March 5, 2009

Rodial Tummy Tuck, Does It Work?

Rodial Tummy Tuck is a cream that you apply twice a day, and is supposed to play the role of tummy tuck surgery. There does not seem to be any evidence that it actually works.

Rodial Tummy Tuck, Does It Work?

Rodial Tummy Tuck slimming cream is a skin care cream recently being reviewed. Since the promises that Rodial Tummy Tuck skin cream gives are very surprising, such as stomach flattening formula with stomach flattening micro fibers helping slim and visibly tighten the abdominal area, we looked around for answers on whether the cream or lotion actually works.

First let's look at the description of Rodial Tummy Tuck. Rodial on its product website writes that the Tummy Tuck is "clinically proven to reduce the abdominal area by up to TWO centimetres in 8 weeks." The "fig extract and neuropeptides break down fatty cells and boost cell metabolism. Use daily for two months."

...Perhaps the Rodial Tummy Tuck is fantastic, but I would not say the same about the prices. It is very expensive and sells at £97.87 British pounds (in US I saw it sold for $130 dollars) in the Rodial's website. Indeed, not many people can afford the price tag for Rodial Tummy Tuck.

Rodial Tummy Tuck, Does It Work?

Posted at March 5, 2009 4:15 PM