8 thoughts on “Preparation H And Saran Wrap To Lose Weight

  1. Is it safe to uses icy hot in a body wrap?
    In an article it says that if u apply icy hot to the areas you want to lose weight and then wrap Saran wrap you will lose a few inches. They say it will burn but if just shower after the redness will to away. Is it safe. Or is preparation h better?!

    • NOT SAFE!!

      Topical applications of those chemicals DO NOT cause you to lose weight. Wrapped up, they can, instead, give you a chemical burn, possibly very serious.

  2. How to lose 3 inches off your waist quick for Navy?
    I need to lose 3 inches off my waist to got to a meps station for the NAVY and pick my job? I just need a quick fix so i can hurry up and get this over with.

    • for a quick fix try buying some preparation h and saran wrap.. wrap it around your waist, go to sleep, wake up in the morning and see how much smaller you are… temp though comes back within a few hours and quicker when you drink. its just water weight but for the future…. well I suggest cutting out everything except for protein and vegetables, forget breads and sugars… just protein and vegetables and work out not too much though. Because when you eat your body will take all the energy from the food instead of from the fat already in your body, remember to eat before exercising and only eat about 2-3 after exercising, drink only water, and don’t eat 2-3 before sleeping, also remember the 10 hour trick, eat all you want the first 10 hours since you woke up but after that don’t eat anything. For example since your still in school you may wake up around 6 am.. eat all you want between 6 am and 3 pm but after 3 pm don’t eat anything because your body breaks down foods and burns fat best the first 10 hours. Try an exercises ball its great works very well just buy one for cheap around $10, 20, 30 dollars and just look online for free exercise ball workouts lots of them instead of paying for dvds.

  3. How do I tighten the skin around my NECK as I lose more fan doing cardio?
    Like most men approaching their mid-20s post-college, the skin around my neck is beginning to loosen up… I gained some weight during university and have lost 15 pounds since then. However, I wish the skin on neck was tighter against the bottom of my head. Are there neck exercises or other ways to get it back to where it was pre-college? Thanks!

    • This is going to sound ridiculous, but it works. Apply a coating of Preparation-H around your neck, and wrap it with Saran Wrap (or something of the sort to keep it protected). As foolish as it sounds, it works. I wouldn’t recommend you running around town like that, but perhaps before you go to bed at night, do this, and take it off when you wake up in the morning. You should actually notice a little difference the first time. I hope this helps. :)

  4. Is it a good idea to go running with saran wrap on your body?
    I have read articles about quick weight loss methods and I was wondering if saran wrap is a good idea since it makes you sweat a lot or is it dangerous? Also what about using preparation H.
    Do you have any quick, extreme weight loss ideas?
    I meant using preparation H under the saran wrap. I read that it draws out more water.

    • Running with saran wrap is not a good ideal at all. Have no idea what prep. H can do. You can google for body wrap in your local area. You can loose inches within 2-3hours under professional supervision. You have to drink lot of water during the exercises though. What they will do is measure you first, ask for your problem area, then cloth wrap you, then pour mineral liquid on you then ask you to either do stair stepper or treadmill or elliptical exercises. When your cloth dried, they pour some more mineral liquid on you….once done, they measure you again and tell you how many inches you lost totally. Remember those inches lost only due to water, you have to get on a diet and exercises plan to maintain it.

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