Aoqili Diet Soap
Chinese seaweed soap that claims to reduce fat cells.
Aoqili Diet Soap (pronounced "ouch-a-lee") is a seaweed soap formulated in China, purportedly with fat eliminating properties. With little to no scientific research to back up claims of weight loss, the soap supposedly reacts with fat molecules beneath the surface of the skin, and reduces their size and appearance.
Much like a detoxifying seaweed wrap, the soap is intended to flush fat cells of water and lipids, and tighten and tone skin. While claiming a pleasant fragrance and skin-smoothing properties, Aoqili Diet Soap sellers promote the soap as an easy way to lose weight by simply taking a hot shower.
- Aoqili diet soap is easy to use
- The soap is made of all natural ingredients
- Ingredients have been used for thousands of years
- No medical reports on efficacy
- Any weight loss may return if stop using soap
- May not work
Dried soap bar, seaweed, aloe vera gel, fragrance and water. Powdered seaweed, according to the manufacturer, can reduce swelling, or edema, under the topmost layer of skin.
Aoqili seaweed soap must be massaged into skin for three to five minutes, which may be the reason why users see results, with or without the soap.EXERCISE
Aoqili Diet Soap is not a diet, but a seaweed and aloe vera soap bar that leaves skin feeling smooth and toned. Through effective marketing, including claims of the Japanese using millions of bars to keep slim and trim, the soap is an inexpensive way to feel better and ultimately look better.Common Misspellings
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