Sweet Sweat is the perfect tool for increasing your workout motivation and results! Sweet Sweat promotes promotes sweating during your exercise to help you lose water weight, really see results, and stay motivated during your toughest workouts! Sweet Sweat is activated by your elevated heart rate during training, and even helps you stay smelling fresh after your workout. Sweet Sweat is different from the competition because it contains no skin-burning ingredients, and the 6.5 oz size comes with an easy and convenient stick applicator! Take it on-the-go!
Before exercise, apply an ample amount of Sweet Sweat topical gel to the skin, coating all desired areas without rubbing in. Sweet Sweat is activated by your elevated heart rate and works best during cardio, circuit, and high interval training.
For Best Results: Do not use Sweet Sweat with any skin cream or lotion, as it creates a topical barrier that inhibits Sweet Sweat results. Sweet Sweat should be worn under loose fitting clothing to prevent friction and increase "breathability." Sweet Sweat can also be used while swimming, and in dry or infrared saunas. For optimal results, use Sweet Sweat with Sweet Sweat waist trimmer!
Removal: After exercise and the normal "cool down" period, towel off Sweet Sweat first before showering.
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TOPICAL USE ONLY. DO NOT INGEST.
Sweet Sweat should be kept away from direct sunlight at all times. Do not leave in car as product may liquefy at warm temperatures. If melting occurs, place at room temperature or refrigerate until product becomes solid again. Use a pre-wash stain remover on clothing when necessary.
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