Q: What is special with the Original Silicone Bra?
A: This style is made of 100% silicone, so it will give your bust a natural looking volume boost. It is also completely seamless so it doesn’t show through your clothes.
Q: I’m not quite sure what size I should buy. Any advice?
A: If you’re a small C-cup then take a C-cup, otherwise you should have a D-cup. It’s advisable to usually go up one size if you have a larger cup-size.
Q: I don’t get any cleavage when I use it, what am I doing wrong?
A: If you place the cups straight onto your breast, you don’t get much cleavage. Try to attach it at an angle.
Q: How does it stay on when it doesn’t have any straps?
A: All our strapless bras stick directly to your skin thanks to their adhesive silicone material.
Q: How many times can I use my Freebra?
A: If you take care of your bra, washing it gently with dishwashing detergent and water after every use, it can last up to 30 times.
Q: How do I wash my strapless bra Freebra?
A: Just wash it gently with dishwashing detergent and rinse well. Be very gentle with the inside of the cups so you don’t scratch it with your nails. Let the inner cups air-dry naturally before putting on the protective plastic covers. Then leave it for the fabric to dry on a towel.
Q: My protective plastic covers have been damaged – what do I do?
A: You can use a regular freezer bag. As long as the plastic fulfills its main purpose of protecting the adhesive surface, that is fine. We don’t recommend plastic wrap as it breaks easily and can get stuck to the adhesive material.
Q: Will this bra fall off if I’m very active or dance around in it?
A: It depends on how much you sweat. If you sweat a lot, your Freebra might lose its adhesive power, but it should never fall straight off. If it doesn’t stick as well as when you originally put it on, you can try to fit it again by pressing it against your breasts. You can also visit the ladies room and remove your Freebra, pat dry your breasts with a towel and then put your Freebra on again.
Q: Can I use my Push up Pads in my strapless Freebra?
A: No, unfortunately. The Push up Pad covers too much of the adhesive surface of the bra’s cup, so your bra can’t stick properly to your skin.