Abstract: The present invention discloses a strapless, backless adhesive shaping breast lift that is suitable for lifting and holding larger breasts in position. Further, the design of the strapless, backless adhesive shaping breast lift comprises two breast support structures, wherein each of the breast support structures comprises a plurality of tabs at the upper portion and a plurality of scallops at the bottom portion of the brassiere, so as to maintain a round breast shape, even on a larger cup size. The adhesive material allows a user to pull the plurality of the tabs and scallops to adjust the shape of the brassiere while distributing the weight of the breast on the tabs and scallops. Further, circular cuts between the tabs help to maintain a round shape of the breast by minimizing the size and number of creases on the brassiere.
Abstract: A perspiration absorption and capture system includes a fluid permeable adhesive layer, a fluid impermeable layer, and a fluid absorption layer disposed between and coupled to the permeable adhesive layer and the fluid impermeable layer. When the adhesive layer is attached to a user's skin, the absorption layer absorbs perspiration and the impermeable layer locks the perspiration in the absorption layer.
Abstract: A garment protector for protecting an outer garment from perspiration, body oils, and the like includes a chest strap configured to wrap around an upper part of a torso of a wearer adjacent to armpits of the wearer. The garment protector includes first and second absorbers attached to the strap and configured to be held at the armpits of the wearer by the strap. The under garment further includes a first arm strap attached to the first absorber and configured to wrap around a first arm of the wearer, and a second arm strap attached to the second absorber and configured to wrap around a second arm of the wearer.
Abstract: A pair of protectors or shields for protecting an exterior of clothing from deodorant stains or smudges while getting dressed is disclosed. The shield is constructed of a material/materials that, when worn, cover and shield deodorant-covered areas of armpits of the user while the user is getting dressed. A strap is provided on each shield, the strap typically positioned on respective shoulders, and which hold the deodorant shields in place in the armpits. After the user finishes donning clothes and the clothes are in place, the deodorant shields are removed. Disposable and reusable deodorant shields are disclosed.
Abstract: Method of using an adhesive underarm perspiration absorbing pad consisting of a thing, flat, flexible, moisture absorbing pad, worn directly on the skin of the armpit for perspiration absorption. After the protective film (10) is removed from the pad, the adhesive sides (14) is affixed directly to the skin. The perspiration is absorbed through the adhesive surface into the absorbent material of the pad (12). Subsequently, the garment of the wearer is protected from perspiration soiling and staining.
Abstract: A method of shielding the skin, especially the armpits and the midriff, of a person from a brassiere when the person tries on the brassiere. The method includes the step of wearing, by the person, a disposable and sanitary upper garment that is made from a manufactured fiber in which the fiber forming substance is a long-chain synthetic polyamide in which less than 85% of the amide-linkages are attached directly (—CO—NH—) to two aliphatic groups.
Abstract: A foldable one-piece insert worn between the bra and the body having irritation reducing and/or absorbent material portions which line the bra cup and that lie under the supported breast, and portions which extends toward the torso rear under the bra side straps and a portion extending below the bra line along the torso. The invention further includes a material tab disposed between the material portions lining the bra cups, which can optionally be worn up to bridge the area between the bra cups for added protection, comfort and absorption of perspiration, or be folded down and out of sight when worn with lower cut neckline outer garments.
Abstract: An adhesive underarm perspiration absorbing pad consisting of a thin, flat, flexible, moisture absorbing pad, worn directly on the skin of the armpit for perspiration absorption. After the protective film (10) is removed from the pad, the adhesive side (14) is affixed directly to the skin. The perspiration is absorbed through the adhesive surface into the absorbent material of the pad (12). Subsequently, the garment of the wearer is protected from perspiration soiling and staining.
Abstract: An odor absorbing system for use by a person to reduce odor emanation from the person into an environment surrounding the person includes an article of clothing that is configured to be worn by the person and an odor absorbing insert removably attached to the article of clothing. The article of clothing includes a base layer that is adapted to substantially surround a portion of the person wearing the article of clothing. The base layer includes a vent. The odor absorbing insert is configured to cover the vent and includes a layer of breathable material and an odor absorbing agent on the layer of breathable material.
