Nip + Fab Products

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  1. Label Basher

    Label Basher Active Member

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    From Elle UK - Nip + Fab Products

    Nip+Fab is the new skincare line from Maria Hatzistefanis, the brains behind Rodial. It is an impressive collection of 11 products including sculpting formulas like Tummy Fix, Bust Fix and Cellulite Fix. They take their inspiration from luxury end products in the Rodial range. There are also everyday basics including a shower gel, facial cleansing oil and a multi-purpose balm.

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    You might not get the super expensive active ingredients at high levels that you get from the Rodial range, however all the new sculpting products have been clinically tested with impressive results. The Tummy Fix, which claims to burn fat and tighten the tummy area, has shown up to a 2.5cm reduction around the stomach in just one month during clinical trials. The price bracket is also that bit more affordable, starting at just £7.95 for the balm up to £18.95 for the Tummy Fix. (The Tummy Tuck from Rodial is £100 a pop).

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    Has anyone heard about these products? According to the Daily Mail (18/10/10) -

    The cream caused havoc at Harvey Nichols when it went on sale, triggering a stampede which saw it selling out in London and Manchester within an hour.

    Chemist Boots started stocking the product, but it too sold out after a rush on the cream made it last month’s bestseller. More than 850 customers are now on the waiting list for a tube of the Nip + Fab Tummy Fix, the next delivery of which should arrive next week.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbi...-really-banish-mummy-tummy.html#ixzz12hrOIF48

    So if anyone was part of the
    stampede and has tried the products it would be interesting to know if they have worked?
     
  2. thefunkykitten

    thefunkykitten New Member

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    I saw a lot of that stuff in Boots last time I was in... I had a wee look at it but hadn't heard of it before so didn't buy any... might give it a go!
     

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