The 3-in-1 postpartum belly wrap that is popularly sold on Amazon has over 8,326 ratings and reviews. This particular postpartum support belly wrap by Chong Erfei is an Amazon favorite among moms during postpartum recovery. Learn why.

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If you have been wanting an up close look at one of the most popular postpartum belly wrap products on Amazon, the 3-in-1 postpartum support recovery wrap from Chong Erfei, well then you came to the right place.

I’m a physical therapist and a mom of 4, and I have used this postpartum belly wrap for 2 of my postpartum recoveries. But to be honest, I was initially nervous to buy it when I first found it on Amazon. 

I didn’t know much about the product even after reading the description, and I just wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into with this postpartum belly wrap.


Well, when I got it I found it to be extremely helpful, and I was successful at getting my stomach to shrink back down to my pre-pregnancy size. 

If you are looking to buy this product but are still not sure if this is the right postpartum belly wrap for you, then you may benefit from this article and the video I have made below. I’ll be giving you an up close look at the 3-in-1 postpartum belly wrap by Chong Erfei so you can feel more confident in your decision to purchase a postpartum belly wrap for your postpartum recovery after having a baby.

Postpartum belly wraps act as an assistant to the natural contractions that take place in your uterus. The wrap speeds up the healing process. 

3-in-1 Postpartum Belly Wrap: Layer 1


The first part, which I am calling Layer 1 but others may call it the Stomach Belt, has ribs built into it and has a mesh material that makes it breathable.

The ribs that run vertically help maintain the shape of the wrap and help it not to curl under when wearing it tightly. The ribs allow the shape to hold when you are moving and bending around throughout the day while wearing it. 

The Velcro on one end is attached to the soft fabric on the opposite end. There is plenty of space for attachment which makes this product easy to adjust for changes in size.

If you start off with excess baby weight and you begin to lose the weight as you go through postpartum recovery, you can easily adjust the size by attaching the Velcro further down the wrap in a tighter fashion. 

The wrap, once on, is flexible enough to slide down low on your waist and lower belly once applied. The wrap should never be worn up high under your breast. The back of the brace is higher in length compared to the front of the wrap.

Related: How Long Should You Wear A Postpartum Belly Wrap 

Once the wrap is applied, check the ribs of the wrap to see if it is aligned correctly. The rib in the middle of the back should go along the length of your spine. That’s how you know you are wearing it properly. 


3-in-1 Postpartum Belly Wrap: Layer 2


The second layer, also known as the Waist Belt, has wings on the outside of the wrap. Be sure to know which side of the wrap is the top and which is the bottom. The top of the wrap has a slope to the sides of the wrap while the bottom part of the wrap is straight across. 

Be sure when you put the wrap on that the wings are on the outside so you can adjust them later.

Remember to line the wrap up so the center rib of the wrap is lined up in the middle of your spine.

Wrap the second layer around your body and on top of the first layer. Be sure to drop the wings down for now as you get adjusted with the Velcro of the second layer.  Once the wrap is applied tightly, pull it down a bit lower around your lower belly area. Then grab the wings and pull them out in order to wrap it around you. 

When applying the wings, be sure to pull it across your body and attach it to the other side. I like to attach it in a horizontal fashion, but some people like to criss-cross the two wings.

It’s your preference, but I think it’s more comfortable applying it horizontally, and it still does a great job of adding compression around my pelvis. 

Related: Postpartum Exercise: When To Start And How To Get A Flat Tummy

3-in-1 Postpartum Belly Wrap: Layer 3


The third layer, also known as the Pelvis Wrap, is shaped symmetrically on the top and bottom. It doesn’t matter which side is the top and the bottom since they are designed exactly the same. Be sure to have the wings facing out before putting it on.

Also, be sure to find the center rib of the wrap and line it up to your spine like you did with the other two wraps.

Take the time to put this on in front of your mirror so you can make sure you are lining everything up correctly. 

Related: The Complete 3-in-1 Postpartum Belly Wrap Review

Pull the Velcro strap across your body to attach to the other side in a tight fashion. Then pull the wrap even lower than the other two wraps so it sits low on your hip bones and lower pelvis.

Lastly, pull the wings out and wrap them around to the front where they attach and meet in the middle.

Once you have applied all three wraps you are done. All you have to do is wear it and continue on with your day like you normally do.

There is no reason that the belly wrap should restrict your from doing anything, except I would recommend not exercising in it.

Other than that, you are able to take care of your baby, breastfeed in it, do the dishes, bend over to pick up things off the floor or whatever else your mom life brings you. 

If you want to learn more about postpartum belly wraps and what you should never do with a postpartum belly wrap continue reading my best tips so that you make sure you are using it properly.

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*It is important to always consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program and get medical clearance. Always warm up thoroughly and stretch after all workouts. and Jena Bradley will be not be responsible or liable for any injury sustained while exercising at home, gym or elsewhere. Perform exercises at your own risk.

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