No time to exercise? No worries, you can buy that perfect beach body online
For those who only dream of having a shredded physique but are not ready to put on the work for it, these hyperrealistic muscle suits may make your ripped figure wishes come true.
There are people whose mission in life is to achieve and maintain their fitness goals, to push beyond their physical limits, and to revel in the fact that one could actually take charge of one’s body and sculpt it the way how one wants it to be.
But Smitizen, a company that specializes in making realistic silicone masks, has all the goods that would make one instantly swole without leaving the comfy sofa.
In its website, the company sells different muscle suits in a range of shapes and sizes. There are some just for the arms, for the upper body, with a dragon tattoo and even one with a dildo.
However, these are not those regular muscle suits that one sees during Halloween or those that people wear for cosplay. These suits are made from medical-grade silicone with an inner breathable honeycomb design that reduces friction on one’s skin.
For those who are already tired of their "Dad bod" and couldn't seem to get rid of their quarantine weight, one of the website's most popular items is the “upgraded” body suit that has arm veins (which one need not flex to show off), enhanced chest muscles and perfect belly line, well-chiseled collarbone (the neck part can be trimmed), armpit wrinkles, and chest hair.
The products are highly stretchable, can extend six times than the original size, and is “the fastest way to build a perfect figure,” the company claims.
Each of the muscle suits weighs about 10 kg. They have a range of sizes based on the wearer’s weight and height. It’s available in Caucasian, Natural, Tan and Dark colors.
The price for an instant perfect figure? These suits are sold starting at $215 (about P10,000) up to $700 (about P34,000).
Aside from muscle suits, the China-based company also offers realistic male and female masks that are often used in the movies, theaters, theme parks and haunted houses.
Thumbnail and banner images from www.smitzen.com