I'm all for slimming but i'm the laziest person known to man. I'm not overweight by any means but I do have a few unwanted lumps and bumps in places. When I was asked to trial this I jumped at the opportunity. The product claims to aid losing weight after doing some light exercise; such as hoola hooping. Does it work? Yes.
My target areas were my thighs and stomach. I did hoola hooping for my stomach and squats for my thighs. On the box it says you should see visible results in 2 weeks, I found that i saw results after 8 weeks. Partly because i am already quite fit, even though i am lazy, and partly because there wasn't much to lose so changes were not as noticeable.
The machine was extremely easy to use. All you had to do was press the area you were targeting and then click play. The process wasn't at all painful, just a bit tingly. Ok, very tingly. At times it got too much and the pause button came in extremely handy! However, you do get used to it after around 4-5 sessions.
I highly recommend this and although it does come with a hefty price tag of £999, but i've managed to find one for £749 (here), it is worth it as it has the same effects as salon treatments but for a quarter of the price. For £999 you can buy it at current body. The price per use works out to be extremely fair and the only thing you will need to replace is the gel that is used to help with conductivity. It is available for £39 (here).