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Fat Iron Body Toner is FDA cleared and clinically tested for home use to iron off fat

You can now get the look you’ve always wanted with the Fat Iron Body Toner. Cleared by the FDA and tested clinically, this device is safe for home use. In fact, it essentially irons fat off of your body. You don’t have to go anywhere for fancy treatments with this easy-to-use, at-home device. No matter which areas of your body you want to work on, the Fat Iron allows you to target difficult spots. So you can manage fat, wrinkles, and saggy skin with the help of this gadget. Additionally, you need to use it for just 15 minutes a day to see improvements. Combining three different technologies, the Fat Iron uses bipolar radio frequency, electro muscle stimulation, and photon red light therapy.

Fat Iron Body Toner is FDA cleared and clinically tested for home use to iron off fat
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9.2/10
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Measuring fewer than nine inches, this is an easy device to use anywhere.
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Genevieve Healey
Technologies
Bipolar Radio Frequency, Electro Muscle Stimulation, Photon Red Light Therapy
Time Requirement
15 Min/Day
Materials
ABS, Metal
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Crissie

Did you do any research to see if this has really been FDA cleared?  Also, I see this is still in production, do they have any information in regards to their successful clinical trials? Id like to see more proof and their testing before dishing out $200. Almost really rather wait to pay $400 once this is released to get real and unbiased reviews. Right now it’s still a bunch of hype compared to in clinic treatments. 

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Suzanna
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Hey Crissie, I would definitely contact the seller and ask them your questions about FDA clearance :)
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