6 Best Body Firming Products -- and the 3 Worst
See which of these skin care lotions and potions smoothed dimples, and which didn't do squat
Why: Readers think this product is "baddddd. It didn't do anything ... it was like a normal cream." Another reader says it "doesn't work at all. No less flabbiness, and no extra smoothness. Your thighs will look the same before and after." One lady says, "I'm sorry, but this stuff smells like a household cleanser -- a high-end household cleanser. How can I tell if it does what it claims if the smell is so repulsive I can't be dedicated enough to continue to use it?" Another agrees saying, "I hate to say anything bad about Bliss, but this didn't work for me and it smelled bad." Readers also think it's too expensive saying, "I just don't think it's worth the $38 price tag."
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