Zaggora HOTPANTS are the latest craze in weight loss. They are specially engineered using Celu-Lite technology and use your natural body heat to get weight loss results. They claim you will losse two jean sizes in two weeks with no crazy workouts. The theory is that they increase your perspiration by up to 80% so just wearing them around the house can count as a workout. Even wearing them to bed a night can have results in 6-8 weeks. The more you wear them when you are active, the more they will work.
The technology reflects back the heat generated by your body to promote a "deeper warming of your tissue leading to higher levels of perspiration and therefore breaking down fat and toxins that contribute to the appearance of cellulite.
I tried these. They feel like neoprene and are comfortable. They are reversible, the inside being a yellow color (I would prefer another color). Working out in them really did make me sweat a lot. Which meant that they needed to be washed daily (hand wash only and line dry). They dry fairly quickly and are ready for the next day. The down side, I am not sure I want that area of my body to be so hot and sweaty. There is no cotton crotch so I was not eager to keep these on for very long at all. To me, this was a huge drawback to wearing them. I really wish they would come up with a design that has a breathable cotton crotch.
After wearing them on and off for couple weeks did I lose weight? Well, I am not really sure since I don't have a scale. Two jeans sizes? Not for me, but my jeans do feel looser in the legs. I do wonder if a lot of this was simply just weight loss from water weight. I also suspect that I will have to keep wearing them to get continued results. However, without a breathable cotton crotch, I don't want to wear these any more. This all being said, maybe if I wear them longer and more consistently, I might get more results.
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Disclosure: As a member of Mom Bloggers Club, I was selected to review Hotpants. I received a pair of Hotpants to facilitate this review. I was not compensated for this post. This post contains my honest opinions.