According to the Inluxxe website, the skintight wand combines “infrared therapy, ultrasonic therapy and electronic muscle stimulation (ems) therapy” to assist in “skin tightening, fat cell simulation, cellulite and stretch mark reduction”
And while some of Jess’ followers were eager to give the device a go, many weren’t so kind to the blonde bombshell, who’s been slammed for promoting the product.
“If you’re advertising something, you should be disclosing it,” one wrote on the post, which failed to include any markers suggesting it was sponsored or an ad.
Others straight-up didn’t trust the device to do what it said it would. “I don’t believe it works,” quipped another follower.
But Jess, who’s spoken candidly about the $50,000-worth of cosmetic surgery she’s undergone since MAFS finished, insists she’s seen real results.
“I’ve been using the wand since my surgery and I feel it really works,” she told news.com.au. I wouldn’t put something out to my followers that I thought was a sham or didn’t work.”