Hello. "Eurowave machine performs inch loss, and can lift and contour the body by actually building new muscle mass. The Eurowave uses a 400Hz and 600Hz pulsating faradic wave, which "works out" the muscle group in much the same way as an isometric exercise. The 18-minute session is completely effortless, and is equivalent to 200 to 500 perfectly formed sit-ups. " This is what I read from a brochure. As doctors, do you agree with this statement? Thanks for your kindness in replying me.
Eurowave Claimed to Be the Ultimate Slimming Down Machine That Builds Muscle Mass. Another Machine to Fool People?
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Another machine to fool people?
There are a lot of companies after your dollars. I have not heard of this machine but I am very wary of any beauty machines. I have written a series of articles about Beauty Machines That Simply Do No Produce Beauty. Check this out with a very skeptical eye. Do not believe testimonials ever. Do not believe slick ads ever. See who is doing the machine. Is it a dermatologist, a plastic surgeon, an MD of any sort, a chiropractor? These machines attract the unwary with promises that are not sincere and cannot be kept. Although I am not familiar with this machine.....common sense should dictate. I very much liked the way you asked this question so I copied your phrase for the title. I suspect you have it right on the money (which is what it is all about anyway). I think I will wait at the end of a long line before I sign up for treatment or purchase. Again, I have never hear about this machine so possible it will work and be the exception. My Best, Dr C
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