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At Costco, I found a great camisole with stretchy support called "Fat Free Dressing" ---several colors and styles available for $15.99 each. I lost a lot of belly fat, but I have rolls of saggy skin around my waist and on my abdomen. This disguises it nicely without feeling like I can't breathe. It's very comfortable & seems to run true to size.

(I purchased a similar one online for $14.99 +shipping, but didn't like it as well as this one.)

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Costco sells other camisoles, but they don't give support to hold in the flab like the "Fat Free Dressing." I like these, too, but they run a little big, so I would buy a L instead of an XL or a M instead of a L, etc. (2/pkg/$12.99)

I bought only one "FF Dressing" ---will go back for more
- Submitted by STORMY724 3/26/2011 in Product Reviews | 7 Comments
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CHRYSLS 4/21/2011 9:38:00 AM

    I just bought one but haven't tried it yet. Now that I have read your post I can't wait to try it!
MARYELLEN301 3/29/2011 4:59:00 PM

    Your post had me looking and I found them at my local Costco in Raleigh. I found that if you looked extra hard, you could find them with a lace trim across the top for a little pizazz beneath a low cut top. I got one in black and one in white and really like the look and the control it offers. I bought some there a few years ago...different brand and I agree I like these better. Thanks for the heads up!
STORMY724 3/29/2011 8:45:00 AM

I couldn't find them on the Costco website. The brand name is Flexees.

Enter: +"Fat Free Dressing" +camisole +Flexees
into any search engine online & you'll find them elsewhere. Looks like they range from $22 to $40 online at various locations. But with with shipping they will be more. Maybe, a friend or relative in another location could buy one for you at Costco and mail it ---still probably less than $22 total.

Mine has spaghetti straps, but looks like there are strapless ones and ones with wider straps, too.
SUNSETSEEKER 3/29/2011 8:19:00 AM

    Has anyone seen them anywhere else? We don't have a Costco near us. Are they made by Maidenform? I saw something on line that might be if, available at Kohl's, a little more but not as much as driving a ways to Costco. Thanks for any help.
DEBMONTE 3/28/2011 9:54:00 PM

Do they have these on I couldn't seem to find them at my location in Scottsdale.
STORMY724 3/27/2011 7:24:00 AM

    Note: I entered the wrong cost ----which I have now corrected.
I said they were $12.99 but apparently they are $15.99.

I must have read the sign above the kind that are 2 for $12.99 instead of the sign about the "Fat Free Dressing" ---and checked the receipt only after I wrote this. I still think they are worth it. I have seen similar items for $30. The inexpensive one I found in the Carol Wright catalog was $14.99 +shipping and I didn't like it nearly as well.
CUINPARADISE 3/26/2011 2:28:00 AM

    I saw those last week and I meant to stop back by the display, but forgot...Guess I'm making another trip to Costco. Thanks for the "hot tip" and reminder!

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