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Millicent Odunze, M.D.

The 10-Minute Tummy Tuck? Buyer Beware!

By November 6, 2011

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Excess, Loose Abdominal Skin
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Here we go again! Yet another late night infomercial trying to scam people out of their hard-earned cash. Last night I saw an infomercial for the Tummy Tuck Miracle Slimming System. For two payments of $19.99 and only 10 minutes a day, you supposedly can get the same results as if you undergo a tummy tuck by a plastic surgeon. Here's how it works. You apply a "fat burning" cream, called "Thermal Accelerator" to your abdomen. You then put on the "Tummy Tuck Belt" and do two minutes of standing abdominal contractions. This activates the "fat burning" effect. Then for the next eight minutes, you can go about doing your normal routine before you remove the belt.

The results can be "instantaneous" by just wearing the belt - basically a glorified girdle. In terms of fat loss, without changing your lifestyle, you can lose half an inch the first week and one inch after 30 days. If you choose to exercise, the makers claim abdominal fat loss is up to four times more than with the same exercise or diet alone. As for before and after pictures, they only show one example of each type - belt only, belt with no lifestyle change, belt with exercise.

In the commercial they claim two universities have performed studies to confirm their claims. What are the names of these two universities? We're never told! What type of studies? We're never told. How long do you have to continue using the product? We're never told. There is a "continuity program" though. They don't mention the studies or universities on the website. The only clear aspect on the website is how to enter your credit card information.

The bottom line is this - if you have excess, loose, hanging skin of your abdomen as a result of pregnancy or weight loss, applying a cream and a stretchy belt is not going to solve the problem. Removal of the excess skin with surgery is the only proven solution thus far. The tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) would be an obsolete operation if the Tummy Tuck Miracle Slimming System were all it claimed to be. So, if you are the type of person who:

  1. Would never have cosmetic plastic surgery under any circumstances,
  2. Has substantial belly fat and loose skin and believes a possible one inch decrease over a 30-day period would make you happy,
  3. Doesn't want to exercise,
  4. Doesn't want to eat a reasonable diet, and
  5. Has money to burn...

... then the Tummy Tuck Miracle Slimming System just may be the way to go.

November 11, 2011 at 9:37 am
(1) dr j dallas plastic surgeon says:


You are right to advise your readers to advise your readers to engage in a little bit of healthy caution. Having said that, the medical industry is often slow to catch up with what’s evolving constantly and I certainly wouldn’t rule out the possibility that it works without some extensive scientific studies. I just hope people don’t get duped for something that is another infomercial waste of mine. I guess time will tell.

November 27, 2011 at 1:18 pm
(2) Tanya says:

I contacted Tummy Tuck Belt and asked them your questions and this is what they said:

Tanya: Hello – what universities did the studies for your product as well what study was completed?
Austin: names of the universities. All I’m able to disclose is that they are prominent medical universities located in Southern California.
Austin: The studies were conducted independently by two medical universities. Because its independent testing, we are not allowed to disclose the names of the universities. All I’m able to disclose is that they are prominent medical universities located in Southern California.
Tanya: can you tell me what study was done
Austin: I apologize but this is all the information I have.
Tanya: ok so how long do you have to continue using the product?
Austin: Results may vary on the user and depends on the user.
Tanya: do you know of any side effects?
Austin: If you have questions about a specific condition, you should always consult your physician before starting this or any exercise program.
Tanya: I have talked with my physician and they asked me to ask you what the side effects may be as they are not familiar with this product
Austin: You may not see any side effect until you use the product. However here’s the list of the ingredients of the cream. You might be allergic in some of the ingredient. That is water,ethoxydiglycol, c12-15, alkyl benzoate, glycerin,caffeine, steary alcohol,, stearic acid, magnesium silicate, dimethicone,glceryl, copolymer,phenoxyethamol,propylene glycol,allatoin,phopolipids,kola nut extract and some other ingredient in the label
Tanya: So there was no testing done prior to the product launch to see if there are any side effects?
Austin: I apologize but this is all the information I have.

That is what they had to say for themselves

November 30, 2011 at 6:04 pm
(3) plasticsurgery says:

Hi Tanya!

Thanks for your detective work on the 10-Minute Tummy Tuck! Usually if a company has something that is truly revolutionary and solidly tested, they won’t hesitate to let you know it. The fact that the company is not being completely forthcoming speaks for itself.


Dr. Odunze

December 2, 2011 at 7:54 pm
(4) Cara says:

I’m sitting here watching (with disbelief) the infomercial for this madness…please people…

December 11, 2011 at 3:26 am
(5) Tony says:

I saw this commercial, and had to Google it. This was the literally the first site that popped up. I had the EXACT same questions you did, Tanya – glad you called and I could read the transcript here!

Dr. Odunze’s posting rang true with every single thought I had as well.

I’m not buying it, and I don’t advise anyone else to buy this product either.

December 11, 2011 at 12:32 pm
(6) anonymous and overweight says:

I am not quite desperate enough to try just anything, but am going to try this. Mostly because I am able to just buy a girdle and do the exercises I plan, but for the same cost am buying ‘hope’. Thank you for all the comments. I agree but also add that customer service reps do not often have more information like the university names or side effects..and understand that may seem they have something to hide. But side effects DO vary, just like results, from person to person so I don’t feel they were overly evasive, but again I am not undertaking something I feel will be harmful to me. And of course I do pray that I don’t get more money taken than I agreed to, which HAS
happened to me on small appliances, medical insurance, AND other weight loss products.

December 11, 2011 at 4:29 pm
(7) Mike says:

You have to wonder about people who put this crap out on TV. I’d hate to break the news to those people wanting to lose weight and look great without doing anything to earn it. Without regular exercise and healthy eating and living habits you’re pretty much going to stay the same. Do yourself a favor…take that $40.00 and put it towards a gym membership, or a weight bench and a pair of dumbbells instead of pissing it down the drain on a “magic” fat burning girdle.

December 15, 2011 at 11:20 am
(8) Lea says:

I just bought this, i do feel like it is working. it is only my 3rd day though. I have a YMCA membership and do 45 mins of cardio a day…i used to wear a waist sweat band…but either way….if it doesnt work the way it should…then ill just continue to use the band during exercise. No big deal. People make a big deal out of nothing sometimes.

December 16, 2011 at 11:05 pm
(9) Jason says:

After reading all of the posted comments, I understand why some would be skeptical… I was also but my thought process was (I have wasted $ on a lot worse) so figured I would give it a try. After the first week of using the product I lost 1 1/2 inch ccombined with my usual workout routine, today completed my second week and I lost an additional 1 inch off my tummy area with my normal workout routine. So with that said, I’m not saying that everyone will receive the same results, however I don’t feel that its fair to say the product does not work without hardcore facts providing that it doesn’t. So to all that are continplating using this product, if $40 will not break

December 17, 2011 at 12:20 am
(10) stephanie says:

I’ve used this product and I’ve lost a wopping 3 inches of my waste in a week in a half so it does work!!

December 17, 2011 at 12:36 pm
(11) Mike says:

It’s funny that the one that’s trying to demote this program is a “Plastic Surgeon” but I guess that’s just me. I say if it gives people a little hope to slim down from the size they are, then let them be, besides 40 bucks is still cheaper than 20,000

December 17, 2011 at 8:42 pm
(12) stephanie s. says:

thank you all for your opinions of this product , i will try out for my self .

December 19, 2011 at 12:37 am
(13) kelly says:

I am glad that people who have actually used this put comments on how it DID work for them. I am 32 and have accelerated, painful arthritis in my hips, knees and back. I had a baby 2 years ago and put on 50 pounds and lost about 30 of it since. I just had major back surgery five days ago. My point is….to Mike and others who feel that same way….many of us, like myself, CANNOT exercise. So, I think that this slimming band is an excellent option to try for people like myself!

December 19, 2011 at 3:22 am
(14) jodi says:

i wonder if the company put “real people results” comments in this thread trying to debunk their product….if i had a company i would, sorta like the commercial….with “real people”, just sayin, dont be so sold just because their are a couple of positive comments in this thread….im interested BUT i have really sensitive skin and i would be pist if i spent money only to start getting all rashy and not get my money back.

December 19, 2011 at 3:43 am
(15) Brian says:

RE Mike,

The whole point of these late-night paid advertisements is that research shows a certain demographic is watching who is usually less educated and more susceptible to carefully constructed not-quite-medical claims.

I am a Medical Technologist (an unemployed one btw, so no conflict of interest here!) and I listen for the science. 1. The fact that they wont name the universities IS a problem. If a university conducted the proper study, they would publish it and take credit for it. The fact that a researcher will not go on record validating their claims is as though it never happened. 2. It isn’t only a matter of “it’s only 40 bucks,” it is also a topical skin cream that has not been properly evaluated by the FDA. Note they are very carefully dancing around the issue of making a medical claim. If they do, they are subject to FDA regulation. The problem is that all these over-the counter drugs and creams can be harmful and in my opinion, they should be regulated both for evaluating their claimed benefits as well as consumer safety!

In the mean time, $40 bucks is $40 bucks. It is clearly enough for them if enough of you fall for the sales pitch! I’ll keep my money, until I get another job, I definitely need it more than I need a flat stomach!

December 22, 2011 at 11:45 pm
(16) Ashley says:

I have baby fat and have looked for ways to lose the extra and I wish I had read this website before I purchased the product. I wish I had put the money towards a gym membership. Is there a way of returning it and getting the money back??

December 23, 2011 at 1:17 pm
(17) John says:

I did purchase and am now using this product. It has an effect on me of getting me to do more excercise and in a short time i am beginning to notice a positive effect.
A side benefit LOL is that it works your hands and wrists forcing the damn creme up and out of the tube each time.

December 23, 2011 at 3:25 pm
(18) jessica says:

for everyone who has used the product….could u do a tutorial on youtube? for the people who may want to purchase the product can see real results! thats how most people go about buying infomercial products….. i kno i wud buy it based on what people who arent being paid, have to say

December 26, 2011 at 12:06 pm
(19) Sandra says:

Sounds like the Prep H and sarah wrap method. I want to hear from people who stopped using it.

December 27, 2011 at 11:42 am
(20) justconcerned says:

First off Brian the medical tech. if you trust the FDA then you are dumber than those so called uneducated late night infomercial watchers. Secondly this artical was written by a plastic surgeon, I am sure she is non bias, get real. New weight loss products are being invinted everyday, one of them will eventually work.

December 28, 2011 at 6:16 pm
(21) kc says:

I spoke to Austin as well…..most useless customer service person I think I have every spoken to……I simply asked what was in the accelerator….have many allergies and many of these products has almond oil in them and this is one of my allergies….he could not answer this and wanted my full name, address and zip…..I promptly told him that this very suddenly became suspicious to me and would not be purchasing the product…!!!!!

December 29, 2011 at 1:18 am
(22) Melina says:

For those who used this product can you repost I am thinking about buying but would like to know if it’s working

December 29, 2011 at 7:57 am
(23) kam says:

I wouldn’t trust this product.. a cream that Burns away fat that quick?? Even if this were true how could something like this be safe? Its bad enough we consume things on a daily basis that could contain carcinogens as well as other harmful chemicals. Nobody knows what’s really in that cream. Just do it the old fashioned way like Im doing – watch what you eat and exercise. And for the woman that’s unable to exercise due to surgery, buy some spanks and keep it moving…

December 29, 2011 at 11:27 am
(24) eml says:

For the educated technician, I wonder if you know what percent of filth and junk the FDA allow in food and drugs? I purchased the product, but before I purchased it I called and spoked with the customer service person. I did not get the answers I was looking for so I asked them to send me a list of the ingredients and I researched every ingredient and then took it to my physicians for approval. I do not use it as they suggested 2 times a day and sometimes I miss days using it, but it is because my time is not always convenient. However I have been able to see results and I am sure if I used it as often as recommended I would see more results. I have not experienced any side effects not even a rash and I have very sensative skin and allergies. I would say to all follow your own mind, but guard your health I also workout. The plastic surgeon probably care about consumers being exploited, but I am sure she is more concerned about her business.

December 30, 2011 at 11:43 am
(25) Nancy says:

Seems to me the only way to actually LOSE weight is to eat less and exercise. However, people used to believe the world was flat. Whatever a person can do to improve their looks and their self esteem is worth whatever someone is willing to pay. That said, an.exercise DVD and a healthy dose of commitment might work better.

December 30, 2011 at 11:56 am
(26) Kay says:

I just purchased the Tummy Tuck Belt about ten minutes ago, and although I have no clue how to post videos on youtube, I will keep everyone updated! :)

December 31, 2011 at 5:15 pm
(27) Nancy H says:

I was just thinking about buying it! lol.
I wasn’t trying to be lazy and sit around wishing away my belly fat but I did want to use it along with exercise etc.
After reading all the comments I am still unsure on what to do. I agree that it sounds like a scam but then again a store bought girdle can run for about the same price…so it wouldn’t be that much of a loss.
*sigh…I’ll sleep on it and see what happens. Thanks!

December 31, 2011 at 8:34 pm
(28) Michele says:

I am thinking about purchasing this item. I read all of the comments and what some people fail to realize is that fat burning creams already exist. This is certainly not the first. These types of topical creams have been being used in Europe for some time. So this is nothing new. It’s just a matter of whether they have the right ingredients in them. I think I will try it with some exercise. I think that works best because with the cream, it assists your body in burning the fat quicker. Here is a link regarding other topical fat burning creams and their ingredients. http://www.consumerhealthanswers.com/fat-loss Thanks for all of the comments!

December 31, 2011 at 8:50 pm
(29) Wendy says:

Brian. I think your initial comment about the late night informercials being for the uneducated etc may have unfortunately true years ago but not necessarily in todays time.
I happend to be a fraud investigator at a major phone company and don’t consider myself an uneducated person. Today so many people work around the clock hours that anybody could be watching in the wee morning hours. Personally I don’t get home till midnight everynight so I catch quite a few of them. One last thing. You should check out the movie “Food Inc” then see if you really think the things the FDA approve are really done in your best interest.

Yes, many infomercials are a bunk of junk products. WHO DOESN”T KNOW THIS??? There are however some very good products I have found from the infomercials as well. Some things will work for one person and not another, thats just how it is. I find it funny that people like to bash things they have never tried.

I have already ordered the product. I don’t expect miracles or anything (let’s keep it realistic) but if it can help any on my journey to look slim immediately (wearing it) or long term (by way of helping in the loss-then my diet/exercise keeping it off) I will be happy. To me it’s just $40 so who cares. I have spent well over that in my lifetime trying a million other things.
Thanks for the heads up and all the information from those that called and such but I ordered anyway.

January 1, 2012 at 12:07 pm
(30) m&m says:

Ok whats this about late night commercial I saw this info early in the morning after the morning news? I just bought this product, I will test it out whats so bad about trying something? At least you know if it didn’t work you tried it? Thanks for all the post and reviews.

January 1, 2012 at 8:14 pm
(31) Bob from Ohio says:

I have done a little research on this product and it seems that the only ones who are saying that it doesn’t work, are people who have never tried it.

Also, I have had a WHOLE LOT of bad advice from doctors, so I certainly don’t believe everything I hear from them.

I would say if you can spare $40 and think you want to try it, give it a shot. I’ll bet you come away glad that you did.

January 2, 2012 at 5:45 am
(32) Jessy says:

I will try this product and update the post after I use it.
I have a similar belt I purchased from Bliss a few yrs ago called Lytess Slimming Corrective Belt. It didn’t come with any cream but it contains a caffeine product which is supposed to aide in fat burning. I lost about half an inch after using it for 20 minutes every other day (on average) for about 20 days. I didn’t exercise during this time. I think that was $45.
I’m looking to lose 15 lbs -most of which is concentrated in my torso! Ugh! I exercise now so hopefully I’ll see results while using the tummytuck belt.
I’ll take before pics (yikes!) And then after pics. I’m looking forward to it. (Btw I have an engineering degree and I’m an attorney. I do watch infomercials from time to time and have purchased products in the past-some were good some were not. As far as the $40 bucks -I’ll pack lunch from home for a week and it will save me probably more $$. Lunch in NYC is no joke: $10-$15 per day!)

January 2, 2012 at 1:53 pm
(33) alphamel says:

I’m an infomercial junkie. Have tried and returned several products – still waiting for promised refunds on most! Have a pronounced pot belly and too lazy to exercise – so this appeals to me. Aware of the following:
- If returned – lose the S & H – unknown amount as yet – and the REAL source of profit for ordering online or by phone.
- Concerned about negative option re: monthly accelerator cream. Usual ploy is the automatically send a new supply and charge your original credit card UNLESS you cancel – then subjected to THAT process.
- suspect lose mostly water – from sweat – not fat. Think only metabolism burns fat from inside – nothing from outside.
But desperate so ordering as a contribution to helping the US economy and more money than common sense. Risk is my wife divorces me – she NEVER shops on TV! Thinks I’m an idiot. Even though I married her!

January 3, 2012 at 11:52 am
(34) livestrong3c says:

Well, I am going to give it a try. I am not uneducated and not stupid either. I do not think for a moment that this will give me the same results as a surgical tummy tuck. No fat burning product or belt is going to give you the same results as cutting away a giant section of skin and fat, repositioning everything and sewing you back together. Anyone who thinks they are going to get THOSE kind of results is delusional. However, I think if you have some extra padding around the middle and want a fat burner combined with a decent fat burning belt, this is a good and reasonably priced option. I do not have any excess skin, just some extra padding from having three children and probably a little too much ice cream every now and then…:) I don’t expect to be able to lounge around and have my fat melt away, but with some exercise, maybe it will help it along. We shall see. Oh, and in case it wasn’t noticed in one of the posts above, there is caffeine in the cream…that’s a proven fat burner, skin tightener and cellulite reducer (the appearance of it anyway)…I figure if I’ve rubbed coffee grounds on my thighs, I can give this a try. I have not ordered it yet, but when I do, I will keep track of my progress and post my actual and true results here after one month of use.

January 4, 2012 at 9:30 am
(35) Stacy says:

I’ve lost 50 lbs and have gone from a size 16/14 to a size 4, my tummy still has a little fat and I am actually thinking of trying this product to help with it. Am I lazy to exercise? No. Too lazy to eat right? No. Uneducated and watch too many infomercials? No. Just want to see if something might help get a couple of more inches off from where I have had 3 kids and the fat doesn’t come off my mid-section as easy as it does the rest of me and I don’t want to pay a plastic surgeon thousands of dollars to remove a couple of inches off my stomach. To me that would be the wasteful, uneducated thing to do.

January 5, 2012 at 6:08 am
(36) Tammy says:

After reading all the comments on here, and the article I purchased it! 1. If you haven’t purchased an item and had a bad experience from it, then you have NO business putting people down who are interested in it, and asking them to show their bodies to you on youtube to prove it… Seriously.. And yes I exercise, as much as I can, I am also in Remission from Cancer and asked my doctor about it and she explained the ingredients to me, and told me it promotes sweat in a direct area (your stomach) which is gonna help to burn fat.. I honestly probably dont even need this, but after being so small from bein sick for so long and I am now puttin some weight back on and cannot fit into the jeans I wore when I was still on chemo, and before I got sick I had just had 2 in 2 years babies and went from a size 4 to a size 18 and gained a total of 122 lbs… I almost didnt try a product after reading someones reviews, but I did and in 9 months with diet and excerise plus the product, I lost 124 lbs… It just doesnt make any sense to me why someone is reviewing a product, THAT THEY HAVENT USED, and then make the person looking at the product feel like they are a lazy slob who just wont get off their butt to exercise, Is just wrong and absolutely RIDICULOUS! Sayin throwing $40 away, yet justifying a Surgical Procedure…. my advice to people is read this whole post, I have NOT read even 1 bad review on the product anywhere on the web, from someone who has bought the product! If the product is crap, send it back, get your money back… THEN.. write a review about it, and how stupid people are for believing it… Do your research on a product before you buy, I do! But I just ignore anyone thats reviewed a product, following that sentence with, I aint wasting my money on that I have more sense, so I aint tryed it, but I know it dont work….. then sayin well yall that say it works put it on youtube then Ill believe it… SMH!! Seriously???/

January 5, 2012 at 1:01 pm
(37) Amanda says:

Just as with most of these fly by night infomercial products, they recommend diet and exercise in conjunction with use of the
Product for better results. Duh! Don’t get me wrong, if you follow those guidelines you will probably see great results. But you would see the same great results with diet and exercise alone. It may be more of a placebo effect going on here. Which is fine, some people don’t believe in themselves enough and Ned some extra motivation. So in that sense this isnt a terrible product. It’s not for me, but if you understand the limitations than buy it. Who cares what anybody has to say about it just don’t expectmiacles without putting in hard work. But your better off with Zumba or the firm. All that said, NOTHING is going to get rid of loose saggy skin besides surgery. Not debatable.

January 6, 2012 at 4:47 am
(38) Kitt says:

Haha I find this amusing!!!! I’m up late at night researching real estate with the tv going and this is on.. So I stopped and started researching this tummy crap…all I can say is. wHY can’t I ever think of money making ideas like this.. Whoever invented this thing is getting rich and will be set for life with just one infomercial if they play their cards right.. Haha
I’ll admit. It caught my interest because I’m lazy! And I got a gut. But after reading all this.. I’ll save. Y money and instead buy more junk food until the winter is over and bust my butt like everyone else come spring time. Anyone want a piece of chocolate cake???????

January 6, 2012 at 8:59 pm
(39) Family Doctor says:

I am a Family doctor and I will try it, in a month I will let you know if that fat burner works, medically those burners really work but minimally so needs persistence .

January 6, 2012 at 11:15 pm
(40) Jim Jones says:

I’ve read all the comments, good and bad. My conclusion is that people who are desperate to find a solution to their weight problem, will find a way to justify almost any product. Some of these justifications are; well it’s only $40.00, what have I got to loose, it just may work for me. The list goes one and most of these people have tried every product known to man. If people would just stop and up all the money they have spent on different weight loss system, maybe they would sing another tune. If loosing stomach fat was as simple as rubbing a cream on your stomach, we would all have six pack abs.

January 7, 2012 at 3:59 am
(41) PassingBy says:

Usually if something is sold on TV, it is overpriced…..
Just google ‘buy “something”‘ and… vuala:
Twice chipper at walmart….

January 7, 2012 at 8:25 pm
(42) BellaRayne61 says:

This is an obvious scam. No miracle cream or stretchy belt will fix your fat. The caffeine is a diuretic. It smooths cellulite because it forces water out of the cells and it makes them less plump. But, notice it doesn’t burn them off? Seriously. No one researched this, if they did it would be published. Don’t waste your money on this scam.

January 8, 2012 at 5:42 am
(43) Frank says:

I am an MD. Not a plastic surgeon. I tried this product everyday for a month. Sorry to say but the quick fat loss miracle we have all been waiting for still eludes us.The product did not provide any substantial weight loss or loss of inches to the abdomen. Regardless of ability to exercise, your size or your weight. Please be as healthy as you can. Even if this product was a miracle, it can’t un-block the clogging of your arteries supplying your heart.

January 8, 2012 at 6:41 am
(44) deehicks2000 says:

its good before taking interest in a product is to read other reveiws from others who tried the product(s) at hand. I never order from infomercials cause customer servies gives customers hard times when trying to get their money back when product doesnt meet standards anymore i buy seen on tv products from other sources where im sure to get my money back. advertising companies that put products out on the market especially the infomercials that come on TV

January 8, 2012 at 11:37 am
(45) shelia says:

Wow people—-you should try using coffee grounds and rub it on your abs then wrap plastic wrap aroud. Leave on 1/2 hour. This does help with tighting. But you still need to eat right and work out. Get off the couch!!! duh

January 8, 2012 at 6:03 pm
(46) John says:

Austin: You may not see any side effect until you use the product. However here’s the list of the ingredients of the cream. You might be allergic in some of the ingredient. That is water,ethoxydiglycol, c12-15, alkyl benzoate, glycerin,caffeine, steary alcohol,, stearic acid, magnesium silicate, dimethicone,glceryl, copolymer,phenoxyethamol,propylene glycol,allatoin,phopolipids,kola nut extract and some other ingredient in the label

It’s called Snake Oil

January 8, 2012 at 9:05 pm
(47) Katie says:

If you only have ten pounds to lose and its mostly in your stomach from being older and having babies, isn’t an inch off your waist or it being smoother still worth it?

January 9, 2012 at 1:45 pm
(48) Jessica says:

The 3 people who said that they were going to try it and keep us updated….why haven’t you updated??

January 9, 2012 at 3:26 pm
(49) Carrie says:

I confess, I too was almost convinced this glorified girdle along with miracle creme was the answer to my prayers! But, being an intelligent woman, I knew after careful thought snd a little research, my bubble was burst :( . You see, I have been over weight my entire life starting at age 10. Now 50, I long so very much to have this “panus” removed from my body. Once tipping the scale st 300 lbs, on my own, with diet and exercise, I was able to lose 100 lbs. That was 8 yrs ago. Since then, at age 46, I had bilateral hip replacements. Long story short, I have gained just under 50lbs back. Slow but sure, I’m losing weight. So, because of cost, if there are any seriously, talented plastic surgeons that may read my story, live maybe in the Chicago area or surrounding states, who would do the surgery, allow me to set up a payment plan, there would be my miracle !!! I will leave my email address. Thank you in advance for reading and considering my request of nothing short of a miracle. God Bless. Sincerely, Carrie.

January 10, 2012 at 1:19 am
(50) Megan says:

I was intrigued by the commercial, however I don’t believe I will purchase this product, if not just for the price alone plus it sounds too good to be true, which is a red flag. If those are the real before and after pictures of the participants, you can see on some they’ve lost weight in other areas besides the tummy when the belt only covers the stomach, and they claim they haven’t changed anything about their lifestyle. Makes you wonder what they really had to do for the commercial. I hope buyers are smart and Google this product before purchasing, and see this article & it’s comments

January 11, 2012 at 10:31 am
(51) marrymary says:

Will be getting this item in a few day. I will let you guys know one way or the other.. stay tune!!

January 11, 2012 at 9:04 pm
(52) jeremy says:

i am curious if this product does what it says. The $40 spent on it is less than a months membership at the local gym, so whats the harm in trying it even if only for one month?

January 12, 2012 at 7:34 am
(53) Jackie says:

Ok so you lay (not me) out the $40.00 for the belt system….Well….you might think that it works but then they get you by the cream! Come on….the belt probably costs very little and then you have to keep ordering cream…but then again, it might even keep coming to you and you get charged….like so many other internet and TV products. A ripoff…be careful and for sure, buyer beware….if you don’t like it, remember to cancel before the 30 days are up!

January 12, 2012 at 1:54 pm
(54) Metz says:

How much does a reorder of the cream actually cost? Not one of the comments spoke of that. Would surely like to know that ahead of time!

January 12, 2012 at 4:41 pm
(55) Judy says:

I am going to try this product too. I must repeat what Metz said/asked. How much is it to reorder more cream? I will ask the rep before I order tho. I need to know. If I do get it, I will post on U-tube before, during and after so that even I can see where I was and is. Very excited. Thanks to everyone for typing their opinion.

January 13, 2012 at 12:01 am
(56) stopping by says:

Well i think im tryin this melt way 40 dollar ain’t gone break me or make me but i will keep u posted but don’t knock it to u try it.

January 14, 2012 at 2:53 pm
(57) Carol says:

I am awaiting my tummy tuck belt.I ordered a week ago after debating for months.I ordered around 2 am.I didnt speak with anyone,It was automated.I listened carefully to the automated lady,so when she mentioned something about total of $67 i tried to choose an option to cancel or speak to a rep to no avail.So i hung before order was complete or so i thought.So far my acct has been debited $ 47 with one more pyment of 19.99 due in 30 days.Thats a rip off already.I guess i’ll c if it works.Easier to try and do that right now.I am going to speak with live agent for explanation on $67 v/s 2 pymts 19.99.

January 15, 2012 at 6:32 am
(58) Just Wondering says:

I was just wondering why is it only the older folks are confessing to this product? I’m 20 and I’m wondering if all that increased heat is good for my ovaries…

January 15, 2012 at 10:56 am
(59) Tago says:

If in sounds too good to be true…..chances are that it is too good to be true. I had taken my credit card out to purchase and decided to check out the reviews. After reading many of the reviews I decided to listen to my own thoughts and the thought that came in my head was “If it sounds too good to be true……….”

January 15, 2012 at 12:14 pm
(60) Karen says:

Yeah… I just called the customer service line. What a gigantic waste of time. After asking four times what was in the “thermal accelerator” to make it work (a question this person did not seem to understand), she explained to me that “the thermal accelerator will cause a comfortable increase in temperature, and most people do not notice it.” And after I pressed her for the information, she told me to go to their website. I informed her that the website had no other information. “I am sorry but that is all the information I have.”

Same answer regarding the “universities” in California. I suppose it isn’t her fault she’s working for a scam. I definitely will not be trying this.

January 15, 2012 at 3:27 pm
(61) Wendi says:

There are two things that intrigue me about the belt. The belt itself is a “glorified girdle”, however, the purpose is to give your abdomen some support and help it build muscle memory. BUT – The real reason you see REAL results are the 2 minutes of “tummy tightners”. Just from watching the infomercial, they are guiding you through isometric muscle contractions. Those combined with the support of the belt worn for ten minutes allow for your body to build muscle memory. You then subconsciusly will continue to contract your abdominal muscles which will tone the abdominal muscles that give you a much firmer look. I don’t doubt the results but I do question the “thermal accelerating cream “

January 15, 2012 at 10:52 pm
(62) Mom says:

I searched the internet for this product and found the Walmart sells it for much less. I think I’ll check it out there first. At least I won’t have to give out my credit card information out over the phone and then have it automatically debited every other month for the cream. By the way…someone asked about the price of the cream for the online product. According to their website it’s $19.99 and they automatically charge your card every other month to keep the cream coming to you.

January 16, 2012 at 2:19 pm
(63) Margaret says:

I saw this post and after reading it I found that very few people who commented had actually tried it. So I thought I would make my own decision. I sent TummyTuck Customer service an email asking for the ingredients in the cream. I received an email of the ingredients. The active ingredient I guess is caffeine, which if I read correctly helps extract water from the cells and shrink them. So I decided to take my chances and order it. I ordered on Sunday Jan. 8, I did not get any option to split the order into two payments of 19.99, not sure if that is automatically done or not. I received no order confirmation email so on Tuesday january 10 I checked their website order tracking page and just got a general statement that the order was preparing to be shipped. I paid extra for expedited shipping so on Wednesday I called customer service. They told me that my order would ship “expedited” as soon as it was ready to ship. When I asked when that was she could not tell me. Needless to say I was perturbed and told her that she could just cancel the order. She said oh no it is at the top of the list to be shipped. I told her okay then if it was not shipped by Friday jan 13 then I was calling back to cancel. I received a call on Friday that the order had shipped and then they tried to sell me some coupon plan. I said no thank you. I received my order on Saturday the 14th and started using it that day. The cream does not feel as if it is warming to me, but that could just be my reaction to it. I ordered the belt in the smaller size because I can wear both size 10 and 12 pants so I figured I am hoping to lose more weight so I would go with the one that fits up to a size 10. It is a snug fit but not uncomfortable, so I would say it fits true to size. So, all I can say so far is the belt is a good girdle and the cream makes your skin soft and smooth and their customer service is awful. I will post again after using it for a longer period of time.

January 17, 2012 at 9:00 am
(64) Lori says:

FYI everyone out there, there is a 30 day, 100% money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied. So really what do you have to lose if you try it? Just thought I’d ask.

January 19, 2012 at 7:25 am
(65) mimi56 says:

I am a 55-year-old female and I have been 20+ lbs. overweight for many years. I tried exercise, walking, eating less, etc., but just couldn’t shed those extra lbs. I finally realized that it is all about metabolism (plus moderate exercise). I have totally changed my eating habits, have lost 22 lbs. and know that this is something that I can do for the rest of my life. Our society is all about vanity, what we really need to think about is health. Watch your fat and sugar intake, eat lots of protein! Stay away from fast foods! Just be smart! Get up off the couch and move – you won’t be watching the late-night infomercials! I have bought into more gimmicks that I care to admit, it’s all about realizing that it starts with you and your choices.

January 19, 2012 at 11:55 pm
(66) Giggles says:

I’ve been thinking about this for a while now & came to the conclusion I could have tried it by now. So I’m going to try it, I’ve wasted a lot more on gym memberships. I’ll try to remember to let you guys no what happens. Wish me luck :)

January 20, 2012 at 8:01 am
(67) Lisa says:

Ok I’m definitely not buying this as i never buy anything from tv even though it looks like a good idea I’m doing weight watchers and have lost 80 pounds i only wish to remove the excess skin it wasn’t so costly
with plastic surgery!!!!!

January 21, 2012 at 9:40 pm
(68) JYC says:

I started back on Weight Watchers for about 2 weeks now and i have been using the Tummy Tuck belt for a week now. Already lost 2 inch. in my stomach area already. So with that said i’m happy with the results so far. To each it’s own…..

January 22, 2012 at 4:37 am
(69) Jubilee says:

If the plastic surgeons so sure it doesn’t work then why are they seemingly want to rule it out without trying

January 22, 2012 at 4:02 pm
(70) Dianne Morrison says:

I would pay $40 for a body product that held my tummy in….without the cream. So, whether it works to “melt” fat away or not, you still get a girdle.

There are good and bad items on TV AND items I buy at the Store. It’s all about taking a chance no matter where you buy it. Food is recalled along with childrens “trusted” toys,ect….

I use to be super skinny until about 43. My body has changed a lot. I could use a girdle now….and, it looks like I’ve found one. Men need them too! Soooooo, why not get it……

Will be ordering….

January 22, 2012 at 8:12 pm
(71) Jen says:

Well I think plastic surgeons will say anything. They don’t want to lose money from having people try other stuff and it working. I fractured my l5 s1 and had back surgery. I had to wear a back brace for 2months. Just from wearing that and doing stuff around the house I felt my waist slimming down. So I do believe if you wear something like the slimming belt and wear it when working out it will help burn fat in your belly area. As for the commercial I saw it during the day not late at night.

January 23, 2012 at 2:08 am
(72) lama says:

i have been looking for this product in places other than original website. i don’t feel safe to give credit card. haven’t bought anything in tv commercial ad before.
does anyone know where else can we get it? i tried amazon and they have size 3 only. i want size 2. i want to try it. been searching in ebay but never found it. thanks!

January 23, 2012 at 9:24 am
(73) Margaret says:

I posted earlier about purchasing the Tummy Tuck Belt. I have been using it now for a week. I don’t see any reduction in my waist size but I can feel my abdominals are sore from the exercise. I still don’t think the cream has done anything, so I called and canceled the auto delivery. Surprisingly they did not hassle about it just told me it would be removed. I will contunue to use it to see what effect it has long term. I see several posts here from people who assume because you are interested in this product you don’t do anything besides sit on a couch and watch tv. I am dairy , gluten and sugar free. My diet consists of fresh fruits and vegetables and lean proteins. I have lost 75 lbs in the last 12 months and I get plenty of exercise. I, like so many others would just like to lose the sagging belly. I find it offensive that people automatically assme you are stupid if you try something advertised on TV, granted there are duds, but there are also good products. It is up to the individual to make their own decisions.

January 23, 2012 at 1:24 pm
(74) me myself & i says:

im a very healthy person..eat right and go to the gym 4dys a week plus work out at home…i use sweat belts at the gym and it helps alot…i say dont knock it till u try it…its true it may not work for everyone or not at all…but ppl waste more money daily on stuff that is alot worse than this..

January 23, 2012 at 5:02 pm
(75) lama says:

margaret, is it safe to buy in their website. i hear so many people saying they keep charging credit cards, i want to try this. I am walking one hour a day /5 days a week. I hate trademill and gym. but i am feeling adding this belt will be good to me.

January 23, 2012 at 7:41 pm
(76) Stefanie says:

As a personal trainer, I can tell you this stupid tummy tuck belt does not work. Heres why. Theres a term called ‘spot reducing’ which means doing a particular exercise or applying a cream to one specific body part in hopes to lose fat in just that area. Our bodies simply dont work this way. Fat loss only works by creating a calorie deficit and doing full body workouts that incorporate major muscle groups to burn fat! Period. Those of you having trouble losing weight by exercising, check your intensity. Is it hard enough? If youve been walking a mile for a year, your body has adapted and u wont see further results until you make it harder! Start running, or walking hills, walk farther, use weights, etc. You MUST constantly challenge your body or you will stay the same! Also check your diet. You cant exercise and eat crap and expect to lose weight. Go online and search calorie calculator. It takes 5 sec. & gives you an idea of how many calories you should be eating in order to lose weight. Start here. Please dont give up on exercise and proper eating. It really does work, just stay motivated and disciplined. Get educated and certainly dont waste your money on this garbage! God Bless you all!

January 23, 2012 at 8:42 pm
(77) Norberto Martinez says:


January 24, 2012 at 11:06 am
(78) daddy2sweet says:

​I can’t believe I read every post you people left. And after all that I felt like rainman, I started to see an underlying pattern of thoughts and truths and just plain old ignorance from people who should just keep watching T.V. until they find something that moves them. Me too. But anyway I’d will admit this approach works, because in the army we have a lot of overweight lovers, myself included. We have a number of tactics we use to make weight standards, and applying Preparation-H to our Abs and love handles, and rapping our mid-sections is a popular method to lose weight and inches within a matter of 2 to 3 weeks. Me personally– wasn’t comfortable with technique after the first two successful weigh-ins but I lost on average 30 to 40 lbs, I had injured my back so I was looking for something else, that not only helped me cut fat and lose water weight, but something which would strengthen my core section without doing sit-ups or crunches because of the back injury. I had heard of a device that would electrically stimulate the mid-section and even other parts of the body when I was a kid while watching, don’t laugh–but a Bruce lee documentary, it turns out that Bruce lee had a major back injury from working-out with heavy weights too much, which hospitalized him for several months that took him out of show biz after the green hornet. He used these electrical stimulation devices to get his monster physique that made him so famous in his movies to come shortly after. So I asked some of my physical therapists if they knew of such a device in use in their treatments of Soldiers, I was told no, but she had seen an informercial sell a system called the slendertone belt.

January 24, 2012 at 11:09 am
(79) daddy2sweet says:

I was really interested in it, being a Bruce lee fan and all–so I caught the informercial and ordered it UPS, next-day shipment option–for a $180 bucks well spent I must say. The belt was awesome, easy to use and could pretty much wear it under my Army uniform. Now here’s where it get better, I was 37 yrs old, and had that extra skin and love handles that I could not get rid of unless I ran at least 20 or 30 miles a week. But with my work related back injuries I wasn’t able to do such things, and the slendertone belt melted that skin and love handles off in a month–one hour a day which was too easy, being that I could wear it almost anywhere. So my advice go buy the tummy-tuck belt for the $19.99 @ Wal-Mart if your pretty big use it Diligently until your around 230/240 lbs. By around this weight the slendertone belt will be able to send the electoral pulses to your ab’s muscles with full effects. I can only imagine how much more effective this will be if you used both the tummy-tuck cream and the Slender tone simultaneously once you hit the 240.lbs mark. Please, if your an overweight lover-don’t get discouraged, because you can use the slender-tone belt while your lying down. Also remember that I purchased my belt four years ago, its more cheaper now and there’s newer productions now for the buttocks, arms and legs, etc.. if you have read this for–I want to give credit to a legend, who was more than a movie star of martial arts, but was also an unsung hero of the world of Physical-Therapy and weight control. What’s better, is that you can find all of Bruce Lee’s history on all of these facts on the internet with ease–leaving no doubts in your mind that his techniques work til this very day, I really hope I was helpful, and not to Boring. {Peace’in the Middle-East} let’s keep hope alive.

January 24, 2012 at 9:10 pm
(80) jenne says:

I love you daddy2sweet. I just got the tummytuck belt, and only need to lose about 20lbs, and if anything it motivates me in the morning which I think is worth the cost. I think people just need to be a bit more postive.

January 25, 2012 at 1:47 am
(81) CollegeStudent says:

Thanks so much daddy2sweet! I don’t really have too much weight to lose, well maybe 3 lbs, that would be awesome. I just wanna tone up my stomach for my wedding; that’s on the beach! So def thinking about this tummy tuck belt giving me a flatter, toner stomach and waist. I am however looking into this belt now; is it like the ab flex belt??

January 25, 2012 at 7:16 am
(82) jk says:

I have two kids and am still in pretty good shape. I am 5′, 1″ tall and weigh approximately 110 lbs. My problem area is my stomach. I have a loose, flabby, wrinkly looking stomach right now and wish I could have the trim toned stomach I once had. I have tried the slendertone and did not see any results. I have also tried diet and excercise with no results. I would like to find something that would work – as I only have but an inch or so to lose in my stomach area. Not sure the Miracle cream would work if it is just loose skin that I need to lose. I have read all the comments here, and have not seen many who have actually used the miracle cream. Many have responded saying they are going to try it; but have then not responded back. :(

January 25, 2012 at 12:13 pm
(83) guru says:

Everyone who says they saw results also say they EXERCISE at the same time as they’re wearing the belt. Well, duh. If you exercise regularly, and eat a healthy diet, 3 inches is simple to lose.

The ONLY healthy way to lose weight is to *burn more calories than you ingest.* That’s it, people. Wake up.

January 25, 2012 at 3:02 pm
(84) TOO REAL says:

exercise and diet is all you need , why do people even look into stupid things like this, wake up and fix your diet and exercise then you will lose the belly fat stop complaining it wont happen over night but will happen if your mind is right

January 27, 2012 at 2:14 am
(85) Vicki says:

Those people who are making testimonials have nerve saying all of that. Who are these people?!!

January 27, 2012 at 1:49 pm
(86) Been there done that says:

I have tried many things in my life. I work out regularly and I am on a very strict diet. In the 5 months that I have been doing this I have only lost 7 pounds and I see no difference in my pants size. I can’t say if this product will work or not and no I did not purchase it by I do know that diet and exercise does not work for everybody with out some kind of medical help. Good luck to us all no matter what we decide to do.

January 27, 2012 at 2:19 pm
(87) Tara says:

I just wanted to say, that I am purchasing the product. I have been working out for a few weeks 6 days a week for 45 mins and am seeing no change in my belly area. I’m hoping that this product will help with that. If it doesnt the product does have a 30 days money back guanteee so really theres no harm in trying it.

January 27, 2012 at 4:00 pm
(88) Florida.Girl says:

well, interesting entries of all kinds .. I have a “belly” and have tried only God knows what to get rid of it and STILL have it .. I saw tummy tuck belt informercial and ordered it .. What annoyed me from the getgo were the nearly 3 weeks it took them to get it to me .. Once received, I started using it right away .. and here comes the punchline I have NOT read in any of the entries I have read so far: doing the exercises diligently, I saw NO reduction in belly flab, byt what this thing did instead was ENLARGE my stomach muscle :( and stopped my regular (!) bathroom habits …. I eat right/no sugar/no fat/no junkfood, etc etc and run treadmill 3 times a week and now have a biigger belly then I did before using this dagnabbin tummytuck belt .. but all it not lost, because: I ordered it on my ATM card with only enough money backing it to cover their initial cost … they will get a “denied” should they try to charge me for more stuff … :) … I am going to return this thing because instead of reducing my belly, it ENLARGED my stomach muscle and I am not only back where I started from, but even behind that, and potty is s t i l l waiting for me to stop by every morning … the learning experience was worth the money .. I say: try at your own risk.
Thanks for reading :) and blessings to all :)

January 27, 2012 at 4:58 pm
(89) Florida.Girl says:

To “daddy2sweet” …

Your entry exudes soooo much niceness dear soldier … and for what its worth, let tme say this to you in resp0onse:

I heard it said on a christian TV show that when encountering a soldie to say .. thank you ! …. so THANK YOU daddy2sweet .. stay safe and may the Lord keep you o u t of harms way .. blessings :)

January 27, 2012 at 6:30 pm
(90) Judy says:

I post on Jan. 13 I ordered it a few days later. I received it on the 25 and did my first thing with it this morning. I am due my second one shortly. I am to do it twice a day. More cream is gonna be on auto ship, 2 bottles every other month and charge 19 whatever a month. I have hopes. It won’t work if I don’t try. I have posted 2 pics on my facebook account. You can find me as StarBrite515. I may not post daily pics but will post at least once a week. I am not changing any of my habits. I smoke cigarettes and I love Coke and Evan Williams. Let’s see if this system is what it seems to be cracked up to be. Those who believe and/or have faith wish me luck. I sure hope all who tries it, goes all the way with it and it helps all of us. Check me out if you wish.

January 27, 2012 at 6:33 pm
(91) Judy says:

I forgot to tell yall the name of the album where my pics will be. They will be in Weight loss pics. :-) Who would have ever guessed the name of that one. ROFLMAO

January 27, 2012 at 8:53 pm
(92) LaMadreDeDos says:


January 28, 2012 at 10:51 am
(93) Stella Spring says:

I am not a lazy person I exercise 3 timesa week with intense work outs. I spend 2 hours at the gym those three days I go. But I have stubborn weight that hasn’t came off. So I think that something like this would help even just a little bit, it’d make me feel a little better.

January 29, 2012 at 12:06 pm
(94) Bepositive2012 says:

Well, I just bought the belt last nigth ..I read alot of coments and it made me realize that I wouldnt loose nothing but a few extra inches if it works. I am 37, y healthy walk about 30mins daily dont exercise much do to my work schedule i am willing to give it a try i will follow up and put future coments for those who just want to get reasurence before buying it ….I have a loose belly from two pregnacies and i always stroggel with it never goes away no matter what…iam going to combine alitte exercise and continúe to eat healthy i will post new coments after one week of using it to share the results..
Be positive in all you do that gives you a good start:)

January 29, 2012 at 2:24 pm
(95) Mario says:

This cannot work – a fat burner on your skin? Think about it. Why can’t they explain the scientific principle behind such marvelous method of fat reduction?? Not even intense exercise will reduce the fat of a particular spot. The sumo wrestlers have powerful six packs underneath their belly fat. They will have to lose fat from everywhere before the could show their muscle definition anywhere. It is common sense.

January 29, 2012 at 4:30 pm
(96) ML says:

Why are people who haven’t tried the product commenting? Who cares about your theories – seriously – noone cares what you have to say or whatever else you are trying to promote. Thank you for those that have posted your findings after actually trying the product. We can be skeptical about so much out there – but you will never know if you just try. Step out of your comfort zone once in a while.

January 29, 2012 at 9:45 pm
(97) Crystal says:

When you buy this they will take money out of your bank acct. every month for the cream.. They send me 2 things of cream but i think im going to stop it cuz i got like 5 things of it and if its going to work i hope i know by using 5 things of cream lol.. I have not been using like i should so im not sure if it works or not… let me know if anyone has found that this system works?? Thanks!!!

January 30, 2012 at 6:29 am
(98) stacey says:

I purchased last week got it in a few days with express ship. They did not let me do the 2 separate payments and cream is on autoship. My belly is my worst area and the last to loose, Im currently about a size 12 and would be a easy 10 without the extra lower belly fat that I have.
Also want to add Im currently not exercising but on a low carb diet and lost 7 lbs prior to using the belt.

Day 1 I used the belt twice as recommended waist measured 33″ and my stomach/hips at a 40.

Day 2 I lost 1/2 on both areas and used the belt twice. Lost 1 additional lb this day also.

Day 3 waist stayed the same but lost 1/2 inch off stomach used cream twice but not the belt. It doesnt actually change my measurements with it on and didnt have time on the weekend to use it. Also ate out this day

On day 4 now will use belt as recommended and stick with my current diet. The reason I think this will work is like what others have said about muscle memory. The more you learn to tighten you muscles then it will become habit. I find myself tightening them more often during the day besides the two times with the belt. My abs are definitely weak at the moment and had a hard time the first day with the isometric exercises but is now much easier. I use to have a 24″ waist and kept my abs in all the time without thinking about it. After years of just being lazy about it my stomach looks horrible now. Will update again at the end of the week.

