Slimming Toe Ring Review
Slimming Toe Ring
These days everyone is trying to loose weight! There are so many products advertized, ranging from the cheap to the expensive. Here is a cheap one – The Slimming Toe Ring. The Slimming Toe Ring is loosely based on the ancient art of acupuncture, which is in itself, is a studied and detailed approach to health. There are certain acupuncture or meridian points on the body that govern digestion and Slimming Toe Ring claims to use these points to help the pounds drop off. Slimming Toe Ring is a non-allergic silicone ring that you wear on your big toe or toes.
Slimming Toe Ring claims that by wearing the rings, and changing nothing else in your diet or habits, the pounds will simply melt way. It sells for $19.95 and there is hurry up and by this product now feeling from the web site. The web site, which has a gimmicky feel to it, also shares that the Toe Rings can bring peace and balance to your life in addition to weight loss. Included in the $19.95 price tag are two toe rings, one for each big toe. The web site has a special claiming this price is only good through May. The offer makes the product seem like a late night infomercial offer.
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The Slimming Toe Ring claims to apply pressure to certain acupuncture points that in turn will cause weight loss. In addition to weight loss Slimming Toe Rings claim that the magnets will encourage your core muscles to work harder though out the day. The rings slip on your big toes and magnets in the rings supposedly align with acupuncture points and keep them stimulated all day. They affect points on both the big toe and second toe. There is no further explanation than this available on the web site and there are a couple of very short testimonials praising the powers of the rings.
- One time fee
- Relatively safe – no side effects.
- No real explanation of how it works.
- No research or true testimonials to back up product.
- Gimmicky web site
- Product is reviewed as a gimmick.
Acupuncture is an ancient form of healing created in the East, thousands of years ago. It takes 4 or 5 years to get licensed to practice acupuncture and a lifetime to truly understand it. Although serious acupuncture treatment along with diet and lifestyle changes likely could help you lose weight, it seems doubtful that the Slimming Toe Ring is the Magic Bullet. The web site and online reviews leave this product feeling a little like a weight loss scam.