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Could a toned butt or a breast lift be achieved with the help of a device? The Doctors weigh on gadgets claiming to help improve the parts of the body many people work so hard on.
A device called a hip trainer claims it "stimulates pelvic muscles in the hips, groin, and buttocks to help strengthen your body and create firmer, toned legs, butt, and thighs" -- but just how effective do The Doctors think it is?
After testing out the hip trainer, both ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon (who knows a thing or 2 about the perfect butt!) says they like the device and Dr. Travis reveals he often squeezes his butt muscles when he waits in line, noting this helps to get the blood flowing. The Doctors say many of us sit for too long during the day and note this device may help to work the glutes and tighten the tush.
* This hip trainer says it will help those who "are worried about the flatness of the buttocks"... no judgment if you feel the need to click on the link!
If you are looking for more cleavage, a frontless bra could be the solution. The makers claim their new take on the bra is "designed for plunging necklines to achieve cleavage and support without the look of a bra." Doctors' associate producer Bailey demonstrates how to use the frontless bra and says she found it to be comfortable to wear and hugged her body close.
* If you want a lift without going in the knife, check out the Misses Kisses Moderate Plunge Bra Kit, which can accommodate cup sizes 30B to 44H cups.
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