January 30, 2012 at 6:42 am
(99) Renee says:

I’ve read a lot of comments. And I know this company is feeding on the desperate. Most Americans are overweight. But use common sense. As doctors say, you’re not going to lose weight if you don’t change your diet or minimize your portions and exercise. Its only $40? Just think how much money the company makes per Just $40 a person. This is a gold mine $40 for a glorified girdle. I just hate to see people throw their money away. I’m sure a selected few lost some inches, but it was the ones that “EXERCISED” with it. If this forces you to exercise, then more power to you and only then is this going to work.

January 31, 2012 at 1:58 am
(100) RudeBoy7 says:

Hey Just give it a try. 40$ bucks. Aint nothing. So if i could spend 160$ on kicks and some ealse. Ya could spend 40$ for ur own good. That belt aint hot nothing thTs gona harm you.

January 31, 2012 at 9:57 am
(101) Zee says:

I am the customer that read reviews before buying. But i noticed the unhappy people about this product do not have the belt. I am a woman that loves coming out of my house looking fabulous. This is for the ladies if we go to the pharmacy to get nail polish, eye shadow and a nice lip gloss for a night out.. we spend from 30-50 bucks…. Why not spend 49.21 for something that might make us feel fabulous!!! just add some excercise. THe reason why people don’t excersice is because we find it as a routine and as work and boring>> make it fun. Find something you really like to do… some people love dancing, so turn on the radio and while you cook try to shake your butt and do some waist movements. Also put your daily utensils or tools high but reacheable, that way you stretch and when you bring them down exhale and pull them as if they we really heavy.. do this every day and you will see some clear results. eventually you will get motivated to actually excercise. Good luck and I am getting my belt. :)

January 31, 2012 at 10:05 am
(102) zee says:

By the way I am an accountant and a mother of 2 and a very happy wife. I go to sleep extremely exhausted after working with numbers all morning, coming home to small children and besides doing the mother routine, we have to make sure homework is completed, then, clean, then attend to my husband…. But sometimes being up at night is the only time you have to yourself and I actually enjoy watching some of these informationals. To the person that thinks that informecials are for ignorants, please educate your self and get to facts and not what you hear.

January 31, 2012 at 1:49 pm
(103) Diana says:

I saw this infomercial around 9 p.m. last night. I may give it a try. I gained serious weight around my middle and a lot of other places after chemo treatments 11 years ago. I had breast reconstruction in ’05 and and the surgeon did free liposuction on the fat around my middle and I looked good. After 3 months evacuated b/c of Hurricane Katrina in ’05, I gained back all the pounds in my middle. I then lost 14 lbs over 10 months doing Weighwatchers in 08 but the fat in my middle barely moved. I have tried crunches at home, purchased a Vigor fit machine, gym memberships, etc., dieting (ot course) but nothing works. Those people who want to tell you to diet and exercise need to realize that it doesn’t work for everyone.

I may try the belt but I wish more of those who had posted that they bought it would give us some feedback. I have had some good results with products from infomercials and some not too good, mostly those which seemed too good to be true, which this does. On the other hand, nothing else has worked.

January 31, 2012 at 9:11 pm
(104) debbie says:

What does everybody that has tried this product think of the “belt” is it comfortable and does it hold your midsection in and look good under clothes?

February 1, 2012 at 2:16 am
(105) Erika says:

Hello everyone,

I was very sceptical about this product as well. I purchase this product 2 months ago and it really does what it says. I have purchased so many products from Amazon, and EBay and nothing was working. I have a 3 year old and a little buldge over my tummy area that would not go away. So I was watching the stupid commercial and was like “that mess don’t work.” So I was like “what the hell, let me try this product and if the mess doesn’t work its going back with a bad review.” I started using it everyday but left it on all day. You have to do a little exercise because your body needs to produce sweat in order to lose body fat. I used it for more than 30 days and it does work.

February 1, 2012 at 2:24 am
(106) Erika says:

Hello everyone,

I was very sceptical about this product as well. I purchase this product 2 months ago and it really does what it says. I have purchased so many products from Amazon, and EBay and nothing was working. I have a 3 year old and a little buldge over my tummy area that would not go away. So I was watching the stupid commercial and was like “that mess don’t work.” So I was like “what the hell, let me try this product and if the mess doesn’t work its going back with a bad review.” I started using it everyday but left it on all day. You have to do a little exercise because your body needs to produce sweat in order to lose body fat. I used it for more than 30 days and it does work. It’s does fit well under your clothes.

February 1, 2012 at 7:59 am
(107) Kim says:

I am still skeptical about this product because of the mixed reviews. I work out intermittently and have taken a 24 day challenge diet by AdvoCare, loosing 7 lbs in a month. I am currently on an AdvoCare diet and cleanse with hopes to loose 10 more lbs. I know even if I am at a healthy weight and healthy BMI I have love handles and a pouch…not something I want to have at 23. Even with Advocare it is difficult to loose those stubborn areas and if this helps then I am on board. I will look for it at Walmart and give it a go. Hope to see results and if I do I will let you know somehow.

February 1, 2012 at 10:41 am
(108) Uma says:

They add extra items to your order and charge you extra without customer’s consensus. When I called customer service, they say they apologize for the mistake but they can refund ONLY $10 for the extra charge and they already charged $20 extra.
In first place they charged me more than the item and now they say they can only give $10 back as if they are doing a favor and this is TOTALLY INSANE.

February 2, 2012 at 7:21 am
(109) justamazed says:

To a 20-yr-old, I think the name was Just Wondering. What an intelligent question about whether the cream would affect your ovaries! Did you ever get an answer? The first thing I thought when I saw the infomercial was, a cream you rub on your body that can actually melt away a fatty tummy? And what’s the trade-off? Cancer? I went looking on the internet for info on exactly how this product works and details about the “studies.” Found little info and no study details. Admittedly, I didn’t spend a lot of time searching, but if this is legit it shouldn’t be that hard to find. All I can say is BUYER BEWARE.

February 2, 2012 at 10:50 am
(110) Hoosh says:

I just watched the ad again. When they do the thermal imaging segment they record a woman with a thermal image camera. If you watch carefully the woman moves during the time lapse as her belly heats up. The image on their monitor does not move as she does. If the cream really works as they say it does why would they need to fake the effects in the infomercial?

February 2, 2012 at 2:27 pm
(111) Grant says:

Just got it and it is basically a glorified girdle. Will try the exercises daily and report back. The total charged to me was over $90 and that included some vitamins and a 2nd belt and a cardio dvd……

February 2, 2012 at 2:58 pm
(112) Interested says:

My mom and I are both looking into ordering this product…I have spent an hour reading all the comments, which by the way I appreciate. We both have that tummy bulge that won’t go away, no matter what we do. I agree with the comments that most of the negative comments are from people that have never used the product…How can they possible have an opinion about something they know nothing about…I also take offense to being called uneducated because I watch informercials, and that I don’t lose the weight because I am lazy…Please keep your comments to yourself, or at least don’t be so ruid about them. I am 57 years old, and I have had that same tummy bulge my whole life and have hated it. I am not over weight and it is still there….Frankly I am tired of hiding it with over sized shirts and such….So as far as this belt, I am not only going to order one for me, but for my mother and my two daughters….If it does nothing but make them and me feel better about our bodies…That is worth it to me…Thanks again for all the great comments

February 2, 2012 at 4:23 pm
(113) kym says:

I bought this product and just recieved it yesterday, I will post updates for whoever is interested!!! :)

February 3, 2012 at 8:05 am
(114) Riven says:

Like the old saying goes. A fool and his money are soon parted.

February 3, 2012 at 9:40 am
(115) Deborah says:

it is hard to know who to listen to and not to listen to. I dont know if it works, but they do offer money back guarantee. Does a gym do that?
What is the precentage of death using this product v. the precentage of death having a surgical tummy tuck. Before, my doctor put me on steroids, I went from a size 14 to a size 8 with exercise only. But the powers that be say you must change your eating habits. Not always true. And how many receptionists or customer service rep know all the details. What you should research is why do Drs. prescribe medicine that will cause other problems. In your research of this product how many people did you test it on? How many did exercise? How many did not change their eating habits? What was the difference in inchdes lost?

February 3, 2012 at 12:41 pm
(116) Amused says:

This feed alone is more interesting than the products infommercial! I especially like the reactions everyone had to Mike’s description of late night infommercial viewers.

February 3, 2012 at 6:13 pm
(117) Judy says:

Whether or not you think anyone should order anything, it is an individual’s choice. I choose to try it. I am starting my second week. I have posted 4 pics. 2 pics before I started and 2 at the end of week one. I have the pics for public view if anyone is interested as to how I fair with it. I feel it is helping some and will continue a bit longer before I decide as to the goodness of it. I know I can bend over now easier than before and that’s a plus to me. As far as looks….. well maybe a “slight” change. Time will tell. My pics are on facebook and you can look me up under StarBrite515 and click on the photo button then go to the “weight loss” pics. Would appreciate any comments from anyone.

February 3, 2012 at 9:16 pm
(118) Olga says:

I just saw this commercial for the tummy tuck belt at 7:30 pm Brian. Exercise is the best way to lose weight and stay healthy, but it wouldn’t be a bad idea to buy this girdle just to keep everything tight while working out. One of the ingredients in the cream is caffeine which is good for breaking down fat. So maybe there is something to this. I might just buy this even if it’s just for the girdle. It’s only $40.

February 4, 2012 at 12:46 am
(119) Keedy says:

Hate reading reviews because it’s never reviews, . It’s always the negative people calling other people lazy and ignorant for spending their money. ITS NOT YOUR DAMN MONEY SO WHY DO YOU CARE?! I don’t have this product but am thinking hard and long on it. I used a cream like this before and it worked a bit. Yes I understand the values of exercise and dieting, but thinking that many people have very demanding busy jobs and look to this as a little help. I mean a regular girdle costs the same amount and even more depending on the problem area and company that produces it. So what is $40? Like someone else said a woman can spend that if not 50 on makeup and other products, really not even just that, any one can spend more than $40 on house hold items alone. Hell I can spend 40 on a couple of clothes or one pair of heels, so once again what do you have to lose, don’t knock anything till you actually try it, but do also remember just because it is helping your tummy its not helping other internal unknown or known issues in your body. Spell check? No I’m good lol. Punctuation might be a bit off :p

February 4, 2012 at 10:48 am
(120) Burned by fat says:

Be careful when ordering. It’s NOT just $40, they continue to send you the cream monthly which costs $20/month + shipping and automatically charges your credit card. It is nearly impossible to stop the automatic payments, even after cancelling. I had to change my credit card number at the advice of my bank after they stepped in to help get a cancellation. I had bee charged $100 for 5 months after I “cancelled” and never even received the product. I could’ve joined a gym for a YEAR for $$160. Buyer beware

February 4, 2012 at 7:08 pm
(121) bre says:

Well u have to excercise and eat right duhh..its the same as working out u still have to eat the rihght way u r foolish to expect somthing to work without putting forth effort to stay slim

February 4, 2012 at 7:10 pm
(122) bre says:

If u read the fine print it also says results may vary

February 5, 2012 at 5:30 pm
(123) Robin says:

I bought this product 2 months ago and haven’t kept up with the twice per day usage on many days and sometimes days go by and I don’t use it, but I lost several inches and can see that it worked. I’ve had comments from friends that I look slimmer and my husband, who was SO skeptical had to admit that it must be the tummy tuck as I haven’t changed my diet and kept my exercise regimen (mostly walking) the same.

So, people that haven’t used a product really shouldn’t comment until they try it. There is alot of junk being sold by infomercials but some useful products. This one I found useful. Now, if anyone can find a way to find the accelator cream cheaper, that would be great.

February 5, 2012 at 5:54 pm
(124) jpblessed says:


February 5, 2012 at 8:21 pm
(125) holly says:

All this sounds like to me is prep h and saran wrap. I did this for the militray when i needed to lose a few inches for weigh in. It works and will save you money you shouldnt use it long term tho.

February 6, 2012 at 4:32 am
(126) philliesfan says:

I certainly am skeptical and plan to do more research. I intend to track down those studies (they were probably commissioned by the company, of course). However, I must take issue with Brian’s slur on people who are up late, claiming that “a certain demographic is watching who is usually less educated and more susceptible to carefully constructed not-quite-medical claims.”

There are all kinds of reasons people are up late–perhaps they work odd shifts, perhaps they are up studying, or perhaps they are simply suffering from insomnia. The company advertises late at night because the cost of advertising is cheaper. I am often up late writing or prepping for class–and with 5 degrees I’m not exactly lacking for formal education. However, the implication that formal education and gullibility have any relationship at all is dubious at best. As magicians note, the people who are easiest to fool are scientists and hardest to fool are children.

Dr. K.

February 7, 2012 at 8:26 am
(127) Keedy says:

OMG Judy finally found you on facebook almost thought you was a fake person! Your pics do have a slight change.

February 7, 2012 at 4:47 pm
(128) Tee says:


February 8, 2012 at 10:52 am

I agree most of these product it just a waste of time, just taking your money. an it like jpblessed says ti the 2 min workout. i hv tried everything to loose weight whn i had my baby i was weigh in at 193 and finally i got up an started to power walk for 45 min everyday an lost a total of 35 lbs, so people if it 2 min of 10 min make the time an u will get it off… THERE IS NO MAGIC WAND THT CAN HELP U..

February 8, 2012 at 2:27 pm
(130) karaboodle says:

Just saw this belt infomercial. Basically, ladies and guys, we all know what to do for losing weight and toning. I had a real plastic surgeon here in Alaska tell me this about what most all of us women end up with after kids, loose tummy skin. “the only way to fix it is through a REAL procedure, no creams, gels or glorified spanx will ever take it away”. There you have it……just be aware everyone…..any company that is so sketchy obviously is a scam. Good luck everyone! Good vitamins like Vit B12, E, and your daily vitamin (no coffee with it or it will deactivate them all) are better in the long run, with diet change and excercise!

February 8, 2012 at 6:22 pm
(131) swiss says:

Be careful- it’s not just 40.00. After 30 days you will be billed for an additional 25.00 every other month for more axcelerator cream & its billed automatically to the credit card you used to buy the belt- they say if you call they will cancel, but I ended up with a real mess with some other diet stuff. I called week after week & they would say it was either already shipped, or couldn’t be returned, or they would tell me it was cancelled. I ended up with 500.00 in extra charges before finally getting the shipments to stop. Read the fine pront before buying. FYI you can buy the belt at walmart.com.

February 9, 2012 at 10:54 am
(132) Jo says:

I like it so far.

February 9, 2012 at 11:02 am
(133) mary says:

I ordered this right before the holidays hoping to start using the 1st of the year and still have not received it, does anyone have a address or a phone # so I cna try to call someone? thanks in advance

February 9, 2012 at 12:05 pm
(134) Marcia says:

To everyone who has commented: you have all cheered me up. I know you made me chuckle for 10 minutes. With everything going on during the presidential campaign, I have been so stresssssed outtttt ! Well while on my new I pad ( Yeah! ), I,m not even sure what channel is on, but I started thinking, hey now listening to these infomercials make me feel better. Our country is ok all we have to worry about how to look better!

After a few hours on I pad, I got to thinking– I wonder if that elastic girdle thing they were advertising might support my back so I can start exercising before my back surgery. Hmmmmmmm. Like the realtor, I thought I would google also ! ! When I started reading your fun, light, interesting, thoughts about this product, my heart gained a little hope back in the good ole U.S.A. THANKS TO ALL ; )

February 9, 2012 at 12:32 pm
(135) Marcia says:

YOU GUYS REALLY CHEERED ME UP ! ! I have been really following the Republican candidates as they battle it out, and I literally have been stresssssed outtt. But while working on I pad this a.m. , I noticed the infomercials were keeping things much lighter than the news. Well a few hours later I started thinking, I wonder if that girdle thing they were advertising might help strengthen my abdominal muscles enough that I could exercise before back surgery. So like the realtor, I googled to this web site. All of you really helped me get out of this funk I was in and not worry so much! ! Your remarks had me chuckling, and I got to thinking Hey I,ve been missing all the fun. THANK YOU SO MUCH

February 9, 2012 at 12:50 pm
(136) Marcia says:

Something that I know will work today a d everyday is the following.

We are all attractive in many ways. It took me a very long time to accept the beauty and talents God has blessed me with. But there is great truth in the fact that once I accepted myself as beautiful, my eyes were opened and now I can NOW SEE THE BEAUTY IN OTHERS. God Bless UUU

February 9, 2012 at 10:52 pm
(137) Just tasting says:

Just to let everyone know I tasted the cream and it seems ok. Tastes bad but o well. I bought 2. 1 for my belly and 1 for my butt. :)

February 10, 2012 at 7:37 am
(138) sneely says:

i developed a bad rash after using the cream several days so I stopped. Any one else had this problem? I’m still itching like crazy.

February 10, 2012 at 2:24 pm
(139) shay says:

mannnnn this product is the BOMB!!!! my pants size went from a 18 to a 14 in 1 month and half. i walked a lil(not much) and i see a big difference in my clothes.. i love it. i walked before i tryed this and i didnt see as much results as i see now. 40.00 is pocket change to me. dont knock it til u try it.. it works…

February 10, 2012 at 11:28 pm
(140) sarah says:

i’m movtivated to buy this product and just wanted to see reviews from others so that i can make an informed decision. i like what i’ve read and i respect everyone’s opinion. i applaud all of you who mentioned that what this product offers is “hope”, for many that’s motivation enough!!! i wanna be a tummy tucker:)

February 11, 2012 at 10:53 pm
(141) FitWithAnOpinion says:

Many people have been insulting those who haven’t tried the product for simply having an OPINION! I saw the commercial and just sat there laughing at how easy they make weight loss sound. If it were that easy, we’d be a planet of thin people!!! Just because I haven’t used it, doesn’t mean I can’t have an opinion or be knowledgable about the subject/product. I don’t have to put a loaded gun to my head and pull the trigger to know that it may cause me death or severe brain damage!

I work out 5-6 days a week. Mostly cardio (60-70 minutes per workout) with some occasional weightlifting. I don’t need to use the 10 Minute Tummy Tuck because my tummy is naturally tucked — with reasonable diet and exercise. I don’t need to try this product to know that using a cream and girdle is not going to work long term. Even if it does give you short term results, wouldn’t you rather get the overall long term physical effects of eating well and exercising?

Sorry to say, if you have loose skin due to pregancy or significant weight loss or even poor genetics, all the cream in the world WON’T HELP. You’ll need a surgical procedure to remove the excess skin. There’s no replacement for that, unfortunately. For those of you with rolls of tummy fat or loose tummy skin, or wrinkled tummy skin, etc, even if you lose the tummy fat, you’ll likely have sagging, loose skin, similar to a deflated balloon. All the air is missing, but the prunelike, wrinkling effect is still present. Only a surgical procedue can help with that.

February 11, 2012 at 11:04 pm
(142) FitWithAnOpinion says:

Oh, and stop ripping on plastic surgeons. I think all the plastic surgeon was trying to say in her blog is that it is deceptive to call the product a “10 Minute Tummy Tuck.” And she’s right!!! A real tummy tuck removes excess skin and fat. A real tummy tuck does NOT take only 10 minutes!! This product will not take care of loose skin.

And maybe the plastic surgeon hasn’t tried it because like me, she doesn’t need to!

February 13, 2012 at 1:22 pm
(143) Tina says:

I want to buy this but not to “magically lose belly fat”, it would be to support my back. I have been having terrible trouble with my back and I use my Kymaro to help compress and support it. The Kymaro works wonderfully for what I use it for, however it cuts me at the armpit. This looks like it would do the same thing, but would be a little more comfortable around my shoulders and right where my arm pit meets my shoulder. Then maybe I could resume exercising and getting my abdominal’s back into shape like they were before my two kids, so they can support my back again without all these extra garments! LOL

February 13, 2012 at 7:42 pm
(144) Jenny says:

I bought this because there were so many positive reviews and I’m physically unable to exercise, but my guess is that the positive reviews came from people on the tummy tuck staff. It didn’t work at all. I’ve been using it exactly as directed for 3 weeks and haven’t seen the slightest difference. It’s a scam.

February 14, 2012 at 1:34 pm
(145) common feet problems says:

I’m gone to convey my little brother, that he should also visit this weblog on regular basis to get updated from most recent news update.

February 15, 2012 at 12:06 pm
(146) Tina says:

I was so eagered to get rid of this pouch I have after having my last child that I was willing to try anything to look good in my fitted dresses again. So I am currently trying the product myself. Although I have only tried using it for a day now I started thinking to myself “Maybe this is not a good idea not knowing if the product was FDA approved, who manufactured the product and not knowing the risk. Although this is a cream to be rubbed on the questions I started to ask myslef was what could this stuff be doing to my insides going through the pores of my skin? only thing that i know that could melt down fast is using acid. what if this cream is mixes with something to that nature? These questions I should have asked myself before I got desperate. . I mean balimic people are strinking their stomachs when they let out their food. what could this cream be really doing to my stomack to so call melt down and dont have to do exercises and can go about my day as normal. This dont make sense, I usually check the Better business Bureau on all businesses I am interested in but again as I said I want so much to loose this pouch.

February 15, 2012 at 1:36 pm
(147) Mark says:

This is a full of crap blog. I broke down and purchased this product just for the heck of it. I used it for 30 days and I can honestly say that my waist has shrunk from a 42 down to a 38 and my love handles are just about gone and my gut is also just about gone. Not sure what the fck is happening here but it actually does work as advertised! As for the surgery methood this broad is saying that you need, screw that crap!

February 15, 2012 at 6:18 pm
(148) Judy says:

Well for any of yall that followed me, sorry to say but I returned the system yesterday. It did not work for me. I do believe that it may work for some but not all. I was not going to know how it worked unless I tried it. They are refunding my money other than the $10.68 it cost to return it. Glad it worked for you Mark but do keep in mind, not everything is for everybody. Good Luck for those who do try. :-)

February 15, 2012 at 10:07 pm
(149) Kate says:

Can you really purchase at Walmart? I don’t want to order online since so many have said they get charged after the initial charge. I would like to try it.

February 15, 2012 at 11:08 pm
(150) mel says:

I found this for $18 under a walmart ad.

February 16, 2012 at 4:32 pm
(151) Bee says:

What were Jessy, Kay & the Family Doctor results after trying the tummy tuck belt??

February 17, 2012 at 4:11 am
(152) Annmarir says:

I almost bought this put being the person I am I just had to surf the net for more info about this product. Thaks this article along with the comment really confirmed what I was thinking ” it was too good to be true”. I’d like to find out tho whats the average cost for a tummy tuck? I’ve alwsys been a thick girl and am confident in myself but i’d really like to get rid of my belly fat its really unattractive and it makes me uncomfortale to be naked when being intimate.

February 17, 2012 at 2:02 pm
(153) tbeck says:

i purchased the tummy tuck product and i hope it works for me or i’m
getting a refund also

February 18, 2012 at 11:24 pm
(154) Jess says:

umm wow… no offense to anyone but unless you are not physically capable of working out you have no excuse for not being healthy. I realise some people do not have time to do full exercise routines but if you jogged in place for 10 minutes twice a day.. im sure you will get the same results or even more! Plus your heart will be healthier! In plus exercise is free!!! unlike $20,000 for a tummy tuck or $40 for a cream that MIGHT work lol Thanks for bringing up the topic! Please do not buy this product unless you are not physically capable of exercise! Your just wasting money.

February 18, 2012 at 11:53 pm
(155) Vivian says:

Thanks so much for the great feedback! Like most people, I’m always looking for that “miracle”. I was THIS close to ordering the system then my common sense kicked in and I decided to do some research. Whew…I almost fell for the propaganda. Thanks for saving me the time, money, effort and, eventual, disappointment.

February 19, 2012 at 11:48 am
(156) Adrian says:

Can someone post the Walmart url link to purchase this? When I do a search on their website, it doesn’t come up. Thanks!

February 19, 2012 at 8:38 pm
(157) Kathy says:

Hi all,
I am considering the belt. I read all the posts. I read the list of the thermal cream ingredients, most self-explanatory. There was someone, or maybe more than one person on here who researched ALL the ingredients. As far these people can tell, are these ingredients SAFE? Any people with good knowledge on this, can you please respond? Thanks!! :o )

February 19, 2012 at 8:41 pm
(158) Kathy says:

Is there anyone on here who has researched ALL the ingredients in the accelerator cream? Are these ingredients “safe”, as far as these people can tell? Most ingredients are self-explanatory. I know this product has not been FDA Approved, however. Thanks!

February 19, 2012 at 8:45 pm
(159) Kathy says:

Yikes! 157 and 158 are the same person. Accidentally posted twice, sorry.

February 20, 2012 at 1:38 pm
(160) Joi says:

I do beleive using a waist belt or waist trimmer is helpful to shrink fat around abs. I had success using a waist trimmer bought in walgreens and recently found a nice one that is a lot more breathable on amazon..With exercise my stomach area sweats like crazy.. I use my waist trimmer with Aviator Abdominal creme and have seen great results. The problem is these belts are Neoprene and they can feel gross when you sweat in them and you will drip. But otherwise you can try other tummy things if you do not think the tummy tuck belt is not for you. I personally like the look and wondering if it will really fit that snug under my clothes and not be bulky or drip sweat like the other waist trimmers…for these reasons it has peaked my interest since most of the other type on the market either have annoying zippers or fabric sucks or the velco gets dirty and not work or starts to stick out.

February 20, 2012 at 7:07 pm
(161) Chaz says:

Skeptics be skeptic, Plastic Surgeons quit being cheap and get cutomers like any other driven “business” owner by paying for advertising and your own sites not by degrading a product that honestly may give you a run for your money which pry has you worried a little. If it doesn’t then tend to the patients you do have and concentrate on getting new clients for you Plastic Surgery business. Those who have NEVER tried the product yourself keep your “reviews” to yourself and QUIT DEGRADING those who are trying it OPPERATIVE WORD BEING TRYING, which is obviously more than what those of you guilty of the degrading are doing. For all involved Spend YOUR money on what YOU WANT!!! If you choose not to try this product and spend your money on it good for you, but QUIT TRYING to tell other people how to spend theirs! We all have the right to spend as we choose regardless of your close minded skepticism. If you choose to spend upwards of hundreds a month on gyms and all that comes with it then good for you but anything worth trying in combination with GYMS or in lieu for those who can’t do the workouts is everyones right to make on their own. with that said those who HAVE TRIED this product and has worked for you GOOD FOR YOU! Keep up your good work and keep doing what has worked for you and screw all the skeptics, plastic surgeons, and gym rats!

February 21, 2012 at 4:43 am
(162) pam says:

Don’t buy a product that expensive there are other belts out that that heat you up while working out and work just as good without creams and they are only 10.00 you don’t lose any more money its not monthly and they give you two belts for one that are adjustable. They only thing you lose with these belts is water weight. But they are thermal and help while working out if you wear them for the mid section or while your walking. Nothing is a miracle and I wouldn’t suggest getting a tummy tuck either they are way too dangerous.

February 21, 2012 at 10:22 pm
(163) Em says:

I have been using the band and acceletator for just under a month. I have lost a whole inch from my lower abs. Have not changed my diet and only
other exercise than those recommended has been walking through a few airports each month. I like it!

February 22, 2012 at 9:37 am
(164) TA says:

Thanks Em, I’m only about 123 pounds but I’ve had 4 children so my midsection had the fat and skin mentioned by the doc above. I’ve been using the belt for a couple of weeks and I’m pleased at the results. I can’t jump into a 2piece yet but I can button up some old jeans. The “muffin top” is slimming away and I can finally wear a fitted tee. Surgery may be needed for the skin but I’m please nevertheless… Especially after only spending 40 bucks.

February 22, 2012 at 8:23 pm
(165) megan says:

I got fooled and ordered if it worked the trick u immediately by taking 2 orders by mistake and charge you double, it requires a long process to be reimbursed and send back the product, they are con artists.

February 22, 2012 at 9:43 pm
(166) Ed says:

Well, I just got the Tummy Tuck Belt. I will try to keep you up dated. Belly is 48″, and waist is 38″. I am hoping to lose WEIGHT, and hoping I didn’t just make my wallet thinner.

February 23, 2012 at 6:18 pm
(167) gladys says:

i was thinking about getting it i use my trendmill aleast 4 times a week .

February 25, 2012 at 12:49 am
(168) gettingfit says:

im in my second week of using the tummy tuck belt and i have lost a total of 8 inches of my waist combined with diet and exercise.

February 25, 2012 at 4:58 am
(169) Question says:

Do you have to be a certain age?!

February 25, 2012 at 3:54 pm
(170) Bertha says:

This would all be so comical if it weren’t so sad. It appears that many of the commenters here are doing so on behalf of the company that ia selling this newest scam product that purports to melt away the fat.

Even more sad is what each of these supposed customers or customers to be are saying. They are givsays pitch that basically says that it doesn’t really matter if this product works as advertisedbecause it only costs $40–as if $40 doesn’t matter.

Well guess what folks? You might as well throw away your money…or buy a clunker car doesn’t work, instead of buying a car that actually works…because after all, the clunker car is really cheap!

February 28, 2012 at 11:45 am
(171) lemondrop says:

this is wild, if it looks to good to be true….IT IS…PEOPLE!
do what i did… go get a real tummy tuck! within 2 weeks the tubes were out and I was doing great. That was about 9 years ago… Now that I’m almost 50…I’m thinking about more tuck lift and suck!!! lol.
What ya’ll are doing is like picking your nose, just blow it for god sake!!!

February 29, 2012 at 1:13 am
(172) a true latina says:

People say what they feel … Whats so different from insanity, or oxiclean, or even those white things for your couches support… I ordered it , im curvy and really not desperate but come to terms it works Lil by Lil but it does… Ive lost 2 inches in one week ….just by it allowing me to chase my kids around im a happy camper . U feel it im the way u bend easier and the motivation to continue change of life style … Its a stepping stone…. And I really want to hear the personal trainers gain weight then loose it . Put that o the test, plus incorporate kids career a husband and three hours at the gym daily … Lol …RIGHT… WELL LOVE THE POSITIVE S and its exercise suppose to give u negative people endorphins just saying :)

February 29, 2012 at 1:30 pm
(173) Sharon says:

You can buy this product from walmart.com or have shipped to your local store if they dont have it. Show this number 0085359400223 to a Walmart associate to find this item in your store.

February 29, 2012 at 3:10 pm
(174) lyn'ee says:

I just bought this product Today, I’m hopeful it may work, we’ll see.

March 1, 2012 at 7:21 pm
(175) Ed says:

This is an extention from my first post (166).
I have tried this tummy tuck belt for two weeks. I have to admit in advance, that in the averages of things, I usally get the lowest. It you could 20 lbs in three weeks, it would take me three month to lose ten lbs.
Well not so here. In two weeks I lost 20 lbs. and 4 inches from my fat stomach. I looked like the Goodyear blimp going for a nose dive. That is shrinking, and loving it.
The instructions say twice a day. I’ve been doing it once at night wearing it to bed. You have the choice of trying to suck your stomach in for their excersize, or crunches. I do the crunches. Hold for 15 sec relax for 5 seconds, Eight sets just like that, then roll over and sleep.
I am not a member of the company, and am willing to sign any avidavit to that extent.
I just want people to know it does work.

March 1, 2012 at 7:30 pm
(176) Ed says:

Well Bertha and Lemondrop. Your doubt is miss placed. You don’t try because you feel destined to fail. As I have say I am NOT with the company. I live in Apache Junctio, AZ. So just as to meet, I’ll be happy to show up.
People that can’t seem to lose the weight, blame others for their misfortune, of not being able to trim down. If you fail at one attempt, you’ll always fail. Thats bullS***. I have failed at some things in live and wanted to give up, and sometimes I did. If you don’t want to use this products…then don’t. I don’t care. I’m not making money if you do or don’t.
I just want to let people know it has worked for ME, it might work for you.
Love the world, and feel it love you back. If it doesn’t smile, they’ll wonder what your up to. :-)
Love you guys. Peace.

March 1, 2012 at 11:31 pm
(177) Amused says:

Wow! How desperate and gullible does one have to be to believe such nonsense. Just wow.

March 3, 2012 at 6:19 am
(178) lundina says:

First off have any of yall that are saying “this product dont work” ever used it? No. So how would yall know it dont work. Second if you look at whos saying it dont work (a plastic surgen) then that alone should get you guessing. Why is she saying this? Is it cause alot of plastic surgens are losing money because of products like this? Etc. Third. Plastic surgery is not the only way to lose the lose skin or baby weight trust me I would know because i had 4 kids back to back literally. Their ages for dumb people who dont believe 5,4,3,and2. Fourth i hear yall people say yall talked to custmer service. Custmer service can not actually tell you whats in the product they didnt make they only get your order and imformation then make sure you get your product. Honestly you should ask the person(s) who made this product. Fifth again look at whos saying this product dont work. As far as side effects go you can get side effects from just about anything now adays it sometimes depends on your health and what medication your on. Surgery is not always effect i know people whom got surgery and ened up very dissapointed some even had bad side effects. So before yall just post comments look at who the person is and take your time to think about why this person could be saying this.

March 3, 2012 at 11:31 am
(179) Bobby says:

Im from texas i work as a maintnace person climbing towers up and down several flights on stars caring tools bags .I started useing this product 3nights ago .So far i have seen a 2inch loss.So combind we wearing and working and moveing it is doing something i could do be for.
Im ok with the purchase i made .I hope every one who uses it fill as great as i did buying mine.

March 3, 2012 at 1:28 pm
(180) robin says:

I bought this product in Academy Sports – not online – I have used a similar product before and had amazing results- only it was a little more expensive than I could afford. I bought this product and after the first night ( I did the 2 minutes of exercises and then slept in the belt) – I had lost a total of about 3 inches in all areas of my tummy. I walk 3 miles a day and also wear the shorts that make you sweat more while I’m walking……I will continue to do all 3………..My advice, if you want to try it – do – if you don’t – don’t ………

March 3, 2012 at 3:33 pm
(181) stacey says:

I literaly just got off the phone with this comany and it was the worst experience ever. I never got to talk to a real person, you dont even have that option. So i made the order anyways and they offerd about 8 or 9 other products as well before they transfered me to this cruise line that automaticaly charged my card 59.99 an hung up on me. Now im dealing with my credit card compant filing fraudulent charges to take off the 100 dollars i was charged.

March 3, 2012 at 6:42 pm
(182) jazmin says:

my mom got this and she lost an half of inch in 4 days

March 4, 2012 at 8:49 am
(183) chicky says:

I just opened my package that I picked up yesterday.All that was in it was the box with belt.no directions,cream,disc.It wasnt what the advertisement showed,it was a plain black belt,not at all like said.On the phone now with walmart,to see if I can return the product today,being i only picked it up yesterday?been on hold for 5 minutes now

March 4, 2012 at 9:34 am
(184) Marlo the house wife says:

I believe if you excercise and are wearing any of the tummy slimming belts like Ballys, Curvs, Weight watchers or this in fact the 10 minute Tummy Tuck that they all will work after all you are exercising with a band around your stomach that will make you sweat and lose inches. I personally have used the Curvs belt around the house cleaning and when I took it off I did see a difference, but everyone’s results won’t be the same. Some may really need to have the actual surgery, but this does make me wonder; if this product actually worked everyone and I mean everyone would be using it…it would put plastic surgeons out of business so let’s think about this for a minute we all know the only true way to lose any weight is by way of exercising and for more severe cases it may be having a surgical procedure.

March 5, 2012 at 9:44 am
(185) Heather says:

“In two weeks I lost 20 lbs. and 4 inches from my fat stomach.” Hilarious claim. It is a medical fact that losing more than two pounds a week is dangerous…so if you did lose 20 lbs that quickly, go buy a coffin soon.

“im in my second week of using the tummy tuck belt and i have lost a total of 8 inches of my waist combined with diet and exercise.” Again, please. If this were true, Regis and Kelly would be interviewing the inventors and celebrating with giveaways to the audience. That sounds suspiciously like the claim I posted above yours, that 20 lbs were gone in two weeks.

Wow. Wouldn’t it be great to see the IP addresses of all these satisfied customers? I have no doubt they would would all be the same, and if not the same, then they could be married up with those who answer the phone as representatives for the company that sells the belt. I just wonder if they are paid extra for each post they make on sites like this. If so, they should get bonus money for making claims like those I copied and pasted above — those are actually priceless.

Also, so what if a plastic surgeon posted about this? The bottom line is absolutely true because unless your skin has amazing elasticity, it isn’t going to bounce back because caffeine has been applied. If it did, I think some people would be sleeping in coffee grounds…

March 5, 2012 at 8:14 pm
(186) Curious says:

Wow, I actually just read all of these posts and suddenly realized that it doesn’t seem worth it to me. I’m really on the fence. I only have another 25lbs to lose before my wedding in December and I ahve been looking around for something that might help me lose a little more around my middle. After reading all of these I think I might try a regular sweat belt and see what happens. I don’t think the Tummy Tuck belt is right for me.

March 6, 2012 at 6:06 pm
(187) sheila says:

My sister inlaw had a tummytuck 2 yrs ago and she spent well over five thousand dollors since then she has had nothing but problems. i will be fifty this year i have a little belly not much to loose i’m going to try it and see how it works for around 40.00 bucks and a money back garantee you have nothing to loose what would you rather pay for a five thousand dollor procedure and live with problems like my sister inlaw having or pay the fourty bucks.

March 7, 2012 at 5:23 am
(188) Admral says:

After two injuries, that dampened my workout extremity, I’m low impact work out. Go to Walgreen’s
or WalMart and purchase a similar item. Returns and refunds are easier. Walking stairs now to burn more cals. Similar belts will help. If you can afford the cream replacements, go for it. You still should walk and walk faster as your body adjusts. You Will See the changes.

March 8, 2012 at 10:40 am
(189) fad says:

Does anyone know if it will work on loose skin love handles also as well as the tummy? I lost 40 pounds and I think nothing other that surgery will get rid of it. I do cardio and crunches etc., It just hangs there….

March 8, 2012 at 2:32 pm
(190) Justme says:

After reaading all the posts, I came upon a revelation!

Brain that posted Dec 19th… is a d*ck! No wonder he’s unemployed! As an employer,,, I wouldn’t want him around either!

March 9, 2012 at 2:43 pm
(191) ec says:

A better solution is the cheap tummy cream from walmart…has the same ingredients for 8.95 and compression hose that work on tummy thy and butt. i had flab and cellulite and using the same principals and light exercise on a stationary bike have gotten fantastic results…no ne4ed for the expensive belt…it can be picked up at walmart as well for 4.95 a gold gym product. The compression hose work VERY Well well!

March 10, 2012 at 4:24 am
(192) Kal says:

Amazing how many people came out in defense of a product they don’t know. Out of a sudden all these people want to spend the money and try the product. The way these people are presenting themselves and being extremely defensive about this product makes you wonder wither these people are actually workers for that company. We all read reviews, I mean COME ON PEOPLE, and these people can’t be fans of an unknown product. Customer reviews are never so defensive. It seems that this company has a well planned damage control. UNBELIEVABLE!!!

March 10, 2012 at 5:21 pm
(193) beet says:

how much do they pay these peipole to lie about this scam belt?

March 10, 2012 at 8:31 pm
(194) guyanese says:

You are what you eat anywhere. Eat less ‘fat put on food’ and use belt if you have $40 to spare. You use it and walk for One hr. every mprning – you will put out ‘poop’, lose inches on your waist, water from your body, weight loss and have a healthy feeling and body like me.

March 12, 2012 at 4:53 am
(195) Misslalou says:

I was morbidly obese 7 months ago. I knew I could not do it on my own. So after 2 years of looking into Bariatric surgery I had it done. I have lost 95 lbs and a product like this is simply FOOL GOLD. I weigh less partly because 70% of my stomach was removed. In larger part because I watch what I eat, read food labels AND ingredient list, am more active and over all more aware. I will have to have plastic surgery and while I don’t love the thought of it, I am committed to be healthy. If you want to loose weight or have better measurements look into ALL your options carefully. Take the time and research what will be best for you. If you can’t exercise now try just taking 10 he’ll 5 steps from your couch and back until you can increase that number a little at a time. It has been my experience that the things I have wanted in life I have had to work hard for. FOOLS GOLD is just that, nothing is a 10 minute miracle in life.

March 13, 2012 at 8:04 pm
(196) samantha says:

i saw the infomercial this morning i thought it was a good thing. see im a mother of 3 beatiful girls and with all of my pregnancys i gained a lot of weigh. i used just bout everything to loosee my weight but for me its very hard im walking a lot now and im loosing a bit of weight now littel by littel and the only thing that looks off is my tummy so i spnt the $40 for this belt now im in a size 14 streathy pants cuz befor all the walking that i started almost 6 months ago i was a size 16 now wen i get the belt ill do updates and lt you know how it went for me and if its a good product or not

March 14, 2012 at 8:55 am
(197) Curtis says:

Bottom Line this company Sucks!!! Don’t do it!!!!
Never do business with this company! I purchased the Tummy Tuck system and used it for about two weeks. The system does not work! First of all when I called and ordered the product I finally had to hang up the phone, because they kept trying to sale me upgrades and different products. I told them NO, NO, NO, NO, NO and guess what they still put me in for upgrades and renewal of supplies. After calling the company and telling them I was going to return and did return the system. The same day I get the credit for the coast posted to my bank account I get a bank withdraw for the supplies that work with the belt I just returned. I called again and was told that they automatically put you in a renewal of supplies when you order. No matter if you requested not to be added to renewal. I returned the supplies and lost my shipping and handeling cost. Bottom Line this company Sucks!!!

March 15, 2012 at 3:34 am
(198) Nancy H says:

I ordered this product on 1/29/12 and by february 24th had not received anything. I thought maybe it was because i got into a screaming match with one of their salepeople that kept offering different deals that would cost me a dollar a day that would be taken off my debit card and a coupon book along with a $100 gas card which was hard to believe. I told her to just send me what I ordered and nothing else. The price i was
supposed to pay was 19.95, but they took 49.95 off my card.
It supposedly was shipped out 2/20/12 and delivered to my house on 2/23/12 by a fed ex person that didn’t require a signature. I went on vacation to Hawaii on 2/24/12, so I will be calling this company in the morning and will let everyone know what kind of run around they give me if any.

March 15, 2012 at 4:19 am
(199) Teresa says:

I tried it and lost a little around the waist and hips but the problem is that when I asked them to hold off on the cream shipments, they stole $19.99 out of my account. I then asked them to put it back in my account and a week later, they stole another $19.99 out of my account. That is a total of $39.98. I am still trying to get them to put it back. I am going to probably have to pay my bank to put some type of hold against them so they don’t steal any more money.

March 15, 2012 at 11:47 am
(200) giantsgirl says:

Appreciated all the comments, but it was the people who did not try it and wrote negative reviews that really convinced me to try it for myself. I just oredered it and will post in 30 days from when I get it….maybe even sooner if I see big results. Im working out and joined Ww. This can only help!

March 17, 2012 at 6:54 am
(201) debbie viera says:


March 18, 2012 at 11:32 am
(202) Mike says:

I used the online chat function on the website to ask questions about the supposed university studies supporting their claims. Here is my chat:

Mike: Hi! The infomercial mentions that a couple of independent universities conducted studies about the Tummy Tuck Belt system. What were the names of those universities and what were their findings?

You are now speaking with Addison of Tummy Tuck .

Addison: Welcome to Tummy Tuck Customer Service. I can help you with that.

Addison: I apologize but we dont have the information on the names of those universities.

The studies were conducted independently by two medical universities. Because its independent testing, we are not allowed to disclose the names of the universities. All I’m able to disclose is that they are prominent medical universities located in Southern California.

Addison: Hello. Is there anything else I can help you with today?

Mike: Ah, that tells me all I need to know then. If there were actual studies by reputable universities, the company would be very willing to share the results if their findings were favorable. Actually, independent testing doesn’t mean secret. It just means that the university wasn’t paid by the company and doesn’t stand to profit from the product. If they are truly independent, they wouldn’t mind anyone seeing their study results. A friend told me that she called customer service and got the same answer on the phone. Thanks for your response, but I’m afraid the company is a fraud if they can’t provide details of the universities and studies involved. If there even were studies completed, they should be forthcoming about them. If they were not completed or must be kept secret, they shouldn’t be fraudulently using them in the commercial to sell products. I’ll register a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission to see if I can get further information.

Mike: Thanks for your time.

Addison: You’re welcome. Thank you and have a wonderful day.

March 18, 2012 at 11:22 pm
(203) FYI says:

I have no comment on whether this works or not, as I have not tried it. I just wanted to say that in my experience, if a TV infomercial product works at all, then eventually it will be available in stores. Many department stores, Walgreens, Walmart and others carry these products. Usually it is cheaper to buy them at stores, you don’t have to pay shipping, and if you don’t like it, you can return it to the store. You also don’t risk being charged for things you did not authorize.

The one time I made the mistake of ordering an infomercial product online, I was billed for repeated refills, and eventually had to report them via my credit card and cancel my card.

To everyone who says “there’s a money back guarantee, so what’s the risk?”, the risk is that they don’t ever actually refund the money. If you have tried to get money back from an infomercial vendor, you know it’s virtually impossible. Contact your credit card, and report it as a scam. They will dispute the charge for you.

March 20, 2012 at 8:48 am
(204) voiceofchoice says:

OMG! I had my credit card out as I have a beer belly, bad back and a sexy new wife. It’s my day off and I took time to read every comment. Some of you are pretty funny, but very informative. “Judysays” was my deciding post to not purchase the product and the daddy soldier dude gave me hope to try other methods. I have p90x still in the box, miracle cleanses, still in the box…I have to get off my butt! I feel like I made a buch of new friends!!!!!!!!

March 20, 2012 at 1:41 pm
(205) Alabama says:

People: This crap does not work. I too was suckered into believing that my stomach could shrink with this cream and belt. I have tried over the years to get my stomach flat and the only way is surgery in which I unfourtuantely cannot have due to the dangerous position i’m in medically. So please do not believe this and the killing part of it is they took some more money out of my account without my knowledge. This is truly a scam. Like the lady said, it’s a good girdle though (smile).

March 21, 2012 at 11:40 am
(206) Forreals2012 says:

I agree that before trying out something that you have to do more research but I am here because at first I was skeptical about this product because if it really work then why do people go for surgery instead of just using this cream and spending less money. Well I have to say that THIS PRODUCT WORKS!!!!, I am not paid nor work for this company , I am a real person who has done all the work out , even spent $2000 dollars on a stupid non surgical calle Zeltiq to melt belly fat and it did not work, But Tummy Tuck system I have been using it for almost a month and I don’t even use it everyday, I only use it once a day when I can and I honestly can say IT WORKS, I am so happy because I can see my stomach starting to look good. I can’t believe this product works. Every person is different so maybe it might not work for you but it did for me, but if it did not work out for you I don’t think you should tell others not to try or buy it because it could work for others, often we get so negative and we don’t think about the situation, everyone is different and our body reacts to certain products differently just because something did not work for you does not mean it can’t work for others.

March 21, 2012 at 4:03 pm
(207) classylady says:

I used the tummy tuck system twice a day for 1 month and loss 1 inch off my waist! It works as long as you do it exactly how they tell you to.

Thank You.

March 22, 2012 at 3:20 pm
(208) Wimmy says:

I used the tummy tuck system exactly as they said for one month. I even go to gym four times a week still wearing it. IT DOES NOT WORK. To make things worst, they keep sending me the cream and charging me even after I told them that I am not interested. This is a big reap off.

