Bay Area Body Wrap: The Key to a Slimmer You

Using body wraps has become one of the latest techniques for achieving a slimmer, curvier body and results are said to be achieved in as short as 60 minutes. Celebrity talk show hosts including Tyra Banks and Ellen Degeneres have purportedly tried this procedure and have seen and felt the results. So, are body wraps the solution to having a more slender and toned figure?   

First, let's establish what body wraps are and how they work. The body wrap is a method used to contour the body, shed off unsightly cellulite, and noticeably tighten the skin. As its name suggests, it involves wrapping the body in porous elastic bandages which have been earlier immersed in a special solution. For areas of the body where inches need to be lost, the wrap is applied firmly; for those where only skin tightening is necessary, only light wrapping is used.

Other body wraps do not use bandages but a body mask made of a combination of any of these ingredients: algae, seaweed, mud, clay, and lotion. In this case, the body wrap is used more as a detox treatment, ridding the body of toxins caused by daily stresses, chemicals, and pollution.   

At a Bay Area Body Wrap center, an individual who undergoes the body wrap may look up to 6 to 20 inches slimmer. Ad there's more to it. Skin smoothening and tightening is also a common effect of a body wrap. This is ideal for women who have just given birth, lost considerable weight, and those who want to reduce the signs of aging.   

Depending on the client's needs, there are actually a variety of Bay Area Body Wraps available. An initial body wrap may take up to two hours, but for succeeding wraps, a one hour and fifteen minute session may suffice, with a three to four day gap between wraps. For emergency cases however, like a bride having trouble fitting to her wedding dress, a succession of body wraps within a single day is still safe.  

A Body Wrap Bay Area is also guaranteed to be professionally done. Each body wrap procedure is not made without going through a thorough consultation with the wrap technician. Measurements are made, goals are set, and the client is given a realistic assessment of his or her case so that there will be no unrealistic expectations