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|04-06-2013, 03:36 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2012
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Do the "It works" wraps really work??
Hello! I've just been really curious about these wraps and if they really do work. Wanted to hear experiences from women who've tried them. Do you lose inches, lbs, cellulite??? Are the results short term?
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|04-06-2013, 03:58 PM||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Seattle, Washington
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My sister and I bought some after she tried them at a women's convention last year - they don't work, at least they didn't for us. We think they fudged her great results to sell us. I'd lose a half inch or so after sleeping in it all night, but if I measured again mid-day I was back to normal. So disappointing, I really wanted it to work! Save your money, imo.
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|04-06-2013, 04:09 PM||#3|
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They can work, but they way they work is by eliminating water weight. I've used similar products overnight and woke up with great results, but after drinking a normal amount of water throughout the day, I was right back to where I started. I think if you want a quick fix for an event the next day or something it's fine and works great, but long term results, no.
|04-06-2013, 04:18 PM||#4|
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All those wraps do is get rid of water weight and its only temporary.. They make you drink a ton of water before and while your wrapped so u fill up on water and basically just lose the water (plus a little extra) that u drank. It's not a miracle inch reducer.. My opinion is its a scam. A coworker of mine is always promoting these wraps and they don't tell u it's water weight you're losing, they play it off as though you're losing inches from fat...
Like the previous poster said, if you're looking for a a quick temporary way to "thin out" then it'll work...