How a Cellulite Body Wrap Works
Cellulite body wraps consist of a plastic or linen sheet (or in some cases a blanket) that is wrapped around areas of the body that you want to treat for cellulite. For example, you can do a stomach wrap, a leg wrap, or even a full wrap.
Underneath this sheet, a layer of natural compounds is applied. These ingredients are designed to target issues in the area that are causing the cellulite to appear prominent.
Once the compounds and sheets have been applied, you will need to keep it on for between 30 and 40 minutes. During this time you will typically sweat beneath the sheet. This is of benefit as it will further help to reduce the appearance of cellulite in the area. Sweating will also cause the skin to detox at a surface level which is ideal when wishing to minimize the appearance of cellulite.
Body wraps are often incorporated into salon treatments. However, with the amazing range of at-home products available nowadays, you can battle cellulite using a wrap treatment without going to a salon. If you get a wrap done at a salon, it will often take the form of a full body wrap.
When you do a wrap at home, you will be able to target specific areas and for example, only do an arm wrap if that is what you feel you need.