Tummy Tuck Anyone?

Mimi ON Jan 07, 2010 AT 12:50 pm

Rodial's new Tummy Tuck Sticks

Rodial's new Tummy Tuck Sticks

By Tamara Hinson

Like everyone else this Christmas, I’ve definitely eaten too many mince pies and drunk too much mulled wine, so when I heard about Rodial’s new Tummy Tuck Sticks I was all too aware that by trying them during the festive period I was putting them to the ultimate test. Rodial claim that the combination of ingredients used in their Tummy Tuck Sticks dietary supplements can help reduce bloating and aid digestion, and as someone who has tried countless products that make the same claim, I’ll admit I was somewhat sceptical.


First of all there’s green clay, which may not sound too appealing but is actually rich in the minerals known to aid digestion and reduce bloating. Secondly, there’s calcium citrate, which boasts anti-acid properties to help neutralise gastric acidity. There’s also fennel seeds, known for their ability to reduce bloating and help flatten the tummy, and finally, pineapple and papaya – both rich in the enzymes which help the body break down food and aid digestion.

I was lucky enough to get my hands on a sample, and I can report that these little sticks of magic really do work wonders. Not only do they offer quick relief for that bloated, “eaten so much I can’t move a muscle” feeling, but after a few days my tummy definitely seemed flatter. As an added bonus, they actually taste pretty good too. Simply pour one “stick” into a glass of water and mix thoroughly, then take one a day for two weeks for fast, impressive results.

So I for one will be keeping a stash to hand and if, like me, you’re feeling somewhat bloated after the festive period, strongly recommend you do the same. After all, it’s probably one of the few drinks you’ll have consumed in the past month that’s actually good for you.

£48.00 for 14 sticks, www.rodial.co.uk

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