Reversible Postpartum Briefs

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Soft, stretchy and supportive, Bare Mum's patented Postpartum Brief is uniquely designed to comfortably hold a hot & cold pack and bring soothing relief where needed. 
Slide the Warm & Cool Insert into the brief's front opening and place it over the site of a c-section, or slide it down the widened gusset, over the perineal area.

Perfect for changing bodies during the pregnancy and postpartum period.

Can be used to assist with pelvic pain, swelling, haemorrhoids, vulvar varicosities, prolapse, and PMS.

Reversible design - wear the pocket inside or outside. With a unique design to hold our Bare Mum's Warm & Cool Insert. Featuring a widened gusset to accommodate Bare Mum Postpartum Pads.

Buttery soft and comfortable seamless design, supportive & stretchy, these briefs move with your body as it changes. While being highly breathable and moisture-wicking to keep you dry.

Microfibre and Elastane (mesh and latex free).

Machine Washable.

OB-GYN & Midwife Approved.

Designed in Australia.

How To Use

Designed to be worn with Bare Mum's Warm & Cool Insert. 

Slide the insert into the brief’s front opening and place it over the site of a c-section or slide it down the widened gusset, over the perineal area.

Size Guide

For Reference:

Tess is 6 months pregnant and wearing Large briefs. She wore Medium Briefs before her pregnancy.

Tamera is 4 weeks postpartum. She wore Medium briefs straight after birth and is now wearing Small briefs for extra support.

Kristen is 16 weeks postpartum and wearing Large briefs.
Angelika is 2 weeks postpartum and wearing X-Large briefs.

Sizing is based on standard Australian maternity sizing. As a general rule, your postpartum measurements will resemble those in the second trimester.

If you wear a Medium in your maternity pants or tops, we recommend you purchase a Medium of our Support Brief or Bra. If you're between sizes, we recommend going with the smaller of the two sizes as these garments are very stretchy.

Still unsure about what size you are?

Simply measure your body with a tape measure to find out. The chest measurement (A) is taken across the fullest part of your bust, preferably while wearing a bra. The hip measurement (B) is taken around the fullest part of your hips.