Effective slimming with body wrapping
Body wrapping is a beauty treatment. It originated in the United States and has been used in Europe since the 1970s.
It's a pleasant procedure that slims, tones up and revitalizes graying, dirty skin - thanks to the large concentration of flavonoids applied.
Body wrapping involves applying a particular poultice to the skin or a specific area. It may come as a mask, gel, natural honey, moisturizer, slimming agent, or skin care cosmetics. When applied, the patient's body is wrapped with cling film.
Body wrapping - stages
- Skin peeling,
- Application of the product,
- Wrapping the body with foil,
- Covering with a blanket.
How does it work?
The squeezing of the film stimulates blood and lymph circulation, and the opening of the skin pores facilitates the absorption of the applied product.
Body wrapping is also combined with other cosmetic treatments, anti-cellulite massages or Chinese bubbles.
Body wrapping is effectively supported by appropriate exercises and diet. It reaches its' full effectiveness after a series of treatments. Note that you can not use a tanning bed or sunbathe for a few days after a session.
Body wrap - contraindications
- Cardiac diseases,
- High blood pressure, atherosclerosis,
- Sensitive or vascular skin,
- Varicose veins and vascular congestion,
- Kidney diseases,
- Acute infections,
- Past surgeries,