Hi all you beauties. I have been doing some research on detox wraps, and what is suitable for use at home and I have been trying out a few. I am not in the market to loose weight because I am happy with the size I am but I was happy to find something which reduced bloating for a few days. Perfect if you want to fit in to a dress for a party this season and have a flat stomach without too much effort.
Welcome Arbonne Seasource Spa detox wrap. Perfect. To be honest I wasn't sure how this would work but I had heard and seen pictures of great results. So off I went to see..
This is pretty easy to do and takes about an hour including preparation and leave on time. Bearing in mind you are not too messy so can safely sit in your dressing gown watch tv or read a book while it works it's magic.
What you need
1. Arbonne Seasource Detox Spa purifying Sea Soak
2. Arbonne Seasource Detox Spa Renewing Body Gelée
3. Arbonne Seasource Detox Spa foaming Sea Salt Scrub
5. Cling film
The first thing you need to do is put on some shorts or comfy trousers and a sports top or bra. Pop in a 1/3 sachet of the Arbonne Purifying Sea Soak to 4 cups warm water in to a bowl or the sink. Place the bandages in solution to soak. While this is soaking use the Arbonne foaming Sea Salt body scrub on the areas you are targeting so around your waist, hips, back and wash off. Next generously apply the Arbonne Body Gelée to the same areas. Rinse out the bandages and wrap snugly around the area. Secure with a safety pin or if your bandages have clips great. The last step is to wrap yourself up snugly with the cling film. Don't make it too tight so that you are uncomfortable but tightly enough that it feels like support pants. Leave for 45 minutes then remove. Bobs your uncle hello flat tummy!
I lost an inch from the top part of my stomach and an inch from around my hips and belly which was great. I was so happy with the results so wanted to share it with you all.
Arbonne products are free from parabens, Gluten, animal products or by products, they are Vegan approved and cruelty free.
It works out at £5 per wrap which I think is very reasonable.