Aurislim Earrings Review

One of the items I purchased on Multiply recently was a pair of Aurislim earrings. The item was on discount at P799.00 for a limited time when I bought it. I don't think I would have made the purchase if it was being sold at its actual price (P1,500.00).  I just thought it was an interesting concept so I tried it out.

According to the official website, the product claims to use magnetic acupressure for weight loss. Apart from that, it claims to use far infrared technology and negative ionization to improve a person's metabolic rate and increase energy levels.

The website said that the user should wear it at least three hours a day to see results.  I wore it for six hours a day for almost a month and I did not see any significant change in my body at all.  The pain of wearing the earrrings was also a bit difficult -- I felt like my earlobes were going to explode after wearing it for two hours (I wore them twice for three hours at a time during the day).

Aurislim also claims to help with better sleep, blood pressure and cholesterol levels.  I can't say that my blood pressure and cholesterol has improved because I never tested it but I can say that I did sleep better when I used it.  I've read that some people actually experienced increased sweating from using the product but I did not get that at all. To be honest, I wasn't really convinced about the "testimonials" I've read online because they all seemed to be written by one person so I took those things with a grain of salt.

I am disappointed that it did not help me lose even a pound of weight even if it claims it can do so.  Then again, there's really no shortcut to weight loss (unless you go for surgery) so I am not surprised.  I've stopped using it because I dropped it and the gem in the middle of the earring fell off -- I read that it's not effective if it's broken. Considering that I'm not quite sure about the reasoning behind the importance of the gem to the results they were claiming and that I didn't see any significant change during the time I used it, I just stopped using the product altogether.

If you really want to lose weight and are thinking of using this product it's your choice but if you ask me, I'd tell you to just spend your money on something else, like L-Carnitine supplements which actually did a better job with my weight loss and energy levels than these earrings did.

6 comments:

Angela Watkins said...

I also bought a pair from Multiply, two actually, for my mom and sister. Did you buy from Discounted Deals? I'm wondering if the product is authentic, although since it's a trusted seller, I didn't bother to ask. I've read a couple of reviews too, but usually there really is a couple of bad reviews out there for seen-on-TV products that don't work, and your review's the first 'bad review' I've seen so far. (as to the authenticity, Discounted Deals' the only reseller I've known who's sold Aurislim earring below 1kPhp.)

Clare Henney said...

Yes Angela, I bought from Discounted Deals. I was a little skeptical since it only came in the pouch, no product labels/packaging or anything like that.

I can't say for sure that it won't work for everyone, but it did not work for me. As with any workout or diet plan, one plan will not fit everyone.

It did help me sleep better though. ;)

Anonymous said...

Hello there,
I have bought the Aurislim from the official website and it also did not work for me, I used it for a month and did not lose a single pound. only better quality of sleep.

Alexis said...

It's a scam..All the positive reviews were written by same person...or blogs..and if you checked all blogs only talk about aurislim and has no friends etc. Bought aurislim and it was a poor quality products..its a magnetic earring produced in China that only cost less than USD1 per set..Total rip off...
No packaging whatsoever and only a photostated paper for instruction..there is no formal company that manufactured it..website phone numbers etc are nonsense..Post in You tube was found fake...

Kendra jones said...

I checked all the blogs and yeah same story but different name of bloggers....no friends whatsoever only review on aurislim and funny things it puts tags on its blogs as slimming earring ..so whoever type review on aurislim..it will pop up to all the positive review and one of the photo was found at other websites....hmm..good way to fool pple that their things are real...scam!

Karyn said...

Yes, it is scam. The blogs are all fake entries. If you go Eshiko.com, you will see that it looks just the same as the Aurislim official website, even with the same address, and Eshiko sells face powder! Ask for your money back guarantee, and don't let them get away with this!

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