Moms Are Raving About the Tummy Control ‘Magic Fabric’ in These $20 Leggings on Amazon

by Bethany Braun-Silva

Moms Are Raving About the Tummy Control ‘Magic Fabric’ in These $20 Leggings on Amazon

It’s cliché, yes, but moms live in leggings. Motherhood is an extreme sport and we need to be ready for everything, which includes running after a wild toddler, lugging heavy bags of groceries and/or sprinting to school pick up on time. Leggings are a closet staple and, let’s get real, we couldn’t live without them.


Lately, our favorite stretchy pants have really upped their game as far as what they can do. Not only are they a comfy wardrobe go-to, they also provide us with compression in all the right places. High-waisted leggings are so amazing for moms for all the support (pun intended) they provide. They hold in our midsection while keeping us extra covered while we’re working out or breastfeeding. But let’s face it, leggings can get expensive, especially compression styles.


That’s why we were so thrilled to find these $20 leggings on Amazon by Homma that are compressive, thick, and have an ultra high waist. They’re also seamless and breathable and the fabric is moisture wicking, so they’re perfect pants for sweating in and spilling on! 


The leggings have over 2,700 five-star reviews on Amazon, and moms especially are raving over these “magic” pants. “I love these! I was looking for some comfortable leggings that would fit me postpartum. I started wearing these a couple weeks after having my baby and they really helped with my postpartum belly. I am still wearing them many months later,” one shopper wrote.


The leggings are even approved by veteran moms of several kids. I have had four kids and my body takes longer to get back to pre-pregnancy weight everytime, so these leggings are great. I’m 11 months postpartum and I can see myself wearing these for a long time,” wrote another mom.


The leggings come in 10 different colors, including basic black, charcoal gray, and brighter hues of blue, red, and teal — and at $20 a pair, we will definitely be stocking up.