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Review of Unbelievabra by Shapeez

Posted on Oct 22, 2008 at 4:45AM


picture of torso of woman wearing unbelievabra by shapeez

Review of Shapeez' Unbelievabra -- The end of visible bra lines and back fat.

Reviewed by Jamie

I recently wanted to wear a top that has been sitting in my closet since I've bought it. Cute on the rack not on the back. This thing fit a little too tight and didn't have forgiving fabric. We've all heard the threads rip while reaching through the armholes. My experiences with this have usually been in dressing rooms...shhh.

To combat my problem, I chose to wear a product recently sent to me by a PR gal. As a 25-year-old fitness instructor, I'm here to tell you that just because you have shapewear in the underwear drawer does not mean you need to lose weight.

To go under my barely-worn shirt I chose Unbelievabra's: The Ultimate, which costs $85. Not only did it give me the support of a good bra but took away the ugly back cleavage and smoothed me out through the mid-section.

I also have a bad habit of buying pants that are slightly big around the waist but just right around my thighs. Sometimes belts look too bulky when wearing a longer fitting shirt. What's a girl to do?

Pull the Unbelievabra over the top of the pants and you've got a no-bulk belt.

For women with muffin-top issues, or a menopot like my mom, Unbelievabra gobbles up the muffin-top and menopot like a kid at Halloween. After donning the Unbelievabra, Mom's torso looked svelte and sleek -- no spine-chilling back fat or spooky spare tire.

Check out the Unbelievabra's website to view other undergarments like "The Shortee" and "The Mini." Most importantly, you must see the before and after pictures!

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posted by
Wed, 01/14/2009 - 9:01am

I too have the same problem. I exercice, watch what I eat and take supplements, but being a shy side of 50 and a "menopot" my braline doesn't look like it used to. I too had clothes sitting and getting dusty in my closet for the rear view was too frightful for public display. I've tried almost all the known name brand bra/camisoles out there and had almost given up until I came across the "unbelieveabra" website, almost by accident. Well I was skeptical at first and the price of the item is a little higher than some others out there, but like my mother always told me, "You get what you paid for." Well, I'm glad I listen to my mother and I bought the unbelieveabra: IT REALLY WORKS LIKE IT SAYS IT DOES - shocking that in this day and age,
people buy only what is either advertised only on a television shopping network or a major department store, not realizing the treasure trove of the internet. In fact, I'm going back to get their shorty version, for the coming summer, although I never had any problems with sweating in its material, I just want to wear a bathing tankini I know it will do wonders on. Try for the unbelieveabra - IT REALLY WORKS!

posted by
Tue, 01/05/2010 - 6:03pm

I've had a completely different experience than kimbubbly with Shapeez. The customer service person was very helpful when I had a few questions before ordering. I needed to exchange mine for a larger size and it was really easy to do so. This is such a different product than the other body shapers out there. It feels like a second skin on my body. So I had a great experience with Shapeez and I will be ordering more in the future.

posted by
Wed, 01/06/2010 - 5:32am

Ladies: I just have to disagree with Kimbubbly, and agree with fitnesschick above. Shapeez is a fine company to buy from. I purchased an Unbelievabra in a size too large and all I had to do is email them for an RA# and they emailed me within 10 minutes with the return #. They even provided me with a FREE SHIPPING LABEL to send it back for the exchange. So easy.. But I have to say that when ordering anything online it is a good idea to check out any company's return policy so that there are no surprises. I thought that 15 days is enough time to know if something fits or not. I knew in about 1 minute that I needed a smaller size so I took care of returning it right away and I'm a happy customer. I think that their 15-day return policy is reasonable and the UNBELIEVABRA is a fabulous garment. I love mine~~!!

posted by
Thu, 01/07/2010 - 5:18am

Sounds to me like Kimbubbly has issues. I happen to be a personal trainer/business owner. I actually wear the product when I'm training and working out and tell all of my personal training clients. Having ordered things online from companies like Victoria's Secret, I was just thoroughly impressed that Shapeez took care of me the way that they did in such a timely manner.

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Thu, 01/07/2010 - 8:34am

Due to libel and slander issues, a few comments were removed from this post.

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