Anti Cellulite Leggings: Scala Bio-Fir? The company that brought us the anti-cellulite pants has added another “does-it-really-work item” to their product line. Famewatchers, meet the Scala Bio-Fir Leggings. Like the pants version of this thingie, it is supposed to melt cellulite while you are wearing it.
Does this anti cellulite leggings work? We don’t know. But ever heard of something that reduces your weight while you’re sitting down doing nothing? Is that too good to be true or what?
As we said in an earlier post, it is either the greatest breakthrough in fashion and weight management or the greatest scam ever. Okay, maybe not the greatest scam, nothing can beat that Bernie Madoff guy.
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EARLIER POSTS ON THE SCALA ANTI CELLULITE LEGGINGS:
Scala Bio-Fir Pants: How Anti Cellulite Leggings Work? (posted: 07 May 2009) Is the Scalia Bio-Fir pants, which reportedly melts the cellulite of those who are wearing them, too good to be true? If it does melt one’s cellulite through infrared rays, what are the side effects – if any – of these infrared rays? Cancer, probably?
We don’t know about you but this is either the greatest technological breakthrough in fashion or the greatest scam ever.
Helen Spencer, lingerie buyer at John Lewis (where these pants are going to be sold) is a believer in the product:
‘Between 80 and 90 percent of women have cellulite somewhere on their body which is why there is such a huge market for potions and lotions in the category.
‘We are approached very regularly with products promising the kind of results women want, but which haven’t stood up to scrutiny. This is where Scala’s range is different – it does exactly what it says on the tin.
‘The technology is held within the fabric of the product so the anti-cellulite properties remain intact for the lifetime of the garment, withstanding countless washes.’
Anyways, check out the image below explaining how this stuff supposedly works. Would you hit it?
Anti Cellulite Leggings: Scala Bio Fir – Does It Work posted on 18 September 2009. Updated 21 March 2017.