Some body myths you used to believe as a kid probably seem silly now, like swallowing gum will stick your intestines together or when you turn your eyelid inside out and a fly lands on it, it will remain like that for the rest of your life. Oddly enough, grown women still believe some myths about bras and we are here to let you know that they are false and that you can stop believing them now.
Wearing your bra at night keeps them perky
There’s no scientific evidence that wearing a bra or not wearing a bra will make a difference with what happens to your breasts over time. You’ll just be very uncomfortable.
Women are the same size in every brand.
This is laughable. Even a US size 6 isn’t the same as a UK size 6 sooooo wys? Sizes are not universal so if you change the brand of bra you wear, you need to find out what your new size is.
Wearing a bra will cause your breasts to sag
On the contrary, using a bra to support your boobies does help support the suspensory ligaments in the boobs, and therefore will help prevent them from stretching.
Not wearing a bra is bad for the twins
Sigh… Where do y’all hear these things? Not wearing a bra only brings your breasts to their original shape and does not initiate sagging, although it might seem like that.
A new bra should fit at the last hook
We actually recommend fitting a bra to the middle hook. That way you can move to the outside hook if you’re on your period since women tend to get a little bigger during that time and if it gets a little stretched out, then you move it to the tightest setting.