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Could a special type of tape be used instead of a bra? The Doctors test out a new product, which claims it could be a replacement for a bra.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains the tape, which is similar to kinesiology tape, is applied in strategic areas to support and lift the breast.
We tested it with Crystal and Shelby. Crystal, who says her breasts are heavy, felt the tape was a “valiant effort,” but explains she had to use an excess of tape and that it changed the shape of her breast. She also says it did not successfully support her breasts for very long.
Shelby, who also says her breasts are heavy, says it worked for her but she does not think it could replace her bra. She explains it would depend on what garment she was wearing when deciding on using the tape.
The Doctors urge anyone using tape on their breasts, to only use tape meant for the skin!