Questions and Answers

Q’s and A’s

by | Dec 19, 2016 |

What is an inch loss Body Wrap?

The body wrap is an advanced development that works on shrinking the adipose tissue of fat called cellulite that is found directly below the surface of the skin. Body Wrapping eliminates toxins and impurities that have built up in the body plus helps to rid the body of cellulite. It detoxifies your body, tightens loose tissue, exfoliates, smoothes’ and softens your skin.

Lose 5-15 Inches in One Body Wrap! Schedule 3 or more wraps for better results within 7-10 days of each other. Reduce the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks.

How Does the Body Wrap Work?

The concept of the Inch Loss Wrap is such that it improves those areas of your body that you want to work on the most. Wherever your tissue is the softest and flabbiest, the “wrap” will firm, tone and reduce more than the averages. Many people are “wrapped” for the detoxification benefits, as well as inch loss and reshaping.

Will it help get rid of Cellulite?

Most women see significant improvement in Cellulite after using this Body Wrapping Formula. Cellulite is fluid retention in the connective fibers of the upper layers of the skin, along with an enlargement of individual fat cells. With poor circulation, this toxin accumulation and fluid retention are a major factor causing cellulite to develop. The body wrap process detoxifies the layers of the skin, tightens the pores, and increases circulation which reduces the appearance of cellulite.

Is the Inch Loss Permanent?

Yes, as long as you stick to drinking plenty of water and eating properly. Once desired results are achieved, you can wrap once or twice monthly to enjoy continued benefits.

Is the Body Wrap Safe for Everyone?

Almost anyone should be able to have a wrap but if you have a medical problem, circulatory problems, or disease, check with your doctor first. It is recommended that you consult with a doctor before beginning any weight loss or inch loss program. Do not perform a wrap if you are pregnant, nursing, menstruating or are constipated.

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