It's that time of the year for resolutions. More specifically losing weight. Here's a light-hearted look at Losing Weight with Soap.
Lose Weight with Soap
Soap seems to be overlooked in most diet plans, but a quick Google search reveals this may be should be part of your New Year's Resolution!
Starting with Dawn dishwashing detergent!
My apologies. :) Here is a step back to some vintage ads to see what washing with soap can do for you.
La Parle was onto something with their soap and reducing fat without dieting or gymnastics, not to mention its reputation for safety, but alas, being called "Obesity Soap" may have been its downfall. Do we really want to be reminded every time we bathe that we are obese. I think not.
La-Mar had the right idea. "Reducing Soap" - I'll take two! Now that's a great name. And genius, too, they've thought of everything. You can use it all over and it will reduce any part of the body without affecting any other part. Good thinking for those of us with just a few trouble spots and don't need all over reduction. I appreciate that it is sent in a plain wrapper so not everyone knows my business and a sucker for a money-back guarantee.
Dr. Folts Soap
Dr. Folts looks a little harder to use. Do you only apply to the parts that need to be reduced? And you have to wash those body parts for 5-10 minutes apiece? That's going to be one cold shower by the time I get done. I do appreciate the science and real data they included. Soap suppresses excessive fat. (but if I'm already fat, won't that trap the existing fat?) In any case, it's worth a try if I can lose 15-20 inches in the hips.
Flesh Reducing Soap
Dr. Bouchard's soap makes more sense to me as it "absorbs fat" so fat should truly rinse away. I do wish they wouldn't have called it "flesh reducing." That conjures up images of skin diseases. <shudder>