Slimmer Tummy in 14 Days? The Rodial Tummy Tuck Gel and Slimming Sticks!

I was sent two Rodial slimming products to help me get into shape before my holiday (my so far non-existent holiday, might I add).

The two products target my big problem area – my tummy! Whilst not humungous, it’s certainly padded and could do with some serious flattening (weird – when I was 4 stone lighter I still thought I had a podgy stomach. Goes to show you’re never happy…)

First off is Rodial’s coveted tummy tuck gel.

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This is supposed to make a difference in 2 months (or 8 weeks) reducing your tummy area by 2 cms. Fig extract and neuropeptides break down fatty cells and boost metabolism. Will it work? Well I am testing it and I will let you know!

So far so good – the clear thick gel is moisturising and has made my skin feel lovely and firmer. I am only a few days in though…

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There’s no tingling or allergic reactions either. It’s expensive at £100 for 125ml so let’s see if it can shrink me down!

Next up is the Rodial Tummy Tuck Sticks…

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These are sachets of powder which you mix with water to create a drink, which you have after your main meal in the evening.

You get 14 sticks and the course is therefore for 2 weeks.

This is a dietary supplement which helps digestion and reduces bloating; the tummy tuck stick helps flatten the tummy and waist through slimming, natural ingredients.

This contains Pineapple and Papaya, Fennel Seeds and Green Clay.

Now, I am Chinese so I have been trained in the art of drinking foul tasting herbal teas, but I must admit, this drink too my by surprise when I mixed it up! It’s the appearance (bright yellow) and the weird texture that got me:

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What you see in there IS the fennel and chunks of papaya and pineapple! Rodial weren’t lying about their ingredients!

What it tastes like is a combination of pineapple and coconut. It’s quite lumpy and weird – I suggest down it in one, it’s not too hard to drink but it’s not a leisurely beverage either. Also you don’t need to mix it with too much water, so it’s not so bad!

This pack is £48 for 14 sticks, so once again it’s pricey but I will let you know what the result it!

I am trying to calorie count and do some exercise in the next 4 weeks too so hopefully the result will be decent!

Have you ever tried a slimming aid because of a special occasion?

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Comments

  1. 2cm? That’s not even an inch!

  2. Danielle Graves says:

    I’ve never tried any slimming aids apart from Xenical and that didn’t have good effects let me tell you.

    I’ve been following Slimming World for 6 months now instead and have had a really good weight loss of 5 stone so far and I’m not depriving myself of anything so I’m really happy x

    • Hi Danielle

      Slimming World sounds amazing! I know these calsses are the best because of the support you get and let’s face it – if I was being weighed every week I would be sticking to my diets too.

      But I don’t have the time or courage for that just yet! I would love to lose about 3 stone! Maybe I should look up slimmers world! x

  3. Kirsten T says:

    I know someone who drinks bittergourd and celery juice to slim down, it work very well for her, I think it kills all appetite. Hope this helps you swallow the yellow mix and get rid of that 2 cm.

  4. Have these products worked for you at all or is it just all marketing gimmick? TIA for any info :)

  5. where i got it ?

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