A Happy Belly haramaki is a soft-to-the-touch band of fabric that leverages body heat to protect your lower back from the cold, giving you the pleasant feeling of a long hug. It stimulates circulation in the middle area of the body, providing many health benefits and conveying a feeling of safety and trust.
The haramaki is unisex and for all ages. It can be combined with all sorts of clothing and is comfy and easy to wear: with pants, leggings, skirts and dresses, your haramaki will be the ideal accessory under or over your clothes.
There are many times of the day when you can wear your haramaki: while working, doing yoga, riding a bike, sleeping, meditating or enjoy a bit of downtime at home.
Wearing a haramaki is like being given a hug!
SIZE & USE GUIDE
Please see the haramaki Size Guide.Organic cotton tends to sag with use. If you are doubting between two sizes, we recommend choosing the smaller one.
Pull it on over your feet (the narrowest part at the top) and up until it covers the area from belly button to hips. Here we show you how. Remember, it shouldn’t be tight like a girdle but fit snugly to your body, like a sock or a glove.
The extra long haramaki maintains the measurements of each size of the normal model but adds +6cm more height.
COMPOSITION & CARE
At Happy Belly Barcelona we make our haramaki from GOTS certified organic cotton and Oeko-tex® dyes for the smallest possible footprint.
95% Certified organic cotton – 5% Elastane.
We recommend washing your haramaki in cold water or at temperatures no higher than 30ºC, with neutral soap and together with similar colours. Dry outdoors. Do not tumble dry. Medium temperature iron.
RETURNS & REFUNDS
We know buying online isn’t always easy! If you need to change your purchase or simply want a refund you have 7 days to send it back to us.
Important! The return portal is only enabled for shipments to Spain. Contact us if you need to change your product so that we can calculate the return shipping amount.
We want every stage of production and shipping to have a positive impact environmentally and socially. That’s why your haramaki has been sewn at workshops in Barcelona that provide employment for women at risk of social exclusion.
Our suppliers are based locally in order to boost the local economy. We try to minimise waste and use recyclable materials. More information