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Chris’ Angels: Body Imaging Products


You don't have to go under the knife to alter the look of your bod. There are countless body imaging products out there and Chris' Angels put three of the latest ones to the test!

Chris' Angels test Body Imaging Products

1. Bliss Fatgirlslim Lean Machine, $145

The Claim: The Fatgirlslim Lean Machine Body claims to deliver an effective vacuum-assisted massage action and helps visibly reduce the appearance of cellulite.

The Verdict: "I believe this could actually work if you used it every day, but this machine is not for me. I couldn't care less about my lumpy bits and I'd rather take the $145 and spend it at a hotel away from my kids for a night!” — Taylor

2. Kush Breast Separator, $54

The Claim: Kush is uniquely designed to fit between the breasts to maintain a more natural shape while resting on your side. Also, it's supposed to prevent chest wrinkles when sleeping on your side

The Verdict: In the name of support power (and wrinkle prevention) I will continue to support the girls in any way I can. Using my modified approach by also wearing a sports bra, it's a yes for me. But $54 for a piece of ergonomic plastic is pretty steep so I’d wait for it to go on sale!” — Cher

3. Spanx Denim Leggings, $98

The Claim: Offering the perfect combo of structure, stretch and style, these shaping leggings have it all! Double-layer stretch waistband with side zipper for best fit, less bulk and a flat, smooth tummy! Real lean denim fabric completely flatters your butt, thighs and legs every wear.

The Verdict: I would not buy these - $98 for denim leggings is way too expensive. I also found them not to be true to size, they were too big and this caused them to highlight my front lady parts. They also didn’t suck in my "jiggly bits" on account that they were too big." — Joanne

Chris' Angels test body imaging products


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