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Will a home made inch loss wrap using haemorrhoid cream and cling film work?

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TheWorldAccordingToJC Sun 13-Jul-14 21:37:19

Merely pondering at the mo ...

MisForMumNotMaid Sun 13-Jul-14 21:38:25

Just think of the mess!

Namechangearoonie123 Sun 13-Jul-14 21:40:00

Yes if by work you mean:

'Making a twat of yourself'


TheWorldAccordingToJC Sun 13-Jul-14 21:40:54

I'm thinking a tube smothered over my tummy ( the problem area ) and then acres of cling film tightly wrapped

Then lie down for an hour and remove!!

Thus stuff shrinks piles doesn't it? I've never suffered from them so don't know for sure but I assume it does the job. So, it'll temporarily shrink my stomach won't it?

TheWorldAccordingToJC Sun 13-Jul-14 21:41:17

It would be in the privacy of my own home!!!

Letsgoforawalk Sun 13-Jul-14 21:42:16

Go on, try it, if it works patent it and make a fortune.

capsium Sun 13-Jul-14 21:42:23

Why the cream? Just use the shrink wrap. You'll sweat off water retention. Hey presto less bloatedness and less mess.

Laska42 Sun 13-Jul-14 21:42:48

how are these inch loss wraps supposed to work? ( are they, using something like haemorroid cream)
on which part of bidy do you use them.... genuine question.. complete ignoramous on these .

grumblepuss Sun 13-Jul-14 21:43:39

ERM... I'm not sure?
Give it a go and report back?

Cutting out crap for a month and doing crunches everyday might have longer lasting results?

punygod Sun 13-Jul-14 21:43:43

This reminds me of the scene in The Full Monty where Mark Addy's character sits in his shed, wrapped in cling film and eating a Mars bar grin

nilbyname Sun 13-Jul-14 21:44:01

On what science are you basing this?

Namechangearoonie123 Sun 13-Jul-14 21:45:55

Those clay wraps dehydrate.

That's not what pile cream does, not the same science I think.

But you must do and post pictures

We won't laugh


Miren Sun 13-Jul-14 21:46:47

was already laughing at the title, then I read your post namechangearoonie grin

TheWorldAccordingToJC Sun 13-Jul-14 21:46:48

I'm not a scientist blush

Was merely thinking about it. As a temporary shrinking measure!

I'm going to do it.

I'm going to buy a tube from Boots tomorrow and some strong cling film and give it a go before work.

I'm not overweight per se, I'm size 10 but my stomach is bloody terrible . I'm getting married next month and thought OOHH that'll work!!!

capsium Sun 13-Jul-14 21:47:00

I think some use clay,

TheWorldAccordingToJC Sun 13-Jul-14 21:47:31

Ah but pile cream shrinks doesn't it?! It shrinks skin! And that's a fact!

LuckySaint Sun 13-Jul-14 21:53:51

Try it and report back please grin

Trills Sun 13-Jul-14 21:55:50

Have fun!

TheWorldAccordingToJC Sun 13-Jul-14 22:00:03

If it works you'll all be eating your words.

I know it won't dissolve fat but I truly believe it'll temporarily tighten it all up

Laska42 Sun 13-Jul-14 22:06:13

get a slendertone?

As I always say, there's only one way to find out...

TBF, I think the pile cream shrinks blood vessels, which is not the problem you are facing.

Try sit-ups, core exercises and control pants.

RandallFloyd Sun 13-Jul-14 22:22:09

Best. Idea. Ever.

Faultless logic and, as yet, un-patented.
You will be rich, rich beyond your wildest dreams.
(And skinny, obvs)

MisForMumNotMaid Sun 13-Jul-14 22:29:40

its been done, minus the cling film, watch here. Its a bit dull you can slide the bar onto just over five minutes in for results.

TheWorldAccordingToJC Sun 13-Jul-14 22:31:02


I'm not the first to have this idea?

Bollocks hmm

MisForMumNotMaid Sun 13-Jul-14 22:32:21

You can potentially still patent the cream cling film combination. Its all about the method.

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