Dr Oz: TV Product Reviews & Susan Scharf
In this segment, Dr Oz brought out Susan Scharf, Consumer Mom, to tell you if those products advertised on television actually work or whether they are just bogus.
Dr Oz: Sauna Pants Review
The Sauna Pants: This product is supposed to relieve our body of excess water. Susan was confused. The product never stated that it was for weight loss so she wasn’t sure what the relevance of it was. Susan and Doctor Oz put on the pants. Did it work? Who knows? Susan said she tried the pants and sat down for 15 minutes as instructed. She was also confused because the product stated you should not wear the pants during that time of the months. (But when else would you want to get rid of excess water?) Dr Oz concurred that there was no medicinal benefit to this product. The Sauna Pants received a big, fat thumbs down!
Dr Oz: Smooth Away Buffing Pad Review
Smooth Away Buffing Pad: For this product, you rub the pad 3-5 times in one direction and then 3-5 times in the other direction and it’s supposed to remove hair. Note: The hair has to be at least a quarter of an inch long. Susan tried it on Dr Oz’s hairy arm. All it did was curl the hair. Needless to say, this product was a bust. (That’s two for two!)