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Tummy Tuck Belt

… No. Just no.

Most of these claims are suspicious. The Tummy Tuck Belt system appears to have three parts: A spanx-like compressing corset, a “thermal accelerator cream” that “burns” fat, and a “tummy tuck instructional video” that explains the system and some exercises. How well do these work? The commercial notes in the fine print that weight loss claims are based on “the total system.” This “total system” seems to include changes to one’s diet and exercise. So it seems that maybe the Tummy Tuck System works only when you diet and exercise, and thus you’re really paying $39.98 plus shipping and handling for beige spanx.

As for the “thermal accelerator cream,” the FTC notes that such claims about creams rubbed into the skin aiding weight loss should raise a red flag.

Perhaps steer clear of the Tummy Tuck Belt. For more on weight loss, click here.


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