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  • Amazon Customer - Stay With It

    I have been using this product for roughly two weeks straight. I am a woman starting out at a size 24 and today I pulled on a size 20. When I first bought the system, I tried it on a "hit or miss" basis. That didn't work. I have found that if you are not consistent and religious about its use, it will not work. It does work much better if you add some exercise. I added some walking with light arm weights during the day. The reason I added exercise: Common sense, the fat was simply moving from my stomach to other spots north and south. I quickly realized that I needed to work those areas as well to keep the fat from "settling" back on the belly or ending up on my thighs. The first thing I noticed was a change in my skin and the fat layer directly underneath. We all know how the skin looks when there is a large deposit of fat underneath and my skin began to show a slight smoothing. I then began noticing an overall shrinkage of the belly. The tummy-tuck belt is not the most expensive on the market and might be a good fit or it might not work for you. Bodies are different, but I treated this as though it would work and kept analyzing my usage for ways that would improve. My ultimate goal is to lose the belly without needing a tremendous amount of surgery to "zip up". I was also very honest about my size and purchased the largest belt. You may want to call the company to figure out what size you would need. I have not had the rolling problem others have complained about. The only reason I would not give five stars would be my assertion that the belt requires you to use some exercise or cut calories to see any real progress. I hope this helps.

  • Donna M. Weigel - The key is NOT for fine hair!

    I have fine hair, but a lot of it! And curly. I don't WANT curly. I read ever word of instructions and it still fried the ends of my hair and left it all over dry. I couldn't wait for my hair to grow out so the ends could be cut off (about an inch). Bottom-line.. this is not for fine hair. It can't take the strong chemical no matter how good your hair condition is. I have it TWO stars only because it did relax it some and with coarse hair maybe the product would work better. I won't do this again!!

  • Great Santini - At long last- and better than imagined!

    I consider myself something of a weapons connoisseur. Some would even call me choosey. I was watching Iron Man 2 and was immediately captivated by one of the few weapons I don't have- the reactor-powered electic whip that Ivan Vanko wielded. You remember the scene during the Circuit de Monaco scene, when Vanko attacks Stark out of nowhere. He effortly sliced through cars, barriers, and some innocent bystanders (too graphic for the public release however).

  • Paul Turner - Painful experience

    If you're ready for a nice Sunday morning waffle and relax with the morning newspaper - then don't buy this - you'll spend an hour shaking your fist at it, peeling the waffle in pieces off of it. It worked fine for about 3 months, and then gradually got worse to the point that the waffle would never extract. Yes it looks nicer than the Waring, but the objective is to make good waffles every time - and this thing fails miserably.