Abstract: Under arm and under arm/breast perspiration shields to absorb perspiration and protect clothing are disclosed. In general, the perspiration shields are adapted to attach to the side strap, cup, or other portion of a bra and extend into the under arm and, in some embodiments, the breast regions to absorb perspiration. The absorbent portion of the perspiration shields may be made of a number of layers of material, including absorbent layers interspersed with substantially impermeable layers. In some embodiments, the perspiration shields may attach to the bra strap using an attachment portion which folds over the strap. The attachment portion, and other portions, may be provided with fabric adhesive to aid in attachment. In other embodiments, fabric adhesive may be provided directly on an absorbent portion of the perspiration shield to effect attachment.
Abstract: A women's sleeved under/outer garment is provided for fitting snuggly over a conventional brassiere (or other undergarment) and for concealing or covering a wearer's arms without adding undue bulkiness about the torso of the wearer. The sleeved under/outer garment may be used to conceal any flabbiness, wrinkles, or age spots that may exist on the arm of the wearer without adding undue bulkiness about the torso of the wearer.
Abstract: A ladies' sleeved undergarment is provided for concealing or covering a wearer's arms without adding undue bulkiness about the torso of the wearer. The garment comprises a conventional brassiere with sleeves attached thereto. A principle object of this invention is to provide a ladies' sleeved undergarment that will conceal any flabbiness, wrinkles, or age spots that may exists on the arm of the wearer without adding undue bulkiness about the torso of the wearer.
Abstract: A device to absorb underarm perspiration is provided. The device includes a central body with an absorbent pad disposed thereon. Extending from the upper portion of the central body is a first pair of arms, which include a right and left terminus. Located atop the right and left terminus of the first pair of arms is a first fastening means designed to hold the absorbent pad directly on the underarm by looping generally about the deltoid muscle of the arm and connecting the right arm to the left arm. Extending from the middle portion of the central body is a second pair of arms, which include a right and a left terminus. Located atop the right and left terminus of the second pair of arms is a second fastening means designed to additionally secure the absorbent pad directly on the underarm by affixing the right and left arms of the second pair of arms to the trunk of the user. Extending from the lower portion of the central body is a third pair of arms, which include a right and a left terminus.
Abstract: An underarm perspiration shield that attaches to the shoulder strap of a wearer's undergarment. The elements of the present invention include an absorption pad suitable for absorbing perspiration from a wearer's armpit and two straps that are connected to opposite ends of the absorption pad. The ends of the two straps loop around the shoulder strap of the wearer's undergarment, and attach to the absorption pad through an attachment means. In a preferred embodiment the absorption pad is laminated with the side closest to the wearer's armpit being cotton and the side closest to the outer garment being PVC. Also, in the preferred embodiment, each of the ends of the two straps are attached to the absorption pad with a Velcro.RTM. hook and loop structure.
Abstract: A dress shield device comprising the combination of a vest type holder and a pair of removable dress shields. The vest holder comprises an over-the-shoulder strap and an adjustable chest strap leading around the torso of the wearer. The shoulder straps are stitched at the lower edge, providing a loop for each armhole of the vest holder. The shoulder straps are secured to the adjustable chest strap. The dress shields are attached by hook and loop strips sometimes known as VELCRO.TM. to the area of the vest holder worn next to the underarm area of the wearer.
Abstract: A dress shield article, comprising the combination of a brassiere and a pair of dress shields connected to the brassiere, the brassiere having at each of its lateral sides an over-the-shoulder strap and a back strap leading around the torso of the user, with a composite band of perspiration-absorbing material formed into a sort of cylindrical shape and affixed to the brassiere's laterally outward sides by stitching to the brassiere's straps and to the laterally outer edge of the brassiere.