March 22, 2012 at 8:21 pm
(209) Monica says:

The infomercial flashes at the bottom of the screen. “Results may be do to three things….the belt, the cream or the crunches…..hmmmm!

March 23, 2012 at 2:02 pm
(210) sunshine85 says:

hello. i myself have just recently purchased this product. however, unlike most, i was not skeptical to try the product, being that i have used a method such as this once b4 to lose weight from my adominal region. the very first time i noticed i had lost inches was after i had my first child and began to wear girdles. i am already a healthy eater so there was no dieting,…….AT FIRST. i figured what a great idea so i went to the store and purchased an actual waist trimmer that was actually used for purposes such as the tummy tuck belt. i worked out with it for a week and by the end of that week, i had lost weight and inches with the waist trimmer. only thing was, i SO HATED that the waist trimmer would always roll up only moments after sweating, causing me to have to readjust it every few minutes. the only reason any of these similar products work so well in the first place, in my opinion is because well, ur pores arent allowed to breath, which in return causes excessive sweating, it’s wrapped…

March 23, 2012 at 2:26 pm
(211) sunshine85 says:

…tightly around the torso causing ur muscles to automatically contract and a plus, perfect posture. what made me purchase the tummy tuck belt HONESTLY, ….it looked as if it wouldnt roll up and i was right. if ur gonna use any product to lose weight, always remember that u r going to have to put some work in as well cause it’s NOT just going to magically come off. also, keep in mind the belt ONLY HELPS to speed up the results.********DIET & EXERCISE IS ALWAYS KEY TO PERMANET WEIGHT LOSE******** good luck to you all!

March 24, 2012 at 9:22 am
(212) Lylalady48 says:

Okay everyone. The next time you see this commercial, pay close attention to the before and after shots. Some of the people in the photos look like they were “poorly” photo shopped! You don’t have to have eyes of an “eagle” to see that the top and bottom part of the photos were taken of two different people!

As for the money…most of the infomercials make money just on the “shipping & handling” alone. When you return an item, the s&h fee is NOT included in the refund! Most of these products are made somewhere in China or Taiwan for pennies! Do you really think they care if you return these items for a refund? So what if you get the $40 back? They’ve made their money just off of the s&h the minute you finalized the order!

I really wish there were some sort of government regulatory entity (not the FDA who’s has been bed with the pharmaceutical companies for decades) that made sure companies like this didn’t sell “bogus” products to the general public.

March 24, 2012 at 9:45 am
(213) Joe says:

I did see the infomercial and was contemplating on buying, but I did read on another website that they put you on an automatic 30 day cycle to replenish the cream and charge your credit card automatically, and when they tried to stop it had a very difficult time to do so, They had to just canceled their credit card.

March 24, 2012 at 7:50 pm
(214) Chris says:

One of the biggest ripp offs once again, then you opt out of the extras when ordering and they go ahead and send them to you and charge your account anyway. Sent the product (if you can call it that) back with assurance they would refund what they took out of my account and as of two weeks now no refund.

March 25, 2012 at 5:13 pm
(215) Pete says:

This commercial reminds me of a weight-loss product being promoted maimly in Louisiana and Mississippi. Why these two states? Miss. is 50/50 in illiteracy, and La. 48/50. If you were going to conn people where would you go.

March 26, 2012 at 12:02 am
(216) The Truth says:

It’s really disturbing that people are being taken advantage of with such a product. First off, there is no such thing as product that “Burns Fat.” If you spend a little researching how the human body works you would never come close to purchasing this product. The only way to lose weight is to create a healthy calorie deficit. Which means that you have to use more calories than what you take in. This causes your body to use your stored fat as a calorie source. Don’t go to low on your calorie intake or your body will enter a “survival mode” and preserve the little nutrients you are taking in, which will inhibit fat loss. Also don’t look at your belly for signs of progress, you will be disappointed.If you are 20+ percent body fat your stomach will be the last place you lose weight from.

March 26, 2012 at 1:04 am
(217) unhappy says:

I placed an order over two weeks ago and still have not recieved product and when I track it it has not been shipped the worst customer service

March 26, 2012 at 8:30 am
(218) daph says:

Lylalady48- I you completely hit the nail on the head. I rewinded certain parts on my dvr. If u watch it again, pay close attention to the mother of two with the pink top on. I’ve heard of being two-toned but come on ..plus they got over zealous while editing and the shot of her waist brought in doesn’t match her interview when she’s wearing a top, you can see her gut. Ppl if u wanna try it, just wait…walmart or walgreens will pick itt up for half the cost. That way you can return it with ease if it doesn’t work..good luck to all with weight loss goals

March 26, 2012 at 10:28 am
(219) Meryl says:

I bought this system 2 weeks ago and i have yet to see any results. I even comebine it with exercise. If you read closely on the bottle of cream it indicates not for use on damaged skin. Well my skin is “damamged” due to excessive stretch marks. If you have them be wary about buying this product. For me it was a waste of money and time. BEWARE!

March 26, 2012 at 3:38 pm
(220) Betty-lu says:


I just purchase the tummy tuck praying that it works I had six kids I came
from a size 3 to 10/12 I don’t feel fat my belly is like a older person just hoping that this belt and the cream will do it for me after all before I had kids I wanna to gain a few pounds, I just did not want a saggy belly I am not trying to use this belt as a miracle to lose pound I truly believe we need to be very careful how we eat and what we eat because you can be sexy and unhealthy we don’t want that.

March 26, 2012 at 3:53 pm
(221) Imani says:

Has anyone remembered that if the product does not work, the company will refund 100% of your money back no questions asked. I say the company is standing by its product.

March 28, 2012 at 9:57 am
(222) Maureen says:

I saw the infomercial this morning. Was gonna try it. I’m small but after 3 kids,& 4 back~surgeries I have a droopy little belly…I hate my belly button! Surgery is anywhere from 4.000 to 6.000. Depending on the Dr. & how much needs to be done. I’m 5’4″ about 127 lbs give or take 5 lbs I fluctuate like every week. :/ Anyway I was going to buy this, but after reading all your helpful comments, I think I’ll just go to Walmart & get one there….Maybe I’ll find a similar cream, if not I’ll get some coffee grounds & mix it w/ lotion & see what happens…if it gets rid of a 1/2 in., maybe I can get a discount off the surgical tuck, which I only have 400 put away for so far. Times are tight!!! I wish my tummy was too!!!!! :) And I would like to give a “shout out” to our men & woman serving our Country!! Thank you BRAVE soldiers, this Country would be NOTHING w/out you!!! <3 My prayers are w/ you all!!!

March 29, 2012 at 1:03 am
(223) Tami says:

I read all these posts ,some are good some are bad .Going to try it for myself .ordered one using a prepaid visa card which had only 50 dollars on it .total due was 49 dollars and some cents .figure if i need more accelerator i will call and order it, and this way they can`t send me anything I did`nt order and charge it to my card

March 29, 2012 at 1:34 pm
(224) Jon says:

We must realize that this company is selling not just a product or two…but a 4 part “system”. Most all agree that exercise of the muscles will build muscle and burn fat..included in the system.
Thermogenic creams…or preparation H will create the thermogenic process which helps to burn fat as well through sweating. The belt itself helps to aid in compression of the area keeping you contracting your muscles and also “insulating” the area for the heating process. Finally, it’s a program to get you doing something to burn off the fat in your midsection than not doing anything…or for those who are…increase the fat burning in the midsection.
They have decided to combine methods which are all somewhat effective together to get a better result and sell a product. Of course, I don’t like the usual scamming they seem to be doing about not being able to cancel auto charging for cream every month…that’s annoying. Yes, it is also annoying they don’t have the universities listed for the studies but it may be because the universities didn’t want people coming to them bothering them about it or a possible law suit. Maybe there were no university studies…regardless…from my research it seems someone has decided that combining these 4 elements together has created this system and it seems to work from some of the reviews here I’ve read.
I’m considerng similar by combining ab contractions, with a cheaper compression belt and some preparation H I can just get at a sporting goods store and do it twice a day like the tummy tuck belt recommends. If you don’t want to make your own system and buy this one…I suggest first open a new credit card account, buy the system without the renewal or other products, then review and pay the bill immediately on line on the credit card site. As soon as you have paid the credit card (do not use the credit card for anything else) cancel it close the card so tummy tuck cannot charge again.

March 29, 2012 at 1:41 pm
(225) Jon says:

Smart Tami (post from March 29, 2012 at 1:03am)…that’s the perfect way to buy this and avoid the repeated charges from occurring! Anyone can get a pre-paid visa at a store where gift cards are sold, you can even buy the pre-paid card with your regular credit card and there will be no link!. Once the balance of the card is used…the number is cancelled forever and was never linked to you. I will do the same to avoid future charges.

If anyone wants to buy “the system” do it this way…to avoid the credit card repeat charges for creams.

March 29, 2012 at 5:47 pm
(226) Lindi Dita says:

Its not working , I did get this on March 2 , 2012 , and I did wear for all day long , and I’m still same , not even one inch I didn’t loose , so is not working for me , Good luck everyone ,…. Today I start drinking limon water {every morning 1 glass of water with limon I think is going to work better than this , I’m going to tryed at lest something healthy ]

March 29, 2012 at 5:50 pm
(227) Tonyy says:

Its good , I tryed…

March 29, 2012 at 8:58 pm
(228) Shanel says:

It worked for me so believe it or not. I’ve been using it for a week and I have lost 2 inches. The people complaining about it are the ones whom has never tried it. Most are scams, but this one does exactly what it says it does. It works like the body wraps.

March 29, 2012 at 11:21 pm
(229) Jon says:

Hmmm…made a note above….in reading reviews here I see that it doesn’t work for some but yes for others. I don’t think this product will reduce the “flabby skin” issue if you used to be quite heavier and lost weight and now have excess skin hanging because the fat tissue is already reduced or gone, hence you would need surgery. For those that don’t have the flabby skin issue, but firm belly fat instead (I call it looking like you are pregnant or carrying a basketball under your shirt…), seems like the product should work based on the systems included which are designed to burn fat in the belly area, not shrink excess flabby hanging skin. Hope this helps for those looking to buy or not….And again, I highly recommend buying on a prepaid VISA or Mastercard you can buy at a store with only $50 on it. You should also know that when you select the product on the web site, it appears a little misleading as if checking the box for the tummy tuck belt does not include the cream, but check only that one, not the box below for the cream and on the next page, you will see that your purchase price is $49.21 with the belt and 30 day supply of cream.

March 29, 2012 at 11:44 pm
(230) Bella says:

The Tummy Tuck Belt is advertised as a miracle product that will make us thin… All for $40.00!!!! Too good to be true. When something is not clear and does not have any substantial backup evidence, most probably is a fraud. Beware of this miracle cure!!!!

March 30, 2012 at 1:17 pm
(231) Lindi Dita says:

For you that did work , what did you do? did u went on a diet? for how long did u keep it on the belt ? please advice ? I really wants to loose the belly fat in the easy way?

March 30, 2012 at 8:30 pm
(232) Erika says:

I really haven’t read any of the comments above but I am guessing that they are all saying this doesn’t work and its a scam..Well for me…I have been using it for almost 3 months now. I didn’t really have thousands of dollars to use on a tummy tuck.. I have 4 children..the youngest is 3. And I had alot of loose skin on my belly and a really big muffin top. When I use to wear my jeans my muffin top would always be over flowing my pants :D And was a really big issue for me. Now I can barely even tell that its there..And I went from a size 14 to back into a size 9…I am 5’9. So that is a reasonable size for me because I have big hips.. SOOOOOO anything bad anyone has to say about this product. It really makes me laugh, because u really shouldn’t make a bad opinion about this product if u haven’t tried it.. But thank youuuuuuu tummy tuck belt.. But I guess I wont be a loyal customer anymore,, because I will no longer need it.. ;)

March 30, 2012 at 8:36 pm
(233) Erika says:


March 31, 2012 at 6:12 pm
(234) sassy j says:

this product does work ive been on it for 2 weeks now and and lost 2inches and i look wonderful my recommendation is try it first and then judge

April 1, 2012 at 6:28 am
(235) Joshua says:

Can any of you believe how many fake “testimonials” are in this thread?! I bet less than 100 of these comments are from real people. Well done Millicent :) You’ve got them worried ;) Keep looking out..

April 1, 2012 at 6:42 am
(236) Joshua says:

If this whole theory was true then it would be about “heat” melting fat right? So buy a hoody or wrap yourself with saran wrap and sweat it off for cheap ;) LOL..

April 2, 2012 at 6:24 pm
(237) Tammy says:

This shout out is for (215)PETE, obviously the commercial is calling out to you and your smart…remark about Louisiana, I see that you made a comment. So the commercial must be for you, huh..oh, and we know who the stupid one is, go back and check your spelling A…HOLE!!!!!!!!

April 3, 2012 at 7:58 am
(238) Rafia says:

if you look at some of the before and after pics you can tell that it’s either photoshopped or these people DID exercise cause they even lost weight on their face. How is wearing a belt and cream without doing exercise melting fat on face and arms when they claim the target spot is on the belly.

This reminds me of the add for the teeth whiting where they show what the teeth look like by taking a “picture” if you look carefully at the ladies teeth and the pic in took, they are diff. This is the prob with these scams. And then you have people telling us “we are just an average person” or “I haven’t changed anything”

April 3, 2012 at 8:01 am
(239) Rafia says:

they show the thermo photography and say but look at what happens afterwards in a time lapse it shows 3hrs…so you’re saying the woman stood perfectly still for 3hrs? cause that’s what it shows on the screen that the “thermal photograph” showed

April 3, 2012 at 7:17 pm
(240) coll says:

I have bought this and I really like it and it starting working in my first week. I don’t know if it is the cream, the belt or if it is the exercises. All I know is that I have been really using my stomach muscles and I notice my tummy getting a little smaller. So weather it is just me using my muscles for the first time in a long time, or whether it is the cream and belt, something is working and I am happy. I’m defiantly giving it a month and I am glad that I got it. I even noticing myself “sucking up” and pulling my muscles tight when I haven’t done that since I had my last baby and that was 20 years ago..I say cheers, at least something got me to start feeling better about my tummy.

April 4, 2012 at 9:21 am
(241) Still has belly fat from two kids says:

To those that have tried the belt. What if the side effects of the cream hit you years later down the line with some type of cancer. I would never use anything unless I know the definite side effects. You don’t know if it will cause a stoke or heartattack. If it will cause blood clots or cancer. If it hasn’t been properly tested like other medications that now have lawsuits against them you shouldn’t risk your life just to try something. The side effects may not happen now. It will more than likely happen a few years down the road. So the best of luck to those who have tried it. I just hope none of you have issues later down the road from that product. I went to the site to find more info and its alil shady to me. Some photos I saw look like photo shop pictures. Id rather have an actual tummy tuck if ever I would need it.

April 4, 2012 at 8:21 pm
(242) julia says:

hello everyone. i thought the same thing. another rip off but i just had to see for myself if it worked and i must say it do i weight train with cardio four day per week and i also eat health six days out of seven the product is good with exercise and healthy diet no one can get around losing fat without healthy diet and exercise

April 6, 2012 at 10:19 am
(243) Lady Blue says:

Thanks so much Dr. Odunze. I saw this infomercial not to long ago and decided to do the research on it and your page is the 1st that popped up. buying things from an infomercial is a hit or miss thing but when comes to your health prudence is the key!!!
I had 3 children and the last too were c-sections and the thing that I have been trying to explain to others…husband especially, is what my dr. stated… that skin is stretch and lost it’s elasticity. The incisions also affects it’s ability to snap back into shape!!! AND not matter how much exercise I do I will still have this problem. My muscles are tight but the skin over it is flabby…..TUMMY TUCK here I come…..lol

April 6, 2012 at 11:28 am
(244) SHARON C. says:


April 6, 2012 at 2:10 pm
(245) Dena says:

I’m seriously thinking of trying this product, It seems that it will help the stomach to be firmer and appear smaller, especially with exercise, which I plan on doing anyway. Due to the price it’s worth it, I’ve bought others that cost over 100 dollars, and due to the lack of comfort I stopped wearing it. So yeah I can’t wait to try this!

April 6, 2012 at 10:13 pm
(246) Trisha says:

Target sells this product now too. $40.

April 6, 2012 at 10:37 pm
(247) mimi says:

Not only are the pictures photoshopped if you read the small print on the website it states the people portrayed are not paid but volunteers who recreate the clinical trials. You would think if you are doing clinical trials on real people you would have documentation of the success on REAL users.

April 7, 2012 at 10:57 am
(248) MVJ says:

All you people leaving comments about how this product works so well are not doing the masses of true ‘belly-fat’ people any kind of favors at all. There is no way this product can work as described, it is impossible. Stop it already you, ‘I feel bloated’ people who just need to make a poop and it’s not true belly fat you are losing! Besides, the fat part of one’s ‘belly’ isn’t even the actual stomach! Check out an anatomy chart. People who have those hanging rolls of fat and loose skin cannot possibly be helped by this product. Some of the comments here sound more like the maker of the product – or the company itself has their own people out there looking for sites like these where they can post comments to hope to make you doubt the medical science that this SCAM cannot possibly work. For that commenter who wants to ‘buy hope’, and for the other who claimed that people make something out of nothing: I think you both work for this scamming business. If this product were so great then we would be reading about it in the national news and hearing it on every talk show, and NOT in infommercials. Our physicians would be prescribing it simply based on the medical facts about belly fat being so dangerous to our health. What we need are more Prove You Wrong By Trying Your Product On TV shows by actual local news TV stations and consumer affairs debunking your scams to stop you with these lying paid actors and false claims. By the way, Ive never seen an actual pointy ‘belly’. Guess your photoshop curser went a little haywire! I ask you scammers this: How come the New England Journal of Medicine hasn’t endorsed your product as the next best thing? Huh? What is your answer to that?

April 7, 2012 at 11:02 am
(249) MV says:

All you people leaving comments about how this product works so well are not doing the masses of true ‘belly-fat’ people any kind of favors at all. There is no way this product can work as described, it is impossible. Stop it already you, ‘I feel bloated’ people who just need to make a poop and it’s not true belly fat you are losing! Besides, the fat part of one’s ‘belly’ isn’t even the actual stomach! Check out an anatomy chart. People who have those hanging rolls of fat and loose skin cannot possibly be helped by this product. Some of the comments here sound more like the maker of the product – or the company itself has their own people out there scouring for sites like these where they can post comments to hope to make you doubt the medical science that this SCAM canNOT possibly work. For that commenter who wants to ‘buy hope’, and for the other who claimed that people make something out of nothing: I think you both work for this scamming business. If this product were so great then we would be reading about it in the national news and hearing it on every talk show, and NOT in infommercials. Our physicians would be prescribing it simply based on the medical facts about belly fat being so dangerous to our health. What we need are more Prove You Wrong By Trying Your Product On TV shows by actual local news TV stations and consumer affairs debunking your scams to stop you with these lying paid actors and false claims. By the way, Ive never seen an actual pointy ‘belly’. Guess your photoshop curser went a little haywire! I ask you scammers this: How come the New England Journal of Medicine hasn’t endorsed your product as the next best thing? Huh? What is your answer to that?

April 7, 2012 at 11:34 am
(250) Lisa says:

Lol “results so shocking” I have to laugh. This is how bad and ” slothful” we humans have become.. wow. Let’s also NOT forget people..its not just $40 ..they make you agree to let them charge you bank account or credit card EVERY TWO MONTHS for the cream. So what? Youre stuck doing this forever? Hilarious.

April 7, 2012 at 10:26 pm
(251) Dave J says:

Trisha, you say this is available at Target. I looked at their website and don’t see it. I’d be willing to try it if I could buy it at Target because they won’t have my credit card number to make additional charges in the future.

April 8, 2012 at 5:42 am
(252) Tabitha says:

Funny she is a plastic surgeon she does not want anyone to buy the tummy tuck belt because she will loose money I don’t need to loose weight and if I did I would rather pay 40.00 and have a money back guarantee then spend 20,000 for someone to cut my stomach open and have ugly scars

April 8, 2012 at 7:39 pm
(253) plasticsurgery says:

Hi, Tabitha. You are more than welcome to try the tummy tuck belt. I doesn’t matter to me one way or another if a person chooses to purchase it. I have not seen a decrease in the number of tummy tucks I perform because of this product! My point is that I don’t want consumers to think it will have the same effect as a tummy tuck if they have excess, loose skin of the abdomen. It may be confusing to some people to have the name “tummy tuck” in the title of the product.

April 10, 2012 at 10:31 am
(254) Ascot says:

And here was me thinking that the days when ‘Medicine Show Wagons’, would roll into small Western towns were things of the distant past..

‘Doctor’ Whatchamaycallim after the ‘show’ would then step out with his magic elixir, guaranteed to cure every ailment known to mankind, and he was willing to sell it to the rubes, not for five dollars, not even for one dollar, they could have the secret of the ages handed down from the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt in each bottle, and one of them could be theirs for a measly fifty cents.
The medicine show wagons may have been replaced by television, but the ‘rubes’ are still out there.

April 10, 2012 at 3:25 pm
(255) marie says:

i am telling all buyers that tummy tuck belt is as fake as fake can be,its a waste of money.lies,lies all lies dont buy this belt .my sister did buy and it does nothing for her,she eat right and follow all instruction and nothing,,so beware do not buy its fake.

April 10, 2012 at 3:27 pm
(256) AWiseWoman says:

I watched this infomercial this morning. It’s not new, these kind of products have been around for years. Where are the clinical studies to back them up? I feel bad for the people who tried it and got caught up in the credit card charge merry-go-round. It is the way these companies make money. This is the kind of stress that cause a temporary weight loss in some people. Be smart, use a pre-paid card if you are going to try it. You will never get a 100% refund. I really like the honesty of the people who have purchased this product and got bored after a short time, or said that they didn’t use it as directed. It’s a short fix for a big problem. I have a few As Seen On TV products lying around my house that I bought at Walmat. A lot of them are Made In China junk. They make millions off of us. So, instead of buying this stuff, I’ve decided to work on my mind, body and spirit. I buy a book, walk, and study the Bible.

April 10, 2012 at 6:45 pm
(257) lc says:

While a product like this one seems almost laughable on its face, science is making leaps and strides in the development of transdermal products, i.e., products that deliver chemical agents through the skin rather than intravenously or orally. Consider Nicorette stop-smoking patches, pain medication delivery patches for cancer patients, e.g.

Substances that break down fat, deliverable through a topical cream, have been studied for years. One such substance is aminophylline.

It would be helpful if these companies would explain the etiology, or mechanism of action, of their products. How exactly does this thermal-accelerating cream work? Perhaps this company’s caution stems from concern that the FDA will start regulating its product as a drug. See below:


The product may indeed work well. The people testifying to its efficacy on the commercial seem sincere. The key is identifying the active ingredients in the cream and then doing some independent research on those ingredients. Medical journals are the best source.

It may not be possible to know what the product contains, however, until one buys it.

April 10, 2012 at 7:12 pm
(258) lc says:

P.S. Neither endorsing nor criticizing the Tummy Tuck system is intended here; I haven’t tried it and know very little about it. I don’t even know if the thermal-accelerating cream contains aminophylline.

But this article is interesting. The abstract is below.

Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17391155

Diabetes Obes Metab. 2007 May;9(3):300-3.
Topical fat reduction from the waist.
Caruso MK, Pekarovic S, Raum WJ, Greenway F.
Source: Louisiana State University Division of Human Ecology, Baton Rouge, LA, USA.


Topical fat reduction from the thigh in women using aminophylline cream has been demonstrated, but the local fat reduction in other body areas or in men by lowering the local lipolytic threshold has not been demonstrated. This study is designed to test the hypothesis that aminophylline cream application to the waist will reduce waist circumference compared with a control.


Fifty men and women who are 21-65 years of age with a BMI greater than 27 kg/m(2) and a waist to hip ratio > or =average were randomized in a 1 : 1 ratio to 0.5% aminophylline cream to the waist twice a day or no treatment to the waist.


At week 12, there was a significant reduction in BMI from baseline that was not different between the groups. The reduction in waist circumference was 11 +/- 1.0 cm in the aminophylline cream group and 5.0 +/- 0.6 cm in the control group (p < 0.001). The reduction in waist circumference was significant for both women and men, but the women lost significantly more waist girth. The waist to hip ratio, a measure of fat distribution, declined. Aminophylline levels were undetectable, and there were no adverse events.


Aminophylline cream offers a safe and effective method for cosmetic local fat reduction from the waist.

April 10, 2012 at 10:01 pm
(259) Shelley says:

When they called to verify my shipping address a few days after placing my order, I asked to cancel my order. They said it had already been shipped. (This did not make sense…why would they verify my address AFTER shipping?) The order arrived several days later and I returned it using their return instructions. I noticed they had immediately charged my account the amount of $29.99 (not $19.99 as advertised) and the very next day, they charged $10.00 more. When I called Customer Service, they said they had credited my account $29.99 but the $10.00 was nonrefundable shipping. This is how they make their money.

April 11, 2012 at 11:18 am
(260) Diane says:

PLEASE BEWARE, they do charge you a monthly fee, with no packing slip you have no idea what or why you are charged. I contacted the site after seeing the charge, they said they don’t have any order for me which is funny since they charged my account. They will not transfer you to a supervisor, finally after 20 mintutes she, Samantha found my order explaining that I diecided to enroll in the monhtly product. Well they must pre-select the option as a default and unknowningly you signed up for more than you bargined for. And yes I was a fool to order the intial order, I’m 60 have RA and Fibro so exercise is difficult and hoped this would help me while I did mild exercise……NO it did nothing but have worn the belt as support for my back! They are sleazy, but I asked for it, just wanted a little inexpense help that cost me double than I planned for…DON”T DO IT!!!!

April 11, 2012 at 1:21 pm
(261) Ashli says:

You never know until you try the product. I was skeptical when i seen it, but i tried it. I have lost 5 inches around my waist in 2 weeks, that is with doing the cream, putting the belt on, then doing 60 crunches.

so i see no need is trying to “bash” something unless you are going to try it for your self, then you can give your “2 cents” about it.

April 12, 2012 at 2:58 am
(262) AlmostBurned says:

After they tried to charge $84 instead of the $19.99 x 2, I figured out what I was doing wrong that those who were magically only charged $40 weren’t doing wrong. I am a REAL person! Not posting just to boost ratings.
Good thing I was using a prepaid card that only had $60 on it, enough for the “system” and upwards of $20 for shipping.
Wised up and looked for “Belly” “Tummy” and “Abdomen” on walmart.com. Ordered their “As Seen On TV” BellyBuster (or some silly name) for $17, a bottle of caffeine-containing fat-burning cellulite-destroying lotion for $5.08, and a Gym’s Slimming Belt for another $5-ish.
Still less than the “TummyTuck” without their “enhancements!”

April 12, 2012 at 4:00 am
(263) Trish says:

After reading ALL comments I have come to the conclusion that I ordered too soon but not because I don’t want to try the belt. I am worried about the extra charges and the difficulty to cancel them. I knew about the auto cream renewal (as I read all fine print before purchasing) but figured I can cancel if I do t like it. Now I’m a bit worried! Will wait 2 weeks and probably cancel the auto ship just in case.
As for the belt itself, we’ll see. Of course I’m hopefull. After having 3 children, full time job, husband and home I am one busy woman who should be sleeping right now but was intrigued by all of the comments. I walk 30 min at least 3 times a week and have an elliptical I get use though not as regular. So, if the belt helps to just target my midsection then it will be a plus.
As far as cost, $40 was a hard sell on my husband (who is extremely skeptical) so an actual tummy tuck is out of the question. The person who said before they would just substitute lunches for a week, that’s what I’m doing too. And no, I do not work for this company either. If it works, great! If not, the worst is I will be tired in the morning and I will have to hear “I told you so” from my husband.
Thank you to all who left comments, even the negative, rude ones. It was very interesting to read and all was helpful.

April 12, 2012 at 6:41 pm
(264) Terrence Young says:

I’ve tried most of those instant slimming programs and let me tell you,THEY DON”T WORK. Please consumers,don’t be a fool.

April 13, 2012 at 3:37 pm
(265) Stacy says:

DON’T FALL FOR IT. The big problem is that they say they only charge you 19.99 twice but it is way more than that. They just charged anothor 26.98 twice on my card and tell me they can’t give it back until I get the new shipment they are sending me. And they are not even in this country.

April 14, 2012 at 11:54 am
(266) Jack says:

I have to say I was interested in just trying the product for myself. Like the other uses say it’s $40 so why not. I placed the order last Saturday and have yet to still have a completed order after 4 tries. This is the worst customer service experience of my life. I called again today and spoke to a customer service “specialist” after being on hold for 10 minutes, she could still find no status of my order every being placed, again after 4 tries. I asked to speak to a supervisor to express my concerns and she was questioning what good that would do. So I eventually just hung up. So if anything I would say this product is horrible with out even trying just for their customer service experience alone.

April 15, 2012 at 2:25 am
(267) Sue says:

I wonder if it really works…could you wrap it around the rest of yourself (arms, thinghs, etc…) for 10 minutes a day on each spot & lose inches all over??

April 15, 2012 at 9:26 pm
(268) Tonie says:

I would like to say I had a nice time reading everones comments. For the lady that states to just have the tummy tuck surgery: not all of us are so lucky to have that kind of money. My husband and I have great jobs but a family to support. For the lady that had the bariatric surgey: here in AZ I have great insurance, the best out here but unfortunetley my insurance doesnt cover that, ACCESS does tho. State insurance for those who dont know. ITS BS but whatever. I work a lot of hours and take care of my family. I just ordered this 2 days ago and cannot wait to use it. I lost 30 pounds in 6 weeks just by eating healthy, juicing the healthy crap i dont want to eat and excercising and feel like my tummy is not going anywhere. I have 70 pounds to lose still. This is not a weight loss system its to burn belly fat for those who are confused about this. For those of you that said you would updafe from January I have not seen a second post. I will update in a month.

April 16, 2012 at 8:10 am
(269) alyx says:

I would put this product in the same category as those “big dick pills” they use to try to sell real late at night. Real weight loss and dick growth miracle pills/cremes would be pretty popular. If these studies they talk about are so prominent wouldnt my doctor recommend them to me. (since I need them both)

April 18, 2012 at 3:29 am
(270) Ertilla says:

i’ve been using this product for at least two weeks already but I don’t even feel any differences in my body :(

April 18, 2012 at 2:55 pm
(271) KESHIA says:


April 18, 2012 at 3:35 pm
(272) melee says:

For those wary people who know this product may be another money-sucker but want to lose extra skin or tone up the meno-pot need to realize it can be done w/out surgery. A good aesthetic spa or qualified dermatologist can provide combined lipo and laser treatments that give surgery-like results for a lot less pain and probably less dough. Google, people.

April 22, 2012 at 3:50 pm
(273) Kenya says:

Aside from whether the tummy tuck belt works, it looks like most of you are only losing the HOT AIR from giving your opinion which in many of your cases is useless. Really! Who cares what you think! Either buy the stupid belt or don’t!

April 22, 2012 at 9:24 pm
(274) Amy In Virginia Beach says:

Just bought this product today at Bed, Bath & Beyond for $39.99 (used a 20% off coupon of course and saved $8) but forgot to look at the side panel of the box for the correct size. Thought I’d post this so someone else doesn’t make the same mistake.

April 22, 2012 at 9:28 pm
(275) Connie says:

I just wasted my money on this product. IT DOES NOT WORK!!!!!
I feel very foolish even thinking it would.

April 22, 2012 at 9:28 pm
(276) Amy In Virginia Beach says:

Just bought this product today at Bed, Bath, & Beyond for $39.99 (used a 20% off coupon of course and saved $8) but forgot to look at the side panel of the box for the correct size. Posting this so someone else does not make the same mistake.

April 23, 2012 at 4:43 am
(277) Ashleigh says:

I can’t believe people think this is legit. It pretty much goes against all scientific fact. Tell me which ingredient in that “fat burning cream” is capable of leeching in to your skin and down in to your fat layer and actually getting rid of it?? Seriously…

April 24, 2012 at 6:54 pm
(278) dibdib says:

Is this available at bed bath and beyond like Amy stated above? If so , it wil be easier to try it out. From the comments above it seems their customer service is bad

April 24, 2012 at 7:32 pm
(279) Biochemist says:

I looked up the patents listed on the thermal activator description: US Patent No. 6958160, 6610322, 7150883, 6495596, 6998421. A lot if them relate to liposomal delivery (for whcih you would need to increase the temp by rubbing and 2-min exercising and the other ones relate to some enzyme inhibitors. They are advertizing the belt to disguise the active ingredients…

April 25, 2012 at 8:43 am
(280) Trixie says:

I saw this infomercial this morning and went to the website to see the ingredients. It looks like a feeble knock-off of something else–but there are major differences. Whereas both promise inch loss and tightening doing next to nothing, the results from the Body Applicator are more immediate and with safer ingredients. I have used the applicator myself many times with success, my friends and family have used it and the clients at the spa where I work LOVE it. I had to comment because I really don’t believe that invasive surgery is the only solution for loose skin. I have even seen people who have had gastric bypass, who lost over 100 lbs, had excess skin, used the applicator and DID NOT get surgery.

April 25, 2012 at 8:59 am
(281) Trixie says:

For all of you willing to try the Tummy Tuck system, then by all means, put your money toward the body applicator that has never had to do an infomercial and has been successful through ONLY word of mouth; the BEST form of advertising. https://teambodsquad.myitworks.com

April 25, 2012 at 10:03 am
(282) sandi says:

I’ve been faithfully working out 4-5 days a week for three years. Monday – Spinning, Tues – Pilates Reformer, Wen – Yoga, Thurs (Optional) Sat. Spinning for 3 years now. I’ve lost fat, my muscles are stronger and my body has contoured however, i am still battling about a inch of stubborn back fat. I’m at the point now where it’s frustrating I don’t wanted of pay thousand of dollars for smart lipo b/c I don’t feel I have $2,500 worth of fat. I saw an advertisement for a non surgical $1,500 procedure “cool sculpting” that claims to freeze the fat away. It takes about 3 month to see the full results. I have an free consultation next week. However, what I’m thinking is that for 40 bucks I’m going to try the belt first and if that doesn’t work on to plan B. I’ll keep you honestly posted.

April 25, 2012 at 8:19 pm
(283) Trixie says:

Honestly, Sandi. Don’t spend the $ on cool sculpt. I did something like that and got minimal results (for too much $). I got better results with this: teambodsquad.myitworks.com (and so did a lot of my friends). It’s botanically based, not chemically enhanced like the Tummy Tuck thing and the results are LONG term, especially if you have a healthy lifestyle like you’re talking about. Good luck!

April 27, 2012 at 12:55 am
(284) Shiny Fabric says:

Are the people who posted exercising and eating healthy? I am doing so, and have and always will see improvements that way. However, I am considering ourchasing this because I have a pesky few lbs to shed off my post baby belly. I work out & eat healthy, see a nutritionist, and live a healthy lifestyle. I will be adding this belt to my exercise regime in hopes I am bikini ready by Summer. Is there ANYONE out there who believes it works? So many comments left by people who were going to check back in, but nothing…. I have read all the comments about how it sucks and it is a waste of money etc… does anyone have success stories to share?

April 27, 2012 at 8:48 am
(285) anonymous says:

I recieved my Tummy Tuck belt kit on Tuesday of this week. I have followed the instructions and followed along with the two minute routine. I am seeing results. I do workout, but have always had some trouble spots that just won’t go away with diet and excercise and those are shrinking!!! . I am a 48 year old women and taking it off is just getting more difficult. As of today, I have used this for 4 days and it works.

I do not believe that posting reviews for a product that has not been tested by the reviewer is should be considered as they do not know what they are talking about. Too much on time on their hands and nothing better to do perhaps.

April 27, 2012 at 7:15 pm
(286) SARA says:

To all of you negative nellies, Im 48 yrs old, have RA , AS, and Neuropathy. I havent been able to excercise in years. I have extremely sensitive skin. I purchased this product in March. I was in a sz 18 pant. Iam now in a sz 14 and all I did was wear the belt and use the cream. I had no side effects or rash. I even stopped using the product for 3 weeks and kept the inches off. I am feeling so much better having the weight off and will continue to use the product.

April 28, 2012 at 12:31 am
(287) jetirl says:

I agree with Trixie. Try the It Works product. It’s all natural botanical based and you can get it in a wrap or a gel that you apply. You can make quite a business out of it, too, since it’s an mlm. I don’t sell just use it personally. I lost 5 inches in three days….just keep in mind that it’s detoxing your body so you have to drink a lot of water and watch what junk you put in or else you’re just going to retox. Make sense? At one party we tried it on seven different people and everyone lost inches. You can go to their Facebook page and see before and after photos. Just look for It Works global. It really can help sagging skin.

Or buy the belt at BB&B and then you don’t have to worry about your card being charged and charged and charged. :)

April 28, 2012 at 12:40 am
(288) kcrews1122 says:

I bought this in March. When I purchased it I told the sales person what size I was (24-plus size) and they sent me the “appropriate size”. It was all I could do to get the thing on. I felt like I was about to dislocate my shoulder trying to get it off. Then later in the month they charged my debit card two payments of $26.98 for recurring monthly products which I had not ordered (I opted out of any future products and gave strict instructions not to be put on automatic monthly recurring shipping) but they did it anyway. I called to straighten it all out and was told to wait until all products they shipped me came in and then return them. So I did. Here we are a month later and they just credited my account $19.99 not the $53.96 they took from me. This is a HUGE SCAM. DON’T DO IT.

April 29, 2012 at 11:20 am
(289) albesure says:

ARE U ALL MENTAL? it’s a infomercial….that means they just want your money!!!! think about it, if just even 100,000 people purchased this $40 product that probably cost around $10.00, holy crap! what kind of profits are they making? why do you think everything sold on an imformercial is $19.95 plus S&H? oh ya and don’t forget the second one free, just pay shipping and handling, which is probably anywhere from $7.95 up to $20.00 (which shipping is probably only costing them around $3.50) do the math! these people live off of your low self esteem!!! THIS IS IT!!!! eat right and exercise!!! PERIOD!

April 29, 2012 at 2:53 pm
(290) joan says:

I bought and used it just twice I could not get past the smell of it…it smell slike running shoes that got wet. and stinky….it smells bad and i just could not put it on and go around and smelling like that…yuk they should do something about that..if it works for some more power to them….But how did they get past the smell…simply nasty!!!

April 29, 2012 at 10:27 pm
(291) Elyse says:

I purchased the tummy tuck 3 weeks ago. I exercise 4 days a week. I started to see results at the end of the second week and am noticing a bit more results now that I am approaching the 4th week.

Let me say this product does work, but no where near as fast as seen on t.v. Those results would take 4 times as long. I would estimate 4 months of use for those results. I intend to keep using the product because for $4o bucks and a few months investment in the belt, cream and exercise, it’s a win win. I will post again when I achieve my desired results, so that everyone will know how long it really does take to achieve the type of results seen on t.v

Purchase if you have the time and patience and can’t afford liposuction or a real tummy tuck!

April 30, 2012 at 3:12 am
(292) Maria says:

Heads up everybody!!! I just got my order on Friday, April 27th, tried the belt and am returning my order. The belt is an ok snug when on but its too long for my petite midriff, about 4 inches too long. Then I needed help getting it off. I wouldv’e been in trouble if my daughter hadn’t been around as I nearly hurt myself getting all contorted to try and get it off by myself. Also, there was no 2 payment option available on the internet so I had to pay the whole amount up front. I didn’t like the phone option since you’re never speaking to a human, just a machine. I didn’t fall for the expedited mailing either as my standard order arrived about 5 days later. Good luck to those who order after reading this.

May 2, 2012 at 8:56 am
(293) Curious says:

I’m thinking that this stuff that is entering in your body what other problems can it cause to the insides of your body or to other organs..it seems eventually there could be a negative outcome like with other drug info commercials..and then later on because of the lack of research..people are suing for life threatening situations..AND of course the girdle is no different than the spanks which slims you down..

May 2, 2012 at 4:21 pm
(294) emily says:

i agree that this looks like total BS. and it most likely does nothing that a girdle couldn’t do. it also kind of looks like the people in the before and afters are just sticking out their bellies in the befores.

*however* – you state that, “The bottom line is this – if you have excess, loose, hanging skin of your abdomen as a result of pregnancy or weight loss, applying a cream and a stretchy belt is not going to solve the problem. Removal of the excess skin with surgery is the only proven solution thus far. ”

i will grant you that the main point of abdominoplasty is removal of excess skin. however the commercials for this product never say a word about tightening or removal of excess skin. the product is advertised as something to get rid of fat.

so yes, the product is poorly named, since it is not actually even supposed to be a substitute for a tummy tuck. but this is never advertised on the commercials.

May 2, 2012 at 4:45 pm
(295) Jay says:

I see the comments of what people are saying and most are agreeing just because a physician put it up there, well i have had alot of doctors that have screwed me over as well. I also see people that didn’t try and agreeing on something they don’t know. Maybe the company doesn’t know of any side effects as yet, because none has occured. I read someone said they put on the belt and i believe the said the cream had a smell, well first of all if it works then who care what it smells like as long as you loose the stomach. Some people are so ridiculous. I am going to try it and see what happens at least i can die. People are saying it a scam, but doctors scam private insurance, medicaid and medicare every single day and no one says nothing. I say put up or shut.

May 4, 2012 at 4:37 am
(296) Terri says:

I was thinking about buying this product also, a friend wanted to go half and half because there was a deal to get 1 free. I had never seen the commercial though. SO here I am at 2 am watching it and it is like every other infomercial. They leave out certain words and terms or give very vague information. Like the Dr said….what universities and what studies? It is also funny how the “real users” do not say how long it took them to loose the inches. For all we know it could have taken years. Sorry to say but I am sure that I can loose inches by doing the 2 min of standing stomach crunches, or whatever, with out the belt. I am almost positive that you would get the same results doing them without the belt than with it. It is all a mind game. Just like the whole HCG diet…it is going to burn lbs off like crazy. Well duh, anybody who is limited to 500 calories a day is going to loose weight. I know that some people have problems that prevent them from exercising, unfortunatley those are the people that these industries are trying to feed off of. Very Sad. BTW anybody notice how the people on this forum who “bought and liked ” the product have almost the same exact thing to say as one another? Also almost the same exact thing that is said in the infomercial. These people are paid to track these product reviews and leave “positive” postings about them. As my doctor says, if you want to loose the weight, you either do the work or go under the knife. There is no magic pill, cream, belt, or whatever, that is going to make you loose weight overnight.

May 4, 2012 at 5:08 am
(297) Terri says:

This is a disclosure that I copied from http://www.tummytuckbelt.com/faq.php which is the products website: Results vary. Consult your physician before starting this or any exercise program. Tummy Tuck Belt provides instant slimming look. And fat loss begins during first week. Typical results are 0.5″ first week and 1″ in 30 days without lifestyle change. Average results when combined with exercise are approximately 2 times more tummy fat loss vs. same exercise/diet alone. Tummy Tuck System targets your belly without added exercise and diet, not other body areas or weight loss. To target other body areas and/or lose significant weight then exercise and diet is needed. Clinical scenes recreated by volunteers that were not paid for their time.
Keep in mind that disclosures, or fine print, are made up by the company’s lawyers to ensure that they cannot be sued. The first thing that I noticed was “provides an instant slimming LOOK” so if I buy the product, but don’t lose the weight, too bad for me. They only told me it would make me LOOK slimmer. Next “typical results” are the loss of 0.5” in the first week and 1 more inch in the whole 30 days. This means, with the 30 day Guarantee, it is only for one inch. I can certainly loose an inch in 30 days by doing the standing tummy crunches without the product. This is why the “real users” do not say how long it took them to lose the overall inches. Making it sound instant without saying it. Which leads me to the final red flag and I quote “Clinical scenes RECREATED by VOLUNTEERS that were not paid for their time.” Not made by those who have actually used the product. I know” it is only $40 bucks” “stop making a big deal.” It is a huge deal. This company is making millions of dollars from Americans who are trying to survive a horrible economy. $40 dollars is $40 dollars to the average American but to the company who is lying to you; it is millions. Think about what millions could do.

May 4, 2012 at 12:07 pm
(298) Ann says:

I bought this product about a month ago and have used it daily since then (not always twice daily as recommended). I am 44 yrs old, and have a bit of a muffin top that has stubbornly hung around since having my kids. I honestly believe that this product has helped my midriff. I’m not flat as a pancake, but I’m definely less “muffiny” then a month ago. I continue to exercise twice a week (same as before) and have not changed my eating habits since using this product. My only regret is that I wish I had known you could buy it at Bed Bath & Beyond, because that would have saved me about $18. It was $49.21 ordering it (with the $9.23 shipping fee), and it’s $39.99 at BBB. If you use a 20% off coupon, it would be about $32. Soooo, all in all I’m happy I got it. I just wish I’d bought it at BBB. Also, I had no trouble cancelling the thermal accelerator cream shipments. The customer service rep gave me a cancellation number and my card hasn’t been billed inappropriately.

May 5, 2012 at 10:19 am
(299) Donna381 says:

How many people out there have bought scratch off lottery tickets ? Some times you win and sometimes you lose, I always say if you can’t afford to lose, don’t play. Same with the $40.00 for this belt. If you Can afford to spend $40.00 to try it, why not. How ever I wouldn’t suggest returning anything. 100% money back is very misleading with almost any company these days. They keep your shipping and Handling AND charge you a restocking fee, so you are better off to just keep the product and think of it as a scratch off ticket that was a loser. Why send them there product back and let them keep your S&H and charge you a restocking fee. I sent a product back once and it cost me $35.00 on there end and what I paid to ship it back insured. And I ended up with nothing. I should have keep the product and tried to sell it on EBay or something LOL ,

May 5, 2012 at 1:22 pm
(300) cupcake says:






Tweet mee :: x3cupcakex3. If u used,using or about to. And ill share after I get it n try it. :)

May 7, 2012 at 1:29 am
(301) Bert says:

Everyone knows how to lose weight, no matter how many programs they have tried. It is ONLY output and input…how much do you eat vs how many calories you burn either working or exercising. It is so simple but it is hard at the same time because of how our society is. All of these infomercials are only about one thing,,,giving people hope or motivation thought a gimmick that they can do these two things – exercise and eat less calories. It has been proven by numerous universities that if you wear a purple hat and burn 600 calories a day doing exercise and eat less than 1400 calories of food, you will lose weight quickly. That is absolutely true and if you order now, you can choose whatever color hat you want (shipping extra). Wake up sheeple!!

May 7, 2012 at 3:23 am
(302) Brooke says:

Products like this pray on stupid people Who seem to think that the idea of diet and exercise Is a suggestion. Instead of buying magic beans Get your lazy self off the couch Hit the gym and put some hard work into it. Quit your crying and bitching about how you’re fat in doing do something about it that may actually get you some results.

May 7, 2012 at 2:02 pm
(303) shelly says:

I came across this website while doing research on this product – my firm got a call from a potential client that purchased this system and shortly thereafter her skin is shedding and is damaged with permament scarring and is under medical care. Maybe it is related to the product or maybe not – I will continue to spend my money at the local gym and eat vegan.

May 7, 2012 at 10:29 pm
(304) Dilbert says:

I am not a doctor just an engineer. Tummy tuck states no weight loss just inches lost. This means compressing fat. Hey you smart doctors out there – can you compress human fat with 3 degrees increase in body heat and about .05 pounds per sq inch from glorified pantyhose or not?

May 8, 2012 at 12:34 pm
(305) sabrina thompson says:

I just bought product will keep everyone updated. Today is my second day.

May 9, 2012 at 5:57 am
(306) carrivers says:

idk im kinda lazy when it comes to exercising but i do a lot of moving around.. i wanted to try to order it but there was no live person only a recording asking for my info…didnt sit rite with me so i think ima pass for now. i will ask around to see if someone i know who has used it and take it from there..

