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Free Stay-Slim Goodies From Bliss Spa!

If you're in the market from some posh pampering products, our generous friends at Bliss are offering a special deal exclusively for FitSugar readers! From now until Dec. 12, you get a free fat-fighting Slimulator cellulite scrubber (a $22 value) when you buy Bliss’s blub-busting set, the Firm Warfare Duo.

The anticellulite Firm Warfare set includes one jar of FatGirlSlim, which uses caffeine to reduce the appearance of dimples, and one bottle of Love Handler, designed to get rid of muffin tops and love handles.

To get the free Slimulator, all you have to do is purchase a Firm Warfare
set at www.blissworld.com, enter the code FITSUGAR, and pay using any American Express Card. The offer expires in two weeks, so hurry up and get your stay-slim goodies from Bliss now.

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secrethoughts secrethoughts 8 years
I don't like the name either. I mean, I'm guessing it's a pun on fat boy slim, the band or musician or whatever, but as a weight loss/cellulite product, it's just kind of insulting and deragatory. Ugh.
ginacarla ginacarla 8 years
I can't believe this is posted here. This goes against all the things fitsugar emphasizes. The name in and of itself pisses me off "fat girl slim". Come on!
BabydollJustina BabydollJustina 8 years
It does not work! There is no substitute for exercise!
secrethoughts secrethoughts 8 years
This is so lame. Creams like this just don't work, and the fact that this snake oil is advertised here is really disappointing.
ginalynn ginalynn 8 years
I could use these products.
ginalynn ginalynn 8 years
I could use these products.
telewyo telewyo 8 years
I'm sad to see this on FitSugar...even if a lotion MIGHT be able to make your skin look slightly tighter and therefore somewhat less dimpled from cellulite (which is still questionable) there is no way you can rub on a lotion and have it get rid of a "muffin top" or "love handles" (lotion doesn't dissolve fat!)! It's sad to see this on a site where I usually trust the reccomendations.
kiddylnd kiddylnd 8 years
Even if I bought into this, too many hoops to get it! I don't use Amex. Or any card for that matter.
JessBear JessBear 8 years
Yeah, this dissapoints me. If Fit weren't getting paid for it, this would be the sort of thing featured in a Fittingly Mad post.
steen steen 8 years
I'm not sure I'd really blame FitSugar --- maybe the higher-ups or something. I've always heard these products don't work. Most any cellulite-reducing cream encourages the massaging simply because it helps break up the fat lumps so I'd stick to my cheapie cocoa butter. (And, you know, working out and eating better and all that.)
julieulie julieulie 8 years
Wow, I am so disappointed that FitSugar is posting this. Bella or Fab, sure, because it's a good code for Bliss users... but this is EXACTLY the type of product that Fit would ordinarily say doesn't work and the only thing you can do is eat better and go to the gym. I agree with nikolem, this makes FitSugar a TOTAL sell out. I opinions can be bought around here.
nikolem2 nikolem2 8 years
Wow, can you say sell out? What's next, diet pills just for FitSugar readers?
mtiger mtiger 8 years
Yeah, I don't buy into this...
ktacce ktacce 8 years
well, it's a sponsored post... i can't imagine fit thinks we should rub on cream instead of doing a healthy diet and fun exercise. and rubbing my fat with a pad? no thanks... :)
ktacce ktacce 8 years
well, it's a sponsored post... i can't imagine fit thinks we should rub on cream instead of doing a healthy diet and fun exercise. and rubbing my fat with a pad? no thanks... :)
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
Yea I don't buy it either...
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
Yea I don't buy it either...
jkat jkat 8 years
Don't waste your money. This stuff doesn't work. Any difference is neglible. I bought it for about 6 mos with that super stimulator (the electric one) and barely noticed any change.
SummerBaby SummerBaby 8 years
ok so... does this actaully help at all?
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