Could a body wrap help with your slimming goals?
According to the Daily Mail, an array of celebrities favour these in their various forms, with Madonna, Victoria Beckham, Nicole Kidman and Gwyneth Paltrow all reportedly being fans.
There are body wraps to deal with orange peel dimpling, hot oil versions to combat dry skin ahead of winter holidays and even wraps that help with toning by repeatedly inflating and deflating.
However, the most popular varieties are those which use clay, because they can be applied at home and are renowned for their effectiveness.
All you have to do is apply the clay – which contains volcanic ash – and bandages and then wait while the solution tightens loose tissue, reduces cellulite and actually helps you to lose inches.
The clay is absorbent, so it takes in any water being stored between your skin’s cells, an effect that lasts up to a day, according to the American Council on Exercise.
It is best to use slimming wraps as one aspect of a weight loss programme involving exercise and diet, but you should see results and even a long-lasting improvement to your skin’s surface by adding them to your routine.
Are you going to try a body wrap kit?