May 9, 2012 at 6:05 am
(307) carrivers says:

well..idk im kinda lazy when it comes to exercising but i do a lot of moving around.. i wanted to try to order it but there was no live person only a recording asking for my info…didnt sit rite with me so i think ima pass for now. i will ask around to see if someone i know who has used it and take it from there..

May 10, 2012 at 6:14 pm
(308) Tommy G says:

Its working for me I lost two inches and Im already fit. I was just curious to try. I think its water weight under the skin from caffeine. its a diuretic.

May 10, 2012 at 6:22 pm
(309) Tommy G says:

Best way to lose weight Paleo Diet. Eat food that was around before processed food. No bread pasta rice sugar or fruit juice and canned and boxed junk. Eat fish chicken eggs steak nuts seasonal fruits and veggies. Want ice cream tacos burgerking? Then dony cry about getting fat.

May 10, 2012 at 11:25 pm
(310) T3GUYY says:

Fat burner cream does work thiumocase cream with T3 “cytomel”. Its a thyroid med crushed into the cream. Triacana was such a product in France with T4.

May 11, 2012 at 2:25 pm
(311) Lisa says:

For all of you believers out there….You can buy this belt online at Walmart for $17.99

Good Luck

May 12, 2012 at 10:23 am
(312) julie says:

The one at Walmart is not the same one as advertised on TV, even though it says it is. It doesn’t come with the thermal accelerator cream and the belt itself looks completely different. Bed Bath and Beyond is the only place I’ve found that does carry the exact same one. They sell it in their stores where I live.

May 14, 2012 at 12:08 am
(313) carrivers says:

ive heard it works but better resaults with working out im going to try it and see… julie were do you live because i went to bbb and they said they didnt sell it, i went to franklin mills mall,

May 14, 2012 at 8:44 am
(314) Amanda says:

I think some of you are getting you products confused. The product 0085359400223 that you can buy at Wal-Mart sells for $17 and looks like a black belt. The Tummy Tuck System belt looks like a girdle. On a different note..When I saw this product advertised I automatically thought it was like a body wrap you get at a salon. Body wraps do work and use creams and tight wrapping to get the bad toxins out of the body. Look up Body Wrapping and I think you will find that this product is basically just that..they just shouldn’t have named it the Tummy Tuck system.

May 14, 2012 at 2:20 pm
(315) julie says:

I live in Virginia Beach. It does work, I’ve been using it for about 5 weeks and I am happily less flappy around the middle now. I exercise several times a week and eat right, always have, but I had a flap of excess that wouldn’t go away after having children no matter how many sit ups I did or how little I ate. I ordered it before knowing I could buy it at BB&B in my area. If I’d have known, I would’ve saved around $18 as someone else pointed out. But I haven’t had any problems with the company personally, and no issues with the cream that others have complained about either. You could ask your BB&B to have the VB store send the product to the store in your area. They do that here for their customers.

May 14, 2012 at 9:19 pm
(316) Joe says:

Maybe this is mentioned somewhere in the posts… but when you purchase you apparently are signing up to receive continued regular shipments of the cream.. at $19.99 plus almost $7 of shipping. People have reported that not only did they not know this but when they try to cancel they continue to get charged and have a very hard time getting them to stop charging them. Stay away, the product does not work and they keep sucking your money on some stupid cream. Any positive reviews are either company paid or they lost weight due to changing something else.

May 15, 2012 at 8:42 am
(317) rafal says:

Thanks for the strategies you have provided here.

May 15, 2012 at 9:04 am
(318) griersior says:

Thanks for the ideas you have shared here.

May 15, 2012 at 11:16 am
(319) julie says:

Sorry Joe, I have to disagree with you. I’m not paid by any company, and I did not change anything else lifestyle wise. I have always excersized several times a week and eaten healthy, but I really couldn’t gain victory over the ‘spare tire’ effect of having children. It has helped me. As I said in a earlier post, I would have bought it at BB&B to save money and to not be enrolled in the continued cream shipments but I didn’t know I could buy it there until after I’d already received it. But I was aware when I ordered it online about the “continuity program” as they call it–there is a box you have to read and click to proceed with the order. Also, I called to cancel the cream shipments in the first 30 days, and was given a cancellation # and never received any further shipments or billings. So that’s my experience. It was a good one, but I can only speak for myself.

May 15, 2012 at 2:27 pm
(320) Jessie says:

I’ve been using this product off and on now for about 2 months. If you use the product like the commercial says use two times a day and you will still lose inches, did not work for me at ALL. I used it for 2 weeks and nothing. I resorted to a diet and a week into my diet I started to incorporate the tummy tuck, because well hey I already have it, and it actually DID accelerate more weight loss. I lost 4 lbs in a week in conjunction with the TT, compared to the 1.5 lbs the prior week! So I would recommend to use this with diet and exercise and hey its better than taking diet pills – no side effects!

May 15, 2012 at 3:33 pm
(321) kimberly says:

id love to try it but cant find a telephone number or a site to order from.
would love a tele number.
thank you .

May 15, 2012 at 10:50 pm
(322) NikkiT says:

After reading many of the comments, I have decided to purchase the belt. I am a young mother who has been considering a tummy tuck (although not really interested in doing so). After having my daughter, and losing 65 lbs by exercising regularly and eating healthy- I have been left with a “kangaroo pouch” of excess skin over my six-pack. Soo, I am definetly not one looking for a quick fix…. But I am desperate to try anything that will tighten my skin.

May 16, 2012 at 2:48 pm
(323) D Curtis says:

lol! I’ve read most of the comments on here and based on that I’m not getting the cream. Now what I’m about to say is going to sound absolutely insane! You’ll laugh and Not believe me and that’s ok but I got to put this out there! I lost almost four pounds in one week doing this same thermal idea but the ghetto way, If you think what I did is stupid fine but just try it one time only and you’ll be shocked like I was. Okay I use a topical cream that sounds like Been Grey that most people use to help with chest congestion and one of those plastic ” make you sweat with out trying” track suite. I left it on for most of the weekend except for showers and laundry and I had already lost a pound. of course I did a short jog and some crunches along the way but three times in a week of doing this I lost three pound. All and all it works very well. and how much does Been Grey cost? yeah you get more bang for your buck than with this tummy tuck thing. I’ll also say that if you plan on loosing weight with pills or cream you should still incorporate diet and exercise to some degree. I know crazy! but try it for one day Oh! I should tell you not to put a big ole glob of it on. Just enough to cover the area you want to feel the heat at the most. rub it in real well like you would do for your chest put the plastic jacket on and work it out! walk, Jog or exercise until it wears off or you wear out. The sweat and or fat will be pouring off of you you for real!

May 17, 2012 at 12:37 pm
(324) Alulgevonee says:

I’ve been surfing online more than 3 hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. It’s pretty worth enough for me. Personally, if all web owners and bloggers made good content as you did, the internet will be a lot more useful than ever before.

May 17, 2012 at 8:47 pm
(325) Donna says:

I am reading this blog and I can honestly say don’t buy this product. The people that post positive comments must have been paid. I used it for 30 days no diet no exercise and no inches lost. The kicker is it cost me 169.33 from 3/13- 5/13. Mind you I cancled on 4 /1 and they still billed me for additional cream and pills I never asked for. Their response was the order had already shipped when I cancled it. I received it 3 weeks later, I know the postal service is slow but really? That bill was 53.96 in April, was I surprised when I looked at my bank statement and saw that they had taken 39.98 for May! When I called they said it was the rest of the payment for one tube of Thermal Accelerator and one bottle of Boost pills. BEWARE of this product and company. p.s. they close at 5:00 est so don’t call after then!!!!!

May 17, 2012 at 9:51 pm
(326) Jennifer says:

Thanks for everyone that posted and saved me from throwing my money away on another BS fake miracle…. I don’t know how the tv stations allow this to continue to advertise products that don’t work…. So sad….

May 18, 2012 at 10:16 am
(327) Melody says:


May 18, 2012 at 12:17 pm
(328) Sandra says:

I just saw the commercial this morning and it did get my hopes up also, I quit smoking and gained 35 lbs, was 173 lbs for ever, decided to buy the Kamera wrap informmercial, I noticed when I wore it for a couple of months i lost inches ( not weight) it would make me sweat,it would pull the fat in, but would roll down when you sat down, so i stopped wearing it…I don’t like high inpact exercise.. I started just doing dancing moves, nothing fast, swingin my hips belly dancing and i noticed one day I had lost down to 160 lbs, ( without sweating) just moving my body, so if what they say is correct about tummy tuck, then i will start wearing my kamera wrap again and start sweating and achieve the same results with out the cream…

May 20, 2012 at 1:44 am
(329) interested says:

O.K people…… For one, to all those who tried the product>>>> THINK about what you did!!!!!! You basiclly put on a griddle ,stood for 2 mins doing basiclly a crunch just by standing. $40.00 to some people isn’t a BIG deal but to others it is. Go to the nearest Dallor Store buy an ace bandaged wrap, wrap your belly, legs and arms. YES you can wear thisunder your clothes, just by your everyday house cleaning , yard work ,you can have the same results. The product is a BUMMER . EAT AND EXERICE plus a DALLOR ace bandage WORKS JUST FINE and CHEAPER>>>>>WAY CHEAPER 3 bucks plus tax.. HAVE a BLESSED DAY!!!!!!

May 20, 2012 at 2:31 am
(330) juicy j says:

i had read nall the comment’s just order on will let you know what happens.

May 20, 2012 at 12:48 pm
(331) PJ says:

I’m not going to read all 330 comments, so maybe somebody else has noticed this already. In the infomercial, on many (many!) of the “after” photos, the arms are slimmer and the chin is tighter. Airbrush? Weight loss for other reasons?

May 23, 2012 at 4:52 pm
(332) laura says:

Just buy a bottle of BEN GAY and slather it on your stomach….you will feel the burn!

May 24, 2012 at 10:54 am
(333) SJH says:

Buy it, don’t buy it… seriously we should be worrying about other things. And if you only need to lose “3 pounds” get a life!

May 27, 2012 at 3:31 pm
(334) Bazookaangel says:

I really want to try this.. I have been overweight most of my life, and am getting extremely sick of it. No, I am not lazy, I eat well and exercise at least 4 times a week. I was in a bad car accident in January and I was able to start exercising last month. My problem is that I gained back all the weight I had lost before the accident and I now want to get rid of it very bad. It’s hard, its even harder now then it was back then.. I see so many mixed reviews, but I agree that, unless you have tried it” you shouldn’t bash it.

May 28, 2012 at 5:29 am
(335) elesa says:

Just take your money and get Zumba… dance away your waight its this easy eBay has it around 40$

May 29, 2012 at 3:27 pm
(336) Amy / CA says:

BUYER BEWARE! It was a nightmare dealing with this company. I ordered a one time special and told the CSR I did not want recurring shipments. He acknowledge it and said ok, no problem.


Well, if you want a nightmare with your credit card company and months and months of trying to resolve issues with this company, that is what you’ll get. They charged my credit card 4 times, and I paid more than $40, they advertise. I called twice and spoke to their customer service dept and spoke with Arnold and Sandy. I sent the product back with tracking and out of the $53.52, on the last charge they did in April 26th, they only credited my card $23.49. If you want a credit card and banking nightmare and this company to keep charging your credit card erroneously, then DO NOT ORDER FROM THIS COMPANY!

You will end up paying almost $100, not counting the untold hours of time calling them, your bank and the credit card company.

The clincher – the product DID NOT WORK. I only got red blotches that irritated my stomach area. A waste of time!

May 30, 2012 at 2:28 am
(337) Adrian says:
May 31, 2012 at 2:06 am
(338) shelley says:

I tried a similar product to this called the “belly burner”. It did just that. It BURNED my belly. I wore it for a few hours at work & it literally looked like someone had taken a hot curling iron & hit me with it all over my belly. I took pictures & contacted the company & they wouldn’t even refund my money. They quite selling the product shortly after. The info commercial looks the same as this other belt, so I’m pretty sure it’s the same company & product, just a different name. I learned the hard way, if it sounds too good to be true, it is. Losing weight is not easy & anything that claims you can not change your lifestyle & diet & still lose weight is a gimmick. I’ve had thryroid problems & gone from a size 3 to a size 10 in just a few months. I fell for every gimmick out there & never lost weight until I changed my portion sizes & started running on the tread mill… and B12 shots. They help kick in your metabolism.

May 31, 2012 at 12:54 pm
(339) unknown reader says:

I have watched the infomercial as well as all of you. But my main concerns are the ingredients in the cream. Many products, medication and other money making solution out there have harmful long term affects. people we are so easy to fall for these easy and quick weight lose products, we don’t look at the ingredients they are using to fight fat. They don’t care what they expose us to! They just want the money! We are concern about about our health: well quick to lose weight is we put in our system… Watch what you eat and exercise that is only healthy way to lose the body fat. I looked up some the ingredients and this is what I found.

Warning: Although Ethoxy Diglycol has been deemed safe by the FDA, it is important to mention that it contains ether which is a highly flammable compound that can severely compromise the skin/eyes and has also been linked to endocrine disruption, allergies and cancer.

This also confirms phenoxyethanol as an ovarian toxin not just for the original animal exposed to it, but shown to effect the development of its offspring.

May 31, 2012 at 8:57 pm
(340) MiMi says:

What is the product called at…Taget…BBB….or Walmart…i looked it up and didnt find it is it under a different name?

June 1, 2012 at 4:10 am
(341) Margaret says:

This information was right on the mark. Thank you for every minute detail.

June 1, 2012 at 5:57 am
(342) Karen says:

Hi! :)
After reading the comments about the monthly auto-billing for the cream, I decided to see if I could purchase this product elsewhere. I found it at Walmart. It was located near the registers where you check out, along with a lot of other “As Seen On TV” products. (I’m sure it’s probably available other places as well. Such as Walgreens or the actual As Seen On TV store in the mall.) I have been using this product for 15 days so far. I haven’t had any side effects from the cream. I am not dieting or exercising. I’m just using the product without any changes to my lifestyle & I have lost just over 2 inches on my tummy area. I hope I continue to see results like this. If I do, I will see if I can find the additional cream I will need on ebay. (I can usually find just about anything on ebay. lol)

June 1, 2012 at 6:10 am
(343) Karen says:

I’d also like to add that it has come to mind that perhaps the inches I have lost on my tummy area are due to the exercises they have you do twice a day. I mean, I went from not exercising at all to doing the tummy exercises they describe in the directions twice a day. So, my “fat loss” may have nothing to do with the belt or the cream. I’d also like to add that the thought has crossed my mind, more than once that the cream may not be safe, despite the fact that I have not had any side effects.

June 1, 2012 at 10:48 pm
(344) angela says:

i am so glad i came to read this……from seeing the info commercials this aint nothing but a tight girdle and ben gay or icy hot…u can use saran wrap,,for the most…..this what i do,,,,,i dont think i will b buying this..esp talkn with a automated system,,,,,noooooo….why do u think a lot of celebs get colonics,,,to get rid of waste……no thanks ill pass

June 2, 2012 at 9:31 am
(345) barbie says:

Ok, watched the infomercial, read the comments- Here’s my 2 cents

I personally have lupus, 2 kids, and 10 abdominal surgery’s( all medical) no cosmic.
During a visit to my OBGYN -he suggested I speak to a Plastic Surgeon and set up the appointment, I ‘ll admit I got really excited.
So I went to the appointment and was disappointed, I was told that my belly button was set to high. I cried all the way home. I couldn’t stop thinking something else way wrong with me.

So yes I will be buying it- here’s why…. This is how I see it: I had cancer 2years 4months and 3days ago I underwent radiation -It was long and painful and took everything from me, but gave me my life.

I watched those on a placebo who actually came through the same treatments and who are doing just as well if not better in their remission ….. here’s why I think it works like that

someone said people are look for a quick fix- well yes because that little sliver of hope is great… it does not always mean that they are LAZY- right now i work two jobs, I’m a mother and a wife. I try not to use my lupus as a crutch, but its difficult. So i’m buying it because I can’t have a tummy tuck, it is hard to exercise, I do eat right so I should have good results. I am not looking for a miracle just a little hand.

June 2, 2012 at 7:16 pm
(346) Sarah@tummyband says:

I laughed when I saw the claims of Tummy Tuck Slimming System. Rub on “magic” cream, put on a wrap and melt your fat away….So easy …Too easy!?!

I help run a site for post-post-partum women and we recommend tummy bands for support and to improve the silhouette, that’s all. Quick fix solutions prey on the vulnerable. Losing weight and building muscle is achieved by eating less and moving more.

p.s. some of the picture look a bit…STRANGE to me

June 3, 2012 at 5:35 am
(347) Kindra says:

I am a college student that wants to lose a bit of weight, mostly from my tummy. I bought the tummy tuck two weeks ago. To people that say exercise, there are some of us that can’t exercise like me.. I have back problems which is why exercising (crunches, running, swimming, etc) is out of the question. I do slow walks around the neighborhood in the morning although it doesn’t help me lose weight that much. I wanted to give this product a try. I have noticed most people commenting had never bought and tried the product. I decided to try it on my own.

Anyways the first week of using the tummy tuck belt I lost 2 inches. i left the belt on while I was walking around the neighborhood and I had kept my lifestyle of eating my favorite foods like chicken wings. I should also include that in my university, I have to walk far to go get food at noon to save gas money.

Second week I lost 3 1/2 inches. This time, I had walked around the neighborhood twice plus the college walking since I wanted faster results.

Current results from the two weeks: This product DOES work for ME. I think everyone will get different results, it could work or not. Also, I noticed that whenever I do more small activities that doesn’t cause back pain like slow walks also helps speed up the results. I think if you just sit in the couch hoping this product will give instant miracles, there will be little or most likely no results. You have to put effort in it. I also find the belt a bit uncomfortable at first since ITS SO TIGHT (I even had the right size) but you sort of get used to it. I wouldn’t leave it on for more than an hour. It hurts especially when you just ate lots of food. What I do is walk and then take it off. I wouldn’t dare leave it on. I hope this helps. :) In my opinion, I give this product a 4 star. :)


June 3, 2012 at 5:03 pm
(348) Larry says:

You know what they say.. A sucker born every minute. And America is full of them.

June 3, 2012 at 9:56 pm
(349) Miller says:

The tummy tuck belt does not work…you also need to watch your bank statement…they take money out of your account each month and send you stuff you didn’t order…even after you’ve called and cancelled what you never ordered….this product is a buyer beware…Wish I’d never heard of it…in 2 months they have taken almost 100 dollars from my account!

June 4, 2012 at 9:33 am
(350) Barb says:

If you don’t want to use your credit card go to Walmart or Target and get a money card. Then if you do’nt like it there is no lost but, if you do just put the money on the card. I have not tryed this but, I am thinking about it. But right not I going to do Herbalife and sell it. If you don’t know about this product it is very healthy and it works. So every one good luck with this.

June 4, 2012 at 7:25 pm
(351) Pamela Wingard says:

I bought the tummy tuck belt and have used it for 3 weeks. I have lost over 15 inches around my belly. Only thing is after 2 weeks I had a stroke but I am still using it and still losing my belly.

June 5, 2012 at 9:47 am
(352) Zenande says:

A Seen On TV Product Review

This is a review by someone who actually tried the Tummy Tuck Belt.

It seemed so incredible and yet it was a seductive pitch: wear this belt and rub on some lotion while you do two minutes of abdominal exercise everyday and see that belly shrink down. Heck, I can do this! Even a busy mom with an infant can fit in two minutes. They say that you only have to wear this belt for 10 minutes a day for fabulous results in a month. No lifestyle or diet change required. If not satisfied in 30 days, then they will refund you. No risk, right?

Well, I can tell you that this product did not work for me. I didn’t like that lotion, or so call thermal accelerator cream, it was kind of nasty and flaked on your skin after a few minute. I had some on my arm and it looked like I was peeling (good thing I didn’t go out!). I didn’t get to return the product because I was busy, like most people are. On top of that, they automatically start sending you more tubes of that lotion which they charge you $19.95 plus $6.99 shipping and handling fee. It wasn’t until I received the new lotion that I had to call back and cancel. When you call you speak with someone in India. I can tell because she had an Indian name, the accent, plus she told me good evening when I was calling at 7am in the morning.

I end up having to ship back the thermal accelerator cream that they sent me at my own cost, and I am still waiting for the refund, which can take up to 60 days.

June 6, 2012 at 12:29 pm
(353) Mary says:

I, too, watched the infomercial on this, It seemed easy enough, so I bought it. I am now on day 8 (wearing it as I type this), and I can honestly say I have lost over an inch. I started out as 47″ around the middle, and, as of last night, I am 45.5″. I think the key is the tummy crunches, personally, but it did work for me, and that’s all I care about. The only criticism would be that you really do need to use twice the amount of cream they recommend to cover the area, so they should provide a larger tube.

June 6, 2012 at 4:20 pm
(354) marymay says:

Im in Canada and they dont sell it to Canadians..Makes me wonder why they cant get it over here??
I was told it has to do with the medical department and the cream..
So whats in it that it cant pass the Canadian Standards…MAKES YOU GO HMMMMMMMMMM..
I hope to read more about the cram:)

regards MaryMay

June 7, 2012 at 5:29 am
(355) Joe says:

That guy talking about havent been aproved by th FDA,look at all that crap they aprove that will give you more problem than u already have or even kill u,the FDA is worst than those people to me.They just a bunch of think they know it all creeps.

June 7, 2012 at 8:18 am
(356) krysteena says:

I can’t believe i read all these comments. I feel like my eyes went crossed. Have not tried this product..nor will i…i honestley believe its garbage. I will continue to walk three miles a day and do these “burpies” that kill your abs..but guess what people..its FREE AND IT WORKS. And whats even crazier is all the people that said “hey its only 40.00 bucks” look at allllll that money alllll you people just gave them….FOR NOTHING! SAD! So sad our society has become..we are a very LAZY people….and for the people that have had back injurys ect ect,there are thing called rehab and physical therepy. FOR ALL PRE OP AND POST OP ISSUES. So miss me with that one. You want results get off your butt and do something about it!

June 7, 2012 at 2:33 pm
(357) Mia says:


June 7, 2012 at 2:38 pm
(358) Joe says:

I bought the damn belt & cream. It’s a scam & I’m pissed! Don’t waste your money on this crap!

June 7, 2012 at 6:18 pm
(359) Alex says:

The way I see it, you need to be pretty desperate to buy some magic beans like this. I buckled down and put in the work and lost 65 pounds the last 2 years. Don’t waste your money on caffeine cream.

June 8, 2012 at 9:24 am
(360) Pearl says:

Do not buy !!! I used it for a while month and didn’t get any results it’s a waste of money !

June 9, 2012 at 3:32 am
(361) McKenna says:

I used the cream & the belt WITHOUT doing the tummy exercises & I didn’t lose any inches. I also believe, it’s the tummy exercises that cause you to lose the inchess off of your tummy, NOT the cream or the belt.

June 9, 2012 at 10:04 am
(362) LadyLeo513 says:


June 9, 2012 at 11:17 am
(363) Rachel says:

I think just wearing a gurdle well do the trick than buying this product. I think the cream is a lotion and nothing that has a magic medicine to burn fat.Just wear a gurdle.

June 9, 2012 at 8:58 pm
(364) sara says:

what a scam……oh well, yea they have money back guarantee on purchase price only, but you spend more in shipping to return it.after you pay shipping to buy it…..then you spend more money to ship it back….definitely not worth the money i wasted

June 9, 2012 at 9:01 pm
(365) sara says:

what a scam…you buy it,pay shipping, you try it, you hate it then have to pay to ship it back…..what a waste….
i guess i am an idiot,lol

June 10, 2012 at 11:38 am
(366) MIchael says:

Let me save you $40 and guarantee the same results:

Spend TEN MINUTES a day (5 min in the AM & 5 min inthe PM) doing crunches – or better yet, full sit-ups.

Do this RELIGIOULSY, everyday for 2 weeks.

If you don’t see great results, I’ll send you your’re money back, guaranteed.

(in other words – do the excercise without the product nonesense BEFORE your send your $$ to this company.)

June 10, 2012 at 2:04 pm
(367) Nancy Ruggeri says:

I admit having bought it. The girdle was so tight ( yes I am over weight and got and x large girdle) it rolled up my back. I did not fell any heat. I paid for it in full and made sure that I did not buy any automatic refills, until I knew if it would work or not. About two weeks later they sent me 2 more bottles of the slimming cream, it did not have a bill in it, but I emailed them asking them why I had received this cream since I had not order it. They answered the email stating to call them. I work and have a small business on the side my time is limited. I tried calling them several time but I was unable to get through to a live person. I forgot all about it since I did not receive an email or invoice to pay. Yesterday, I received a collection notice for $19.99!!!!! These people are THIEVES!!! i FEEL REALLY STUPID FOR FALLING FOR THIS. That cream didnt feel warm and that girdle was painful! DO NOT BE FOLLOWED!

June 11, 2012 at 4:03 am
(368) Sarah says:

The only inches you’ll lose off your stomach from using the cream & tummy tuck belt are from sweat/water, NOT FAT. The inches of fat that you lose off your stomach are from doing the exercises the makers of the tummy tuck belt require you to do twice a day, NOT from the cream or belt.

June 11, 2012 at 4:08 am
(369) Sarah says:

The inches of fat you lose off your tummy are from doing the exercises you are required to do twice a day. The cream & the belt do not cause you to lose any inches of “fat” off of your tummy.

June 11, 2012 at 4:42 am
(370) Cat says:

I have a layer of fat on my belly and have had 7 back surgeries. It’s really hard to do stomach exercises and crunches are out of the question. If I had an inch of kinda soft fat layer on my stomach, would it work to burn that fat off? I don’t need to lose weight, just tighten my belly.

June 11, 2012 at 7:37 pm
(371) douglas says:

Tummy tuck Belt can tack your money but will not answer any questions, Ive seen other people say the same thing. After 2 phone calls and transferred 4 times,I also asked what 2 universities they used. They could not tell me.I also asked If I could pay with certified check or Money Order-Credit Card Only, I read about 100 reviews on several websites and all said same issue also about getting 2nd and 3rd tube after they canceled the order. Many still waiting-for refund after 35-60 days and no one has received a refund yet. I hope they are under investigation.

June 12, 2012 at 8:58 am
(372) TheGoodFairy says:

If it looks too good to be true, it usually is. I wonder why this would be any different than other shapewear. There’s also no information about the cost of reordering the accelerator. If it’s the heat that works, I’m giving my heating pad a try! These spokespeople are more convincing than most, but I’ll hang on to my money.

June 12, 2012 at 6:03 pm
(373) RCox says:

Not only do you order the system, but them your credit card information is given to a third party company who signes you up for a $100.00 gas card and monthly membership fo $29.00 which they will charge your credit card. This is a scam for which I will be filing a formal complaint .

June 14, 2012 at 12:03 am
(374) Jabezprayer says:


June 15, 2012 at 6:28 pm
(375) Katwalk says:

I contacted the “Tummy Tuck Belt” company to ask the ingredients of the thermal accelerator cream and wasn’t able to get an answer. I was told that the “proprietary blend” was listed on the label. Which means I’d have to buy the product to find out. As a health care professional I’m not just going to put anything into or onto my body uninformed. Whatever is put on the skin is absorbed into the bloodstream and consumers should be concerned about any health risks this may pose. Please don’t be so eager for a maybe quick fix. Find out what your putting into your body, discuss it with your physician first. These people are out to make a quick buck off of vulnerable people.

June 17, 2012 at 1:40 am
(376) miss tee says:

To all those that are being continuously charged, you have to decline at the time of purchase for all that refill crap and coupon books. I ordered the product without auto refill of cream and I used it with the 2 minute contracting abs method. A week later, I saw a 2 inch difference. The product comes with a measuring tape so u can keep track. Instead of 2 minutes, I gradually started doing 10-15 mins of ab contracting movements. It’s only been 2 weeks and I see a difference. I do crunches for 3 mins with the belt on and I wear the belt for 30 mins 2x a day contracting my abs for 10-15 mins each time I wear the belt. I do no other exercises. I’m not an exercise type of woman. So the product does work. It hasn’t been 30 days yet but if its doing results in 2 weeks then I’m sure it will get even better doing it for a month. Good luck to those that will give it a try.

June 17, 2012 at 5:01 am
(377) Rich says:

it’s funny the people who say they use the cream sounds just like the commercial

June 18, 2012 at 9:42 am
(378) profbodytech says:

LMAO….all this is is a mini body wrap, skin may be tigtened if used persistantly. You’d get the same results by wrapping plastic wrap really tight and constricting the skin. Atleast I got a laugh today. But save your money go to the dollar store and buy some 10 minute miracle ;)

June 19, 2012 at 2:45 am
(379) wacoal petite bras says:

When someone writes an article he/she maintains the plan of a user in his/her brain that how a user can be aware of it.
Therefore that’s why this piece of writing is amazing. Thanks!

June 19, 2012 at 4:47 am
(380) Laura Pinkett says:

To the writer of this article. Product does not say it will do anything about loose skin. It says the product will melt body fat. You need to address the issue at hand.

June 21, 2012 at 6:15 am
(381) Mikey Mike says:

After reading all of the reviews I thought I’d go ahead and try it. I have a fairly big double chin, I rubbed the cream on my neck, chin, and cheeks. Then I wrapped the tummy tuck belt around my neck and head, and did some face exercises like smiles, frowns neck crunches, wiggled my ears. I notice a slight warming at first then my head almost exploded. Felt like a big pimple, all inflamed and red, with that cream trying to get out. Well after I took off the belt, I noticed the heat increased for a while, so I had to dunk my head in the laundry tub and almost drowned. Luckily my dog saw me, and he is large enough to pull on my pants and got my head out of the tub, but the ass of my pants now has a hole in it. I do not think I will use the product again, and it should have some required warnings for the consumer. Plus the cream keeps coming and coming and coming. I can’t stop it. I use it now to lubricate my hands when I want them to be slippy.

June 21, 2012 at 9:17 am
(382) Mrs. Kuchnicki says:

After reading the reviews on this website and consumers report, I say do not buy Tummy Tuck. It is a big big scam, a rip off waiting to steal your money…..

June 22, 2012 at 8:39 am
(383) Always Searching says:

For Those Who Are Over Charged: My bank has worked with me in the past concerning over-charges or fraudulent charges. Their legal teams will be happy to help, and will have more power to get refunds and report dishonest companies.

About the product: I think the band itself would be great for posture and re-teaching muscles. Better than a girdle! I think, the product may work for some and not for others. I am disabled and can’t afford $40, much less a costly tummy tuck. I have lost over 70lbs on my own and have sagging flesh. I am concidering the belt just to hold things up, together, in….. think it will help my back as well.

About Postings: there were many posters who said they would re-post with results… and didn’t. Those posts would have been so helpful. I am hoping those people are out joyfully running the streets and welcoming a new found lifestyle. Seems like the ones who tried and were disappointed would have been itching to announce it to the world, and would have re-posted with results.

For those who remember PRODIGY, I had to contact the president of the company to get the company to stop taking money from my account. I ended up closing my bank account (this was years ago) to stop the madness. Now, Banks are usually willing to help with this kind of problem. Ask for the FRUAD dept.

June 22, 2012 at 11:22 am
(384) Deb says:

When we put things on our skin, they are absorbed and can affect our whole bodies. (Think estrogen patch that provides birth control.) The bigger the surface area, the more absorption. Drs. worry about this when people use things like aspirin cream too enthusiastically. So, beware the ingredients of the cream. The cosmetic database at ewg.org will tell you about the various ingredients if you enter them into it.

June 22, 2012 at 2:09 pm
(385) David says:

I purchased this product in April, and after a few weeks (no weight loss with adding walking to my daily routine) this products pressure caused muscle tension and hurt my lower back … needing 3 chiropractic adjustments to recover.

The original purchase was $ 57.33
Automatic cream refill was $ 30.86
I paid $5.95 sending the cream back, and was only refunded $ 23.39

Definitely a rip-off, spend that cash on a monthly fitness center membership.

June 23, 2012 at 5:17 am
(386) Mike says:

To even ACTUALLY buy this in the first place is idiotic!

June 23, 2012 at 7:13 am
(387) Anastaysha says:

Okay, Okay, Okay, Everyone needs to calm the flip down,
I have been overweight my ENTIRE life, literally since birth. My mother is very much into these things and has tried a lot of them. My father is a personal trainer and a body builder. I, being raised under them, have learned and experienced quite a flip load.
This kind of thing has a magical effect on people who have low self esteem and are desperate to feel a little better. That isn’t so bad now, is it?
*The cream is very skepty. I don’t think that thing actually has a real effect on our stomach fat and I think that it is just stupid.

*The 2 minute exercise really seems to be just a toning routine.
— When you work out, your body has an “after work out” where it is cooling down and still moving. The 2 minute exercise is to get your body up and going, then let it cool down the rest of the day. (Maybe applying the extra heat externally helps make it last all day, I can’t say for sure.) Wearing the belt the entire while it is cooling down helps your body shape and form to it. How do I know this? Well, you’ll see.

June 23, 2012 at 7:13 am
(388) Anastaysha says:

*The belt. Oh, the “glorified girdle”. That thing could actually work. Why? Well, like I explained above, when you work out your body conforms into its shape as it slims. The belt just pushes your excess skin and fat in, causing your body to conform and shape into a tighter, more toned, shapely figure. Where is my proof? Experience is my proof.
— I for a prolonged period of time, wore a body shaper, girdle, whatever you wanna call it. Over time, my body tightened and slimmed just a tad and gave me the curves I wanted, and the shape I was hoping to attain. As I exercised and dieted, my body fat melted, and then reshaped to the girdle.

Now, all things considered. This thing, when you actually think about it in a balanced way, may really work. But only as a sort of temporary solution.
I am still an overweight person. I, like I said, have always been. In a serious context, not involving Bruce Lee and previous users.
LOOK AT THE FACTS. Not given by them, but by your own research and experience. I would try this… If I could pay for it.

To each his own, and his own may be whatever.

June 23, 2012 at 11:15 pm
(389) Derek Messer says:

Had no tummy tuck belt…….size 40……..using a tummy tuck belt (Since May 2012) size 34…..

ya’ll talk all day long…worked for me

June 24, 2012 at 5:22 am
(390) William says:

LMAO by the same theory of this fat burning creme could I then throw a cheeseburger in the girdle to gain weight. you could also add fat to anorexic people, yes this sounds just as stupid but it follows the same principle.

June 24, 2012 at 5:32 am
(391) Sex got better says:

Thats right guys youll thank me later!!! I used the cream as lube during sex with my wife and now she has the tightest vag ever.

June 24, 2012 at 12:37 pm
(392) staceysays.. says:

well, not about to try it on my private parts, but I have used it for a couple days, ABSOLUTELY noticed a difference! Sure exercise plays a part in better results, the cream ‘might’ only work a little and the belt might be ‘shaping’ your gut, but…..combined with a little willpower, and some discipline, your results will still be far more than without the damned thing, thats for sure. It works because it visibly helps. It gives me the edge I didnt have before in the belly bulge battle…you dont have to agree. just keep on walking around with your ‘muffin top’. #so ugly! what I have seen in two days is something I would recommend to ANYONE!!!

June 24, 2012 at 2:23 pm
(393) Big Dan says:

OK I was reading all these comments about the Tummy tuck belt. From what I see is everyone is failing to realize is that when you put on the belt it is squeezing your mid-section. If you sit back and look at you current mid-section you will notice that where you wear your pants is smaller than the rest of the mid-section. This is because it forces the water in that area away.
I was a personal trainer years ago back when low rise got big with the ladies. I had an increase in clients because the women would wear the low rise jeans. Well later on like a month or so when they tried to put on their regular jeans they were tight. This is because the water in their body had taken over the area.

So just remember more than likely when you wear this belt it will more than likely remove the water from that area but later return once you stop wearing the belt.

June 25, 2012 at 3:32 am
(394) zoya says:

As a busy, educated, full-time working mother of an active toddler with one more on the way, I saw this and thought, “What if…could be worth a try.” But the more I watched(ok, a total of about 8 minutes of the infomercial), the more I wondered if it’s the band or the cream. It seams like the cream is a catalyst, while the band helps the cream to absorb and the exercises may serve the purpose of drawing the cream or active ingredients into the skin and body. Either way, the catalyst seems to be a chemical reaction in the cream. So how safe is it?

We stick to a natural diet of minimally processed foods, fresh raw milk from healthy cows, free range eggs and meats, organic produce, truly whole grains. I read labels to avoid artificial chemical coloring in foods and lotions (proven to contribute to ADHD due to adversely affecting brain chemistry, per Kaiser physician many, many years ago). And recently, I read in a kid oriented magazine (intended for parents) that these chemical colorings are also linked with cancer. I won’t even mention hearing from a concerned parent that they are also linked with auto-immune disorder, be cause I haven’t taken the time to look into that claim or her source of information.

That said, I’m skeptical of the safety of the cream. I would hate for something like this-even if it actually works for reducing tummy bulge-to also cause horrible adverse effects that might not be evident for years or even decades, like so many popular drugs(Yaz birth control & Yaz related gallbladder failure is just one recent one I learned about). So, unless I’m able to learn all of the ingredients (unfortunately, some companies can get away with not listing everything), I am leery of this latest “miracle.”

June 25, 2012 at 7:38 am
(395) Healthy1 says:

Back in the 1970s companies were selling “thermal pants” to remove your belly through the mail. I had one-all these did was TEMPORARILY remove fluids from your body-through your pores, so of course, you weighed less. And they can be dangerous, removing too much fluid (like a diuretic). That garment looks to be made of the same fabric as those belly-hiding garments, so beware, it’s usually just some stretchy fabric.
BTW, in 1994 the laws affecting how the FDA is allowed to determine what they allow to be sold re “claims” were changed drastically and products that you ingest or apply do not have to go throught the stringent testing that sometimes took decades before they were allowed on the market, so don’t assume that if something is on the market it is “safe” or won’t affect you later–now the FDA has to be able to prove the product is harmful–FYI, these thermogenic products sold speed up your heartrate, etc. Please-this information is vailavle in any college level nutrition book…There is no substitute for eating healthy food and lots of vegetables 5-6 times a day and some form of cardio plus weights or isometric exercises, and sometimes surgery will be the only way to finally get rid of some extra skin…be careful, folks!

June 25, 2012 at 9:27 am
(396) Lucia in CT says:

I read a few comments, & I believe some have the same thought I had, why is a plastic surgeon talking crap about a product that is probably starting to bring his job down… Yes, it does sound to good to be true, & yes there may be side effects not yet brought to public attention, but the only thing to do is try. I find it extremely hillarious that the dr. is actually suggesting to get an actual tummy tuck surgery instead of giving the product a chance. He has questions about the product, but did he think, let me try this product myself first?? Unless he tried the product and has gotten actual result as to whether the product worked or not, he is not a valid source to give any kind of review. A review is based on proof & actual study of product. I can speak for myself, and most of America can probably agree, I CANNOT AFFORD SURGERY! I rather risk the small amount of $40 to try the product. But people, there is a bright side to all the skeptics that may want to try to prove it wrong, Sk if they would give a refund, if there is any trail basis. & for those meatheads that talk down to people that hve a hard time losing weight, maybe you should be a little more sensitive for some people who try, but don’t have the physical capability or medical problems that make it difficult to get results normally. And by the way, on my google search I had one result from Walmart that states they have the “as seen on tv tummy tuck product” for like $17.88 or something like that. So there are other ways to get around the product price straight from the company, they always have as seen on tv product in stores at a cheaper price.

June 26, 2012 at 7:54 am
(397) JustMe says:

A plastic surgeon does not need to “demote” this product – it demotes itself…provided you have common sense. Trust me, plastic surgeons have nothing to fear – people who have the money or can get the money will always go to a surgeon for their body changing needs, and people who cannot afford it will buy this product or others like it…because they simply cannot afford plastic surgery. So, the plastic surgeon is not losing any cash, therefore, does not need to come here and demote it…just sayin’.

And no, I am not a plastic surgeon (I wish). I am a medical transcriptionist, wife, and mother of 4 boys (currently pregnant with #5), who has enough sense to know you are not going to lose inches off your waist by sitting on your ass…period!

July 2, 2012 at 1:33 am
(398) plasticsurgery says:

Thank you, JustMe. I just feel for those that pay $40 or more and then still have to pay for surgery to obtain the contour that they really want. Business is booming, especially the tummy tuck and liposuction business…and that’s with the “Tummy Tuck” belt on the market! As I’ve stated before, the fact that they’re calling the belt a “tummy tuck” is misleading. For those with loose skin that hangs or sags, it does not have the same effect as surgery. Additionally, if the research were legitimate, the names of the universities would be disclosed.

June 26, 2012 at 9:33 am
(399) Godwin says:

This is the ULTIMATE SCAM!!
I ordered it by phone (after a few too many drinks), and i can tell you it doesnt work. What’s worse is that they started charging my card and shipping me product that i did not elect to receive and I had to cancel my card. When i returned the product, they refunded less than half of what they deducted. Dont buy it!

June 26, 2012 at 2:07 pm
(400) Amanda says:

This product does work. I had been exercising for two months and only lost 2 inches off in my waist at that time. I added the Tummy tuck belt to my plan 6 days ago and i already am down an inch. in six days!. I say don’t knock it until you have tried it. for the woman who bought this and wished she didn’t. Just use it as directed you already have it in your possession, don’t let you money go to waste. It’s the best 40 bucks i spent. I’m looking forward to see how much more i can lose (in addition to working out and eating right) in 6 weeks.

June 26, 2012 at 3:17 pm
(401) Tammy says:

It is such a scam! I purchased the Tummy Tuck Belt system over the phone and they overdrafted my account, withdrawing more than they were supposed to. I called for a refund. They told me to send it back. I sent it back. This has been since Feb.! I never got a full refund. I had an overdraft fee $28, postal return fee$15, didn’t get my full refund. Also they scheduled other monthly fees to be withdrawn out of my account. So I had to cancel my card and pay $5 card fee. I say report them to BBB. This is so wrong.

June 26, 2012 at 3:20 pm
(402) Ruth says:

This is Grandma writing. When you’ve lived a long time, you have learned some things. There is no cream in the world that burns fat. When you wear something tight around your waist whatever you lose is water and when you drink water it comes right back.
The people in the infomercial are lying and the photos are computer-generated.
Please eat right and exercise and have a long, healthy life!
God bless!

June 26, 2012 at 3:41 pm
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June 26, 2012 at 5:44 pm
(404) Nicole says:

Um, how does this “fat burning” cream possibly work? (Think back to basic anatomy class) Oh that’s right, it doesn’t work! You might as well be slathering butter on your skin. And *if* it burned any fat at all, it would have to be a highly caustic substance that penetrates your skin and destroys the fat right under your skin– the last thing on earth you want to do if you care about your appearance. This fat does not make you look fat, but makes you look young. It is filler fat that fills in lines and keeps your skin looking supple.

June 27, 2012 at 8:38 pm
(405) Christine says:

Wow! I hav had great results w tummy yuck systety m. Im physicaly active, and prety fit, yes, but just couldnt seem to get my waist any smaller. Ive had ths belt on just for work for last 3 wks or so, and lost ovr two inches! I realy dont thnk 40 bux is too much to spend at all for the results Ive acheivd! That doctor is nuts! Also, the thermal cteam has realy helpd too. The days I didnt wear it, I didnt sweat anywher near as much. My body looks the way it shld now:)

June 28, 2012 at 9:14 am
(406) Steph M says:

Wow I bought this product at Bed Bath & Beyond. Thought to myself… big deal I am already spending money on spanx (which are way more expensive than $40), why not try this…what do I have to lose? Started using this product while I was already drinking meal replacement shakes twice a day for the past 3 months but wasn’t getting the results I wanted. Since June 13th up until this morning I’ve lost 5 1/2 inches in my waist. I’ve gone a total of 4 days without actually applying the cream throughout this process but still have lost more inches than I’ve been able to in the past 10 years. It works! Use it the right way, exercise and stop eating everything in sight and the inches will come off! Can’t wait to go online to order another tube of cream since a coupon came with my purchase.

June 28, 2012 at 6:39 pm
(407) Snail says:


June 28, 2012 at 7:39 pm
(408) michelle says:

i understand y ppl would think this product doesnt work, but i bought the product and i have lost 1/2 inch the first week. in three weeks i lost 3 inches…ppl dont say what does and doesnt work unless u have tryed it for urself…just because it doesnt sound right doesnt mean it isnt!!!!! i/j

June 28, 2012 at 8:13 pm
(409) michelle says:

it works on some ppl…it worked for me :)

June 29, 2012 at 7:45 am
(410) TheJewelryLady says:

I read through all of the comments and specifically pinned on three individuals since December 2011 that said they were buying the product and would post another comment with results…..kay, FamilyDoctor, cupcake……. I suppose these were a few of those plugged in by the company to con people into buying this because they never posted again. I have been thinking about buying it for some time. I quick smoking and have gained some weight. Exercise is not always an option because of arthritis in both knees. Fortunately, I found a fitness center that has equipment I can actually use so, after I finish my trial week, I think I’ll use the $40 for my first month’s membership.

June 29, 2012 at 1:27 pm
(411) David says:

I was watching the Tummy Tuck commercial this mornung about 11:00 am and checked out their website. After reading several revues here and several others I’m not going to waste my money. As always when I think about a purchase, in this case I typed in ‘ tummytuckbelt reviews’ in search and you’ll get a whole page of listings to check out including some on youtube. The most popular opinion is “it’s a scam”
I went to their website and where they make a killing is on shipping, especially if you order an extra tube of creme and choose 3-5day delivery.
The TT System is $39.98 + $9.98 S&H (2 to 4 weeks) = $49.81
If you choose express mail (3-5 days) S&H is $14.32 BUT shipping doesn’t go up to $14.32, it’s ADDED to the standard shipping cost of $9.98 so you pay $24.30 for S&H. Now your $40. purchase is now $64.13. I buy things online all the time but never saw anyone do this before.
If you purchase an extra tube of creme, it costs $24.99 PLUS an additional $3.99 for S&H for a total of $93.11.
I think I’ll keep working on diet and excercise.

June 29, 2012 at 6:24 pm
(412) Vegan4Life says:

I read MOST of the comments, so if someone has already posted this, I apologize. Isn’t it possible that doing abdominal exercise daily can be part of the reason it’s working? Isn’t it also possible that doing it withe the girdle-belt helps people focus on the proper muscle group? Now I know it takes a combination of cardio and muscle work to actually LOSE inches, but when I was overweight, just a standing ab routine got my heart pumping. Interesting product, but as a past aerobic instructor for the disabled, I KNOW there are much more sensible ways to spend money.
…Just a thought

June 30, 2012 at 5:45 am
(413) mikey hates it says:

Hello people

June 30, 2012 at 6:23 pm
(414) not falling for it says:

It’s obvious which comments are legit and which comments are paid for by this product. I don’t have to taste something to know it smells bad. The people who saids it work are paid to do so because there’s no way that this gimmick will do what it states. And the people who say they are going to try it anyways are paid . There’s no way anyone who is in their right mind would try this product after reading these comments about them taking more money than was agreed to. Those who say its only $40 might as well take a match and burn two $20 bulls because that exactly what they’re doing if they really think that this product will work. I will take my $40 and buy a few lottery tickets, at least I will have a chance at getting something for my money even if its unlikely , there’s hope! I don’t have to try this product to know its a scam. Common sense people!

July 1, 2012 at 2:34 pm
(415) anna says:

to brian;
I want to tell you that you are as ignorant as you sound..these late night infomercials are geared to the less educated…..really, i have a bachelors degree in criminal justice from long beach state. i work nights and arrive home from work during infomercial hours…..while i have no intention of purchasing this product, i believe that you are very uneducated and misinformed of the type of persons that watch infomercials.

