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Men's Insta Slim Body Shaper: Does it Work?

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MADISON (WKOW) -- Look skinner and feel better with the Men's Insta Slim Body Shaper.

It's similar to Spanks, but made just for men. But, can the Men's Insta Slim Body Shaper make you look skinner?

"The material was very thin. I thought it was going to be a little thicker," said Rob Burke from Edgerton. Sizes come from medium to triple-extra-large. Directions say to bunch at the bottom before pulling over your belly.

"I tried to follow your directions and I wanted to put it on just the top and then stretch it down," said Eric Schooff from Janesville. "But, I couldn't do that."

The Men's Body Shaper was not comfortable for Eric and Rob. While they say it was interesting to try it was not comfortable and didn't shave any inches off their waist.

We gave the Men's Body Shaper a two out of four stars.

The Men's Body Shaper costs about $25 dollars. It's hard to find in local stores. If you want to buy it you may need to order it online and pay for shipping costs.

Click here to learn more information.

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