Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Detoxing your body with a full Body Wrap plus loose inches....Guaranteed!


Not only you detox those nasty toxins in your body but you loose inches instantly in one hour and keep it off for 30 day. Inches will not come back as long as you keep eating healthy and exercising. You will feel better especially those who stopped smoking (congrats) take that old nicotine out of your body. Feel great! What I am talking about is a spa full Body Wrap. It is an all-natural way to enhance and moisturize your skin, decrease excess water from your body, or just provide a rejuvenating treatment for yourself, a body wrap can do wonders for your appearance.

Body wraps are designed to improve the texture and appearance of skin by removing excess fluid and toxins from the body. This method also firms loose skin and treats the unsightly appearance of cellulite. In addition, body wraps offer a variety of benefits that include detoxification, contouring, skin softening, and giving a boost to the lymphatic system and metabolism. People who have enjoyed a body wrap treatment may have also noticed another benefit: losing a few inches around the waistline and all over.

How are body wraps performed?

For those who are new to body wraps, it's a straightforward, as well as an indulgent treatment. Typically, the person receiving the body wrap has her torso, legs, arms, and neck wrapped with special cloths which have been soaked in a special mixture of ingredients. Oils, sea salts, and other mineral essential, natural ingredients are used during the wrap to provide the body with an overall exfoliating scrub. These ingredients help to improve the texture and appearance of the skin, while also cleansing the body through the process of detoxification. Body wraps are safe as they use only natural ingredients.

In preparation for the treatment, the cloths are wrapped snugly around the body, creating a kind of thermal blanket that promotes sweating and aids in the emptying of unnecessary interstitial fluid, or the fluid located between the small spaces of body tissues. Results sometimes may be realized immediately.

While bundled snuggly, the client lies peacefully as the body wrap begins to do its work. A warm sensation may be felt as the body begins to sweat out excess fluids and toxins. It's believed that this process is what actually allows a few inches to be melted off. Toxins and interstitial fluids eventually re-accumulate, so regular body wraps may provide better long-term benefits.

Once the cloths are removed, a soak in a mud bath or other body treatment may follow. Most spas offer a variety of body wraps to cater to skin type and the body's needs so body wraps may be customized as the client desires. Body wraps will vary depending on the spa where the treatment is performed and what services are included with the body wrap.

Benefits of a body wrap:

* Body scrubs use salts and other natural ingredients to exfoliate and detoxify the skin.

* Body wraps use detoxifying organic materials such as mud or aloe vera to draw toxins from the body and soften skin.

* Most body scrubs use a blend of oils with fine and coarse grains, and are followed with the application of emollient lotions to further soften skin.

* Skin will feel soft and fine lines will lessen after just one treatment.

* Such deeply relaxing treatments are shown to decrease stress, thereby lowering blood pressure.

* Since the skin is our largest organ, detoxification can have profound effects on our health and sense of well-being.

* Body wraps help to tone skin and rid the body of unwanted inches.

Body wraps typically cost between $100 and $500 (depending on your location) at most day spas. Body wraps are often performed as part of a larger body treatment that may include aromatherapy, mud baths, hot tubs, and saunas. Day spa body wraps can be less expensive when performed in conjunction with other body treatments or day spa therapies that may include facials, massages, or waxing.

I charge $200 for an hour, I recommend a massage before if you want. Ask for me and you will love the experience.

Monday, June 6, 2011

How to feed your hair!

How do you feed your hair? Hair is fed by what you put in your body. You eat good food, your hair will show it. You smoke? Your hair will also show it. Here I put together some vitamins that you can purchase at any local store to help any vitamis you lack. Check it out and tell me what you think.


Vitamin C

Vitamin C prevents hair loss because it acts as an anti-oxidant. The suggested dose is 500 to 1000 mg taken twice daily. Fruits and vegetables contain vitamin C, especially citrus fruits such as lemons, limes, grapefruit and oranges.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Omega 3 fatty acids are a healthy form of oil found in fish, especially salmon and sardines. The recommended dose is one tablespoon of fish oil a day to prevent hair loss. Those taking aspirin and other blood thinning drugs should consult with a doctor before taking fish oils, because they can increase the tendency for bleeding.


Lysine is an amino acid and one of the building blocks of protein. Because hair is made of protein, adding lysine to the diet helps prevent hair loss. The suggested dosage is 500 to 1000 mg daily. Lysine is found in meat and eggs.

B vitamins

B vitamins reduce the stress that can cause hair loss. The best way to take B vitamins is in a complex where all of the B vitamins are combined. B vitamins are found in brewer`s yeast and in red meat.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is actually a hormone and because hair loss can be connected to hormones, adding vitamin D to the diet grows hair. Vitamin D can be synthesized on the skin after it is exposed to sunlight, but taking additional vitamin D helps prevent a deficiency. The recommended daily dose of vitamin D has been 400 IU per day but research now suggests that daily intake as high as 4000 IU is beneficial.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A stimulates the hair follicle where hair growth begins. Carrots are a good source of vitamin A, as are other dark green and red vegetables.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is important for the circulation in the body and has been shown to grow blood vessels, which increases circulation. The increased circulation improves the body`s ability to make new hair. The recommended daily dose of vitamin E is 400 IU. Capsules of vitamin E can also be applied to the hair and scalp as a hair tonic for dry hair. Topical application also directly stimulates the capillaries on the scalp and helps prevent hair loss.