July 2, 2012 at 12:37 am
(416) MissMarty says:

Ok, people, here’s the thing. The people in the commercial claim that they didn’t diet or change anything. But look at the other parts of their bodies – arms, under the chin, legs. They look smaller on all these people who “didn’t do anything but wear the belt.” In a pig’s eye!! These people were all dieting! There are no miracle weight loss belts. If you sweat it off by wearing the belt, it will come back when you drink water.

July 2, 2012 at 8:14 am
(417) Gin says:

I had never heard of this product or watched the infomercial, how I learned about it is through my 68 year old mother in law who did buy it and lost 3 inches in her mid section the first month. She was faithful in using it morning and night. The creme goes further than they recommend. One bottle or tube, however they sell it, lasted her a month and a half. I only learned about it her use of the Tummy Tuck after she had used it a month and I noticed how slim she was becoming. I personally have yet to try the product but knowing her results it is appealing. I am not one to purchase anything off of television or telemarketers. She is still losing inches, although at a slower rate through her midsection. As we age losing inches in that area is more difficult. She showed me just 2 days ago a pair of jean shorts she was wearing that were about 3 inches to big around her waistline and she had bought them just a few weeks prior. Good thing she is a great seamstress and can take in her clothes

July 2, 2012 at 10:03 pm
(418) arthritis foods to avoid says:

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July 2, 2012 at 10:57 pm
(419) MIssy says:

Hi, I bought the tummy tuck as well, i read some other posts from several people about it not working. I have been using it as directed 2 times a day cream and the belly dvd, i can for sure see a change, in just under 2 weeks time. I dont exercise but i do stay busy through out most days, such as taking care of my kids, shopping, cleaning.. those sort of things. I never go to a gym or do anything like that. My clothes are slightly bigger then befor, and i thought to go and buy a few pairs of shorts as its summer now, i have been in a size 15- 16 since i can remember after having my youngest daughter which is now 6. When i went shopping i went to 2 different stores and got a size 15 because thats what i normally wear, well. i returned the one pair and got a size 13 instead and they fit great now, the other pair i wear to bed as night shorts as there to loose to wear in the day. I have 4 children, and my stomach was always the problem for me, i seen the comercial and thought what the heck..40 bucks is chump change..so i gave it a shot, and almost 2 weeks later, I can see i’ve lost inches off my belly, my clothes prove it. Dont knock it till you have tried it. Good Luck to everyone who plans on buying it also..xx

July 4, 2012 at 4:15 am
(420) Angel says:

You can do the exact same thing with Saran Wrap! It gets hot under there, and will melt the fat off. Just like this product claims to do. My husband introduced it to me and I was skeptical, but he was right! The only thing is it gets hot quick wearing it and you can’t really wear the Saran Wrap outside the house, because you crinkle when you move. LOL

July 4, 2012 at 9:42 pm
(421) jaci says:

well i got the tummy tuck program and i really saw some results.. unfortunately i developed a terrible rash from the creme. i am going to keep going with the belt and the 2 minute exercise that goes with it. i sure hope this program doesn’t totally depend on the creme.

July 5, 2012 at 9:40 am
(422) If only u knew says:

All the positive comments are coming from the tummy tuck staff…they get paid for that trust me, I was one of them.

July 5, 2012 at 4:11 pm
(423) julie says:

Not true. I am not paid by these folks and it worked for me.

July 5, 2012 at 8:17 pm
(424) christina says:

To all the people who are saying the negitive remarks about the tummy tuck belt this one is for you! Maybe some of us people dont have the thousands of dollars to get surgery like alot of other people do, do we worry about it NOOOO! Dr’s that are leavin remarks about it why dont you try to help some of us people out clearly you have the money to help out the people who are in need of this, O but I guess putting up some money and time to do this is just to hard for you huh but you sit and make comments about you, WHY dont you do some studing on this product since it bugs you so much the Dr’s dont say who and who didn’t do this. And the gyms! Maybe some of us have lives WITH CHILDREN that need to be there either as a stay home mother or father, and some of us have to work to make ends meet. Not everyone in the world could just get up and do what you think you all should say! The main comment I would like to make is…..W

July 6, 2012 at 12:58 pm
(425) 2tIwfY8rz says:
July 6, 2012 at 5:17 pm
(426) M J says:

Why is that people jump to conclusions so quickly the facts are that this form of treatment or idea has been use for centuries, remenber the WILD WEST when woman use to wear tight Corsets. To say that this does n’t work is an understatement. Sometimes I wrap a trash bag around my belly and start on my workout walking at a fast paced and by the time I finish the trash bag was full of sweat from my workout. I did this for a month and lost 40 pounds. I would n’t say that the Tummy Tuck is not worth your time or money you could wear it for your tummy appearance, it will flaten your belly and this is a fact because woman use two wear these Corsets to tighten their waist and it worked in addition the Tummy Tuck its no difference from a Girdle & Girdles are prescribe by Doctors to patients with Hernias. A Girdle will support your back so will the Tummy Tuck. Consult your Medical Health Provider.

July 6, 2012 at 5:25 pm
(427) M J says:

Why is that people jump to conclusions so quickly the facts are that this form of treatment or idea has been use for centuries, remenber the WILD WEST when woman use to wear tight Corsets. To say that this does n’t work is an understatement. Sometimes I wrap a trash bag around my belly and start on my workout walking at a fast paced and by the time I finish the trash bag was full of sweat from my workout. I did this for a month and lost 40 pounds. I would n’t say that the Tummy Tuck is not worth your time or money you could wear it for your tummy appearance, it will flaten your belly and this is a fact because woman use two wear these Corsets to tighten their waist and it worked in addition the Tummy Tuck its no difference from a Girdle & Girdles are prescribe by Doctors to patients with Hernias. A Girdle will support your back so will the Tummy Tuck. Consult your Medical Health Provider.So dont listen to these fools if you believe you can do it go for it.

July 7, 2012 at 7:21 am
(428) Hoping in hawaii says:

Well I just got the tummy tuck on line,and when it comes I will be sure to let everyone see from start to finish. Wish me luck.

July 8, 2012 at 2:59 am
(429) martha says:

Well it is guaranteed with money back if you dont like it so what do you have to lose if it doesnt work?

July 8, 2012 at 8:14 pm
(430) Bernadette Moore says:

I actually took my time reading the comments on this blog. It amazes me that anytime someone says something positive, the “nay-sayers” assume that these people work for the company. This may be true in some cases, however until you try it, you will never know what works for me.
As a boxer, I have seen numerous methods come and go for attaining awesome abs or a smaller belly. This is actually my problem area. I just ordered the tummy tuck product and will post my success or lack there of.
I have used other creams that accellorate the burning of fat around the stomach area. Boxers used Abolene or vasaline petroleum products to suffocate the cells and cause the covered area to sweat more. Along with exercise, some of these methods work. Unfortunately, not many have mentioned what to do after they lose the inches. These methods can be a catapult to helping one be able to workout a little more by seeing small results. It is really hard to get going sometimes but a little change in conjunction to a better diet can help more people than imagined. Good luck to those trying the product. Please, try to incorporate as much exercise or activities possible even though they promise success without having to exercise. You might actually enjoy working out more than you expected. Be blessed!

July 9, 2012 at 2:37 am
(431) click here says:

I every time spent my half an hour to read this webpage’s content all the time along with a mug of coffee.

July 9, 2012 at 4:34 am
(432) lisa says:

Hi I sell body wraps similar to this tummy tuck product and although I never tried the tummy tuck system …I have used the body wraps and after 45 Mins you see results.You must drink lots of water and eat healthy along with using the product but it works…thank you. I have. My own. Website if anyone is interested.

July 9, 2012 at 9:13 am
(433) cathy says:

To EML and others that claim this works,

While I do agree to a certain extent about what you said of FDA, I don’t think anybody would have any allergies to sugar pills either which is exactly what this new contraption is. The same as the HCG weight loss plan. So what are those ingredients, and did you actually did a chemical analysis to see if even those ingredients are actually in the cream. Here is something really funny….I went to a women simposium and of course they were selling another contraption for weight loss sarah wrap and probably prep H. The guy who was selling it was telling me that his wife is using it and it works on her…I saw his wife too since he pointed her out… I don’t think I would like to look like her, she was seriously overweight to put it nicely. I just had a baby a little over a year ago and I am having problems loosing weight but that is purely because I stop exercising due to lack of time. I eat less than before, work around the clock, and still cannot loose the last 20 lbs I’ve wanted to loose. It is a medical fact that even with regular exercise and a change in eating habit you’d be lucky to loose a pound in a week. The bliss of being educated is that one tends not to believe everything is sold out there and even if there is a drop of truth in any of those claims don’t trust half of it. Use your head, put your money to work for yourself not against you, and if you really don’t need that 40 bucks send it to me, I am taking donations.

July 9, 2012 at 9:48 am
(434) Sarah says:

So I folded and bought this product paid in full 49.21. I was called briefly after my purchase and harassed to agree to testing another product where I was promised a gas card BUT I had to give my CC# over the phone. I denied them several times and refused all extra services. A month later I was charged a recurring amount of 26.98 on my CC. I called and asked and was never answered why I was charged, just to place a specific number on my package and send it back. I have never heard anything like this. DO NOT PURCHASE this item from the website. If you feel the need to buy this product get it on ebay or amazon and not through the actual website.

July 9, 2012 at 3:11 pm
(435) Chante' says:

Well I was told I absolutely needed a tummy tuck…but opted for lipo to my back sides and belly, and I swear I think my surgeon purposely left fat in my abdomen section, to prove that a tummy tuck is what I need. My sides and back look awesome, but my belly is just a tad bit better. I honestly feel that this is a way to make more money, I tell you what, before I spend another $6,000, on painful surgery and a long recovery, I will try this tummy tuck belt! If it doesn’t work, then I will consider a tummy tuck…..maybe…but I rather not……

July 9, 2012 at 7:16 pm
(436) Ericka says:

Hi Lisa, I would like to know about your body wraps? What is your website?

July 10, 2012 at 6:01 am
(437) Rachel says:

this product is not scamming you for your money. i would rather try the tummy tuck which costs about 40$, than spend thousands on an actual tummy tuck. every company has a certain amount of disclosure, even plastic surgery offices. my best friend who looked like the same people on the tummy tuck commercial when he was 300 pounds. he lost weight THEN got a tummy tuck. and thanks to it he has a gigantic scar starting from is belly button all the way up to his chest. there is nothing said in the infomercial that the tummy tuck method gives you the same results as an actual plastic surgery tummy tuck. in fact, if you are overweight and get a plastic surgery tummy tuck, you would need to get liposuction first, then a tummy tuck. thousands of dollars for giant scars and stretch marks? so dont tell people they’re being “scammed” from a 40$ product, when you’re glorifying a medical procedure that most americans cant afford, and has killed many people in the past and present.

July 10, 2012 at 7:02 am
(438) Patti says:

For those of you who are determined to waste $40 because you are able to throw that much money away, you can buy this product at Bed Bath and Beyond for the same amount or if you have the 20% off coupon it will be even less. If you are not happy with the results at least you are able to return it, not so with the informercial.
For the lady with arthritis and recent back surgery, you will be able to swim in a few weeks. I have had 6 back surgeries plus I have Fibromyalgia and I can still walk and swim for exercise. By cutting out the Fats and Carbs along with a moderate exercise program 3x/week I guarantee you will loose inches and keep it off.
Sarah the package you received was probably more of the cream and in small print it states automatic shipment every 30 days.
Martha good luck getting your $$ back.

July 10, 2012 at 8:37 am
(439) To Rachel says:

Truer words have never been spoken.

July 11, 2012 at 3:25 pm
(440) Diana says:

Well I bought it. I’m not that out of shape and wanted to see if it would work. I did try it and did see some results, but Any exercise would get the same result without the tummytuck belt and cream. I didn’t feel anything working with the cream. to me I felt it was bogus and stopped using it.
Buyer beware! If you really want to buy this product, carefully inspect the website upon purchase. There’s a hidden clause or something indicating that you Are Being Enrolled for an “automatic monthly shipment of their “thermal accelerator”. I was unaware of this selection on the screen and I read it carefully.
Anyway I bought it, then one month later I was billed $30.47 I wrote and called to complain. the person I spoke to said the billing would stop and no more shipments would arrive at my door. The shipment stopped, but i was billed again for $19.99. Ok that’s it. I sent them another email demanding a refund. they kindly sent me an email that they can’t do that type of transaction over email, so I called customer service in the morning, and the customer service rep was really nice and gave me my refund – minus shipping & handling for the product I never ordered.
All’s well that ends well. I get my money back minus 6 bucks.
Go ahead and buy it if you need some help exercising, cuz that’s all it is. But again pay careful attention to the “automatic shipment” clause somewhere on the order form.

July 12, 2012 at 8:33 am
(441) Kiara says:

*1., and 4., contradict one another, and the claim is not that you refrain from exercise, and healthy eating. However, with ANY tummy restraint you will see results if you wear it long-term anyhow.

July 12, 2012 at 7:04 pm
(442) Novaman says:

Just got a package in the mail today, I opened it and here are two tubes of”fat accelerator cream”. Addressed to me? I called them and after being on hold forever they tell Meir was ordered under my name to my address but the credit card wasn’t mine. They did tell me that the two easy payments were were do one month apart and that every two months more product would be shipped. I called my wife and yep she fell for the scam but was shocked it came to my name as she had never given it. I told her about the new product every month and she had no clue, she thought it was just two items and done. Thank god I got he mail today and talked to her, she is calling and canceling first thing tonight!

July 12, 2012 at 11:43 pm
(443) Undecided says:

PLEASE read the fine print below (directly from the website)…Please note that they say as AN ADDED BONUS…they will UPGRADE you to automatic payments for the accelerator cream…

You’ll also receive a full 30 day supply of Thermal Accelerator cream. Simply apply this specially formulated cream to your midsection at the start of each 10 minute Tummy Tuck session. Plus, as an added bonus, we’ll upgrade you to our convenient Tummy Tuck continuity program so you can continue to melt away the fat from your belly. Starting in 30 days, and then every 60 days, we’ll send you a fresh 2 month supply of Thermal Accelerator cream for just $19.99 per month, plus $6.99 shipping and handling. You can cancel at anytime by calling our 800 customer service number, and it comes with our 30 day money back guarantee.

July 14, 2012 at 8:41 am
(444) Mohamed says:

You people, have to see the MIRACLE MEDICINES’ ads on low quality TV Egyptian TV channels that CURES EVERY SINGLE discovered and undiscovered sickness on the plant.

Glade to know we are not the only ones :|

July 16, 2012 at 7:42 pm
(445) Shopping Info says:

Hey there! This post could not be written any better!

Reading this post reminds me of my previous room mate!
He always kept talking about this. I will forward this page to him.

Fairly certain he will have a good read. Thank you for sharing!

July 17, 2012 at 2:58 pm
(446) Maternity Clothes Melbourne says:

Thanks for writing this information on the internet.

July 17, 2012 at 6:25 pm
(447) Alexis says:

I just want to say to those of you who have not walked in our shoes you don’t know our journey. When I say “our” I am referring to those of us who have a Hell of a time losing belly fat!!! I am a 38 year old woman with 2 children and have been overweight the majority of my adult life. I made a conscious decision to really take a weight loss journey last year. I have lost 50 lbs to date by making a lifestyle change. I work out 6 days per week with one of those workouts being a total abdomen workout. I have constantly increased the intensity of my workouts over time so that my body would not grow used to the exercises. I also changed my diet drastically. As I lost those 50 lbs however, I noticed that virtually none of the weight was dropping from my mid-section. I am an educated woman and am considering purchasing the tummy tuck belt because I am at my wits end with the mid-section issue. If you are knocking a possible solution then you need to have a better solution. So, for all of you naysayers since you are totally against this I would ask that you suggest something better since I and many others in this conversation are doing what you previously suggested exercise and diet change!!! Any educational suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

July 18, 2012 at 4:02 am
(448) lupe says:

Omg …. its lupe not sure if I wanna say from where but im sure u dnt know many lupes lol . So I was just about to buy this product and thought before I buy this let me read some reviews . Im going to trust you on this I wont buy it . But it did have me sold . I do have a question for you . What do u think of the b12 shot and lipo shot ? Well hopefully u respond back hope all is well ….
Lupe …..

July 18, 2012 at 12:07 pm
(449) Kennedy C. says:

I have been using this and I believe it works I used it one day without exercise and another day I used it then did a 1 mile run and I could feel it working..I just wanted to add 40 bucks verse 6300 for a Tummy Tuck is still cheaper. Use and conduct your own research and how smart do you expect a customer service rep to been? Even when you call a Dr. Office they always tell you they will have the nurse or someone with a medical degree call you back to answer your questions. People can find and will find a reason to be against something. I will continue to use it and until I have my desired results as for some people that keep bringing up the end date; when you diet and exercise you usually stop when you reach your goal…IF common sense was so common every body would have it!!!

July 18, 2012 at 3:11 pm
(450) cheron says:

It worked for me not everyone has tens of thousands of dol for cosmetic surgery

July 19, 2012 at 6:14 pm
(451) Norma Johnson says:

Sometimes people are so desperate and feel defeated before they even start that they allow themselves to be duped. I say this not as an onlooker but as someone how jumped at the very idea of this product working. I must confess that your article gave me a good laugh, brought me back to my senses and saved me between $45.00 and $50.00. ty

July 20, 2012 at 2:57 pm
(452) Mary says:

So after reading the comments I purchased the belt and gel over 30 days ago and the results has blew my mind. I mean it works so well I lost 7 inches so far and loss 19 pounds. I didn’t have to run or exercise at all. This stuff rocks ordered another one a week ago still waiting for it to come. I wear it only twice a day morning and at night. It leaves a deep warming sensation for a few hours, which is soothing when I have my menstrual cycle cramps. It’s like a tow in one. I can see my feet now. Guys thos who are afraid to use it you wont be sorry. Make sure to order your right size the tighter the better I say. LOVE IT! Goodluck! P.S only downfall s i that I over spent trying on new clothes that fit my new figure. Excitting!!!

July 20, 2012 at 3:00 pm
(453) mary says:

So after reading the comments I purchased the belt and gel over 30 days ago and the results has blew my mind. I mean it works so well I lost 7 inches so far and loss 19 pounds. I didn’t have to run or exercise at all. This stuff rocks ordered another one a week ago still waiting for it to come. I wear it only twice a day morning and at night. It leaves a deep warming sensation for a few hours, which is soothing when I have my menstrual cycle cramps. It’s like a two in one. I can see my feet now.

July 20, 2012 at 9:06 pm
(454) Rosemary says:

The comments ppl leave!!!!! Some are so rude ,while others are understanding. I just now purchased this Belt and all I can do is hope and pray it works. I am a 58 year young grandmother with 21 grandchildren , I have had several Back-surgeries along with 1 neck surgery. I have tried every fad diet & diet pills that have been out there, YET I am NOT giving up as long as I can walk and do mild excersize . All I have to say is “Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it ” Sure $40.00 is $40..00 ………. yet Dibetic medicine would cost alot more.

July 20, 2012 at 9:45 pm
(455) alisa says:

Hi Lisa, I would like to know about your body wraps? What is your website?

July 21, 2012 at 9:44 am
(456) anna says:

I disagree with u that the uneducated are the ones watching late night tv. Does this mean that you are part of that population since it seems u are watching late not tv and posted at a time when most are sleeping.

July 21, 2012 at 11:30 am
(457) Unbelieveable says:

BBB = Better Buisness Bureau..

Just sayin!!

July 22, 2012 at 7:27 am
(458) Gigi says:

Normally when another person is speaking so badly about a product they often are trying to sell you their products and from the looks of things that is exactly what is happening here. I’m more interested in having a open dialog with another who has experienced this product first hand. I’m not interested in having a person to speak bad about a product that haven’t had any experience with the product directly.

Imagine, if you had a product for sell that you invented which could happen to any of us and then to find that another is speaking negatively about your product and to make matters worse they haven’t tried your product hands on. That to me is just “bad business”. Then on top of the entire process that same person and then trying to get people to buy their products.

Good luck to those that are giving this product a try!! When I purchase I’ll post my comments and/or remarks from personal experience.

July 22, 2012 at 8:56 am
(459) Desperate says:

I’m desperate to lose weight! I’ve done the healthy eating diets and working out, but it’s take a long time! I’ve only lost like 2 pounds this week! I’m gonna call and see what more information they can tell me about it. I think i might try it…

July 22, 2012 at 1:33 pm
(460) Joel Sheppard says:

Does this actually work?

July 22, 2012 at 2:01 pm
(461) Ike says:

I want to thank everyone that have actually tried the product for your comments. It seems the overwhelming consensus is the product works for most people. I’m going to go the prepaid c. Card route… As for the rest of you that commented without trying it I wish you’d take your crap elsewhere. I have decided to disregard your bs and try it.

July 22, 2012 at 4:06 pm
(462) dee says:

It does not work and they take out more money from your account so watch out I am already into them for 120.00 dollars because they forget to tell you that they send the cream and they fat burning pills and they are 27 dollars apiece it is all a crock just another money maker

July 23, 2012 at 6:06 am
(463) lmao^.^ says:

Ughh…everyone who says they are so busy lol bull crap u took like a 4 page message
of a useless opinion ill sum this page up for you folks….
Military chick say =Prep H and Saran wraps works not long term usage though…
Sum.dude says = Dollar store ace bondage works (like 3 bucks?)
And the other belts mentions etc..basically make u sweat bullets which is good for but once u intake a lot of water u will retain some back…
Add for the tummy tuck it costs 40 to do what all these cheaper versions also do..but if u wanna feel fancy and just by something mode expensive be my guest lol idc but anyways

July 23, 2012 at 6:10 am
(464) can't sleep lol says:

Ughh…everyone who says they are so business lol bull crap u toe like a 4 page message
of a useless opinion ill sum this page up for you folks….
Military chick say =Prep H and Saran wraps works not long term usage though…
Sum.dude says = Dollar store ace bondage works (like 3 bucks?)
And the other belts mentions etc..basically make u sweat bullets which is good for but once u intake a lot of water u will retain some back…
Add for the tummy tuck it vista 40 to do what all these cheaper versions also do..but if u wanna feel fancy and just by something mode expensive be my guest lol idc but anyways

July 25, 2012 at 3:43 pm
(465) juli says:

to pam. wingard ,
wh o had a stroke after using this 10 min. tummy tuck belt after 3 weeks.

Did it ever occur to you that this maybe caused by a sideeffect to a chem

ingredients in the thermal accelerator? I am wondering myself for my

blood pressure shoot-up 224/104 after I used it 3 times. That’s 21/2 days

of used. I am reading all the comments to find out if anyone had the

same experience.

July 26, 2012 at 12:59 am



some sick a**hole just called and my grandson answered the phone..My grandson wanted to know who was calling. the MAN said he wanted him to give him a b*** j**. My 10 old grandson said what is that.
The peace of s**t said for him to suck his dick for him. I have reported this number to the police for all that sick peace of s**t said to my 10 old grandson.
I have reported them to the FBI too for each thing the man told my grandson.
I was in the bath at the time of the call. Thank GOD my phone records all phone calls right away.
The sick a**hole told my grandson some other sick things I would rather leave off here.
I am getting a LOS ANGELS law office in the morning.
I ordered a Tummy TUCK 3 days ago. NOW I have been getting called 25 to 30 each day.
Lets see what happens WHEN the law office gets after the company and the FBI.



July 26, 2012 at 1:02 pm
(467) feralmom says:

Let’s not say “oh you lazy piece of s***. Get to gym if you want to lose weight!” I was built like a brick s***house from my early teens till my mid thirties. Then I just HAD to go and have a baby. Best thing that ever happened to me but—goodbye flat stomach. Maybe its the c- section, maybe its just age. But i can’t get my old figure back. And I DO the gym thing 3 times a week, 90 minutez per workout combining cardio and weight training. I eat right. I’ve lost some weight but notice that my belly skin now looks loose and saggy. So for forty bucks i might give it a shot. I’m getting desperate and its cheaper than a real tummy tuck . Which leaves a NASTY scar, btw

July 28, 2012 at 10:44 am
(468) Dee says:

I just received yesterday via rush delivery. Products work differently some may be satified and other may not be. So, will try for 2 weeks in no results you will see another comment from me! My only issue was the cost of $31.12 for the shipping because I did rush delivery. I was charged $14.95 rush, $9.99 S & H and another $6.99 for the FREE boosting pills. When I e-mailed Customer Service to complain they said they would be issuing credit for the $14.95.

July 29, 2012 at 5:02 pm
(469) MadCowMom says:

I can’t believe I have spent the afternoon reading this! You guys are great! Entertaining and pretty dang informative! Hey..guy who reads this with a mug of coffee each time…im with you dude!

July 31, 2012 at 3:05 pm
(470) Its all in your head says:

Wether you think you can, or you think you cant, you’re right.

If you think the belt will work, then try it (I recommend the pre-paid card route) if you think its a scam then dont try it.

I do find it amusing that the ones who posted that they tried it and it doesnt work, also post about the major issues they’ve had with spending too much. Bad experiences lead to dissatisfaction in the product regardless of whether it worked or not.

Just my opinion… I have never tried this belt, but have used the slim-wraps. These seem like the same thing only “easier” to use.

August 1, 2012 at 2:46 pm
(471) Britt says:

I actually got the belt and cream about a month ago, I have lost 3 inches. I have excess tummy fat due to having kids and only weigh about 125, Im not wanting to lose weight, just belly fat. I too thought this was a scam but I thought I would try it anyway and if I didn’t like it return it, they have a 30 day trial. So far, I’m pleased. I’m not sure how it works but I was a skeptic but it actually working for me. Not all products are for everyone.

August 2, 2012 at 5:10 am
(472) Menstrual Cramps says:

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August 3, 2012 at 10:27 am
(473) Gord Burns says:

If this product really worked it would be promoted and used by Oprah, Kristy Alley and other stars. These women have tons of money to burn and would not hesitate to spend it on this if it worked. So many stars promote Jenny Craig, weight watchers, Atkins diet, south beach diet, nutra system. Why do none of them promote this? Makes you wonder.

August 3, 2012 at 3:10 pm
(474) mmoss says:

I can not speak to the product directly – but I can say that they have an unethical purchase and check out policy – and if you are not aware, you will get billed monthly for the stuff.

BEWARE of this company and their policy.

August 7, 2012 at 7:17 am
(475) Mary says:

I just saw the infomercial a few minutes ago. Im thinking about getting it. Nothing will make your tummy just disappear but if nothing else it will be a bit of inspiration Over the last 2 1/2 years Ive lost 124lbs. through exercise and diet Now create a wrap for my thighs:)

August 9, 2012 at 5:09 am
(476) Pat says:

BEFORE you purchase this product read this article: ishen.hubpages.com/hub/An-Honest-Review-of-Tummy-Tuck-Belt

FOR those of you who are STILL considering purchasing this product, try this first:

1) Purchase the Thermal Accelarator Cream from EBAY
2) Purchase a
a) Sauna Belt
b) Ab Toning Belt
c) Rubber Foam Waist Trimmer Belt ($5 Walmart)
d) A standard girdle
3) Apply the cream to your mid section before using a Belt or Girdle.

- This is cheaper than buying the actual product
- You don’t have to worry about being automatically charged for the
Thermal Accelerator Cream every month.
- You don’t have to deal with the hassles of Returning the product AT
YOUR cost.
- You don’t have to deal with the hassles of trying to get a REFUND or the hassles of dealing with customer service representatives who live in another country who can’t always understand your questions.

August 11, 2012 at 4:24 pm
(477) Pam says:

I tried the tummy tuck. Mainly, I lost 50 dollars. I should have stopped the buying process- after the computerized sales person tried to upsell me about 10 times.
I reduced calories, did other excercise and used the tummy tuck as directed. The only reason I lost 1 inch off my tummy, was likely because of the 4 minutes of sit-ups I did daily to “activiate” the thermal cream.

My advice- do crunches, reduce calories- buy a spanx on sale and save 50.00

August 12, 2012 at 8:17 am
(478) confused in north carolina says:

never used the product but I saw the informerial and did consider trying it but I decided to read up on it before making a purchase. Glad I did, I have (grave desease) and it is very hard for me to lose weigh, Not sure if this well help, but according to my doctor if I continue to take my medicine the way I am suppose to then my weight will fall off. My hormones are not were they are suppose to be. I said that to say this, I was once one hundred and thirty seven pounds,now I am one hundred and ninty- eight pounds and older. please listen to your doctor before making a final decision.

August 12, 2012 at 2:32 pm
(479) L says:

I read the early comments and want to point out the obvious. You cannot say the product works when you are ALSO exercising and losing weight. That is not a good trial or testimonial.. We KNOW exercising and weight loss cause you to lose inches, duh!

August 12, 2012 at 2:52 pm
(480) Technocroat says:

A veeery long discussion, aparently a lot of people want to lose weight the easy way. Unfortunately a lot of gullable people and ignorant comments. NOT ONE person ever question and explained the most important point: by what metabolistic proccess can a cream ‘burn’ fat? Please use your brain and research this. There is no way a fat gets burned by any topical cream.

August 12, 2012 at 3:02 pm
(481) Pete says:

It amazes me the number of comments here that espouse the drastically positive results of this product. The majority of people who leave these positive comments sound nearly identical to the infomercial claims in their own. Further they sound much like the “unpaid, nonprofessional testimonials, ” we often see in these infomercial and website meanderings.

My sincerest apologies to those who will find my comment offensive, but I have no doubt in my mind that the great majority of these people who are defending this product here are either employees of, or in some way paid by or linked to, the provider of the product.

Shame on them.

August 12, 2012 at 3:42 pm
(482) Peter Jonah says:

This comment is specifically for (224) Jon:

Please, be aware that Preparation H and any of it’s generic equivalents have nothing to do with the “thermal process.” They are simply diuretics. They do NOT reduce fat in any way. As diuretics they simply remove water from the body. They shrink hemorrhoid tissue by this method. If you are covering large parts of your body with a diuretic you are merely create a localized dehydration. As a person who suffered a sever dehydration incident while in the US Military, and as a former body builder, I can tell you that hydration is key to weight loss and weight control. You may receive some short term aesthetic benefit, but the risk of severe dehydration outweighs looking “cut” for an hour or so. I don’t know if you’ll ever read this comment but you should really research what you are truly doing to yourself for your own safety. If you know friends who are using hemorrhoid treatment creams and ointments for the same reason you should warn them too.

August 13, 2012 at 4:04 pm
(483) Rob says:

People, think clearly when you read the “testaments” that claim the product works. If you look closely at the ones who try hard to be convincing you’ll realize they are fake. For instance, examine the following comment, which I quote directly (the errors in grammar, punctuation, etc. are not mine)

“i understand y ppl would think this product doesnt work, but i bought the product and i have lost 1/2 inch the first week. in three weeks i lost 3 inches…ppl dont say what does and doesnt work unless u have tryed it for urself…just because it doesnt sound right doesnt mean it isnt!!!!! i/j”

If you pay attention you will see that several simple words are misspelled while more difficult ones are spelled properly. This is uncommon even in a lazy typist. While the person leaving the message appears to be ignorant of proper use of apostrophes they use a comma properly, followed by a space as it should be. Further they use ellipses (the … ) more or less properly. In modern usage the ellipse is often not followed by a space, however in previous years it was either three or four periods followed by a space. This is a person who is seeding false testimony of success. They are using intentionally poor “penmanship” in an attempt to make their message more believable. Take it from an ex-cop who has seen plenty of con-artists go down, don’t believe everything you read.

August 13, 2012 at 6:54 pm
(484) Christine says:

Thank u Pat (#479)!!!! I have read through most of these comments but the review article touched on something that discouraged me more than wheather or not the product worked or not, which was the auto shipment of the thermal accelerator cream. THAT part was converniently left out of the infomercial. I have dealt with products that I’ve purchased from infomercials before (like WEN, another hoax). You think you’re paying one price but next month they double the order and u have to go through hell and more money to get your money back. If a product was as good as these people say they wouldn’t have to resort to such tactics as holding a person’s wallet hostage to get people to reorder it, we would do it because we actually WANTED to. And SMH at all the cattiness I see back and forth on this forum. People getting so defensive like they make this product in their bathtub or something, lol. This is for informational purposes only people, leave the drama to Maury.

August 14, 2012 at 11:59 am
(485) Ms Yola says:

Skeptics! The Tummy Tuck Belt works for those who are not totally obese. Any determine or desperate human being have to use common sense before buying the unit. I’m a running anyways but wanted a flatter stomach removing the cellulite and elastic skin around my naval. I like, I have lost inches off my waist and recommend it to those who are not 300-400 pounds or more. Obese individuals will need surgery or stop over-eating and start running….Simple. 10 minutes is true no bull. I also combined the unit within my exercising.

August 14, 2012 at 4:54 pm
(486) Lani says:


August 14, 2012 at 10:11 pm
(487) RObert says:

Ha Ha, Drink the Koolaide.. .hee hee, it’s only forty bucks.. .
These people are clever and as someone mentioned I would say the reviews are probably planted, there is “NO SCIENTIFIC PROOF” and if it really worked you would have heard about on the
“Dr.s or even Dr.OZ”

August 14, 2012 at 10:28 pm
(488) robert says:

Ha Ha, Go ahead drink the KOOLAIDE, Why
HAVEN”T SEEN this featued on the
**Dr.s or Dr. Oz** just go to Amazon to see what real people are saying…
these people are scammers and with lots of your money to help perpituate the scam

August 15, 2012 at 1:24 am
(489) kee kee says:

I can remember a few years ago a product came out and the company who invented this particular product had people who worked for them give excellent reviews on the product (of course these people posed as just “regular” customers who purchased, used and were getting great results from this product!) This was years ago so I cant remember exactly what the product was or how did these people get busted! But all I’m saying is how do we know this is not happening again. The people claiming great things could just as well be working for this company & getting paid to “sell this product”

August 15, 2012 at 1:46 am
(490) kee kee says:

But on another note, like someone mentioned above, how much does it cost to have the tummy tuck surgery versus paying $40 for this product?? Then, maybe it’s worth the try. And also if the doctors that’s on here posting negative stuff, if they really want to help, why not try the product and post a review on it. They have more than enough money to do so.

August 18, 2012 at 10:20 am
(491) gio says:

I’m considering purchasing the tummy melt belt. However I do realise that though you can continue eating as you have you must make some changes. If you are an emotional eater as myself this isn’t going to solve the addiction. Therefore if I do buy this product I must make heart healthier choices and cut my portions.

Another thing the cream only lasts for a month. A new tube is $25. I have a lot of thinking to do.

August 18, 2012 at 3:57 pm
(492) joe says:

I can’t believe there are so many people talking about this; anyone who thinks that this will work in anyway ever is as dense as a rock to be nice about it. I am a trainer and wanted to laugh at some garbage weight loss methods and ended up here. To all of you who have been fooled i wish you good luck in life, you will need it.

August 18, 2012 at 4:22 pm
(493) connie says:

just wanted to voice my opinion. I would try anything before a tummy tuck. I had tummy tuck 4 yrs ago, almost died. Got e-coli within a week, emergency surgery, isolation ICU, a day away from kidney dialysis. Then months of home health, had wound vac, most painful thing ever. After 6 months got wound vac off, stomach looked like a freak show. Went to another dr. who did 3 reconstructive surgeries ( that I had to pay for), lots of pain, busted stitches cause tissue just not good. Attorneys (tried 5) did not want to spend money to do trial cause so hard to win in St. Louis county. I am out thousands……, nightmare to go thru, and look worse than ever have. Wouldve spent money on this if I had known. SOOOOOOO not worth money, agony and self esteem size of a pea to think of anyone seeing my belly

August 19, 2012 at 5:02 am
(494) momof1 says:

well im gona buy this tonight and see wat happens. i’ve tried erthing from sensa to hydroxycut and i can tell u that this seems reasonable and worth a try. I do exercise and eat rite now and have lost weight but i think this will help me alot in the tummy area so i think that this is alot cheaper than gettin plastic surgery. Im mean there will always be people out there putting down things they know nuthing about and dnt understand. And for those of u who say work out and eat rite like u well go jump off a cliff. Dont judge wat people do bcuz we are all human. There will alway be gud reviews and bad but at the end of the day you have to get wats best for you. So with that being said Im gona buy it and im gona see how it works and i will put up and youtube video everyweek after i get it jus to show u guys how it works and if it works. i kno alot of peopler say they will do it but i actuallt have a channel n do post so u guys will be hearing from me. Best of luck to u all and me

August 19, 2012 at 5:13 am
(495) momof1 says:


August 19, 2012 at 7:59 am
(496) Colleen says:

I am willing to try this product. I would also like to mention another product that helps you lose belly fat. It is dieter’s tea. There are several brand names like: 3ballerina, Organic Smooth Move, etc. Basically the tea is a laxative made with Senna. It does make you go – so be careful not to take the first dose when you will be away from access to a bathroom! So what happens is that cleans out your intestines and literately moves all the crap out of your body – it has had slimming effects on me only after 1 week! This combined with watching what I eat (just eating a little less) has worked! I have lost 2 lbs of belly fat after only 1 week. This product might not be for you – it is inconvenient to be near a bathroom for the first couple days but I have had success!

August 20, 2012 at 12:14 am
(497) Sandy says:

Have been using the cream and belt for a month. I chose to do some modified sit ups (50) in place of the stand up crunches. My husband is also doing the program with stand up crunches only. He has lost at least 2-3 inches on his belly. I didn’t have as much to lose but am FINALLY reducing the belly fat that has been there for 15 years. To all skeptics, the band and cream works. If you don’t want to buy it and try it, that will be your loss.

August 21, 2012 at 1:42 pm
(498) Rachel says:

There is no need for fake, ridiculous products like this. I have found the real solution to unwanted extra weight around the middle, and I though you guys might like it.

First, you do 3 sets of 15 crunches. Takes about 3 minutes. Then repeat that on the left side and then on the right. Repeat or throw in some other motions for best results.

Finally, cut your calorie intake to somewhere above 1200 for a woman and 1800 for a man, but keep it below the number you need to function daily. Its called the calorie deficit system. I just made that up.

Except for my 10 minute program of crunches and a slight cut in calories, you don’t have to change your lifestyle. I’ve been at it for a couple of months now. I lost several inches and the best part; no harmful side effects!

August 21, 2012 at 7:06 pm
(499) MAD AS HELL says:

I called a purchased this today for 2 payments of $19.95 plus shipping and handling! Of course I should have hung up when I didn;t talk to a actual person but I order things all the time so if didn’t really bother me! At the end of the order it says my bill is $107.49.. I have been trying to call to cancel and the numbers don’t work to cancel! THIS IS A SCAM ALL THE WAY AROUND!

August 22, 2012 at 6:16 am
(500) james gilluy says:

I tried this cream in my protein shake and i lost my butt and my tummy! Its a miracle :0

August 22, 2012 at 10:23 am
(501) skincare says:

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August 22, 2012 at 11:02 pm
(502) South Texas Gal says:

Well up late one night and saw this product, ipurchased it. I don’t wear twice a day like I should, I do zumba three times a week. Its been almost a week now, no results. Side affect, I think I got the wrong size, I felt like I wanted to throw up and it keeps rollong down in the back.

August 25, 2012 at 4:51 pm
(503) wanda says:

The. People who has the belt on are skinny and the people who. Needs it never puts it on

August 26, 2012 at 7:30 am
(504) Todd says:

People- just try it! It’s like the lottery. You know you’re never going to win, but it’s a hell of a lot of fun to be able to dream about winning. It just costs a little more. 40 bucks never bankrupted anyone. Just wear it to the gym and it will work.

August 26, 2012 at 2:23 pm
(505) wetmozes says:

For the time it takes to do read and type a post…has anyone tried jumping rope? 10 mins a day and lost 45 #…..a jump rope costs $5 bucks, this is just another scam…sad….

August 26, 2012 at 6:06 pm
(506) Amador Almanza says:

ughhhh! I am sick of scams and actors acting or posing as just regular Joe Blow and Schmoes along with Jane Doe’s and Does…act after all. Lying is in full effect. I wish, like gun control keeps getting tougher and tougher…when does the madness stop! Networks who allow this advertising dismiss themselves from any wrong doing….as they claim they do not endorse this product yada yada…Well, I don’t know what you all think, but I think they should bear some responsibility for not screening these yahoo’s! At least be taxed for every commercial allowed to aired that they pay into an agency that will monitor these snake oil driven sudden prop n drop make shift companies with no one to trace when you want your money back. There should be an agency that is bonded, where the company’s approved after going through scrutiny and licensing should be paying a fee where it covers the customer who files a claim or simply wants their money back. Hey, if they can pay for air time they can pay for that fee…at least if they go this route, they will be allowing approved products not at risk or money draining scams, not to mention the anxiety of trying to get your “money back” guarantee…yeah right! With today’s computer age, this should already be done deal. Taking care of the poor and working class. Thats my take on this issue! Some one get this ball rolling and present legislation!

August 27, 2012 at 9:36 am
(507) Lisa says:

Well people I read all the comments and I just ordered the product. If I buy a girdle I would be spending the same amount so, why not try it.

August 29, 2012 at 1:54 pm
(508) percy says:

The tummy tuck belt is a hoax. They charge me arm an leg for a product that does not work. they even put u on a automatic shipping of their cream that even if u cancel they still charge u a lot of money. THEY ARE A HOAX, BEWARE!!!

August 29, 2012 at 1:58 pm
(509) percy says:

Yes, how many people will still be victimized by this company for hard earned dollars! Company like tummy tuck belt makes me not want to purchase any thing onlike. They are such a big scamm out there to get your money…Oh please dont be a victim like me. They a have a lot of hidden charges!

August 29, 2012 at 8:36 pm
(510) Tracy says:

I am concerned about the long term effects of the product. How long until a class action lawsuit is filed due to some unknown complication. I too wanted to read the case study. Anyone with a legitimate claim would want to publish this cream. They never breakdown how the cream works. What is it doing to the fat cells? What are the chances of damage to tissue or any cells? Buyer beware, if it sounds too good to be true, you are likely a claimant in a future class action lawsuit.

I am not a doctor. I do have a Master’s degree. I am educated enough to read a case study and determine if the study provides significant support or not to the hypothesis.

August 30, 2012 at 12:42 am
(511) Dawn says:

I have not tried the product yet. Whether the accelerator cream works or not, i do not know. The belt is a girdle, which will slim you which is a plus. A girdle is like a personal trainer for your stomach. So girdles do work. Remember losing inches is not weight loss. So please do not underestimate or overestimate. If it works for you, then it is a success.

August 30, 2012 at 3:52 am
(512) lynn says:

I am watching the infomercial now.& thought about trying it but after reading all the bad reviews on different sites I think I will keep my money & keep hitting the gym. Thanks for saving me.some $$$$

August 30, 2012 at 8:44 am
(513) m.bernstine says:

I want to thank everyone for sharing the pros and cons it helpEd me not to buy into emotional unexplored and unexplained studies.tummy tuck should be required to give results of study.these arelives and people hopes they are playing with

September 1, 2012 at 1:58 am
(514) george stephen gill says:

I keep receiving the slimming gel that I do not want!
How to cancel and it is likely being charged to my original
credit card for the merchandize …trying to validate charge
card number now! Help! gsg

September 2, 2012 at 11:10 am
(515) Thomas says:

This blasted thing doesn’t work worth a damn. Been wearing it for 3 months and doing what the instructions say. Nothing. My brother lost weight (47 pounds over the same period) just by going to the gym and I should have followed, but I am not going to lie; I am lazy and just do NOT feel I can apply myself like that. Save your money for a gym membership. I guess it’s about time for me to join him.

September 3, 2012 at 7:39 am
(516) Cindy Gard says:

I knew anything that sounds to good to be true usually is. Then I go to ask.com and they tell me what I already know. Thank you

September 3, 2012 at 11:43 am
(517) Barbie says:

Wondering if the “Family Doctor who wrote this on Feb. 6,
“I am a Family doctor and I will try it, in a month I will let you know if that fat burner works, medically those burners really work but minimally so needs persistence .” ever followed up???

September 4, 2012 at 8:35 pm
(518) Brenda says:

I have to admit I purchased the belt and am waiting for it to get here. I have done low fat and my dail work out routine is speed walking a little over a mile, lifting weights, and doing anywhere from 100-300 tummy crunches on my ball a night. Keep in mind I have been doing this for awhile, even went to a weight loss clinic and endured B12 and lipo injections and took a weight loss pill from the clinic. I cannot lose the extra weight no matter what I do. Nobody can call me lazy and I even work out when I am sick as a dog. I just cant lose my belly…..period. Recently I had gotten so discouraged and am so tired of counting my calories that I just gave up….then I saw this inf omercial one Saturday morning. My stomach that I have had my entire life was almost mirrored on the TV….gross and nasty after three babies and domestic abuse…I am excited but nervous at the same time. I am so embarassed by myself I am uncomfortable beng naked in front of my man…which is truly sad. He is loving and caring and tells me how beautiful I am…..I just dont feel that way. I am hopeful now….I want to look sexy to me too.

September 5, 2012 at 2:12 am
(519) BABA says:

YEPPERZ im gonna try it! hopefully someone youtubes it!

September 5, 2012 at 9:35 am
(520) Michael says:

Thanks for saving me the money,as I suspected this was a way to only appeal to fat,lazy people who don’t and won’t exercise and eat a sensible diet.That and their lack of credibility of their so called “studies” you mentioned and the fact that surgery is the only permanent way to remove excess skin after a weight loss,in my case of 85 pounds.

Thanks Again !

September 6, 2012 at 8:36 am
(521) SID says:

I have tryed topical fat burning creams in the past they did not work.
I don’t know about this I would be careful.

September 6, 2012 at 6:57 pm
(522) Faith says:

I have used & still use the Tummy Tuck Belt and I have to admit that it does work and I have had outstanding results.

September 6, 2012 at 8:41 pm
(523) Danielle says:

I Think it is wrong for you all to call people FAT AND LAZY cause they dont wanna excersise … I Work full time and Take care of my 2 kids and have a Bow buissness out of my home i dont have time to Excerise and dont enjoy it so Yes i do hope they find something that works i dont eat BAD and i dont eat that much and im Allways on the go and NEVER have time to excerise and i have been the same weight since i ahd my son i would LOVE to loose some weight!! Im gonna try it !! I WISH ONLY PEOPLE WHO HAVE TRIED THIS WOULD POST

September 6, 2012 at 8:42 pm
(524) Mamaof2 says:

I Think it is wrong for you all to call people FAT AND LAZY cause they dont wanna excersise … I Work full time and Take care of my 2 kids and have a Bow buissness out of my home i dont have time to Excerise and dont enjoy it so Yes i do hope they find something that works i dont eat BAD and i dont eat that much and im Allways on the go and NEVER have time to excerise and i have been the same weight since i ahd my son i would LOVE to loose some weight!! Im gonna try it !! I WISH ONLY PEOPLE WHO HAVE TRIED THIS WOULD POST Waste of time reading this cause only a few have actually tried it!!!

September 8, 2012 at 12:07 am
(525) Joanne says:

BEWARE! I ordered this product on a Saturday night, then after a few hours, decided I had better do some research. Thankfully, I found this site and read the posts. I immediately, called the company to cancel my order, got their voice mail again, and decided to write a cancellation online on their website. I then cancelled my card immediately so that they would not be able to charge my card. Well, guess what? They attempted to charge my account anyway, twice on Monday and Tuesday, after I had cancelled my card. BEWARE THIS COMPANY IS UNETHICAL. AND WILL CAUSE YOU NOTHING BUT TROUBLE. SO GLAD I TRUSTED MY INSTINCTS AND CANCELLED MY CREDIT CARD BEFORE THEY COULD GET AWAY WITH CHARGING ME AND IGNORING MY CANCELLATION.

