I have gotten this news a while back, but I wanted to share it with you now since there are so many products out right now that are promising to do "this and that" so that you can have that perfect summer body.
In January, Wrangler Jeans released a pair of jeans for women called “Denim Spa” that was made to help you reduce the amount of cellulite that you may have on your legs. According to Bostinno Streetwise, these jeans are a really nice looking, unfortunately, they are not listed on the website any longer and I think that I have an idea why. The skinny jeans are treated with such ingredients like apricot kernel oil and Shea butter integrated directly into the fabric, a sartorial situation said to moisturize the skin simply by wearing the jeans which will help reduce the cellulite. Sounds good, right? Well, in order for this treatment to work, the jeans have to be worn nonstop. What does that mean exactly?
Let me enlighten you: the jeans were clinically tested by France's Institute Adriant and proven to be effective on 69% of the testers but you would have to wear the jeans for eight hours a day, five days a week for four straight weeks. Now this is where I draw the line on quick fixes. There is no way that I would suggest something so unsanitary then wearing a pair of jeans for almost a month straight in order to reduce cellulite. It just doesn't make sense, and as a skeptic, I decided not to post about it. But interesting to note, I decided to visit the site to see if the jeans were still available for purchase ($136 a pair) and I was not able to find them listed. I guess that the sales were not what they expected and they decided to pull the plug. I don’t blame them. I sent the brand an email in hopes of a response to the “missing jeans” and have not heard from them yet, but I know that many of you are wondering, just like me. So my question to you ladies is, would you wear jeans that you have to wear for almost an entire month straight in order to look fit? Do you think that the jeans are unsanitary? I’m listening…
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