Isn't it true that these body wraps only dehydrate the person and there is absolutely no truth that these wraps can isolate fat in any way? And isn't it true that Body Wrap companies are being sued in many states for making false claims about the product?
Stuart M. asked on Mar 20, 2013
Stuart, you are completely right about the 'body wrap companies' you're referring to. For the most part these do dehydrate you to give short term results. This is for the Formostar body wraps - which are completely different. These use far infrared heat which is great for pain management, relaxation, detoxification, smoothing of skin, and reduction in fat cell size. We make absolutely no claims about instant results; quite the contrary, we encourage clients to use these in a series - as the results are far superior that way. We offer these Groupons as an easy, low risk way to try these. But ultimately, the results come to those who start using these consistently.
Alex R. from Merchant replied on Mar 20, 2013