September 8, 2012 at 8:53 am
(526) Sheila says:

Saw an expose on 60 minutes or 20/20, one of those….about a fake fat burning pill that contained sugar only. They found a doctor with ease who would pitch it in the infomercial…they gave him all sorts of mis-information that he was happy to regurgitate FIVE MINUTES LATER with great enthusiasm on TV. Absolutely AMAZING. I have never looked at an infomercial the same way again. Nor have I purchased anything from TV…

September 8, 2012 at 1:01 pm
(527) lolo9913 says:

There are sooo many products out there via the internet, tv, and in stores that make claims that people will lose weight/inches with their products. I have tried the cellulite creams, and wrapped my arms, tummy, hips, and thighs to accelerate the results. Believe it or not the Goodbye Cellulite cream by Nivea does work over time. There is no such as thing as overnight success with ANY weight loss product, and there is work involved. There are maybe a handful that do not have to exercise or eat healthy to lose with these products, BUT as the infomercial stipulates, for BEST results it is advised to exercise and have a sensible eating plan. AND, the informercial does state that the photos they show, and the people who are intereviewed are not typical results for everyone. All the photos for commercials are enhanced to some degree, because it’s all about the propaganda;-) With MOST products, such as the Tummy Tuck system they give what the gradual results are. Yes, you are going to lose the water weight in the first 7 days, so the company states the first initial loss within 7 days. It’s true what some of the above views say, “Unless you try it, don’t knock it!” You take risks with anything you purchase, no matter where you buy it. Shoot, you can have side effects from the foods you purchase at grocery stores; one being DIARHEA!!! For the ones who are skeptical, they have every right to be. At the end of the day it’s all about having an opinion, and mine is to try it, and worse case scenario, if I’m not satisfied I will have my debit card cancelled, and get a new one. This way I am not cheated out of my money! :-)

September 8, 2012 at 2:33 pm
(528) Jimbo says:

I’d like to hear from people who have used it for a few months…..

I went to the website and saw that, after the initial order, they automatically ship a supply of the cream every month for an additional $19.95 plus S&H. How much is the S&H, and how hard is it to cancel the ongoing monthly shipment obligations? Is this one of those you have change your credit card number to stop the charges?

September 9, 2012 at 2:27 am
(529) G Lange says:

Well I’m willing to give it a go – saw the ad on tv when in the States have tried to order on line and via phone but seems they don’t supply overseas ANY SUPPLIER IN AUSTRALIA?????

September 9, 2012 at 7:19 am
(530) nightresp says:

I have tried it. You may say it’s a gurdle, but it works for me. Yes, if you have sagging skin like in photo, you need surgery. In fact ,if you are try to lose a lot of weight, you will need to remove the excess skin. I am a nurse, you will need surgery, for sagging skin as a result of any kind of exercise or diet. The skin is elastic. It is elastic. It can only go bak so much. If you are only, let’s say fifty lbs., this can work for you. I just put the cream on and wear the belt all day. You are exercising by doing your everyday house work. This belt is not for morbily obese people, unless you are planning to have sugery to remove all that extra skin. If you are that heavy, war the belt and have the surgery. People who have had gastric bypass suerery or stomach stapling eventually need sugery to romove excess skin. If you only neeed a few lbs gone the belt is the way to go along with diet and exercize. If you do not have time for exercis the, diet and activites of daily living(callrd AFDL) any way I am ony about 30-40 lb over, so I will not have to worry. Pregnant women have streched skin and if they put the right creams on, there will be no strech marks and rarely in my 30 odd years. Of nursing have I encountered sagging skin frm a pregnancy. That is what I have to say. If you have sagging skin from wearing this belt, the I sato you the belt worked, NOW GO FOR THE SUGERY, the belt doesn’t say it will get rid of sagging skin. Even a rubber band streched over time never goes back to ots original shape.

September 9, 2012 at 1:37 pm
(531) danellerene says:

what people do not hear themselves saying is..I got it and with a little exercise it worked. Did you ever stop to think that the exercise made you lose the weight?
I do not buy anything that “sounds too good to be true”. I have the lose skin and it takes more than those ingredients to tighten your skin up. In the fast paced world we live in…we want instant results and it does not always work that way.
Also, I had people tell me they left it on all day because it kept them from being so hungry. Wearing tight waisted pants will do that too and a lot cheaper.
Please think and research and read before you invest in something that says it is the quick cure to weight loss.

September 10, 2012 at 11:25 am
(532) sunnyspur says:

There are a couple of channels my husband and I have been watching (CLOO and CHILLR) which this commercial comes on all the time. I had to do some research, as products that make these claims always get me curious (not about using them, but about what others are saying about them who have tried them). I have found this site and many bad reviews…especially with regards to the company over charging and not cancelling the auto-ship. Bottom line, you cannot spot reduce! To lose fat, you MUST take in less calories than you burn…this is plain an simple. Exercise and diet modifications are essential to loss of body fat. I will admit…years ago, when I was desperate to lose weight, I tried everything…pills, the belt that sent all the electro-pulses into your ab muscles…everything. In the end, the ONLY thing that worked was a healthy diet and exercise…and lots of patience! You didn’t put all that weight on over night…or in 30 days…it will not come of quickly, either. Over the course of 4 years, I’ve lost 70 lbs, and gone from a size 18 to a size 4…I know what I’m talking about. Even losing that slowly, I still have extra skin on my tummy and very little definition in my abs…though I can do over 100 crunches and not even feel any fatigue in my ab muscles. I just remind myself…I’ve had two kids and spent over a decade being terribly overweight. I just continue to exercise and eat right…and slowly my tummy is getting flatter and flatter, and the skin a little tighter.

September 10, 2012 at 12:04 pm
(533) Cardiochick says:

I do have to admit…the commercial for this Tummy Tuck belt sparked my interest at first. I’ve lost a lot of weight, and I have some saggy skin. I’m only 5’2″, and got to be over 200 lbs. I am now in the lower 130′s…back to my high school size. I was hoping that because the weight loss was slow, I wouldn’t have the skin problems, but I do. I use an exfoliating sponge on my tummy every day in the shower, eat a lot of flat-tummy foods such as lean protein, dairy, olives, etc., dedicate at least 10 minutes a day to ab exercises. I’m succeeding in flattening my abs, but not getting rid of the skin…so of course this product interested me. I’ve read all the reviews, and found many very poor ones. What really threw up flags for me was paying close attention to the commercials. Some of the after pictures seemed a bit too Photoshopped…I mean, the lines on arms were just too straight and stuff. I would have to say buyer beware!

September 11, 2012 at 12:28 am
(534) I knew better why did I buy it says:

I purchased this crap…..never worked … I am going to get my money back

September 12, 2012 at 12:04 pm
(535) Dolores says:

I wish I had read this page first. I, like so many others, woke to this and thought it might help me to lose some of the excess fat that I have around my middle. I did the exercises, dieted, lost 6 pounds, and followed all the rules. However, nothing came off. I feel like such a fool for falling for this but it did make sense. I did not think it would do all they said, but at least a little fat would come off if I concentrated my exercise on my tummy. Plastic surgery is out of the question because I am on a fixed budget and insurance does not pay anything toward it. This site should be made even more public to stop these scams.

September 12, 2012 at 5:08 pm
(536) Marylander says:

I know this may sound crazy, but I have tried this for the past month and have actually seen good results. I’m not exercising really and wear it sometimes only one time a day, leave it on about 30 minutes. I have not measured myself, but my pants are alot looser so I don’t have to suck in my gut anymore. No, I wasn’t just bloated before and I haven’t altered my eating really. The results have now made me start to eat better and I plan on starting an exercise program this weekend. I just needed somthing to give me the motivation to get moving.
And I realize that this is not a real tummy tuck, but a fat slimming system to take a few inches off around my belly. I’ve also heard some say that they think it’s a way of sweating off inches, but I don’t have any sweating in the treated area, just a slight warming sensation. I also don’t wear this as a girdle, don’t think it’d be comfortable enough to do that but it’s okay for 30-60 minutes.
So it was worth the small amount of money I paid as compared to similar non-surgical procedures (i.e. cool sculpting) which cost thousands of dollars, it’s worth a try.
P.S. I have never tried any info-mercial stuff for weight loss, so I’m not some dummy who tries any quck fad.

September 13, 2012 at 2:30 am
(537) Sacriel says:

Im sorry to break it to you all, but if you buy this, you ARE dumb and uneducated, because apparently you learned nothing in health class and probably nothing in school.

September 13, 2012 at 10:16 am
(538) Dawn Monique says:

Here’s the thing, I am far from lazy, stay at home mom. I barely have time to take a shower in the morning , let alone mess around with a workout routine that might firm me up, buy let’s be honest, if you don’t have the elasicity in your skin, working out is not going to get rid of the lose skin. I have considered surgery, but I can’t afford the time for the surgery or the recovery. So something like this is something I’m willing to try.

September 13, 2012 at 10:47 am
(539) Janey says:

It doesnt cost just 40$. They keep sending you the cream every month and debit your card. It’s almost impossible to opt out of the program!!!!

September 18, 2012 at 1:17 am
(540) Bo says:

The problem is that people are buying from the website. I bought mine for only $20.00 on eBay including shipping from someone who bought it and never opened it. So that way I never have to worry about monthly charges or giving a shady company my credit card information.

The reason I’m giving it a shot is that I want to try something before I consider surgery. I workout regularly five days a week, and keep an eye on my diet. I lift and do cardio regularly, but I haven’t lost any inches off my waist in over a year. I just started today, and if I lose a couple of inches after a month (which is how long the cream should last) then it’s twenty bucks well spent. To me, it’s worth the risk.

If you want to try it, buy it from eBay. You can get it cheaper with MUCH less risk.

September 18, 2012 at 7:47 pm
(541) user says:

I appreciate all of the comments on how it does work and opinions as to why it doesnt and even some that say it doesnt work, but i have has some major back surger and im only 23 but exercising is very slow painful work and i figure why not i’ll give this a shot even if just the tummy crunches twice a day is the only results i will get its better than nothing so far so even if it isnt a fat burning miracle it has to do something if you do it correctly.

September 19, 2012 at 1:42 pm
(542) Mary says:

I bought the tummy tuck at beds baths and beyond for 39.99$ it came with a large tube of cream and a measure tape. I put it on soon after in the target shopping stores restroom. I leave it on all day untill I get ready for bedtIme. That was Monday of this week. Today only Wednesday I have deffinately noticed a difference. I will keep it up untill the cream is out. I am able to return it at beds baths and beyond if I’m no completely satisfied. Not a bad deal. Really. No postage or extras to pay for and it does seem to help me.

September 19, 2012 at 1:49 pm
(543) Mary says:

It works. I got mine at Beds Baths and Beyond. I can return it anytime I’m not satisfied with it. No extra cost for shipping or other products encouraged to buy. The comfortable belt came with a large tube of cream and a tape measure. I put it on soon after the purchase on this past Monday and wear it all day till bedtime. Only the third day now and I am feeling like it is doing me good.

September 21, 2012 at 12:40 pm
(544) Dorothy says:

Mary, was it cheaper at B, B & B?

September 21, 2012 at 2:12 pm
(545) Mary says:

The price was 39.99. Just tax was added to that.

September 21, 2012 at 10:51 pm
(546) Callum says:

Wow, awesome blog format! How long have you ever been blogging for?
you made running a blog glance easy. The whole glance of your web site is fantastic,
let alone the content material!

September 23, 2012 at 10:03 pm
(547) debbie says:

I found that not eating after six pm and walking on my treadmill an hour in the morning and an hour before I go to bed took away my belly fat and side handles. So just walk if you can.

September 24, 2012 at 2:38 pm
(548) sandy says:

Seen this commercial for the first time last night. First thing I noticed was, most of the fat belly’s did not even look real- poor photo editing. Second thing I noticed was how slim the upper arms became along with the trimmed down belly’s. Hmmm if the arms trimmed along with the belly’s it must be the exercise NOT the belt. Personally I would love to think this is real, I have a bad back so can do very little ab work, but I don’t buy it at all. And think about this, if the ‘fat’ melts away do to the thermal cream …. what is happening to the organs beneath the fat??? Are they burning too? This is just another gimmick like the electrical stimulation belts.

September 24, 2012 at 4:32 pm
(549) Teresa says:

Has anyone checked out the MSDS sheets on any of these ingredients?? Your skin is like a sponge. It is absorbent. I’d rather up my water intake, exercise a bit and eat better!! See below for just 3 of the ingredients I looked up.

ethoxydiglycol: Potential Acute Health Effects:
Hazardous in case of eye contact (irritant), of ingestion, of inhalation (lung irritant). Slightly hazardous in case of skin contact

magnesium silicate
Potential Acute Health Effects: Slightly hazardous in case of skin contact (irritant), of eye contact (irritant), of ingestion, of
Potential Chronic Health Effects: The substance is toxic to lungs. Repeated or prolonged exposure to the substance can produce target organs damage.
Potential Chronic Health Effects:
The substance may be toxic to kidneys. Repeated or
prolonged exposure to the substance can produce target organs damage.

13th ingredient: phenoxyethamol
Potential Acute Health Effects:
Extremely hazardous in case of eye contact (irritant). Very hazardous in case of skin contact (irritant), of ingestion, of
inhalation. Inflammation of the eye is characterized by redness, watering, and itching. Skin inflammation is characterized by
itching, scaling, reddening, or, occasionally, blistering.
Potential Chronic Health Effects:
Extremely hazardous in case of eye contact (irritant). Very hazardous in case of skin contact (irritant), of ingestion, of
inhalation. The substance is toxic to kidneys, the nervous system, liver. Repeated or prolonged exposure to the substance can produce target organs damage. Repeated or prolonged inhalation of
vapors may lead to chronic respiratory irritation.

September 24, 2012 at 6:38 pm
(550) Jazz1965 says:

I’d like to know if anyone who has tried it has had some serious side effects that warranted a doctor’s visit or hospital visit.

September 25, 2012 at 1:04 am
(551) Ivee says:

I have the belt and have been using it for 2 weeks and it is working for me. I do the ab contractions for 2 minutes and then go about my routine. My only criticism is that the belts run small. I’m a size 12 pants and needed the XL. But, now that I lost an inch already it’s easier to get on and It doesn’t feel so confining. I don’t understand all the negative comments.

September 25, 2012 at 11:26 am
(552) tina says:


September 25, 2012 at 1:33 pm
(553) Mary says:

I appreciate the research on the harmful side effects. I was also wondering about the possible damage to my organs. Then I just moved that thought with the desire to just see the extra hard to remove belly fa gone. . Wanting to be rid of it so badly. I agree that walking more and not eating after 6 and also for me Portion patrol would be the best way over all. I will probably use up the lotion even though. Just taking a break from it now for 2 weeks and then finish it to get a little boost of help in losing the inch or two that I have that are so stubborn.

September 27, 2012 at 10:20 am
(554) crystal says:

I’ve been doing a ketogenic or low carb diet for about 5 days and I have already lost 7lbs. I don’t work out but I have a moderately physical job. My meals consist of mostly fats protiens and small amounts of complex carbs.ive averaged about 40 cards and under a day.The hardest part was overcoming the carb cravings and soda cravings. They are not as bad now. I would recommend this before some weight loss belt. It works because your body uses fat and fat reserves as energy. Eating lots of carbs raises insulin levels which in turn puts your body in fat storing mode. Just a tip

September 27, 2012 at 11:44 am
(555) kay w. says:

I dont know if this works or not all I know is I did 50 sit ups and used this cream. Last night I woke up to the worst muscle pain in the world…sure 50 situps did not cause my muscles to hurt this bad…maybe it works.

September 28, 2012 at 3:44 pm
(556) Michael says:

This belt may work by thermogenisis which could be harmful if used over a longer period of time than the recommended 10 mins.

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http://www.2btrim.info can show you how to MAKE LIFE BETTER !!

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September 30, 2012 at 7:44 am
(558) Above Average Joe says:

Yall need to get it through your heads that:

1. If you over eat you will get fat;

2. If your activity levels are low, you will get fat or slow/ruin your metabolism.

3. There is no miracle cure for weight loss.

4. If there was a miracle cure for weight loss, a drug company would have a patent on it, and you sure as hell wouldn’t be buying it through the TV for $40.00.

5. Stupid is as stupid does.

6. Desperate people do stupid things (like buy this product).

7. There is no such thing as “thermogenesis” fat doesn’t go away unless you burn it off. And even so, it would leave empty pockets and folds of skin behind.

8. If you are fat, seek a medical/drug solution until you can get up and around to work out, exercise, move about, and eat less.

I really feel sorry for people who buy these products out of desperation, these marketing companies act like fisherman, they toss out a shiny fake lure (very shiny) to trigger an instinctive bite..

Good luck,


September 30, 2012 at 7:31 pm
(559) Jaaam says:

Tuuummy Tuuck????? Nooooooooooooooo ……..something that beat rubbing peanut butter on your fatty areas mixed with pickle juice on your nipples and a guarantee loss of 24 pounds in a month …NOOOOOOOOO TUMMY TUCK BEAT IT ???? LOOL,OLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

October 2, 2012 at 5:13 pm
(560) Barbara says:

For all of you who don’t want to have their credit card automatically charged each month, buy the gift ones from most stores. You can charge them with $25, $50, $75, etc., and once they’ve reached the limit, they are no good anymore unless you re-charge them. Yes, you have to pay for them in cash, but you can never go over the pre-set limit.

October 3, 2012 at 10:09 am
(561) grieroGet says:


October 3, 2012 at 8:23 pm
(562) Sly says:

Wow…. okay… Buy some Spanx (body shaper… and cheaper), a tube of Deep Heating Rub (if you want to feel that heat activation thingy) and the only part of this program that is going to work, is the 2 minutes of ab contractions… aka standing crunches. Whenever you can… just contract your abs like you are blocking a punch in the stomach… in an elevator… at the sink… in your car! If you can… try and suck your belly button back to your spine. Now… what is your credit card number?!

October 4, 2012 at 4:28 am
(563) rick miller says:

this was shown as $39,98 and after too many questions about other stuff they wee selling that i rejected i was informed the charge against my cc would be about $100.00. i cancelled the card immediatly.

October 4, 2012 at 9:06 pm
(564) Tony says:

Frank. One sure fire way to unblock the arteries clogging your heart (in the space of two weeks) is to use L-lysine and Vitamin C in large doses. At least 2 Grams each three times per day. Anyone doubting this research “Linus Pauling Therapy” to get the scientific facts. Also supplementing with Calcium and magnesium would help with general heart health.

October 5, 2012 at 3:36 am
(565) Gary says:

Just saw the commercial. I have been in sports and fitness all my life and I am 54. Here’s the bottom line. Forgetting the cream, the concept of the belt is actually sound. What it does is create sweat so you are actually initially losing water weight. The belt also causes you to contract your abdominal muscles acting like a press. If you’re going to wear this, do so while contracting your abs. This can be done in any position… upright, sitting, etc.. In essence, any waist belt, especially one made of Soft, rubber foam material will do the same thing. Gold’s gym has one for around $10.

In conclusion, use it and lose it but only as part of a regular exercise routine and proper diet. What I mean by a regular exercise routine is at least 45 minutes a day, alternating weights and cardio. Bottom line, it ain’t easy if you’re just starting out, but it won’t take long until you’re hooked. Let the endorphins out!!!

October 6, 2012 at 9:26 am
(566) deuce says:

if they don’t have all the information layed out for all to see then they are hiding something.

I heard most of these companies run their scam for a year give or take, and shut down the business. Then they start up a new company under a different name, and run a new scam for another year give or take. So the same people that ripped you off on past weight loss scams are the same people running todays weight loss scams.

It brings to mind of why you should never feed bears.

October 6, 2012 at 12:31 pm
(567) BG says:

I just bought this tummy tuck product this morning, I will let you know if it works for me.

October 7, 2012 at 6:31 am
(568) simple says:

It’s easier just to change your eating habits and walk around the block a few times. Just dropping soda alone I drop 10 lbs. If it sound too good to be truth turn away, don’t pass go, just say no.

October 7, 2012 at 9:52 pm
(569) Rose Pollard says:

First of all, if you pay attention to the commercial, it’s obvious that the pictures are doctored. The “before” pictures are ridiculous! I’ve read some of the posts, and for those of you that don’t think $40 is that big of a deal…well, that’s how these companies are able to stay in business scamming people. If you are too lazy to eat right and exercise, then you will continue to be duped. If you want to lose weight, stop eating processed food and animal products. If you eat a plant-based, whole food diet (google it), then the weight will fall off faster than any infomercial claim. Also, exercise is great for your heart and muscle tone, etc, but if you eat a whole food, plant-based diet, you will lose weight without lifting your ass up off the couch. It will also curb your appetite, give you energy, and heal all kinds off health problems. I’m not selling anything here, I just know because I do it, and I know a lot of other people who do it as well, and have had the same results.

October 8, 2012 at 1:27 am
(570) Donna B says:

Just an FYI. I’ve seen a lot of posts saying, “Hey, it’s only $40, so I’m willing to try it”. Well, no, it is not. The belt is basically $20 and the cream 20. The, for an indefinite period of time, they auto ship you the cream for $20 a month, plus another $6.99 shipping. I came close to ordering it, but didn’t. I don’t like the idea of the auto shipping. I’ve seen other people get stuck in these situations and it is near impossible to get the shipments stopped and get your card credited. Not worth giving someone access to my credit card or bank account.

October 8, 2012 at 6:52 am
(571) RB says:


October 8, 2012 at 8:42 am
(572) SuthrnGalNThaCity says:

I am thinking that this is the same as the cellulite cream and plastic wrap method….which works slowly.

I am going to purchase this product and document my results on YouTube.

From what I can see the issue seems to be the charging of customer credit cards.

So I am going to the As Seen on TV store and purchase it. I will get to that store sometime this week and post the link to my YouTube on this site.

I just want to know if it works. I do know that sometimes products work differently with different people. We will see what happens. :)

October 8, 2012 at 8:43 am
(573) Sickandtired says:

Hi all……..have uou guys read the scamming billing procedures!!!! It doesn’t appear to be just 2 easy payments….buyer be ware!!!

October 9, 2012 at 2:26 pm
(574) BOB says:

I bought it for the $40.00, they billed my charge card $56.00. I used it for 30 days while at the GYM. I called and cancelled
at that point. One week later i received one botttel of pills and one tube of paste. I called them, they told me that i called to late and they would not accept any returns. When my charge card bill came they had billed me $29.99 twice for a total of another $59.98. Now they are wanting another $19.99 for each box shipped or $39.98. When ever i call i can only talk to someone in the Phillipeines they canonly say you owe $19.99 each. They have turn me over to a bill collector. And when i call them i get a recording to press 1,2,3, ect. So $40.00 has turned into $115.98 and have a bill collector after me for another $39.98!! And after three months it still doesn’t work at all!

October 9, 2012 at 2:45 pm
(575) BILL says:

It was to cost me $40.00. But when it was over it is $115.98. And even though i cancelled it on the 30th day. They are trying to bill me another $19.99 times two = $39.98 for what i don’t know? They have a bill collector after me also. When you call only gets a recording saying press 1,2,3, ect. PLEASE PAY! On top of that after 3 weeks still doesn’t work with or with out going to the GYM!!!

October 10, 2012 at 5:15 pm
(576) Pete says:

Don’t waste your money on any product that you seen in an infomercial. These scam artists are known to sell your information including your credit card information and /or inexplicably charge you months later for items which you did not purchase. A friend of mine was being charged $17 per month over 11 months for a “Health” newsletter. He didn’t notice the charges because it was only $17. When he did notice, he received the runaround from some CRM in India & Flex Belt Customer Service. He was able to have charges removed after three months and many calls. Two months later he began receiving charges again. Ultimately he ended up canceling his credit card. SAVE YOUR MONEY AND DO IT THE GOOD OLE FASHION WAY….EAT RIGHT & JOJN A GYM.

October 12, 2012 at 12:26 pm
(577) MaiSee says:

My mom purchased this for me. I measured my waist (41in) without the girdle thing…did my exercising as instructed, still ate the same as always, which is way more than normal, for a week and went down to a 35in waist….I was amazed…the only thing i HATE is the cream! My waist may have went down, BUT the flab is still there!…it’s ugly! And the cream is weird….

October 15, 2012 at 10:53 am
(578) Shanwda says:

I ordered the belt to see if it did as the infomercial said, upon ordering they asked for my pant size and she said the size I would need, the belt came, they don’t show women that have hips and bootie just stomachs, the belt can’t work because it does’nt fit it kepk rolling up so I’m returning it.

October 15, 2012 at 10:54 am
(579) COB says:

Thanks to you all for your comments. I first saw the infomercial last night and thought I would order the system but with all your comments, experiences, credit card overcharges, foreign reps, repeat shipping and billings, I’m out!

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October 17, 2012 at 11:55 am
(581) Erin says:

I was looking for someone to review this who had tried this. I am not finding anyone who is complaining. Here you all are just giving your opinion that it is a scam but you haven’t tried it. I want to hear some people say that it doesn’t work.

October 18, 2012 at 12:59 pm
(582) Jody says:

I’ve used a rubberized stomach belt over the years while exercising (7 pregnancies) you lose water weight under the belt due to sweating. If you do this regularly I’ve noticed my stomach does lose a little and it stays off. You also need to cut back on sugar and salt as this retains water. I was going to purchase the belt and I may at Bed Bath and Beyond due to the $7.00 shipping charge over the internet. I can see how this could work with slow results, exercise and watching my diet. I am purchasing it primarily for the girdle effect and due to having put on 20# from sitting at a desk all day and not exercising like I use to. Even though the ingredients maybe harmful I’m going to balance it out by making sure I flush my system with enough water. I can’t afford surgery and want to get back into some of my smaller clothes and get more motivation by getting the slight effect I expect from the “girdle”. It is worth $40 to me for the girdle. I will post my results!

October 19, 2012 at 9:06 am
(583) Deborah says:

You think your famous now? Let me tell the world that for two payments of $19.95, I have so far paid over $75.00. They keep taking money from my account.
Are you proud of how you make your money?
Too all the people I would advise you to contact your bank or credit card company and have them removed and banned from extracting any money from them.
I for one am tired of being scammed from them and others like them!!!

October 19, 2012 at 10:49 am
(584) Jerry Stacey says:

I order one of the tummy tuck belts and they was suppose to take two payment out for it and I got my statement and fond Iem thatout they took the hold thing out one time.I call them (800-305+8988)and they told me that I still owed 19.95 and I said for what and they told me it was for the cream every mo. I told them that I did not order the cream every mo.All this is is a big scam to get your money. I am doing to turn this over to the BBB if they take any money out in Nov.. Thank for listern Jerry

October 19, 2012 at 1:46 pm
(585) Lori says:

I used the cream twice – once before a trip and using the girdle and once after the trip on the flight home. Both times my abdomen swelled up twice and scared the “hell” out of me. I still don’t know why it happened. Will never use the cream again. The pharmacist could not find a ingredient that might have caused it. The girdle is great because it makes me feel “full” and I eat less – it also supports my back which is good.

I am also getting my CA125 blood test to see if anything has changed with my ovaries.

October 19, 2012 at 11:56 pm
(586) Aquel says:

Hello Everyone,

I did buy the belt and the cream. I did lose inches. No joke. I really didn’t change much in my habits but I did implement a sauna suit into my daily routine. I did apply the cream to my tummy, and I also applied it to my biceps and triceps along with my chest while wearing the sauna suit. I lost a tremendous amount of fat around/under my arms, and on my chest. I didn’t think it was going to work but it actually did. I was shocked. I really needed to lose the excess around my abdomen for a procedure that was really important, and I lost the fat. I don’t know why, I even thought it might be a mental affect. At any rate sometimes a product does work for some people, it did for me.

October 20, 2012 at 1:33 pm
(587) George says:

What got my attention on the website is the monthly supply of this cream that will be sent to you unless you cancel. I use a belt that can be bought in any sporting goods store, or Wal-Mart or Target, and it works for me because the belt prevents full relaxation of the abdominal muscles. As for the cream, well it seems to me that just about any cream that stimulates the flow of blood, like those creams used for muscle strain, would do just as well. So, I’ll go the OTC counter cream and my belt and see how that works. Can’t hurt.

October 21, 2012 at 7:36 am
(588) jud says:

Thank you for this. I wanted to see just how this wonder is supposed to work. You know. What powerful concoction is in the cream, how long the results are supposed to last . . . stuff lie that. I knew their website would not tell me anythig, but you have given your readers caluable information on how to identify scams (the mention of university studies with no specific university names, no test names and unrealistirc results.

October 21, 2012 at 9:29 am
(589) penny says:

Boy- I wish I had looked on line before trying to order this today. I was on the phone for 25 minutes to say no a dozen time to additional offers…but no they did not take no for an answer. I called customer service to cancel my order and have to call back again because they can only put it on HOLD. How do you get all those phone numbers to verify all your no’s are no’s. I am very frustrated and terrified as to what may show on my credit card even though I cancelled and said no to every offer. Really crappy sleepless morning!

October 21, 2012 at 1:03 pm
(590) MeMe says:

Hi Guys,

I did try this product and it really works. I want by the directions of this product, along with walking around 30 to 45 minutes per day and could see great result in 2 weeks. It’s really a great product however it is always good to watch what you eat (cut back on carbs, drink more water than sugar drinks) and the time of day you eat (no foods after 7:00pm).

Good Luck

October 21, 2012 at 1:23 pm
(591) Frank Pouch says:

In regard to all the “positive” comments here – don’t forget. There are companies online (such as the site FIVERR) that actually have people who will write completely FAKE positive reviews for FIVE DOLLARS! Just saying….

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October 24, 2012 at 7:00 pm
(593) eileen says:

I made the mistake of purchasing the item a year ago. They sent the best, of course, a bottle of pills and a tube of the Thermal Accelerator cream. The product did not work for me. Anyway, I didn’t know they placed me on autoship. A month later, I received another bottle of pills. The other month later i received 3 tubes of the skin cream. I tried to call them to get me off the autoship but to no avail. They keep sending me things I don’t need. I spoke to the bank, I had to change my card.

October 27, 2012 at 8:17 am
(594) barb says:

Where do i find the content of the fat burning cream ? have there been any reactions to the cream? how long do you have to continue to use the cream?

October 27, 2012 at 10:18 pm
(595) Worker says:

I actually worked for these liars for one week. It is a complete scam guys! I know. I sold this to some of you. They laugh at you and we are told how to answer or divert your questions. I just couldn’t sleep at night when doing this job. We got paid $7 per review and lied to customers all day. Get real! This item is available in other forms in many places for a reaction of the cost. I lied to people. I posted fake reviews then I quit. I have contacted NBC news for further info about how these people work. I have a contact at NBC and will move forward exposing this scam do I can make up for all I have done. DO NOT PURCHASE!

October 29, 2012 at 10:34 am
(596) dianne says:

i believe all your peoples comments but i have lost 25 pounds from this so.. before your quick to judge it might actually work for some people..

October 30, 2012 at 12:41 am
(597) cecilia says:

This company will gladly take your money with false promises and continue to take your money after your enitial payment.
I order one to try it and before I can ask for money back, they had charge my credit car for $32 for product I did not other and I call to dispute that, and a month later they charge my again for $19.99 no product was send.
I had to close my credit car and file for fraud charges.
I try many time to call and talk to them and it seen impossible to get any one in the phone.
The product I buy did not work, I am only 130 lb I buy it because I can not walk I have a hip condition, but I am much reder walk or do other activity.
The last two charges still in dispute with the credit company no refund has been issue six week later.

October 30, 2012 at 2:41 pm
(598) June says:

Lots of “what ifs”, “scams”, “does work”, etc. and even an inference that only uneducated people watch late night TV and are more susceptible to this types of infromercials is from someone with limited knowledge of the world and its people. If you can’t absolutely make a statement of fact than don’t make a statement. Let us idiots that are searching for help, pay the bill and try for ourselves. If it doesn’t work, cancel the follow up shipments and live for the next bit of hope. I’ve had 2 back surgeries,2 knee replacements, have a terminal lung condition, cannot exercise, and have a “surgical abdominoplasty”: that only takes care of loose skin and any fat that is left below the skin tends to increase with nasty indentations, etc., so there…………………………

October 30, 2012 at 11:43 pm
(599) EdyB says:

The belt & cream that “keeps on coming” whether you want it or not!!
Would SOMEONE please let me know how they were able to cancel their order? I have tried for a month & I’m ready to cancel my credit card in order to stop this insanity from tummy tuck belt.

PLEASE….send me phone numbers, emails, etc. PLEASE help !!!!!!

October 31, 2012 at 7:37 pm
(600) Patricia Murray says:

The company is really biggest scam I have heard yet they scam you out money after you have return product back to them said they would but youu never get your money back they shouldnt be allowed to be on television advertise anything just big scam not true what they say also belt doesnt fit

November 1, 2012 at 4:25 am
(601) Marcella Kent says:

I just ordered Tummy Tuck and they said the order with one belt would be $64.00, i want to cancel this order right now, Wed. at about 1:am
I could not talk to a live person and they kept saying more options to buy , and i hate that. i want this order canceled immediatly, i believe it to be fraud after hearing all the junk extra they keep you on the phone to buy. Here is my address that i gave to be shipped to
20248 Hwy 213 sp 27 Oregon City , Or. I want this order canceled
right now or i call the better business people. I will cancel my credit card as soon as the bank opens up, in just a few hours. not talking to a live person, doesn,t give you a chance to turn down all the darn products you want to sell .CANCELL MY ORDER NOW

November 1, 2012 at 6:12 am
(602) tricia says:

Sorry, after so many comments I gave up on reading them , it would have taken me an hour or two.That being said I seen the infomercial and thought ohhh I got the money I am finally getting that! Then started reading and seen one of the ingredients where caffiene which reminded me about something I seen ON facebook 2 days ago which include 1 day old coffee grinds along with a teaspoon of sea salt and one or two other combinations sorry for my loss of memory at this time, hopefully it is easily enough to look up because that is exactly what I am going to do after reading only half of these and almost falling asleep 20 times no offense everyone but story after story get kinda old if you know what i’m sayin. good luck and happy hunting :) and good night!!!

November 1, 2012 at 10:05 pm
(603) Michael says:

I cannot believe anyone would take any part of that product seriously.

Diet and exercise are the only response to I’ll health of any kind.

Apparently P.T. Barnum was correct.

November 3, 2012 at 6:28 pm
(604) kayla says:

My grandma is proof that it works :) just so everyone knows!

November 3, 2012 at 9:05 pm
(605) Alice says:

I saw something like this at the mall. It looked great. Keep one’s stomach in etc. I then did research on the product and found out it squeezed the poop on the colon. I would not wear this product all day and all night. The woman lost inches and looked better but was having health problems. Good thing she found a doctor that was wise enough to know what the problem was and able to help her. You do not want your poop plastered on your colon.

November 4, 2012 at 11:44 pm
(606) Real Malik says:

Sounds like the people that ACTUALLY TRIED this product, have positive things to say…

November 5, 2012 at 4:08 am
(607) Bad Dog says:

I see the people on here who tried this product and say IT WORKS work for the company, you can tell the wording in their reply is almost as bad as the infomercial itself, if you need to know the truth spend your money and get ripped off…. This is a total scam to get money and some say “oh its just 40 bucks”, yeah so if a million people say that oh its just 40 million bucks…. give me a break people keep your money and don’t let the sucker on the other end of the scam leave with millions, well its too late they already scammed you all out of millions…. hope you learned your lesson…

November 5, 2012 at 10:10 pm
(608) Shannon says:

So as one of these so called uneducated people. I seen this product on late night tv and I wondered about it, looked it up and read all these comments on here. I was tempted to order it online,but decided against it,because I didn’t want to be stuck getting the cream every month if it didn’t work. Well on an outing I went to my local Kmart(go ahead and snicker,because that must mean I am low class or whatever you prefer about being dumb or redneck) So I seen it and picked it up, I was very tempted then put it back down and said “Next pay check if I am really thinking it might work.” Well I have been having issues some what with losing weight. I injured my back over a year ago and for some reasons the doctors still haven’t figured out a plan to fix me, except to say that I can’t do any heavy exercising. But I have been doing walking, a pain relief yoga as well as weight watchers… There is no magic cure to just get rid of fat and the booklet that comes with this product even says to get better results to change your diet and maybe consider doing 180 mins of exercise a week. Well I do an hr of swimming every other day now(pt) and yoga on my off days as well as walking. So my first day with this product is now and did the tummy work outs. The cream does make my belly feel warmer like it’s doing something. I took before and after pictures and I might take a pic after this first week…

I hope this helps me get somewhere….

November 7, 2012 at 2:11 pm
(609) Anneliese says:

I was so upset. I ordered the belt and refused all of their products and they charged me $98 on a $60 order. I am going to cancel. I was sceptic about the results, but it sure did give me a headache on the phone. I told them I was canceling and that I was , in their practices but they said they couldn’t guarantee canceling the order. I called my credit card company and aLL call these people again. BEWARE!!

November 7, 2012 at 6:30 pm
(610) Robert says:

I just want to purchase some more thermal accelerator cream, please give me a site where I can just order it..

November 8, 2012 at 11:02 pm
(611) Terri says:

I also was one that thought this product to be another scam. I workout and eat a good diet but have problem areas I wanted to work really hard at getting rid of. I have been using this product for two months now and have seen some really nice results in my stomach area I have lost most of the sag in my stomach area and my muscles in my stomach get stronger by the day. Now keep in mind that I do about 45 minutes of exercise a day and am very active but have not been able to get fast enough results in my stomach area and in two months this product has helped me rid myself of three additional inches and my stomach no longer hangs over.

November 11, 2012 at 8:35 am
(612) Bob says:

I tried this for three months and did NOT lose anything but the money I paid for it. Try to cancel is a nightmare.

November 12, 2012 at 9:55 am
(613) ann says:

E all know it doesn’t come that easy you have to work for those results. Diet and exercises. Like cardcardio thats the true way to burn fat and inches this a gimick people save your money and work for it and i promise you will see results i dieted and exersied for 4 month and i lost 15 pounds you can to. Wish you lots of success.

November 13, 2012 at 12:32 pm
(614) SIR says:


November 15, 2012 at 7:28 am
(615) patty says:

Let me start off by saying to those who feel the need to call names grow up. Secondly consider the source of this article of course someone who makes their living off the insecurities of women are going to tell you to have dangerous even life threatening plastic surgery. As a personal trainer and nutritionist ive worked with every type of client from severly obese to those who want to lose 10 lbs and its the same only diet and exercise can lose body fat. Nothing can spot reduce fat this product works because it is merely getting rid of water not fat and it will come back the moment you stop using it. Trust my words.

November 16, 2012 at 7:03 am
(616) Tried Tummry Sucks Belt says:

I bought this sytem and I do not know if it works???

The work-out itself is trying to keep the belt from rolling back up! It does not stay put!

So I wonder how much of the system working is true? If you are doing exercise, you will be losing inches anyway.

ANd yes… misleading! 2 payments of $19.99 does not count shipping and you are tied into reorder contract for more cream? You are sucered into “Express Processing” to pay another $15 so all they do is ship it out same say via the regular USPS mail!

I say…. don’t waste your time and money… the belt and system sucks!

November 17, 2012 at 9:06 am
(617) Iyon says:

I have been use this product for several months, and I am a witness that It Works. I do workout and try to eat health, which is a major factor in keeping the fat off.

You can also try http://www.myitworks.iyonfaith.com to try The Ultimate Body Applicator.

November 19, 2012 at 6:01 pm
(618) Kayla says:

I’m laughing pretty hard right now at all this stuff. First off, for those of you saying its a scam on your money, you can buy it at walmart and bath and body works now, so you wont get your money stolen. Second, after reading basically EVERY comment on here, it looks like the 90% of the people who actually USED the product had satisfying results. I was intrigued by someone who mentioned what happens AFTER you stop using the belt, but otherwise it seems to me that people who ACTUALLY tried it were happy. I’m going to keep looking into it, obviously, but thus far I am pretty convinced that it works, at least a little bit.

November 19, 2012 at 11:51 pm
(619) Mike H says:

The before and after testimonial photos are clearly photoshopped.

November 24, 2012 at 8:43 pm
(620) Christine says:

I lost 60 lbs last year and I have a lot of loose skin..mostly on my tummy. I’m hoping the belt and cream will help tighten my stomach. My personal trainer said the only way to lose the tummy fat is by doing sit-ups and crunches. So with the TT system and the exercises, I’m hoping to see a change. I’ve only had the system for a week, but I already feel more in charge of my tummy now that I’ve been doing the sit-ups 2x a day with the cream and the belt. Hey whatever works..I’m not going under the knife!!!

November 25, 2012 at 12:04 am
(621) Dee says:

I just got this today. I watched the video, opened the cream and pulled on the belt. I am pear shaped and trying to get this over my hips was a challenge. I did the frist 2 minutes of stomach contractions, but the bottom of the belt kept rolling up all the way to the top band. To keep it in plave I had to keep pulling and tugging on the bottom of the belt, but no matter how hard I tried, the belt just kep rolling all the way up. So I call TTB customer service. I get someone over sea’s who I can hardly understand. I tell the woman that the belt is too small, I am 5′ 11″ and am 40 pounds over weigt and she says we only have three sizes, but we can send you a smaller size. If the largest of the three sizes they have pinches and rolls up to the chest, a smaller size will just be worse. Did anyone else have trouble with the belt rolling up and having to hold it down all the time?

November 25, 2012 at 1:49 am
(622) Dee says:

Another thing I forgot to mention. When ordering online I made of point of not adding any extra’s to my order, but when I called to complain that the belt rolled all the way up to my chest, I found out that I was automatically placed on the auto refill program for the cream. This should be illega. What I would like to know, if this works as well as they claim, why haven’t they made one for the thighs? I have some disorder that makes by body deposit a lot of excess fat at the knee’s and right above them. One is 5″ bigger than the other, although it is very painfull, feeling like a tourniquet squeezing my knee’s making it painful to walk or get down on the floor to do exercises, I can’t ge any Doctor here locally to remove just those deposits. No matter how much weight I lose those deposits stay as big as they ever were and the weight loss makes them show up even more. I won’t go swimming, Dr says I need to get in a pool….yeah right. I don’t even own a pair of shorts or a dress and will not leave the house because even through my wide legges jeans these clumps of fat show through my clothes. Obviously, I will never date until these are gone. So if this program is so good…why not thigh belts?

November 25, 2012 at 2:57 am
(623) secretsquare says:

Jesus, people! If u have any remedial knowledge of the human body, whether you’re a doctor or a burger flipper, you’d know that cream and a girdle won’t do ahit for u. I don’t have to change my current lifestyle they say? Well my current lifestyle is eating a dozen donuts and a bucket of used oil from burger king. Don’t give these people your money!! The people who buy this are probably the same that think a magnetic wristband will improve their balance and stability.
If u want to spend $40 for some hope donate it to charity and then walk around the block and throw out your coke and ice cream.

November 25, 2012 at 9:37 am
(624) T says:

I am not sure if this works or not. I would love to try it.
secretsquare, I do have to say that maybe this would work because it cause people to sweat

There was this guy I knew who was like 250 lbs and worked for a state construction company and he worked with one of the bulldozers and he lost about 75 lbs on it and when he asked his docotr how because he did not diet or exercise, the doctor told him it was because of the heat and steam coming off the bulldozer

I am wondering if this works the same way. And to be honest do not waster your money. you can make this yourself with just a few dollars. see what it is made from and buy the material from a craft store and make it

then see for yourself. it may cost under $10 to make it yourself

November 29, 2012 at 12:09 pm
(625) Jim C says:

I did use the cream and belt. It does work. Not a miracle, you have to work at it. with me I lost 2 ” from the waist the lst month. Good product as far as I am concerned. Of course you have to use it, you can’t just talk about it. As for T, buy the materials and make it yourself, don’t know what your time is worth but you will have more than $40.00 worth tied up in time alone.

December 2, 2012 at 12:23 am
(626) a984955 says:

I’ve said that least 984955 times. SCK was here

December 2, 2012 at 1:48 am
(627) maewillie says:

I wanted to try tummy tuck belt for the 30 days to see if it work i got the belt wore it about 3 -6 times ,only wore it once day i didn`t it have realy long hair it`ts shoulder lenth , .my hair is very very very…. short now i combed my hair and it just started coming out in big!!!!!!! BALLS….and on top of that the company charge my bank $51.00 when it was suppose to be $19.99,l they tell that thier sorry for the mixup they`ll waieve the other $19.99 that was coming out of my account after the 30 days , and they tell me UPS will pickup the page in 3-5 daylt i also informed the rep that i`m a diabete and have what was the side affects of this belt and have they any comment on why my hair is fall out i don`t only want a refund i want anwers”

December 4, 2012 at 12:19 am
(628) CD Watson says:

I am really sick of all those people on here that say people are just lazy and all they need to do is eat right and exercise. Everyone has their faults, and those of you saying that clearly don’t have a clue. One of my kids isn’t that interested in food, the other stress eats. People are all different – some people’s weaknesses are food, and others CLEARLY have the weakness of being judgmental, ignorant idiots.

This belt however, even if it had a positive placebo effect can benefit people. I will not be buying it, because I have the ability to turn off my desire for food and can exercise (and I enjoy it). For those who can’t/don’t… God Bless you and keep up the effort. The bottom line is that this would be getting you a bit of thermogenic action on your torso (someone mentioned a heat rub and Spanx, which would work too), but you are also doing 4 minutes of ab exercises a day that you weren’t doing before. This makes you stand up straighter, supports your back, makes you more aware of your body and provides a minimal amount of endorphins to give you a more positive attitude toward attaining your goal.

However people decide to do it, no one should judge. If this is a stretch for you financially though, pass on it and commit to the crunches. You will still get some results, its a domino effect – tummy tuck belt or not. (LOL BTW about a Plastic Surg. writing about this… what would we expect them to say… take the $20K surgery? )

December 4, 2012 at 4:05 am
(629) NIKE AIR MAX 90 says:

Hi there, I would like to subscribe for this website to take most
recent updates, thus where can i do it please help out.

December 4, 2012 at 7:44 pm
(630) Alissa Banks says:

I had a tummy tuck in salt lake city but had researched the ten minute tummy tuck and I knew it was too good to be true. For something this big, I wanted professional help!

December 5, 2012 at 9:39 am
(631) C&C says:


December 9, 2012 at 3:19 pm
(632) Faith says:

Although I do believe the author has a great point about the infomercial, surgery is not the only proven way to loose excess skin or belly skin. In a slick way, the author is still upselling surgery; same as the 10 min tummy tuck people. Your skin is amazing and with a good combination of diet, cardio, and resistance training, you can retrain your skin back to normal.


My body!

December 11, 2012 at 10:50 am
(633) ChrissieCat says:

Hey everyone, you can get this at Bed Bath and Beyond for $40, plus the 20% off coupon, so it’s a deal. Make sure to get your size, there are three sizes. I am trying it, i’ve lost 50 lbs in the last year but still have an issue with my waist and stomach (being 62 and having a shot knee doesn’t help). But i’ve worn this around the house doing housework and i swear it works. I’d give it a try, anything is better than surgery.

December 13, 2012 at 9:48 pm
(634) carpinteyrosaa says:

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December 14, 2012 at 2:47 pm
(635) Eula says:

Hello just wanted to give you a quick heads up.
The words in your content seem to be running off the screen in Ie.
I’m not sure if this is a formatting issue or something to do with web browser compatibility but I thought I’d post to let you know.
The design and style look great though! Hope you get
the problem resolved soon. Thanks

December 14, 2012 at 5:02 pm
(636) LOIS says:


December 14, 2012 at 5:05 pm
(637) LOIS says:


December 15, 2012 at 1:35 am
(638) Random says:

Sad thing is there is sooooo many insecure people out there especially when it comes to belly fat. These people are making millions because they target over weight lazy people…..but I will say for those of you who say its only 40 bux…..give it to me I have some magical beans that you may be interested in. You mix it with tap water and a personal trainer will appear in your living room and it’s requires no physical activity all you have to do is watch him excersise for ten min a day and you will lose weight! Lol come on guys lets be serious!

