Sleevey Magic Review: Does it Actually Work?
• Soft, comfortable material
• Works as advertised when a proper fit is achieved
• Provides a new look to existing clothing.
• Confusing online billing
• Second "free" item required when purchasing online
• Proper sizing may be difficult when ordering online
Sleevey Magic is a product for women which is advertised as a way to give the arms a more toned and shapely look.
Claims & Features
- Instantly give arms a toned look
- Expand your wardrobe
- Comfortable and stylish
- Fastens under bust
- Reversible, providing two different necklines
- Made of stretchy compression material
- 5 sizes, from Small Through XXL
Cost & Availability
Online: You can purchase Sleevey Magic from the official website in a set of two for $29.95 + $8.95 shipping for a total cost of $38.90. The set includes one in black or white Sleevey Magic, and a lace version of the same color.
In stores: Sleevey Magic can be found in some stores, typically in the As Seen on TV section, for about $15 for a single unit.
Sleevey Magic Commercial
The TV commercial below was posted online in July 2013, and has been airing as recently as June 2015.
Sleevey Magic Reviews
Sleevey Magic is said to provide instant toning and shapeliness to arms. The soft, stretchy material compresses and shapes loose skin on the arms to provide a more aesthetically pleasing appearance.
We feel this product certainly has a place in the wardrobes of some women. Those will flabby arm skin, blemishes, scars, or other unwanted features can use this product to feel more comfortable and secure in their own skin, and open up sleeveless clothing options that may not otherwise be ideal. It also provides a new look to existing clothes with its reversible V-neck or scoop neck designs.
Sleevey Magic has only advertised intermittently since 2013, although in June 2015 it appears to be marketing in earnest.
Consumers who purchase this product will fall into one of two camps: Those who feel that it works as advertised, or those who do not. The latter of these groups will most likely be affected by improper sizing, which could be difficult to achieve, especially those who may be on the cusp between sizes. Online complaints of Sleevey Magic being too tight or too loose could be remedied by simply going up or down a size to adjust to the individual.
For those who are able to obtain a properly-fitting Sleevey Magic, it is mostly likely that satisfaction with the product will be high. Sizing concerns can be alleviated by purchasing the product in stores. Our interviews with consumers found that the lace version of Sleevey Magic garners higher marks than the standard design.
We are not impressed by the order screen on the official website, which does not provide a confirmation page, and does not allow consumers to opt out of the “free” second item. This, too, could be avoided by purchasing in stores.
There have been other sleeve type products advertised on television and online over the past few years. Such products include SlimMe, Sleevey Wonders, Amazing Arms, EZ Sleeve, and Sassie Arms. Take a look at the large selection of other sleeve shapers available.
Sleevey Magic does a fine job of toning arms and allowing sleeveless garments to be worn by women who may not otherwise feel comfortable wearing them. Because of some concerns regarding sizing, expensive shipping, and the confusing online billing form, we recommend purchasing Sleevey Magic locally to optimize satisfaction with the product.
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