I have a co-worker that has been flogging those stupid things in my place of work as well.
Firstly I will say, those wraps are crap. I haven't used one but my co-worker has pulled in a couple of "customers" here.... and for all the $$$$$ they have spent, not one of them looks the slightest bit different. Sure, they "lose an inch and feel more toned" for... about a day. Nothing that shows, nothing that lasts. These are pure crap, fake, snake oil, rip off, scam.
Secondly, it is not really appropriate to flog commercial products to the captive-audience in one's workplace. You could complain to management/human resources if you wanted. This did happen at my workplace - the seller initially tried to drum up interest for her Wrap Party using the company email - nope! Not allowed to solicit for commercial gain using company email, a rapid stop was put to that. Of course, determined multi-level-marketers will work around such restrictions and approach you on the down-low, in the lunch room, in casual conversation, etc., and it is REALLY ANNOYING.
I find the body wrap marketers to be particularly distasteful because our weight and figure tends to be a sensitive, personal issue, and they really put a person on the spot. I really did NOT appreciate being asked to a Wrap Party and the awkwardness that ensued as I tried to "politely" decline. Which I had to do at least 3x before Miss Marketer got the point and moved on to more profitable pastures. Just say no and keep saying NO.
Goal 1 - break 200 (46 pounds lost)**DONE**
Goal 2 - leave obesity behind (BMI 29.9, at 185#) **DONE**
Goal 3 - BMI = Normal (154# or less)
| current weight: 164.0