December 15, 2012 at 6:32 am
(639) Hmong clothes for sale says:

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December 15, 2012 at 6:33 am
(640) spotlight says:

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December 16, 2012 at 2:18 pm
(641) BJ of Columbus, OH says:

Interesting article:
Caffeine’s Mechanisms of Action and Its Cosmetic Use

May explain why some fat reduction effect could be possible from the cream.
Won’t shrink excess skin – Thermage can tighten skin some, though.

December 17, 2012 at 1:32 am
(642) Virtual Art says:

Here’s why Tummy Tuck has merit, and why the article written by the doctor about it should be treated with caution:
1. The Tummy Tuck informercial doesn’t mention reducing tummy skin, ONLY tummy fat. However, the author of this article dwells on the false argument concerning tummy skin.
2. The principle behind this product is sound, based on how excess tummy fat is reduced by the Cool Glide laser, which is an accepted medical procedure.
Fat is held in cells, as though it was dispersed in a sponge. In that form, it’s difficult for the body to remove fat easily. By applying continuous heat, the fat becomes more liquid and therefore more easily removed by the normal bodily processes. (Other forms of applying heat deal with crunches or sit ups.)
3. There are too many incidents of people with either casts or wraps around their tummies for a period of time who lost tummy fat as a result of the increased heat to the tummy area to deny this principle is sound.
4. Even accepted medical procedures DON’T work for everyone. We are not a “one size fits all” species. So results for any medical product will be varied, often from “no benefit” to “near-miraculous” benefit.
5. The doctor-author of this article adheres to AMA principles. AMA Medicine and doctors work with very specific guidelines supported by the AMA and FDA. They seldom go beyond either what the AMA and FDA consider acceptable, or what is unacceptable according to their malpractice insurance.
There are plenty of alternative medical procedures and products that work marvelously, but aren’t sanctioned by either the AMA or FDA.
6. While you should be prudent and careful about these sorts of products, you should also not be confined in your thinking by “conventional wisdom” or narrow guidelines dictated by organizations.
7. I think I’ll give this Tummy Tuck a shot. If it doesn’t work, then I’ll just consider it something that didn’t work for me, but not necessarily something that doesn’t work.

December 17, 2012 at 2:50 pm
(643) Sunshine says:

Just got the belt on Friday – like others have said it may be no more than a girdle or back brace … I do have a herniated disc so wearing the belt for 10 minutes actually feels good and I can still wear a bra and normal clothes. With m back brace I can’t. It also reminds me to stay honest on my snacking. One session at the shrink – $180; tummy tuck belt $40 at Bed Bath and Beyond. Results – guaranteed by neither. Mental adjustment. Priceless.

December 17, 2012 at 3:48 pm
(644) Suzie says:

I am a normal person and no being paid fr ths review. I am 32 and have 2 kids and just couldn’t get rid ofthe pooch after havng them. I tried and am trying the tummy tuck belt and I only used it for 2 days and I have already lost an inch of my wait and the skn doesn’t feel as flabby. I hope it keeps going. I haven’t added any exercise yet but I plan to.

December 22, 2012 at 2:57 am
(645) jay says:

hahahahhaaaa…..I cant believe the number of ‘suckers’ in the comments section…really?, a magic belt with magic cream that makes you lose weight?…I swear, i really thought we were a more enlightened society than this…well, just so you know, i have a magic hat for balding men that makes them regrow hair…really! and if you will just send me 3 easy payments of 19.99 i will send you a years supply, and i stand by my product 100%…sheesh…

December 22, 2012 at 10:41 pm
(646) Amanda says:

I saw this commercial and I started to giggle. I thought it was a joke! Then, I Googled it and realized it was real. There are some people that are either very naive or very desperate.

December 23, 2012 at 10:22 pm
(647) Patty says:

Ok…So most overweight people have belly fat BUT you most likely have xtra fat on the rest of your body too….My thought is, is that people who continue to use this belt lose inches around their waists without losing the other weight…wouldnt you look kinda weird with a big butt, big legs, big arms , big bust and a tiny little waist? Ummm…I would be using it all over my body for christ sake, LOL

December 24, 2012 at 1:12 am
(648) Words of Wisdom says:

Lazy people are gullible people! Can’t you discern which posts are from the company? “I’m a mother of 2″, “I’ve had surgery/tried everything, but after the belt, I’ve lost x inches”, “Don’t listen to educated doctors! Try it for yourself.” Then the company makes grammatical errors and misspellings when writing their comments, in an attempt to fool you into believing they are a “real person”, not a paid spokesperson. Really people? Are you really that gullible? These types of companies are only making money, because lazy people are gullible people. Every fat person knows what it takes to lose weight!

December 25, 2012 at 1:20 pm
(649) MikeA says:

Brian, I am a med-tech also. It’s odd that you are out of work, considering the large demand for med-techs today. As a med-tech (so called scientist) I’m sure you would agree that empirical evidence is the only thing that matters. Debunking, or promoting, a product without testing it for yourself is the opposite of science and the habit of far too many in the medical community today.

December 27, 2012 at 7:44 am
(650) Tish S. says:

My thing is if your doing 2min of adominal exercises each day that you dobt normally do. Light bulb comes on that is the reason for the inches lost…… Think people

December 27, 2012 at 11:20 am
(651) Jeevan says:

this sucks, I tried and it never worked

December 28, 2012 at 1:46 pm
(652) Patsy Cline says:

The ONLY way to lose weight is to limit calorie intake. You can exercise all you want and if you eat more than you burn off, you still going to gain weight.

A plastic surgeon told me that. He also told me he would NOT do a tummy tuck until I lost 40 lbs. So that’s been 3 yrs ago and I have not lost the weight.

Oh I gain and lose all the time, which, to me demise has been loose saggy skin. I have given up dieting and will never spend another dime on a weight loss product or pill.

The only diet I’ve ever been on that worked was Weight Watchers and they change their marketing every so often. If I had of kept doing the program before they changed it, I would have lost the weight.

I’m not advocating any diet plan here. I’m not a dr, nor a spokesperson for any weight loss plan or product, just an overweight middleage woman looking for a miracle that ain’t going to happen.

December 29, 2012 at 1:27 pm
(653) Joe says:

You’re an idiot if you think this works.

December 30, 2012 at 4:10 pm
(654) Peanut says:

I have learned a wee bit about clinical research in the course of my job. Apparently a research study can reach a conclusion, but until the results are “published” in a medical journal, they’re somehow not considered official. And if a company (pharmaceutical or other) blabs about the results before publication, it can actually prevent the results from being published! So that MAY explain the co’s reluctance to disclose the specifics of the studies.

I have also learned that medical school may or may not change a person into a condescending windbag!

I still want to try this BUT will wait till they sell it at Walgreens so I don’t get sucked into the automatic shipment thing. In the meantime will keep taking my raspberry ketones and starch blocker! :) Good luck everyone! :)

December 30, 2012 at 9:42 pm
(655) julie says:

Peanut, they do sell this product at Bed Bath and Beyond for $39.99. If you use a 20% off coupon that’ll bring it down to around $32 and you don’t need to worry about the automatic shipments.

January 1, 2013 at 1:22 pm
(656) Paige says:

I am a 42 yr old female and I had the Gastric Bypass Sugery done in Novemebr of 2002. I lost 180 lbs and was a size 16 after 10 years. I love the results but I was left with an obvious apron, loose skin in the tummy area that hung to my thighs, and could not afford to have a real tummy tuck. My mother bought me the tummy tuck belt for my birthday in July 2012 and I began using it on July 27,2012 with a measurement of 44 3/4 inches around the largest part of my tummy area. I did not use the tummy tuck on a daiy basis but I did use it on average 4 times a week for the 1o minute requirement. I noticed that my apron was rising and by September 26, 2012 I was 40 1/2 inches in the tummy area and a size 12. I did not change my eating habits nore did I exercise. I now weigh 155 lbs and am very pleased with the results. I am now wanting to buy the smaller size belt, since the first one is now big enough I can slip it on and off easily. The tummy tuck belt worked for me and my loose skin and I am very pleased.

January 3, 2013 at 1:10 am
(657) Burne says:

Should my tube of Belly Crean come out chunky and leave white spots on my stomach?

January 3, 2013 at 5:53 am
(658) gary says:

I’ve tried this product. It”s fascinating. I have to hand it to the creators who base their ideas on the question “What if it really worked?” I’ve tried all manner of equipment and gimmicks over the years and all they have done is reinforce my belief in America as the home of dreams. If you buy this you will get some cream in tube and a well made, tight, stretch girdle similar to the types worn by women in the 1940′s. For men it is analgous to an abdominal truss used to contain hernias. It is difficult to get on but once you do it will feel just fine, like a wide belt or strap that is warm but not uncomfortable. I could see people leaving it on for hours. I don’t. I usually just switch to my electric abdominal belt that sends currents into you abdominal muscles forcing them to contract. After that I hang myself up side down on my inversion machine and contemplate the wonders of America as the morning Yoga show begins.

January 4, 2013 at 11:31 pm
(659) littlebarefeet says:

Ethyxydiglycol, the FIRST ingredient in the Tummy Tuck Thermal Accelerator creme, thus the ingredient in largest %, also known as diethylene glycol monethyl ether, is a cosmetic grade solvent that conforms to the current USP/NF monographs. Ethoxydiglycol is particularly appropriate for skin care preparations where it acts as an excellent solvent and carrier. Its solubility in ethanol, propylene glycol, vegetable oils, water, and butylene glycol makes it a valuable solvent or co-solvent which can be used in hydrophilic or lipophilic phases.

Typical Usage: 1 – 10%, safe as used up to 80% (per Cosmetic Ingredient Review)
Appearance: Clear liquid
Solubility: Soluble in water and oils (see above)

INCI: Ethoxydiglycol

Caution: Do not directly apply onto your skin.

NOTE the ABOVE Caution: /\/\/\/\ !!!!!!! So – right off the bat: the first ingredient in the Thermal Accelerator Creme is NOT to be applied directly on the skin.

January 5, 2013 at 7:55 am
(660) Robin says:

I keep getting more cream in the mail and want to cancel this, but I cannot find it listed on the web and therefore cannot get a phone number.

Can anyone help me get a phone number for Customer Service.

January 7, 2013 at 12:04 pm
(661) Dunno who to believe says:

I’m sorry, but not disclosing the name of the universities who did the testing is not suspect. Pharmacutical companies do tests all the time on new drugs for weight loss, diabetes, high blood pressure, etc, and those who volunteer are kept private as well. Tests are run for years before the company is confident enough to ‘send it out into the world’.
Regardless, the only way you’re going to know if the product is legit is to do it yourself. It’s a free trial for 30 days. if it doesn’t work for you, send it back. But it doesn’t mean it won’t work for someone else. These ‘complaint’ sites are just as bad as the infomercial….except they’re not basing their complaints on fact (by using the product) they’re spouting an opinion and hoping it accounts for something because they have letters after their name.

January 8, 2013 at 2:43 pm
(662) tina says:

This DOES work! I love how this guy that hasn’t even tried it decided to blast it negatively. I have been using this for about 3 weeks now. It is hard to squeeze out of the tube so I take the over cap off of it and lay it on a table and press down- it’s very thick. After I lost 4 inches off my waist I started using it on my waist and back and toosh and also my legs. I just started putting it on my legs a few days ago and have seen a big decrease in cellulite so I’m pretty excited. I do the tummy exercise then try to walk 1 to 3 miles per day. (I’m doing an in-home walk cd because of the cold) Today I was fortunate enough to find a lot of 10 on ebay for $159 and free shipping- since I already have the tummy tuck belt, I only need the cream. That’s about $15.50 a tube. Since I’m getting 10 tubes off e-bay I can use it all over- I put thermal pants and thermal long sleeve shirts on and do at least a mile of in-door walking and I’m so excited about the inches coming off! So far I have lost a total of 10 inches off my tummy, buns & legs in less than 3 weeks. Woo Hoo!

January 8, 2013 at 7:40 pm
(663) donna says:

Well to every one that wants to try this i say ” go for it” its your money that is being wasted. my $40 means too much to me to waste like that. but then again my opinion. do you know that you can get the same affect from one of those old fashion gertle things……..think about it people

January 10, 2013 at 12:54 am
(664) teresa says:

i bought tummy tuck in nov., after thanksgiving. i measured 41 in” and my weight was 198. by christmas i was 38 in” and weight went to 186. i was not sure it would work . yes it did cost me 52 dollars right off the bat but i would rather pay it and be done with it. the first of the month they billed me 26.98 for a new refill which it is the 9th and i havent seen it yet..i cant say it didnt work because it did. it isnt a fast weight loss but i did notice the differants.you also have to put a marble size portion on each time it will feel warm. it actually agrevated my heart burn problem but im still useing it one more month.

January 11, 2013 at 1:58 am
(665) Kathy says:

I myself did not believe the claim that you could keep your lifestyle and still lose weight. I had surgery in 2011 and weighed 109 pounds before and one month after I had my ovary and falop. tube removed, but three months later at a follow up I weighed 128 pounds. He ran test on my thyroid, came back negative. Today I weigh 145 pounds, my average weight throughout my life was between 100 and 110. This is the most I have ever weighed and I am a nurse so I should know better, but I recieved this system for the tummy tuck on wednesday before I had to go to work, took everything out of the package, noticed a measureing tape.measured my abdomen, i was at 38 inches: tried it then and that night . The next day before i used it again i measured my abdomen….I had lost 1 inch! thought it may have been a floot, no tonight after using it today twice…lost almost 2 inches…it works for me can’t say about anyone else. My metabolism had slowed down after my surgery.

January 17, 2013 at 12:16 am
(666) erin says:

just so you know you can buy this in most drug stores in the seen on tv section for 19.99.im going to try it just for fun.so i will give weekly updates so today jan,16 2013 in 5 days or so i will let you know if anythings happening,,

January 17, 2013 at 7:25 pm
(667) sara says:

Hi Erin, can you tll me what drugstores carry it? I’d like to tr it.

January 18, 2013 at 1:15 am
(668) LOTUS FLOWER says:


January 18, 2013 at 8:01 am
(669) Dr K. Anderson says:

Yes its true, its among the most instant and painless options if you wish to remove fat immediately! Thumbs up for sharing!

January 18, 2013 at 8:02 am
(670) Marina J. says:

Is it true? such a simple procedure? no blood loss, no bruising? nothing???

January 19, 2013 at 9:54 pm
(671) Oberman says:

Tummy tuck does NOT work at all!!! Like everything else, they come with a diet plan. If we could diet we wouldn’t even look at this stuff (MONEY SUCKER product) but we need these Bull..it company’s to sell us stuff that NEVER works…………as the world turns :( trust me” don’t buy…..!

January 22, 2013 at 12:21 pm
(672) thinking of trying it says:

for the person wanting the # – on the web site its 1-800-305-8988

January 22, 2013 at 5:38 pm
(673) Shawna says:

I just came across this article and wanted to put my two cents in. I was approached to review the Tummy Tuck Belt on my blog. I provided a thorough, honest review on this product without any compensation except for being provided the product to review. I was extremely happy with the results and I did not use it as often as instructed. I skipped several days throughout my review period, but used it for a total of 26 days.

My results were a loss of almost 5.5 inches in just over a month. Although the product includes suggestions for a diet plan and different exercise suggestions, I ate the same foods and portion sizes that I typically do. I didn’t do any additional exercise other than the tummy tightening exercises that you are instructed to do with the product. I simply applied the cream, put the belt on, did the tightening exercises and went about my day. There were times when I wore it while cleaning house, but mostly it was worn while sitting here working on the computer. I often wore it for anywhere from 10 up to 40 minutes at a time. The longest I kept it on was roughly 4 hours (during a movie premier and focus group discussion afterwards).

I cannot promise that everyone will get the same results, as results will obviously vary, but this product is far from a scam. I’ve used it and have seen the results in my own body. Until you use it, I don’t see how you can trash-talk it.

January 26, 2013 at 3:49 am
(674) desperate fat ass says:

wow, people just love to hear what they want instead of using their brains…if it’s too good to be true…it must be true! it is your money, throw it away if you want

January 26, 2013 at 4:03 am
(675) Health Studies Group says:

You can’t spot reduce fat. Your body doesn’t work like that. So this is definitely a scam. You can however help your skin regain elasticity but it could take months to years without a real surgical tummy tuck depending on age and skin type. Even if you “burn” this fat off quickly, it will come back just as fast possibly adding more fat than you started off with. I laughed at this infomercial seeing as there is actually medical studies that can be proven about what I said. No university has studied the “tummy tuck belt”. Who would? It’s complete sh*t. That is all.

January 26, 2013 at 12:50 pm
(676) bubbles says:

this is meant to help get rid of fat. it will not cure baggy skin for that you would need a tummy tuck. you can do all you want with eating or wearing the belt it will not make that much of a difference you have to spend even 15 minutes a day toning your body to see and feel the difference with or without the belt.. but i am certain the belt will help your belly trim much faster and also melt away a few extra inches to boot.

January 26, 2013 at 11:37 pm
(677) RRen says:

People, PLEASE educate yourselves FIRST and don’t believe every hype you see and hear! All these “simple” easy-way-out ways of losing weight do NOT work. PERIOD. There is no shortcut to health and fitness. You have to work at it, just like everybody else. It’s all about a combination of good diet and consistent exercise. And, honestly, even people who have had surgery, a baby, sports injury, etc. can STILL exercise. Do NOT state with complete certainty that you can’t. All you need to do is MODIFY the exercise so that it is comfortable for YOU. How do you think all these athletes, dancers, gymnasts, etc., even adventure/thrill seekers, who get hurt ALL the time, get back into their routine to do so? Because they get physical therapy specifically designed for THEIR injury to help them get back into workout and fitness. Don’t think you can lose fat just by putting on some stupid girdle with a “thermal” cream which hasn’t even been verified as safe by the FDA! How ridiculous can any of you be to fall for something like this???!!! Stop being lazy, do your exercise and eat right. I don’t care what any of these types of companies claim. The ONLY way (and safe/proper way) to lose weight, tone up or maintain a healthy weight is through healthy diet and consistent exercise. That’s it, period, end of story. These companies just want to make a quick buck and since sooooo many people are uninformed, they’ll have a quick sale because they know too many will fall for it. Don’t believe this hype!!! Do your due diligence on EVERYTHING you come across!!

January 27, 2013 at 12:43 pm
(678) Lisa says:

I sure wish all you people who have NOT tried the product would refrain from commenting so those of us who are looking for true REVIEWS could find them. Opinions are like _______ we all have them and most of them stink.

January 28, 2013 at 3:42 pm
(679) ladyworkaholic says:

I’m so glad I found your blog… It is just irresponsible to prey on people’s fear and lazy behaviors. I AM A CARD CARRYING SUGAR LOVER… and what I know is when I eliminate or reduce sugar, I LOSE… when I fall back and eat it again… I GAIN.

This (as has already been said) is a girdle. There is no healthy magic way to lose weight. I encourage anyone who likes this idea to go to a good intimates store and purchase a good girdle one size too small. Wear it around the house, or even through the day. Drink more water, eat smaller portions, eat more often and then have a good chat with your doctor about the best solution for YOU.

There is no single diet method that works for everyone. God bless everyone on their journey.

January 29, 2013 at 12:06 pm
(680) Mary says:

I can appreciate and respect everyone’s comments/opinions about a product you have never tried and had I read this before then I would have never considered buying the product but from a consumer stand point I have bought the product and I have been using it for a year and I have lost a lot of weight. For the first 6 months I have lost only 15lbs without changing my eating habit or exercising but the next 6 months I lost more with exercising for the ten minutes that the belt must be worn again without changing my eating habits and have lost a 60lbs I use to weigh 405 and a year later im down to 330 and this year I am going to add the slimfast diet to my routine. I was ashamed to enter a gym because of the stares I would get and the whispers I would hear but I did go to the gym and I even had a personal trainer for 6 months and nothing I went 5 days a week to the gym and all 5 days with my personal trainer who was a real nice guy and really tried to make me feel comfortable and he pushed me to work hard he was an ex marine drill Sargent but I lost nothing and I tried to exercise and diet alone and nothing worked for me I started eating smaller meals 6 times a day(healthy meals) I stopped drinking sodas and drank more v8s and water I even bought the total gym and used sensa and nothing! I have tired everything to lose the weight and this works for me

January 31, 2013 at 11:55 am
(681) Jules says:

Hey Mary, I don’t know how you got the belt on. I am 160 pounds and I have the medium belt and had a hard time getting it on, I can’t imagine how you got it on. I wouldn’t think that the large belt would fit anyone over 250 pounds . I have only been using the belt for a few days. I have been excersing more than usual so my muscles feel a little tighter, but I can’t really tell if I have lost any inches (I haven’t measured). I do like the way I look in my jeans much better with the belt on. I leave it on all day. Considering that the price of a girdle isn’t much different than that of the tummy tuck belt and I also got the cream, I think it’s a good deal, and it reminds me to stretch and continue excersizing. I think in the long run it’s going to work because of the additional stretches and excersises and the cream hopefully will help. I got mine at Bed, Bath, and Beyond for $40 plus I had a $5 off coupon, so I am not locked into any deal with the Tummy Tuck people. I will update in a month or so and let you know my progress!

February 1, 2013 at 4:20 pm
(682) seiter s says:

I purchased this product, I have received a horrible rash on my stomach, today I visited a dermatologist, $35.00, don’t waste your money if you have sensitive skin, I have been itching for over a week & stopped using it after 4 days, Tuesday will be 2 weeks of not using the product,Still itching, still have a rash. Don’t Waste Your Money!!!

February 1, 2013 at 4:22 pm
(683) Sheila Seiter says:


February 1, 2013 at 7:23 pm
(684) chelsey says:

Save ur money. This product is a hoax. Yes I have tried it. I am not overweightby any means however have a few inches to get rid of. Stick with diet and old fashion exercise. I threw away hard earned money on junk. I am a sucker.

February 2, 2013 at 7:57 am
(685) Dr Dot says:

just had to comment on this tummy tuck topic. i bought one because my job as a long distantance driver doesn’t allow me time for much exersise and i would like to look firmer thru my waist line.i had no problem with ordering it either never waited for delivery came in 4 days never paid extra shipping either but when placing my order a real person wanted to sell me many other products as well which i declined. j had no use for them. however i am using my tummy tuck belt and have to tell you my back feels great from wearing it at night when sleeping. j’m recovering from a buldging dics and if i would have known this would have helped my back i would have bought it sooner for this reason! now for the purpose it was made for it is working i have lost half an inch this last week off my belly. my tummy muscles are feeling some what stronger too. From my experience so far to does work. Hope this helps.

February 3, 2013 at 7:41 am
(686) bleep says:

In the before and after pictures, it’s not even the same person. Some lady looked younger lol.

February 3, 2013 at 1:05 pm
(687) Hollie says:

I am beyond delighted with this product!!!
I just purchased this from Bed Bath & Beyond- if you use their coupon, it’s only $31.
Day 4 & I finally had time to view the DVD to see what the proper activating exercises are, basically suck it in & hold it.
So far I have lost a little over an inch daily in 3 different areas. True waist, belly button & lower abs.
Can’t wait to see what I get now that I’m using it correctly.
Because of spinal injuries I’m forbidden from doing most exercises including crunches.
Every person will get different results, I’m not obese & don’t have sagging skin. If you have the type of “fat” that responds to wraps then this will probably work for you…and it cost waaaay less.

Too bad nobody ever reads the comments on the last page.

February 3, 2013 at 3:18 pm
(688) Linda says:

Why are these products considered legal? Why can they fleece the public and it is ok? So I can make up a product in my bathroom, Claim I have had indepentent studies done and don’t have to tell you who did them or publish the findings. Wow what a country! Have to go now, got to get someone to help me manufacture the tubes or jars for my product and get some TV time….. Course I will have to pay some overhead costs but I will be able to cover this and still come up with millions of dollars. I thought there used to be a law to protect us from this on the Airwaves.

February 3, 2013 at 4:10 pm
(689) Sierra_Yan says:

Well from alot of the post the first review is from a plastic surgeon so lets get people also the other comments i see are just people who never tried it cuz you dont see anywhere in they post that they tried it or if they do any kind of work out plus its only $40 buck i seen girdles cost $80 i even saw one thats $120 so come on people i work out and seen results but a girdle wont kill and neither will $40 so im gonna try it I will be smart and use my pre paid debit card so that auto charging mess will no be an issue

February 3, 2013 at 5:18 pm
(690) Keith says:

Target sells a similar band for $11. Try that instead if you think it “might” work. It’s a much cheaper price to lose if it doesn’t.

February 3, 2013 at 9:22 pm
(691) Mama-in-Virginia says:

I purchased this product at Bed Beth and Beyond. Couldn’t even get it on…it kept rolling up. Then I couldn’t get it off. Guess it’s not made for size 14/16 curvy mamas. Laughed so hard about it I got a great abs workout!! That’s pretty much the best use for this product. Returned it today and got my $40 back.

February 5, 2013 at 12:44 am
(692) reece says:

you guys are so cheap and a bunch of haters if you cant afford the product how can anyone trust what you say and the person starting this did some research but never order the belt and tried before making statements then getting people on that band wagon i ordered it cause i think anything worth a try,especially when people are overweight and cant afford costly surgery why take away hope for these people.you are a doctor do some charity work and offer some free medical solutions if not surgery yourself talk what you preach.

February 5, 2013 at 12:49 pm
(693) Duren says:

Hello? Don’t leave comments if you’d never give any product a try! I have back problem for 30 years and exercise is not my cup of tea. I’m a slim person the only problem I have is extra fat hanging on my lower belly. Well, I started to use the cream since 9/2012 and so far I’ve lost 1 inch on my waist, 2 inches on my belly, and 2.5 inches on my lower belly. I’ve tried hard to rub on the stomach area though but didn’t see much result on this stubborn area. I’ll give it a try if I were you! My weight was 126, now 119. I’ll continue using the product as long as it doesn’t have any side effect. Please do keep us posted if that the case…

February 6, 2013 at 10:29 pm
(694) Maribeth says:

I purchased this product and I must say I am noticing the difference after just one week. My 10 year old son even told me I look thinner and my husband has noticed as well. I have been doing the excersizes faithfully though so that may have something to do with it. I have no excess skin from pregnancy; just belly fat though. I can’t wait to see the results after 30 days and besides the abdominal excersizes , I have not increased any other form of exercise. I will definitely keep using this and with more results, may be motivated to do more exercise.

February 8, 2013 at 2:15 pm
(695) Michelle says:

Just in case some of you are worried about having them automatically sending the cream and charging you every month, i just bought it at academy same price no talking to operaters or giving out your credit card number or waiting for it to come in the mail. Academy sports store. Easy!!!

February 9, 2013 at 3:37 pm
(696) Alex says:

Believe me, this one is truly a SCAM. Yes, I bit and ordered the system. Not only does it not work but the scam goes on and on. I deliberaly unchecked the automatic shipment for ‘the cream’. My credit card was just charged for the cream in two payments of $19.99 and $26.98. I was also ‘signed up’ against my wishes, for a FREE shopping service. I emailed back to state I did not want the service, but they said since it was free, there was no cancellation, and of course, since there was no place to cancel this, now it is automatically renewed. Further, I have been harrassed by solicitation phone calls for other “FREE” services. I have asked them to take my name and phone # off any lists. They state they have NOW cancelled the order (which I never placed to begin with). If my credit does not show up or if I am charged again, I will be forced to cancel the credit card and everyone should report them to the BBB in their city and in the city which they operate.

February 11, 2013 at 6:44 pm
(697) Lisa says:

I bought this last Wed. at Bed Bath and Beyond. It was working well. I am on weight watchers too but here was my side effect. I had trememdous cramping and gas for 2 days and the day after I discontinued it. Wondering is anyone else had this effect. It was horrible. I got revenge for the entire 25 years of being married to my hubby in two days. Talk about embarrassing and painful at the same time. Funny now, not then.

February 14, 2013 at 4:43 am
(698) Danny says:

Wow I thought of my self as a smart man at 60years old I’ve been duked what a fraud tummy tuck has been the got away with taking money every month from my account after getting my third ACCELERATION CREAM yea watch my money acceleration in to ther account I called and told them no more cream I forgot to say and stop taking money because the stopped sending cream but remembered to take money they have told me the refunded 46$ and not to call the bank trust them to take care of it it could take up to a month to see the money in my account YEA two months later no money I had to change my dept card to stop them taking money DON’T TRUST THIS RIPOFF ,PLUS IT DOSENT WORK should be laws unhappy fooled again Danny Lee Mahoney

February 14, 2013 at 5:57 am
(699) cs says:

I can’t wait to buy this. The U.S. is always the last on innovation in cosmetics and other areas lately. I have friends from all over the world and came back from living in Japan for 6 years and got to travel all over east Asia down to Australia. My friends always come back and tell me about new things that they tried in their “motherland.” I got to see things that just barely got here these years later. Like BB cream! It’s like some craze here for now. Don’t dismiss new things because you can’t understand the science behind it.

February 14, 2013 at 5:34 pm
(700) jade says:

What a JOKE!!! This is such a fake, dont waste your money on something so silly, “i was excited to get this and I tried it, I wore and had no results, I even exercised and did a calorie intake!

February 15, 2013 at 8:45 am
(701) Ronnie says:

I don’t know why people just don’t wait a few months till products comes out in the stores. I just saw this product at Bed, Bath and Beyond for only $9.99. If I buy it and does not work. I can just return it to them.

February 16, 2013 at 9:14 pm
(702) Peter-paul says:

Ive had it for almost a 2 weeks….i like it, i wear it to work under my uniform and i look 20 lbs thinner. i lost like 5 lbs already.

February 19, 2013 at 11:25 am
(703) Loni says:

The product does work depending on how you use it. I lost an inch in three days, I wear it all day for the slimming effect also it helps with my back pain. I do not believe in unnecessary surgery. I have a very bad back and am limited in the types of exercise I can do. So if there is something that can help I am going to use it. The first question I would ask of this doctor is if she uses it and nine times out of ten they did not. There will always be things that work for one person that does not work for an another. That is a fact of life. But to claim it does not work when you have never tried it is stupid. You are advising someone on something you do not use. If works it works if it doesn’t it may be you are using it improperly or it may not work with your system or it works slowly. If you have something to say about a product use it first and then give you opinion.

February 19, 2013 at 9:47 pm
(704) Ed Jump says:

Dear Dr. Odunze,

Thank you so much for your warning!!! If I could, I would like to add another tidbit to your warning and that is their “30 day guarantee”. By LAW, EVERYONE that sells on the Internet is REQUIRED to give at LEAST a “30 day guarantee” of their product(s).

So, given the facts that they refuse to give the university names that have supposedly conducted the “studies”, the “canned” diet program responses given commenter #2 along with their own website, and their MANDATORY “30 day guarantee”, everyone should be seeing RED FLAGS at this point!!!!

Over the years I have come to the conclusion that ANY and/or ALL medical claims for products, gimmicks, or programs should be treated exactly as if you were gambling in any casino, EXPECT TO LOSE YOUR MONEY and/or HEALTH, and be pleasantly SURPRISED if you DON’T!!!

February 20, 2013 at 10:43 am
(705) contessa says:

please i purchased this cream and i went from a size 13 to a 6 it does work so boo to you guys you dont have knowledge about this product..so don’t buy more for ME!!!!

February 22, 2013 at 2:57 am
(706) JHunni says:

Hubby both it a year ago …. never put it to use. .. its day 1 for me. I put it on did the required stuff then took it off. I eat a 1, 200 calorie diet and exercise 5 days aweek. This is to sspeed things up. Ill be back! Ill TRY anything b4 knocking it. … insanity, tapout XT, taebo, zumba, I love trying and resting pills and new inventions…. They all work (is all in our minds). 10 years ago I had an A cup I wanted bidet boobs so I bought some pills … you rub your boobs with the cream, do some exercises, and take the pills… 60 days later I had bigger boobs 36B. My boobs are a 36 C now. .. and I paid $200 for those pills. So hey to eaches own. Try it. … it will work if done correctly. Don’t be lazy do the exercises and stick with it. I’m going above and beyond (sleeping with the belt on now). Will be eating healthy and exercising. Taking green coffee bean pills as well as rasberry Keytones. I have 40 lbs. To get off.

February 22, 2013 at 10:30 am
(707) wordpress blog designers says:

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February 23, 2013 at 11:31 pm
(708) Jaclyn says:

Honestly, I think if someone wants to spend their “hard earned money” on something so be it. If you think you’re going to shed pounds by wearing a belt and applying a cream you are sadly mistaken. It takes hard work to lose years of fat. This belt might help and you might see results if you work on it. You can’t sit on your couch at midnight stuffing your face with twinkies while wearing a belt and expect It to work. I think half the bad comments come from fat lazy people, that’s just my opinion.

Personally, I have purchased it and can’t wait to see what it does. I don’t have a lot to lose so it might work great for me. I have recently dropped from 238 to 150 in a year just by changing my diet and walking. You have a 30 guarantee so what the hell go for it if you want to. Don’t let others tell you what to do BC they are most likely the Twinkie eaters at midnight that are looking for that effortless miracle pill. It took you years to get it and it will take years to lose it.

February 26, 2013 at 12:27 am
(709) Questioned part 2 says:


Even beyond the touchy subject of health, safety, product viability and longevity, with all the millions of businesses in the world why should anyone buy a product from a company that is accused with astounding regularity of false advertizing, over and inflated billing, refusal of warrantee and refunds and continual malfeasance.

My conclusion once again, until the business changes policy and behavior, nobody should by any product from this business no matter what they might be selling.

The good news:
Those who made a complaint with the California Better Business Bureau http://www.la.bbb.org/ had a good chance at a refund. Of the 154 complaints (starting from 08/24/11) the BBB wrote “Our complaint history for this company shows the company gave proper consideration to complaints presented by the Bureau.”

Kudos to ‘(458) Unbelievable’ for the BBB idea Good Day All

February 27, 2013 at 11:40 pm
(710) star says:

i bought this because a friend said it worked for her. i’m on day 5 and i’ve already lost 1/2 inch from my waist without doing anything else different. even my boyfriend and my mom said they noticed a difference and my pants fit better. i can’t vouch for everyone but it seems to be helping me

February 28, 2013 at 10:45 am
(711) Dave V says:

This is my second week with the product. I don’t follow the plan and I have about 30 lbs I wanted to lose. I have lost 20. I do crunches, ride my stationary bike and wear the belt pretty much most of the day. It may be water weight but it does work. I use to wear 38 jeans and down to 36 now and people are all asking me if I lost weight. I am pretty happy with the product. I do use my own accelerator which is called Sweet Sweat. So with that it, form your own opinion. I have a few belts like this one but this is pretty comfortable too…..

March 1, 2013 at 6:31 am
(712) nicole says:

I am So elated that Someone shut up the Naysayers mouths on this site and did the Real work of Trying the Product and Then giving and Honest Oppinionion based on Facts and not scepticism I mean How the H-ll Can you Speak on Something and Shoot it down When You Know You Never Tried it and are Not an authority on the Subject? Seriously…Smh.Glad you All had good results;)

March 1, 2013 at 6:40 am
(713) RCC says:

How interesting. A plastic surgeon who makes her money from performing expensive surgeries, such as tummy tucks, telling people not to buy a cheap product that can purportedly do the same thing. No, not biased at all. Not one bit. Yeah, right.

March 1, 2013 at 6:45 am
(714) nicole says:

I bet the doctor who wrote this misinformed article went out and got her a belt lol…doctors think they know everything but oops…they do not!

March 1, 2013 at 3:22 pm
(715) rachel says:

I bought a tummy tuck belt a couple of weeks ago, and I can honestly say I have lost almost an inch in my waist. Yes I do other exercises along with the tummy tuck belt. I am very happy with this product. NO I AM NOT A PAID ACTOR OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT. Just a mom of 2.

March 1, 2013 at 6:24 pm
(716) Not me says:

These companies will only take ones money even if you try to cancel.

Go ahead, skip a diet and workout and hope some scam will work while they rip you off.

March 2, 2013 at 2:31 pm
(717) susan says:

I bought and it worked from 40 to a 38 that was the first time using today wull be my second amazing if you didnt buy the product dont leave a comment

March 2, 2013 at 4:12 pm
(718) Toni says:

I’m just loving the “positive” comments by the obvious employees of this scam who are posting under numerous false names. Most of us are not that stupid to pay for something that the company does not provide documented proof behind it’s product. Simple answer. Don’t make these J.O.’s richer then they already are! Eat “better” and exercise “more”…simple.

March 3, 2013 at 1:44 am
(719) Shawntal says:

I bought the tummy tuck belt. I have been over weight my whole life. I wasn’t happy with myself, and as bad as it was exercise wasn’t doing good enough. I bought the belt and didn’t change any eating habits or exercise, although after using the belt for a week I dropped a pant size. That than motivated me to not be so lazy. I started using the tummy tuck belt while exercising (which I suddenly had the motivation to do) All in all I am about 3 and a half weeks into the belt, and am already from a size 20 pant to a size 16. This belt will help, and it will motivate to do more about you weight. It really does work, the plastic surgeons will tell you it doesn’t cause its a lot cheaper and maybe more effective then plastic surgery. Its just motivating and it works.

March 3, 2013 at 1:17 pm
(720) CapeCod says:

The above comment is the only one that makes any sense to me. There is a reason it looks like band aid, thats all it is. I can see it maybe motivating somebody into exercising more, as nothing breeds results like results. However, there is also a reason proper diet and exercise are the one tried and true proven method of weight loss. I’m sorry, but if people claim they are exercising 4 or 5 times a week and getting no results, you’re doing it wrong. You cannot out train a piss poor diet. Going to the gym to make up for shoving a cream pie in your face doesnt work. The saying “Muscles are built in the gym, abs are built in kitchen” is very true. All in all, like has been said, if it gets people off their ass and doing something, good for you. But this is not a solution.

March 3, 2013 at 1:23 pm
(721) ROSIE says:

I’m really amazed how people react to.these get fit quick schemes.It did take the individual over night to become over weight by 30 lbs as it did someone gaining 100 lbs! Once you get your mind set to change your total lifestyle, then & only then will you finally lose the weight you desire or need to lose for health reasons. ONLY cosmetic surgery can take loose skin and shed it within a day. As painful as it may be it would be the only way I would spend money on a FAST solution for A Tummy Tuck. Since I decided to change my Lifestyle, I’ve loss a total of 70lbs. I STILL have a long way to go before I reach my goal which is to look like I did when I graduated high school. Oh I know. the chances are very slim I’ll ever have the
body I had at 18 but it has been a challenge everyday and one I’m really set on keeping! It has been very rewarding and also flattering all the complimemts I’ve received when I see someone I haven’t seen in a while.


March 3, 2013 at 1:47 pm
(722) ROSIE says:

I honestly have to say after reading numerous of the Replies I have laughed and agreed with all of you. It’s Really been an eye opening experiene. Wishing you all luck whether u try the belt or have the “Actual Tummy Tuck”! I really want the real deal. I just HATE PAIN. I’M 44 yrs old and I guess my bikini days are overbut I can still enjoy my weight loss success and keep on working out to achieve the desire body I will only be satisfied! I have have packed up all the 18′s and above and got em outta here. I’m working on single digits and I believe I WILL GET THERE. I USED TO.BE A SIZE 26 now I’m a.14/16 and everything in my life has completely changed for the best. Take it slow and easy. Eat right and do everything to the best of your ability! When you clean house suck.that gut in and use your stomach muscles. Make every stretch and turn count. Bending oto pick something up use ur muscles. I KNOW IF I CAN YOU CAN. It didn’t happen over night nor did gaining weight. But its easier, to put Food into your mouth. You can achieve your goals it’s all a mental challenge! Once you get tired of seeing all the younger more atractive generation you finally realize I’m not as HOT AS I.WAS. BUT NOW I’M WELL ON MY WAY & IT FEELS AWESOME!! GOOD LCK.

March 5, 2013 at 11:32 am
(723) kevans says:

I just did an online chat with them and they did not know what was in the cream and told me to call the 800 number. I have a tummy buldge that will not go away with exercise and I cannot afford plastic surgery so I may as well risk the money to try it because I sure cannot afford any other solution. It is worth the risk and has a money back guarantee.

March 6, 2013 at 2:36 am
(724) cora bleu says:

Wow, I so wish I had a quarter for every comment on here. I NEVER watch late night ‘you know you NEED this so go ahead & BUY IT’ shows but for some reason I caught a few tonite (what in the heck was I thinking lol,never again). First I had on something about this wonderful bra then came the Tummy Tuck system & last was some miracle spray paint thing (I would probably get more use out of it, but does it work?) As far as the TTS, I’m sure it probably says somewhere that results may vary, meaning that something that works for Dick may not work for Jane. We are all built different. I doubt that I will order it, as someone mentioned several comments earlier, I too noticed that their might be some airbrushing on the ‘after’ pics. Someone else mentioned that this is for sale at Bed Bath & Beyond, if you do want to try it might be better to get it there or on Ebay. After reading all the nightmares with cancelling the auto-ship on the cream if I were to buy I would get it on Ebay, I have never had any problems with Paypal payment transactions there. Good luck to those of you that decide to try the TT. I have switched back to the Food Network where I belong lol ;)

March 6, 2013 at 6:07 pm
(725) Poolah says:

I am fat from MO!

I just saw this commercial. I don’t buy it! Anyway, I have a lot of belly fat and I started a boot camp at a gym. I am 51 years old and it is hard work. My trainer who is in excellent physical shape and the mother of twins said that you can get one of those belts at Walmart for $5 and wear it while you are exercising and it does help melt some of the fat away but that is through sweating away the fat but they are hot and I don’t like them. Sometimes I wear one around the house and while I am exercising. But exercising per my trainer is only 10% of weight loss. Unfortunately the other 90% is through diet. It took me 15 years to become overweight. I gained about 6 to 7 pounds per year so it is going to take me a long time to get the weight off. But it won’t take 15 years. Exercise and diet is the only way you can lose fat and all those infomercials and pills is just crap. I have started at 222 lbs and I am down to 207 lbs. It started on December 26th! I go to boot camp one hour per day and it is horrible. I am only 4’11″. It is the hardest thing I have ever done and I cuss and sometimes cry but you know what, this is what I get for not taking care of my body. It is painful but I do it. And I feel so good after it is all over with. Because I can flip a 120 lb tractor tire and push a prowler and do 150 leg squats but I can’t do pushups without falling flat on my face and laying on the floor kicking my feet because I hate any upper arm exercise.

Come on people, I can do it and so can you. The first two days I could hardly squat on the toilet without crying because my muscles hurt so much but it is because they are awake now. They have been laying dormant for years. Every day I feel a new muscle under all that fat crying out because I have smothered it. Poor muscles. Now don’t you feel bad?

March 7, 2013 at 11:05 pm
(726) susan says:

It works basically because for me I let my muscles slack i find my self sitting down and contracting myabs its not a miracle its common sense it got me motivated see if i dont suck in my stomach it is 40 inchs and now learnig to strengthen the muscle so when i do that my stomach goes downti a 35 i know it wont remove my baby pouch..it got me motivated…..

March 7, 2013 at 11:05 pm
(727) susan says:

It works basically because for me I let my muscles slack i find my self sitting down and contracting myabs its not a miracle its common sense it got me motivated see if i dont suck in my stomach it is 40 inchs and now learnig to strengthen the muscle so when i do that my stomach goes downti a 35 i know it wont remove my baby pouch..it got me motivated…..

March 7, 2013 at 11:16 pm
(728) susan says:

It works basically because for me I let my muscles slack i find my self sitting down and contracting myabs its not a miracle its common sense it got me motivated see if i dont suck in my stomach it is 40 inchs and now learnig to strengthen the muscle so when i do that my stomach goes downti a 35 i know it wont remove my baby pouch..it got me motivated…..and i bought it at bed bath and beyond

March 8, 2013 at 9:35 am
(729) Jennifer arredondo says:

None of have tried so you don’t know if it works or not I am doing it right now it seems to work for me

March 10, 2013 at 6:15 pm
(730) Barbara says:

I bought it today at Academy Sporting Goods department store. I have no trouble putting on the belt. I have not gotten a rash from the cream. I’ll add the exercise in the video with my other exercise regiment. I have a gym membership. And I am educated. For those of you who don’t know if you should use it, go buy a case of coke, beer and ice cream with your $40.

March 14, 2013 at 1:40 pm
(731) helpful info says:

For all of you people out there who are hesitant to buy this product over the phone, I just wanted to let you know that I saw this same product for sale at Bed Bath & Beyond for $39.99. That way you have the option of buying it in the stores, don’t have to pay shipping and handling on it, and half the time can use one of the 20% off coupons that they always have in the back of their ad towards it which would bring the cost down to around $32.00. Also if you didn’t like the product the returning it procedure wouldn’t be as stressful. Hope this helps! :)

March 16, 2013 at 7:47 am
(732) Erica says:

One of the ingredients, phenoxyethanol, is a REPRODUCTIVE HAZARD according to its Material Safety Data Sheet.

March 18, 2013 at 3:11 am
(733) Joey says:

If you’re looking for a way to lose weight safely without any infomercial nonsense check this out. I saw this infomercial one night and laughed because my company produces something way more legit. I would like some feedback from some doctors or medical professionals if possible. The product I am referring to is called the slenderiiz system. Check it out at my website at http://www.slenderiiz.com/88ariix88. This might be what you’re looking for. Give it a look and judge for yourself. I want to really help people, if you want to learn more ask me.

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(734) Tom in Broomall says:

You can always wrap a ShamWow around your waist, then put on a Snuggy for 10 minutes. That should sweat it off.

March 23, 2013 at 10:01 pm
(735) hank says:

you can get the same results if you wrap yourself with saran wrap and do the isometric exercises. we went to a body sculpturist and this is what she had us do. The Saran wrap helps in a way we did not understand but did give us a way to improve the isometric exercises. my waist went from a size 42 to a size 37 in about 6 weeks. I was very good about eating better and doing the exercises twice a day ( morning and 2 hours after dinner each day) We ate a lot of oatmeal and fruit, which we are sure is the real weight loss piece, but the toning came from the isometrics. hope this helps someone out there.

March 29, 2013 at 2:20 pm
(736) cinda says:

My take on this is that there is nothing wrong believing in hop. This hope(tummy tuck belt) is much cheaper then the surgery. At least if you try this it is reversable unlike surgery where as if surgery does not come out right then you have to get more surgery..so losing $40 is better then wasting thousands…just sayin

March 29, 2013 at 4:42 pm
(737) Ken says:

It’s a bit sad that this article is even necessary. It seems that one would have to be a total moron to think this opportunistic snake oil is valid. Belly fat is eliminated with math … few calories taken in, burn additional calories. Repeat often.

March 31, 2013 at 3:13 pm
(738) Melanie says:

If there was an easy way to lose weight then there would be no fat people! Think logically, people who buy these items are absolutely ridiculous! Exercise, healthy lifestyle, and diet are the only ways to lose weight and keep it off- get off your ass and DO something!

