Body wraps promote a range of different health benefits including; improving the texture and appearance of the skin, ridding the body of excess toxins and fluids, boosting the lymphatic system and body contouring and inch loss. Some body wraps can even relieve aching joints, ease inflammation and soothe muscles.
Types of Body Wrap
There are a range of body wraps to choose from depending on what you want to achieve. You’ll usually be asked to change into your underwear or swimwear and you may be exfoliated or asked to take a shower before the treatment starts. Each type of wrap will contain a range of specialist ingredients to open up your pores and encourage sweating to flush out toxins.
- Mud wrap. Designed to ease water retention and draw out impurities, the mud wrap has anti-stress properties and will leave you with firmer skin.
- Algae wrap. Great for removing toxins, speeding up circulation and reducing cellulite. It’s also great for the recovery from jetlag if you travel a lot.
- Cellulite/Fluid retention wrap. The ingredients in this wrap include a cocktail of ‘fat burning ingredients’ which encourage circulation and the breakdown of cellulite.
- Green clay body wrap. Packing a mineral punch including; silica, magnesium, potassium, calcium and zinc, toxins will be removed leaving the skin feeling fresh and soft.
- Elixir hydration wrap. This wrap will deeply hydrate your skin, boost oxygen flow to the tissues and promote a glowing skin tone. Your senses will be indulged and stresses melted away.
- Slim ultra-performing wrap. Remove toxins, blast away cellulite and improve the contours of your body with the slim ultra-performance wrap. A targeted massage will also help you to relax and release tension.
Why Choose a Body Wrap?
Body wraps have great therapeutical benefits and will leave your mind and body feeling rejuvenated. Wraps can firm, smooth and hydrate the skin, flush out toxins and even disperse areas of cellulite. Wraps will promote an intense feeling of calm and relaxation, while you’re wrapped in the solution and heated blankets.
Things to Consider Before Having a Body Wrap
Although body wraps are extremely safe and beneficial to most, certain people should avoid or seek advice before having a body wrap;
- People with high blood pressure
- Heart conditions
You may want to avoid; shaving 24 hours before the treatment, sunbathing, alcohol and large meals. Also tell your therapist if you may be or are pregnant as certain wraps may not be suitable.
Talk to one of the experienced therapists on 02 9273 8808 to find out which wrap treatment would be best for you.