Look what happens if you wrap your abdomen every night!
Your average women’s magazine is full of articles about famous celebrity women who have had a baby and immediately lost all of that excess weight. There is also no shortage of stories about celebrities who have completely changed the shape and size of their body in a very short period of time, in spite of the fact that they claim that they made no changes to their diet or exercise regimen.
In many instances, a body wrap is directly responsible for these changes in weight and shape and may be able to help you lose inches while also speeding up your metabolism. But you don’t have to spend lots of cash to experience the benefits of this trendy spa treatment.
What Is A Body Wrap?
A body wrap is a way to promote excessive sweating in a particular area of the body, which can result in not only significant loss in weight, but the reduction in toxins throughout the body. In many ways, the results that you will get from a body wrap is much like what you would experience from spending time in a sauna or steam room. The only differences that a body wrap provides more substantial changes in size and weight over a shorter period of time.
Depending on the kind of body wrap that you choose, and whether or not you opt for an at-home body wrap or one that is done in a spa, they usually consist of some type of skin exfoliation or micro dermabrasion, followed by application of oil, followed by wrapping the body with plastic or some other type of material.
Do Body Wraps Really Help You Lose Weight?
It is important to note that a single at-home body wrap will not in itself cause you to change your body fat percentage or give you a healthier body. But, it may result in short-term water weight loss that can help you fit into your favorite jeans or a new dress. It’s also nourishing for the skin, and many people report seeing a healthy glow after they try it.