April 1, 2013 at 9:21 am
(739) Laura says:

It is a waste of time to read comments from all those who are quick to give advice with no indication of using the product. I was skeptical as well but needed comments from those people that tried the TT System. I purchased the product and followed the instructions as directed. I am beginning the 3rd week with great results as promised. I’ve made no change in diet as I was already eating smart. The loss of 2 inches from my waist was pretty incredible. But the product did what it said it would. In addition, it has given me more reason to continue and to broaden my routine to incorporate exercise too. I needed a product like this to give me inspiration to continue. I am a 55 year old woman, 5’3″ with 40 pounds to lose and this product is working for me. If someone asked me my recommendation to purchase it I would reply yes! Give it a try and use common sense when your over all well-being is concerned. The statement of garbage in – garbage out is true.

April 2, 2013 at 1:06 pm
(740) Kit says:

Still looking for the side effects of Thermal Accelerator Tummy cream.
Can’t find hit on the internet.

April 4, 2013 at 12:09 am
(741) J.R says:

I bought the 10 min tummy tuck at bed bath n beyond thought it was a better idea then buying it from the source i was using it for a week till i started to develope a allergy reaction for three days i had a nasty itch that came and went just around the area i applied the cream too…

April 5, 2013 at 1:39 pm
(742) MaryAnne says:

I have been using the product for about 3 weeks now. I have had no side effects and have seen a huge difference in my stomach.

April 6, 2013 at 3:20 pm
(743) Tammie says:

i am so glad i read up on this product. i was seriously considering buying it. i am not buying or using this product. i am over weight and would love to lose a good bit of weight,but i’ll do it the old fashion way. eat less and do as much exercise as i can. i have some medical issues that keep me from being able to do certain exercises. i am so glad i found this page.

April 8, 2013 at 6:34 pm
(744) Wendy says:

You’ll note that the article talks about excess SKIN. This product doesn’t claim to help you get rid of the extra skin that you may have, only the fat below it. And as others have said, advice from a plastic surgeon that promotes plastic surgery is, in my opinion, highly questionable. Hey, I mean, it’s $40. If it helps or inspires you to eat healthier and exercise more than it’s certainly worth it, placebo effect or not.

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April 11, 2013 at 9:57 pm
(752) starr says:


April 12, 2013 at 9:03 am
(753) dee says:

Work or not the web site is Sneaky and Slick be careful!

As you order other offers are made prior to “Submitting”
*1st additional waist band, “add to order” or “no Continue”
*2nd Workout DVD + auto ship cream, “add to order” or “no Continue”
*3rd the extra belt again, “add to order” or “no Continue”

*4th fast shipping $14.95 (not told that its added to the $9.83 standard S&H), “order” or “no Continue” (= $24.78 S&H what a rip-off), (even the 9.83 is already way high – only about 16oz of stuff shipped at 2 – 4 weeks, they are defiantly profiteering from shipping)!

*5th Priority Shipping, a little faster , “add to order” or “no Continue” adds $2.99 claims your order will now be shipped out of warehouse the next day -? so if you don’t give them 2.99, what? it doesn’t leave the warehouse for 2 weeks, hence the 2 – 4 weeks shipping?

It’s a very deceitful way to manipulate people, ‘stealing’ a few more dollars out of their pockets.

HERE’s the SLICK/SCAM part – when you hit “Continue” the last time YOU ACTUALLY Order!
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Do Not Trust any Company that uses these manipulative sneaky (no Review 1st, No Submit button) tactics!

Its like they just can’t help themselves – its so easy to ‘look’ respectable even if your not – BUT these ‘SCAM’ sites can’t help themselves, they always have these kind of tactics – learn them, and then run as soon as you see them!

Thank you for learning – Mr. G eCommerce Web designer

April 13, 2013 at 5:13 am
(754) Sheryl says:

First off the person who wrote this article said she watched the infamercial just last night, so how the hell does she know anything about the product? Second an infamercial is an afordable way for someone who thinks they have a great product and can live the american dream get their product to the public, it doesn’t automaticlly mean its a scam. The infamercial I saw on this product was in the afternoon anyway. I think unless you go out there and talk to people who have used the product or you have used it your self then maybe you shouldn’t be blogging about it, it certianly deserves more then, I saw it last night on an infamercial so it must be bad. I’d like to hear from some people who actully tried it the way it is suppose to be used and for the time period its suppose to be used, that is what would be helpful to the readers!

April 14, 2013 at 1:01 am
(755) giving it a try says:

For those who do not know if you order this online you will have a charge i think every 2 months for the cream unless you cancel, I had actually seen a few comments on another site that Bed Bath and Beyond carries the Tummy Tuck Belt so i called and they do, went and bought one 2 days ago and I don’t have to worry about my card being charged

April 16, 2013 at 8:19 pm
(756) John says:

Ordered and just tried today
I am not overweight, have been weight lifting at the gym for over 15 years.My upper body is built enough to get a comment on entering somewhere with a sleeveless shirt. All I need right now is to lose some around my waistline and abs to improve my look. I ordered the product and received it about a week ago. I just tried it today and so far I realize that my breathing rate is slightly increased which off course is an indication of accelerated heartbeat . I do not like the way it affects my breathing , thinking of washing it off, I ‘ll see how long this lasts. I will be back with more as my trial progresses.

April 16, 2013 at 10:53 pm
(757) Bec says:


April 19, 2013 at 3:14 pm
(758) HadTummyTuckPreviously says:

I had a tummy tuck 6 years ago, the dr never did upper ab lipo and left me kinda looking like a box – I eat 1 time a day – wear a size 10/12 – do cardio every night – I am now contemplating going to a plastic surgeon to fix the work I had done. Now I went to bed bath and beyond, I purchased this belt – and it was a workout to put it on – I am sitting at work and I put the cream on – and now I am reading through these comments – this belt is like a regular compression garment and I will do this every day for the next 30 days so I can see for myself if it works – if it doesn’t, then I will have my compression belt already to help keep the swelling down after I go for more lipo!!

Dont pay shipping and handeling – go buy it from Bed Bath & Beyond 40.00 no shipping – and you can bring it back!! Imgaine that!!

April 21, 2013 at 1:57 am
(759) bayshaboo says:

I have bought this product, and it has worked for me. I have bought many items in the pass that claim to work whether FDA approved or not, and they did not work or live up to the product(s) name. Although, I too do follow a regular exercise program daily. The bottom line, there are many items/products out there that one can use to help loss or gain weight with what ever your goal may be whether a powder, pill, protein drink, strict diet, exercise, tummy belt…etc.. I find that being consisted with a daily workable program and eating in a BALANCE way is the key to maintaining a tight body. When I say a tight body, I mean the body that pleases YOU when you look into the mirror in your BDS (birth day suit). Not all of us will have a so call professional model body, professional weight lifters body or perfect 10, but we all can be healthy as far as our individual physical health will allow us to be. I think that we at times get lost in all the commercialism of looking perfect, and looking perfect does not exist, looking good yes, we all can look good, perfect no. Being consisted in having a balance way of eating and some exercise is the key to having a healthy fit body. Because old age and winkles are going to come no matter what. Can they be prevented? To a point, yes, but not stopped. Winkles and saggy skin will come and stay sooner or later , so I find it easier to maintain a balance of healthy living, eating, and life.

April 21, 2013 at 2:41 pm
(760) Chris says:

I know a lot of these comments are very old but since this product is still being advertised I will comment. Most folks who believe that this product works are people that really want it to work. The fact that the company will not comment on the Universities and studies that were done does say a lot about this company. If this was an actual weight loss break through you wouldn’t be seeing it on an infomercial. This would be in the main stream network media. The fact that this was conversation was started by a plastic surgeon means nothing because you really have no proof this person is real. It could have been someone wanting to spark discussion on this topic. Which was accomplished. I’m very sure many of the posts endorsing this product are possibly fake. It happens all the time with other products this one wouldn’t be no different. Bottom line…if it’s too good to be true, you can bet it is!!

April 22, 2013 at 12:55 pm
(761) Ck says:

This is like a body wrap. They have been around for ages. So too have creams like this. They work with the wrap. The FDA is your enemy not your friend and I just had to state that it is not people being lazy. I am active and eat very healthy. Had a hysterectomy over ten years ago. 40 is the cost of a good girtle but here it is used as the wrap. Do not let science be what will stop you from trying this. I have nothing to do with this company and am just a normal citizen reading up on this. I just can’t stand when people have to bring the FDA into it as if they are Gods. They are the biggest cause of all the diseases in our country.

April 23, 2013 at 3:24 pm
(762) d c says:

For anyone interested…this is from the “Frequently Asked Questions” page of their website…at the very bottom of course)! The results they list here are much less dramatic and could very well be due to the exercise alone…like the infomercial says…results not typical, individual results may vary…and on and on…

*Results vary. Consult your physician before starting this or any exercise program. Tummy Tuck Belt provides instant slimming look
and fat loss begins during first week.Typical results are approx. 0.35″ first week and 1″ in 30 days without lifestyle change.
Average results when combined with exercise are approximately 2 times more tummy fat loss vs same exercise/diet alone.
Tummy Tuck System targets your belly without added exercise and diet, not other body areas or weight loss.
To target other body areas and/or lose significant weight then exercise and diet is needed.
Clinical scenes recreated by volunteers that were not paid for their time.

April 23, 2013 at 7:57 pm
(763) ANON says:

I just want to say wow! to both sides. do I believe this is some kind of secret miracle? of course not. do I believe I am going to loose 20lbs or 8 inches in 2 weeks? are you kidding?
but to the other side of all you need to do is exercise and eat health, get off your butt, or just have plastic surgery, or what about the side affects of the cream only things under the FDA are safe? are you kidding me you are as ridiculous as the rest! I have very severe health problems I take lots of RX medications, all closely monitored by my doctor and guess what they all have side effect most pretty major and just like a cream we don’t know what they may do to me in 20 years. my grandmother was one of the 1st people put on steroids in my state. it was a “miracle drug” and it was under the FDA guess what her bones fell apart in her body after years of bed-rest! do you suspect your doctors and their RXs as much as you do this cream? you should, the stuff they give you has problems too. don’t believe me? the next time a commercial comes on advertising a new FDA medicine listen to the side effects!! i’m not saying be stupid and use something suspicious nor am I saying don’t take your meds but lets show some balance and not set up a list of requirements before you would use one and not use the same standards for something assed by the FDA ex: chemo is poison, it could kill you before it kills the cancer, do you have a choice, no because the cancer is guaranteed going to kill you but that doesn’t mean you act like it isn’t dangerous just because it was your doctor who told you to do it.
also even my doctors don’t want me to exercise because of my condition. all I am allowed to do is light household activity and water classes which I do exactly like I am suppose to. and no I am not 80 I am 30. I am just in really bad health and not from anything I did by lifestyle, I have been this way since I was 3. a RX caused me to gain 40lbs in 6 weeks! real health for my condition!

April 23, 2013 at 7:58 pm
(764) anon says:

I have worked hard at diet since that is all I can do besides the “exercise” listed above and I still have 15lbs to go. so please don’t degrade people like me with your “your just lazy, exercise and diet work for everyone, just up the burn” because that stuff doesn’t work for everyone either. and before you say well you have lost 25ls, let me tell you that has only been n the past year when I added alli, before that I had tried diets as extreme as 500 cal a day no sugar no fat no starch with 1lb result. and no I didn’t starve myself the whole time and that was the problem because I only resorted to that because a year of doctor supervised “sensible” dieting had gotten me absolutely no where.
and to those who say just get plastic surgery because it is the only thing that will help. talk about risks to your body! surgery! and your worried about a cream? again show some balance! and i’m sorry, as a disabled person I have trouble meeting my bills like a lot of people these days and finding a money tree with however many thousands of dollars I would need is not an option. so don’t flaunt the fact that it is for you like anyone can make it happen if they want it bad enough because there are some things you can’t will into happening. some you can, will-power can get you far as I have had to learn in my life, but it can’t get you everywhere.
am I going to try this, no. because the company does sound shady in financial ways if nothing else and I don’t need the hassle. if I find a similar belt at target or walmart and a similar cream I might give it a try because I have no other options. that doesn’t make me stupid, it makes me more limited than you.

April 23, 2013 at 7:58 pm
(765) anon says:

I am glad you can exercise 3 hours a day but try to comprehend that there really are people who can’t. are some just lazy? of course. does that mean you can say that’s everyones problem? not unless you are just insensitive and need a reality check. don’t take your health for granted, you may not always have it. and to those who can afford platic surgery, i’m glad you have options but don’t think just because you were able to make it work everyone one can because there are people out there with even less than you, even if you consider things tight, just lke there are people out there with even less than me.
my point? (as I am sure you probably just think I am preachy or bitter) don’t be stupid, and believe the impossible because you want to so bad, but also don’t be stupid by making cruel generalizations that whatever worked for you is am option for anybody. show some balance.

ps-i wish sites like these had 90% fewer comments, I would even illeminate mine so that when I want a review I don’t find a hundred people saying i’m not gong to try it, a hundred people saying I am gong to try it but can’t give any information because I’ve only just ordered it or started using it yesterday, and the last hundred of people connected t the company making fantastical claims. the only reason I posted a “review” like the ones I hate is because, did you see how many there are already clogging it up? one more isn’t going to make a difference. but still I wish there was a review site that only allowed postings like I tried it this way for this length of time and got no results or got these results. that would be helpful. this wasn’t. except to start looking for something similar in stores.

April 24, 2013 at 4:23 pm
(766) wanda says:

so yes i am one of the suckers that bought the tummy tuck belt, and i was also exersicing one and a half hour a day with it on and believe me IT DOES NOT WORK AT ALL so buyers beware do not buy this thing is a scam and a lie

April 25, 2013 at 4:31 am
(767) April says:

I use a girdle and hemmoroid cream and it works the same way. You have to exercise or do something to generate heat in the abdominal area. Use it while cleaning house. Best of luck to ya.

April 26, 2013 at 11:50 am
(768) Jennifer*Odessa TX says:

I just want to say that I was looking for a way to lose 20 pounds and get my stomach to look flat again. I found a product called ACE (several members of my church are using it) and lost 6 pounds the first week and after 1 month have lost 2.5 inches in my waist. I have lost 10 pounds now. I am more motivated now to try and find a way to get rid of the other 10 so I decided to try this tummy tuck belt to flatten my belly. I have had it a few days and do feel like it is going to help. The reason I think it is, is because I feel more likely to do ab exercises when I wear it. I don’t do any exercise and don’t eat healthy at all. It holds your belly in and makes you feel flatter so that’s a plus! They do scam you on saying they will give you one free if you pay 40 for 1 of them. They charged me 20 for the 2nd one. The shipping was 20 also. My credit card was charged 100. They charged me 40 for one plus 2 additional ones at 20 and 20 shipping. I am calling to cancel further shipping of the cream. I will just use it as a flattener. Look up Ace because it does work! I have been giving my friends some of mine to try and the energy it gives you is enough alone and losing weight is the plus!!

April 27, 2013 at 9:28 pm
(769) Charlotte says:

I purchased this belt it did absolutely nothing a waste of money

April 27, 2013 at 9:40 pm
(770) yes says:

I would never go under the knife for weight loss! Id rather try it on a non invasive procedure! I am going to try it!

April 29, 2013 at 10:30 pm
(771) Beverly says:

I do at home body wraps making my own solution out of bentonite clay, green tea powder, kelp powder essential oils etc, then I wrap myself in elastic bandages…I used to spend up to 75 dollars on body wraps when I could afford it years ago, then late in life I had another child and gained 75lbs. Things on the market work if you follow the directions…for instance over 10 years I have lost 40 of those 75 lbs and sometimes when my will power goes down I will get some help with the latest craze…one time lost 10 lbs on Trimspa….and later used Slimquick and lost….when on the South beach Diet, Atkins diet (I pretty much adopted the south beach/atkins diet when I bought the books) so when I need help I go and buy something and usually platueu out when I finish the supply….so now I have continued the journey using Sensa and am losing the 5 lbs per month like promised because these last 35 lbs seemed to not come off without help …getting back to the body wraps when I could afford it… after 10 wraps skin was tighter and inches lost…Years ago you couldnt find the kit only could get the treatment at the spa…so when I they started selling it on the internet, I always will get the kit and do 1 or 2 wraps and never do anymore because its to tedious and hard to wrap yourself So I said all of that to say this, If the cream works it will be great because I wont have to make up the clay and if the cream doesnt work I can use my clay mixture and roll on the girdle instead of wrapping my self with all those bandages. I also have a golds gym belt that I use sometimes over the girdle..I have had it for 3 days and have been using it faithfully as instructed and I never did it this faithfully wrapping myself in the body wrap so hopefully the cream will be a good substitute…it seems like its the same concept as the body wrap..I will keep you posted……

April 30, 2013 at 3:47 pm
(772) ANNE COMEAU says:


May 1, 2013 at 3:09 pm
(773) pgjj1043 says:

I think I might try this. I will order it from Amazon. I searched Walmart, Bed, Bath and Beyond and Target online and do not see that they carry it, at least not in my area. I will not be bound to continuous deductions from my account by purchasing from Amazon. If I don’t see result, at least I can wear the belt as inspiration to work out. Bliss also makes Fat,Skinny girl creams that are similar. Maybe give those a try with the belt as opposed to ordering the cream constantly. Bliss can be purchased at Sephora and also online. I went for an abdominoplasty consultation and I received a quote of $10,000.00 plus. For $50.00 if I can get SOME benefit, I will be happier than I am today with my abdominal area.

May 1, 2013 at 9:10 pm
(774) Steffygirl says:

I bought the Tummy Tuck System and didin’t find it valuable until something startling happened. I have a ruptured disk and in extreme pain in my SI area and even pain meds didn’t help much. But guess what???? The girdle from the Tummy Tuck System has saved me. I can now shop, go out using my scooter that I tuck away in my Subaru wagon. And voila!!!!! That has been a life saver to corset me in where it was needed. A back brace was wimpy compared to this girdle and it has given me a quality of life.


May 3, 2013 at 9:05 am
(775) Carol says:

Hi, I think after reading all the post it’s safer, cheaper, and best to do a lot of walking and biking. Walking on a treadmill helps firm the stomach muscles too.
My question for you to ponder: ” Why do people invent something?” They want to get rich!
Have a blessed day.

May 4, 2013 at 12:03 am
(776) Jodi says:

Hi everyone…
I want so much to lose my belly fat but am not able to. I thought about trying this product, but my fear is that the cream will affect the cells in the belly fat and cause cancer or something. I looked at the list of ingredients in the cream and it scared me. Anyone else have this fear or am I being ridiculous?

May 4, 2013 at 1:39 pm
(777) John Amsterton says:

I can’t believe people fall for this crap. There is NO SCIENTIFIC BASIS for even it’s claims!

Making a part of your body hot does NOT increase metabolism or calorie burn! It MIGHT make you sweat more, but that is NOT calorie burn; that’s just water weight! (and you’ll gain it right back as soon as you re-hydrate)

And LOL at the supposed “university studies.” There were NO university studies. It’s a LIE.

If you buy the Tummy Tuck belt, you’re desperate and stupid.

May 9, 2013 at 12:40 am
(778) FW says:

This product did not work for me. No miracle. The lotion would get peel off my skin after dryed. No results at all. I didnt lose inches like the people showed on commercial. This product is rediculous.

May 10, 2013 at 5:43 am
(779) Smarter Than You says:

What a bunch of losers….. you really think this is for real…… OMG wanna buy my miracle??? for those who claim it works is all a sudo effect, they ask you to exercise, wow really …your doing more exercise than you did before so uhhh Duh….. I can not believe you really think its true… if it was the world would be skinny, only thing skinny is your wallet and the millionaire you made by your stupidity….. who I sure is fat from eating very well on your dime….

May 11, 2013 at 12:07 pm
(780) Kim says:

I was just watching this commercial and also reading the comments that people have left. Having a Biology background and a little common sense, I have come to the conclusion that anything that has caffeine as an ingredient will help aid in the process of losing weight. Also, if a band of some-sort is used on the body, then it will cause body heat and also cause a thermogenic effect. Which will cause you in-turn to feel hot. This along with caffeine causes the heart rate to increase, which will result in accelerating your metabolism. At the cellular level, this will cause a decrease in the Adipose tissue (Tissue that stores fat). So, I said all of that to say this, you can use used coffee grounds mixed with vitamin E oil, wrap yourself in an ace bandage or Saran Wrap do your normal activities as usual and you are bound to lose some inches off of your waist. Just saying…..

May 11, 2013 at 8:53 pm
(781) Lynn says:

When it comes down to it you still need exercise to tone up, but that aside I ordered a tummy band through Amazon and heat sauve and it cost me 32 with free shipping. And boy do you sweat around the mid-section..

May 11, 2013 at 9:30 pm
(782) ageless male says:

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May 14, 2013 at 2:06 pm
(783) whatever says:

When will all you “glass empty” critics wake up and just use common sense? The product is a tool not a miracle fix all product. Even if it gives you the extra motivation it’s worth the 40 bucks. The universities are not mentioned because everyone wants to waste your time and money on courts these days. And as far as the FDA, what a joke. Do me a favor and ask all those people who died of and many still very ill and dying of Meningitis if they trusted the FDA.

May 16, 2013 at 9:01 am
(784) Joe says:

This tummy tuck system is working pretty well for me. I can see results in every way and people don’t understand how this works.

May 16, 2013 at 11:04 am
(785) Diana says:

I got this tummy tuck system from Amazon at a great price and have already seen some awesome results. I’m so excited that I would like to share the promo that I received: http://amzn.to/1043VJR. This little belt is the real deal.

May 19, 2013 at 11:18 am
(786) don says:

Herer is my thing, if you are a docrtror then you should never be afraid of disclosing any information about anything, saying that, i am talking about being so well educated and not worrying about your income, as some do, it would not bother you to be open to the public about products that you review and where is the information about al;l the education you have?, i.e.:you, as a doctor shouoold well versed in the language of ingredients that have been put in this review and know if the ingredients are harmful or helpful, instead of looking at the overall wording of thius product and say to someone do not buy this. THere should not be any job security worries if you really are concerned about one’s healthand to just ward off buyers because you think your practice may be in jeopardy then you just dont want to see anyone better themslves but to rather come and give yo uth4e money for their troubles but i say to all of you who read this to be persuaded in your own mind and if this product does not show up on the news then there should be no worries.

May 20, 2013 at 8:31 am
(787) popckl says:

I will be 55 in October. I have been on the system which i am calling a man-girdle for 2 weeks and noticed significant progress. When trying to shed pounds, i kept hitting a brick wall at 216 pounds. This morning i weighed in at 209 and my back, knees and worn out ankles are feeling fantastick. I have also noticed better digestion issues where those who may be challenged in this area might want to consider trying this system out. Say what you will but in my book, this one is a keeper.

May 20, 2013 at 3:34 pm
(788) rluera25 says:

I also was skeptical about this product …have been using it for 3 wks and also have los ten inches ….but I do work out with it, not a lot, working my way up there, but it does work. And I do have a gym membership for 3 years and I have seen more results with this. some of us just need a little push. Better $50 dollars then $5,000 for surgery.

May 22, 2013 at 7:54 am
(789) Constance marbury says:

thank you, at least somebody being honest!!!

May 22, 2013 at 9:26 pm
(790) HH says:

Hello, I just bought my Tummy tuck system at Bed Bath & Beyond, I had a 20% off coupon, so I spent about 33.00. I know they have it at Walmart as well, not sure the price there but someone said about 20.00??? If it doesn’t work I will just take it back to the store. I don’t like buying things through the company because they usually have auto-ship…I will let you know how it works. I do like the book they give you, it gives you alot of tips on what to eat and the tummy tightening exercises. I haven’t done any tummy tighting exercises until now that I have the system. It has a DVD that walks you through it, it was fast and easy.

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May 23, 2013 at 8:51 am
(792) James says:

Ok first off you cant just call someone at the informercial place like your ordering and ask them medical questions and think they are a doctor and could possible answering them with any accuracy. Second It does work if you do it right. Third the commerical never claimed to get rid of excess skin. Come one people we all know that if you dont change your eating habits nothing works, DUH!!! Thats why EVER new gimmick might say they can do this and that but in the end they always have a diet plan.

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(793) click here says:

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May 28, 2013 at 12:50 pm
(794) Bob says:

The introduction to the version of this offering of a “belly tuck” which I read claims removal of 26 square centimeters of fat. First of all, 26 square centimeters of fat is a meaningless value. This could have any thickness and so it could be 1 cm thick or 0.1 cm thick or also far less. We might be generous and assume that was a slip of the pen or a misunderstanding of the units, or something, and pretend they meant 26 CUBIC centimeters. Fat is less dense than water and 26 cubic centimeters of water weighs about 26 grams, less than one ounce! I can loose that in a day or two by just being a little careful about my diet.
If we are less generous, maybe they have deliberately made this misleading statement. 26 square centimeters is still pretty small, an area of very nearly the area of a patch 2 inches x 2 inches.

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May 28, 2013 at 2:41 pm
(796) Gwen says:

I have purchase this product. I am 55 years old. I have a small belly. I have lost 3 inches so far. I say it works.It probably doesnt work for everybody.

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May 29, 2013 at 3:09 pm
(798) Luisa Mentz says:

Stop already if you haven’t used it personally don’t judge. My husband is on medication that causes belly fat Per the prescription and doctors. He started using the cream and tummy belt 6 weeks ago, he only uses it once a day and because of a bad heart he can’t exercise right now. HE HAS LOST A TOTAL OF 5.5 INCHES OFF HIS STOMACH…
So don’t knock until you try it, it isn’t for everyone as an easy weight loss or inches but it does work under certain situation….

June 1, 2013 at 7:58 pm
(799) Valari says:

Hi Tanya….
what do you think about the Flex Belt..?? Does that one really work..??
And how about the Natural Skin Slimmer…think thats what its called its different pads for you neck chin legs back ect…
Please let me us know
Thanks so much

June 2, 2013 at 8:29 pm
(800) deb says:

I received my Tummy Tuck system in the mail yesterday. I have lost 58 pounds and would love any help at all getting rid of some residual belly fat. Since losing the weight I have already lost 10 inches from my stomach and after using the system for one day there was a another 1/2″ loss. This could just be water, but I am excited to see if this will help. Good luck to all who are trying the system, I hope it works for all of us.

June 6, 2013 at 11:12 am
(801) Marisol says:

DO NOT PURCHASE TUMMY TUCK FROM THEIR WEBSITE! If you can order this product through Amazon or Ebay, that’s the way to go. Avoid the company at ALL costs. You will be having to deal with unknown numbers calling you ALL THE TIME. It’s a huge pain and I regretfully purchased the product. Sure, there is all this other stuff offered. So they claim. It’s nothing but ads and a membership to something else which, you have to pay for EVERY MONTH aside from the cream. You have to cancel everything or you are automatically charged. Once you CALL to cancel, you STILL have to beware those obnoxious phone calls. They come from these numbers:

(231) 244 2072 – Michigan
(408) 418 5655- California

It’s extremely irritating considering the fact that I live thousands of miles away from those two states.

Now you decide, is it really worth it?
I like how this review said it was a “glorified girdle” because that’s all anything ‘guaranteed to lose weight’ is. To be fit and get the body you desire, you can order things for ASSISTANCE but that doesn’t change the fact that you have to eat right and exercise daily. THAT my friends, is guaranteed to get you healthy.

June 6, 2013 at 3:48 pm
(802) BRITTANY says:

I ordered this off tv after watching a commercial. DONT BUY IT!!!! they continue to charge you extra money constantly. Ive called three times now canceling future payments. Even with confirmation numbers I am being charged and the company will not refund my card. So much for two easy payments of $19.99…… I was just charged an addition $26 for more cream that I didn’t order. Im beyond angry. $40 plus shipping is easily creeping on $200!!!! and GROWING!

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(803) Resdermatrol Review says:

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June 8, 2013 at 7:01 pm
(804) Trumaine says:

As a user of the product myself… i can attest to the fact that it works. It’s not necessarily for ever person trying to reduce tummy fat, etc, but it can indeed work for many people and has. I do appreciate this article…asking user and readers to think about this before jumping into it, and maybe the website and informercials are a little vague… however, to rule it out completely without actually trying it or evaluating it for yourself seems a little close minded and not appealing to those who may think differently.

June 10, 2013 at 10:47 am
(805) Kristiana says:

I have been using the tummy tuck belt for a month. I do the 2 min drill and I have to say that I have lost already 1.5 inches on my belly, an inch on my rear end (yes I put the cream there) and I do have saggy skin that is firming up. Nothing works for everyone but this system does work. Your wholesale dismissal of it seems as if you are dissing in order to get more business.

June 11, 2013 at 10:32 pm
(806) IJS says:


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(807) IJS says:


June 12, 2013 at 4:14 am
(808) Food For Thought says:

Just wanted to say that I find it funny how many people are posting about dropping water weight, and how yes this cream MAY “de-plump” your fat cells, but will not burn them off. Just a little side note to anyone who didn’t pay attention in high-school health class. Once your body has “made” the fat cells in your skin… They never go away! So your argument of making the fat cells smaller, but not necessarily “burning” them off, is invalid…
With that said. I doubt this really works, I mean, the theory behind it makes sense. Heat does help speed up your metabolism, and sweating does help you lose weight, so yea, maybe working out with the cream and band on may help, but who knows. I’ve never tried it, so I cant say anything about it. If your interested, go for it, if you think its stupid, then don’t. It’s as simple as that.
If you want to try it, I would do a little research first.
I just found this cream stuff in a cabinet at work and didn’t know what it was so I looked this thread up and found many of the comments very interesting.
On my own personal weight experience. I am 5’3″ and I actually went from a size 11/12 (165lbs-170lbs) to a 1/2 (about 125lbs) in about 2 or 3 months by really doing nothing… I got mono, puked my guts out for 2 weeks, dropped 20 lbs, never gained my appetite back so I ate about a third of what I usually did in a day and lost another 20-25lbs in 2-6 weeks and haven’t gained a lb of it back, even though my eating habits are about back up to where they were before. I can’t explain it, and I DO NOT recommend either puking or not eating to lose weight, just wanted to a point that I really have no background in losing weight, just wanted to point out the little fact about fat cells never burning away.
(and if anyone out there can explain to me why I haven’t gained any weight back, even after increasing my food intake to about what it was before I lost the weight, id be really interested to hear it!)

June 12, 2013 at 6:24 am
(809) Leesa says:

just enquiring with regards to a tummy tuck is there finance available for this procedure and what is the costs of the consultations?

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June 21, 2013 at 10:35 am
(815) The poetic foxth says:

my name is Stacy a lazy nurse who is very skeptical about a lot of things especially stuff that I see on TV but being unhappy with my belly fat I purchased this product with hopes of losing a few inches off my waist. Now, I have only been using it for a week and while I don’t know my future results, one thing I can confirm is that I have lost a inch of my waist in that small amount of time not only that but I have tried working out and I feel the same affects in my abdomen as if I had been doing situps and crunches with the mere two minute twice a day workout that says something to me with that being said I believe that if you continue this workout plan to follow its instructions I will lose inches off my waist so for those who have doubt you’re entitled to your opinion but I believe with anything if you put the time and effort into it it will work I will re post again with my future results stay positive people

June 24, 2013 at 4:41 pm
(816) Tanya says:

Very hopeful

June 24, 2013 at 5:04 pm
(817) Natalie says:

The biggest SCAM with this belt and any product ordered over the phone with a credit card or internet, is that the company will CONTINUE TO CHARGE YOU small amounts over several months. They claim that they are sending you additional products to try, but you may or may not ever receive these additional products, MIND YOU, these are not products YOU EVER SIGNED UP FOR!!! IT IS A SCAM, not because it does not work, but you will end up paying $200 for this belt if you do not monitor your checking account or credit card account very carefully!

June 28, 2013 at 12:22 am
(818) Traci S says:

I saw this commercial ad. I watch the 1st 15 minutes & then decided to Google it. This is the 1st site that popped up for me for reviews. I am not going to waste what little money I have on this product due to reviews I’ve read. As for the exercise & diet, I wish I could exercise. I have been dieting but it’s not enough. I can not exercise because I have a broken back in 3 places. There are days I can barely walk due to my back issue so therefore I can’t exercise like I want to. I have tried for 5 yrs to find something to help me loose my weight. My weight gets worse every year & make my back issue even worse. I gain at least 15-20 lbs per year. I now weigh almost 200 lbs. O never even weighed that much in any of my pregnancies. I use to be 115-120 lbs max. Since I have no other weigh to loose weight, I fear soon I will be stuck in a bed permanently. Good luck all in finding something that would help us loose weight properly.

June 28, 2013 at 5:13 pm
(819) Joy Troyer says:

I tried the tummy tuck method.. it is probably not as big of a change as a tummy tuck but I used it and it did help and made a huge difference.. I think once you stop using it , you go back the way you were prior to using it. I ran out of the cream and tried just going to the gym and not overindulging and now I am wanting to go buy more of the cream again. It does help and for those of us like me who are afraid of surgery I think its a good option.

June 30, 2013 at 1:23 pm
(820) Kay says:

One of the most effective ways to lose body fat, which has worked for me and many people, in addition to exercise and a healthy diet … as part of the healthy diet … is to eliminate sugar and all other “whites”: rice, pasta, etc. I have lost a lot of body fat, especially in the belly, by implementing moderate exercise (both cardio & strength training) and changing my eating habits. I focus on vegetables & fruits … making that 60-80% of what I eat in a day. I eat nuts & avocados almost every day. Complex carbs like brown rice, barley, quinoa, etc., appr 20-40% each day. Olive oil is my primary fat source, as well as a small amount of lean protein each day with salmon, chicken and occasionally a great steak, which I am not willing to give up entirely! The percentages vary by day, but I try to eat at least 5-7 servings of vegetables and 3-4 servings of fruit every day. If you eat that much fiber, you get very full and don’t feel hungry enough to eat a whole lot of the other stuff, either! But if I indulge in dessert and biscuits (a Southern way of life where I live!), processed foods, boxed crackers, chips … all of which are simple carbs … my belly starts getting bigger almost Immediately, even though I’m still exercising. I remind myself every day, “Sugar is my enemy!” Simple carbs are stored in your body in much the same way as sugar. I can even eat the very occasional slice of bacon and hard cheeses … high fat foods … without gaining weight … as long as I don’t turn on the sugar monster!

July 14, 2013 at 10:01 pm
(821) plasticsurgery says:

Kay, this is exactly the best way to lose weight…lifestyle changes. Congratulations on your health and body improvements. Keep up the good work. It takes hard work to have a fit physique – not just physical hard work, but mental as well.

June 30, 2013 at 1:23 pm
(822) Kay says:

Eating simple carbs and sugar-laden foods makes your body crave more and more of the same, too. If I keep the sugar monster turned off, I don’t struggle as much trying to stick to my healthy eating habits. But with all of this said, as a post-menopausal early 50s mother of three, belly fat is the hardest for me to lose. And hormonal changes have a tremendously negative effect on belly fat, too. So I am seriously considering ordering the Tummy Tuck Belt system to try to boost my efforts. The size of my midriff forces me to buy pants in a size larger than I would otherwise have to, which is why all of my pants are too big in the butt! If I had the money for abdominal liposuction, I think I would do it … I don’t really have that much stored fat anywhere else.

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(825) Chris says:

The advice in this article is great, I only wish the author had seen fit to tame her desire to stigmatize large people as not wanting “to eat a reasonable diet” or “exercise” . If obesity were solved by “a reasonable diet” we wouldn’t have the obesity epidemic we have today,

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(826) Shirley says:

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(828) Tara says:

I wanted to try this because I’ve had 2 c-sections, and doing crunches and such could cause the muscle to pull back apart.. Before I actually order though, I’m going to look at Walmart.

July 8, 2013 at 11:20 am
(829) Jackie says:

I have used it for 2 weeks, and I have lost 3 inches on my waist. My husband commented on me looking thinner in the first week, when I lost 1.5 inches. I measured myself today, not expecting any improvement, but I was down another 1.5 inches. Of course just doing the exercises helps, I can feel that my ab muscles are already a lot stronger. I don’t always wear the belt, but I put on the cream and do the exercises twice a day.

I am going to keep it up, I still have a lot of cream left, so we’ll see what happens in the next few weeks.

July 9, 2013 at 8:41 am
(830) joy says:

I beg to differ. I have been using the Tummy Tuck Belt for about 6 months. I love it. It keeps my tummy flat. of course, you do have to use it regularly. But it does beat crunches.

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Watched your commercial on TV offering 2 belts plus 30 days supply of the cream for 39.98 + 9.83 s/h = 49.81 invested..

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I think I’m gonna give it a shot. I have 5 herniated discs in my back and 2 ruptured ones in my neck, so situps are not an option. Neither is most exercise. I use a recumbent bike every day, but since my endocrinologist started screwing with my meds, I’m putting back the weight I had lost, all in my stomach. Went from 320lb, to 265lbs and now back to 300lbs. It SUCKS!! I’ll try this for $50 before I’ll consider spending thousands on having the fat sucked out. Surgery is not appealing to me in the least. That why my neck and back are still messed up 6 years after they first got diagnosed. Its $50. Who cares. I spend more on eBay crap.

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(840) Sylvia says:

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July 28, 2013 at 9:52 am
(841) Savannah says:

I have never used the product, but I do have to say that the process does make sense. Think about it this way, the cream’s main purpose is to heat up. Heat causes sweat, and sweat burns out fatty tissues. Also, the belt would shape your tummy in a thinner, more desirable shape. since you are sweating, the stomach is going to try to stay in the shape of the belt, because fatty tissues are made mostly of water and starch. This combination has the properties of a semi-solidified liquid…like Play-Doh. If you put Play-Doh in a jar and leave it there, it will take the shape of the jar and be very reluctant to revert to its original shape. The likelihood is, you will need to continue to buy the belts as when the elastic wears off, your tummy will slowly reform to its shape without the constriction of the belt.

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I bought the Firm, used it, stuck with it and had so much definition in my upper abs that I had indents! But, I still couldn’t get rid of that tenacious pouch on my lower belly. The same for other exercise programs. Part of it was eating ‘healthy foods’ that weren’t really healthy because of the way foods are processed these days and deceptive claims of good nutrition. The other part was because these programs were geared for overall fitness, not small trouble spots. I have narrow hips and a wide waist. I was “squared out” with the wrong program.

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August 12, 2013 at 8:49 pm
(858) Adella says:

It looks tempting but I have always heard they are not good for your health. I know it sounds ridiculous but I heard the heat generated from the material these belts are made of can overhead your internal organs. I have bought similar belts like this at sporting goods stores and the worst thing I experienced was it made my back hurt.
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August 12, 2013 at 10:10 pm
(859) gemluvr says:

I just thought it would make a nice back support and make me look a little thinner. It would get rid of the waste line developed by wearing pants. I’m not obese or anything. But I have a small gut. I thought it would move some of that fat to the top or my legs ;-P

August 13, 2013 at 7:20 pm
(860) Katie says:

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August 14, 2013 at 2:08 pm
(861) Whitney says:

It does work. I received mine Saturday, August 10, and i have seen results already. I wear mine all day though. The love handles I had are almost gone.

August 27, 2013 at 10:36 pm
(862) BJ Dals says:

I like it.. it is no miracle cure for a chubby tummy..
however, it helps you to WANT to get a slimmer tummy, and I’ve gotten allot of comments recently that I look like I have lost weight. (I haven’t!) I’ve just been using the system, twice a day. Its 20 minutes a day .. not 10 as some have mentioned here..

I turn it into one hour, use it more that’s all!.

I recently had some surgery and the surgeon told me that I have the softest tummy ever, and surgery was easier than most — and I healed faster than my sister who prior to me had the same surgery done!!

I have had no side effects accept for having a softer tummy and its easier to suck it in now.. still eating the same amount as before, and I’m not a skinny Minnie.. but it does help you look or appear slimmer and feel better about yourself. That counts doesn’t it?

so – well, yeah its pricey but use less cream, and use the slimming belt every day and you will see a change, even minor and that is still worth it. You can find the cream elsewhere for cheaper than the actual tummy tuck website.. so that is highly recommended and/or make your own!!

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(863) FrankA says:

This pure and simple is scam. Any claims here that it works are from people who are affiliated with the company. Think — if this product really worked, it would be featured on every talk show and TV news story. The reason is, is because it doesn’t work. All these comments from people promising to post results, and none are here. There is a YouTube of a girl who started it and never posted a follow-up. Why do you think that is? It’s because it doesn’t work!!!

September 3, 2013 at 9:00 pm
(864) Bob says:

I bought what I thought was only the tummy tuck belt with cream, DVD, and instructions. Meanwhile I got calls from them trying to sell me everything but the kitchen sink. Six weeks later, I got two tubes of the cream that I never ordered. After talking with them, they said the fine print on the original receipt indicates I did not cancel the continuing deliveries of the cream for which I am charged $28 per delivery. So if you don’t read the fine print immediately, and cancel future deliveries of the cream, you will probably be getting them for years. I think the tummy tuck belt is working, but the company is dishonest. What ever you do, don’t do business with them

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(870) Christen says:

I am currently using the thermal accelerating cream. I do not use the tummy tuck belt. But I do use the cream. I am on the 24 day challenge by advo care and use this tummy accelerator , I jog 3.5 miles 5 days a week. I apply this cream. If you eat a good diet with working out YOU will be Amazed by this cream. I am NOT a solicitor but just a MOM trying to get her figure back. I am down 20 and over 14 inches in my waist. So I say with work you will see results with this product!

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(871) Brent james says:

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(875) Joanne says:

After placing this order over the phone via “dummy press this and press that”, I should have only been charged $19 each 2 payments, but at the end of the call the total was close to $80 . I called to cancel and they told me to call back in 24 hours to make sure it was cancelled…………DON’T TRUST THIS AT ALL!

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(876) joseph says:

I just bought this tummy tuck belt after long debating it i used a coupon i got and got it for 30. I know that these bands work had slim belt and its working, the cream is similar to a cream i use call sweat sweat., same thermogenic concept. i use this belt and slimmer belt in sauna and losing inches quick so worth my 40 bucks.

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(878) Martha says:

After reading the comments below, I went in to measure the largest area around my husband’s stomach, including love handles. First he had tried the Flex belt, and after months of using according to the directions, he felt he might be a little more toned. I didn’t really see any difference.
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I just watched the infomercial and navigated to this site. After reading approximately twenty comments I realized that if the product did work the reason is simple. My apologies if anyone has made this info aware in a prior statement. If you use the product as indicated on the commercial you are doing 4 minutes of abdominal exercise per day. Of course your tummy will tone. It is probably 4 minutes more than you would have done if you didn’t purchase the product. If the belt and cream add to that well that is a positive thing.

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Well I had a few doubts myself about the product until my son stepsister used it. She had been dieting after she had another child and could not lose the weight but she ordered the product and she looks really great. She has lost a lot of weight off her tummy. She said she put the cream and belt on, and exercise (walking the track) on her lunch break. She leaves the belt on until she finish walking the track.

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January 27, 2014 at 10:47 pm
(893) samantha says:

what I remember from the infomercial is that it helps reduce belly fat not loose skin from weight already lost….also keep in mind that their is a money back guarantee witch is good if it doesn’t work for you…give it back…duh..oh and one more thing if you pay for surgery and don’t like your results don’t plan on getting any money back…I plan on trying it why not its a million times cheaper and a way less risk than surgery!

February 4, 2014 at 4:31 pm
(894) Melissa says:

I used the Tummy tuck belt a few months ago , and to my surprise it really worked . however I stopped after running out of the cream and of course plumped back up (ha ha) . Then about 5 weeks ago I ordered some more cream as I am going on vacation , this time it came and the cream is chunky and is not working at all (not to mention I have been dieting and exercising along with use) . I wrote @ emails to the company and did not get a response . I also talked it up because I did notice the change the last time so my boyfriend and sister also ordered one and like mine the cream is chunky (I think because it froze) Needless to say we are sending back my boyfriend and sisters because they don’t have the common courtesy to email or call as to why it doesn’t work .

February 9, 2014 at 5:47 pm
(895) Carol says:

I have to say that my girlfriend Maggie said she was buying this product a few months ago. I had not seen her in a while but when I did I was surprised. I asked her how much weight she had lost and what diet she was on. She said she had not lost any weight she was just using the by tummy tuck she had told me about and by the way my friend is 74 and she does not exercise. It must be doing something. I don’t believe in almost any ads for weight loss fast and inches off. I have to say this works. Maybe just on her but I am going to try it. Thank you, Carol

February 9, 2014 at 6:01 pm
(896) Carol says:

I Ieft a message actually saying I saw it work for my girlfriend but when I went to post it your website said this was a repeat. I don’t believe it for a second. I believe you don’t take comments from someone who state something contrary to your findings. I didn’t say this to help this company, I still haven’t purchased the tummy tuck but if my girlfriend is an example it is worth a try. I am jealous of her. Lets see if this message is a duplicate and if the other one was I don’t see it anywhere on your site.

February 18, 2014 at 1:26 pm
(897) Bill says:

Thanks, I was considering this….seemed to good to be true…will continue my current path of cutting back and exercise!

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February 26, 2014 at 12:49 pm
(900) Peche says:

I am not in the least surprised to see this product scrutinized by a plastic surgeon. I figure that even if I have to use this product the rest of my life every month I will still pay perhaps equivalent to liposuction w/ roughly the same risks..that having been said, I saw this product in a store and was ‘dared’ to try it when I said all diet products are a waste of money and people’s hope. Yeah, I did what they said (btw, healthy eating and exercise are not the same after 50-weight deposits in previously ‘undeposited’ places like the underarms and abdomen-even continuing those practices). I used it as advised, and continued my 2-3x’s/wk. exercise(.I am overweight-even though I exercise, but not obese w/a pear shape figure. So unsure if that is what helped). I didn’t really even think about it. Until the day I put a pair of pants on that normally fit tight in the waist and lo and behold they were loose! I have NEVER advocated a weight loss product until now. All I know is what I see. Yes, I may have to use this for as long as I want to see my waist w/a curve! But, as said, liposuction (which is not a permanent fix either!) is itself not a curative. It might be worth a try before something as costly (and risky) as surgery for people who maybe cannot afford or are afraid to have it. I was pleasantly surprised! Hope it works for others too.

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March 12, 2014 at 8:23 pm
(902) John says:

O-K people. Time to wake up. This is a good product. I am 66 years old in bad health and a bad back. It has taken me many years to get my belly fat and didn’t expect to lose it in a few weeks. I’ve been using the cream and belt nearly three months and I can say it works. If you think you can use it and expect instant results your dreaming. First thing I can say is it gives me great back support while I’m walking. That is great in itself. I could never do what I do without it. I also believe the cream works since I have lost two pants sizes. You have to work at it and eat right. You can’t use it and eat pizza and drink beers and expect to lose pounds and inches. Some people just look for the easy way out. Don’t give up so easy. It does work with using common sense.

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March 21, 2014 at 7:26 am
(904) Mason says:

I have tried this product and it works! when I stopped using it, I’m still consicious of my mid section so I’ve made an effort to hold my core section tight. I’ve reordered the cream and will start this again before swimsuit season!! I’ve got no complaints!

March 21, 2014 at 2:19 pm
(905) Sandi says:

Out of pure desperation I ordered the tummy tuck belt. My family was very very amused when I told them that I ordered it. I am disabled with severe Fibromyalgia and tremors which make exercise very very difficult. I’m not an over eater at all. So, I saw the commercial many times for this product with the promise to burn fat off of my fat belly I finally had to try it. I’m not a rich person that can just throw their money away but I just had to try. I hope that you all get a laugh from this. I ordered a size 3X and when I tried to put it on it went as to the top of my legs. I even layed down on the bed like I was trying to squeeze into a pair of jeans. We all know what thats like right ladies? So not being a quitter on my quest I improvised. I put the creme on my belly and tucked that tummy tuck belt right inside my large underwear right side down. Two weeks later. Not even using it every day I lost 12 pounds. Yeah me. Also, I have very sensitive skin and iI haven’t had a problem with it. I truly hope that if you do buy it that you get the same results. If you don’t return it. God bless ya’ll. NinaPeanut

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