Miss Belt is a garment you wear around your waist that promises to transform your midsection instantly and give you the perfect waistline. They tout Miss Belt’s compression technology will make you appear up to 2 sizes thinner, giving you an hourglass figure and great back support at work, while exercising, or just relaxing at home.

How Miss Belt Works

Miss Belt is type of belt with Velcro that lets you compress your midsection, sometimes referred to as “waist trainers” and popularized by Kim Kardashian. To use Miss Belt, they tell you to strap around your waist and then cinch it tight with the second set of straps.

They claim Miss Belt is the secret of many top models and that unlike other shape wear it’s adjustable so you can loosen it or tighten as needed. They tout while wearing Miss Belt you will not only look slimmer and have better posture but you’ll also feel sexier and if you wear it under your clothes no one will know. They add you can wear it at work, the gym, at home, or whenever you want to look a few inches thinner. 

Miss Belt Cost:

$27.98 for 2 Miss Belts (black and nude), sold as $19.99 plus $7.99 S&H. Miss Belt comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, minus the shipping fees and what it costs you to return them.

Bottom Line: Is Miss Belt a Good Way To Lose Weight?

First of all, as the fine print on the website and infomercial states: Miss Belt does not cause permanent results and is not a way to lose any weight. While Idea Village has an A from the BBB, we’d like to point out a couple more things. 

If you decide to buy/wear Miss Belt, do so only for short periods of time and don’t cinch it too tight. If it makes you look slimmer and feel sexier for a night on the town, that is perfectly fine. 

However, devices like Miss Belt when used too long and especially while exercising can be bad for your health. They can cause difficulty breathing, bruised ribs, and people have been known to pass out during a workout. 

Quite simply, unless you wear a corset from the 1800s, you cannot “train” your waist to be smaller and you could quite possibly injure yourself. If you would like to permanently look 2 sizes thinner, we recommend talking with your doctor about a healthy diet and exercise plan that involves no waist training belts whatsoever.

We hope this helps you make an informed decision about Miss Belt – let us know what you think below!

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