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slimming body wrap
thank you simplyslendernow.com for the pic (no thx to my broken camera><)


Natural Clay: Choose 2 cups of clay suitable for your skin type.
Dead Sea- Mineral and nutrient enriched for detoxification

Green Clay- Detoxifies, oily skin, stimulates circulation

Moroccan Red - Exfoliates, stimulates circulation

Fullers Earth -Oily skin, exfoliates and stimulates

circulation Red Clay -Stimulated circulation, removes dry skin cells Rose

Clay -Exfoliates, stimulates circulation

Salt: Choose 1 cup of salt

Epsom Salts -Relaxes the nervous system eases pain and removes toxins

Sea Salt- Draws toxins from the body

Dead Sea Salt -Skin tonic, detoxifying, nutrient enriched

Herbs: 1 cup in total .Try to add at least 2 different herbs
(If the herbs are not already powdered then puree them in a blender.)

Aloe Vera -Soothes and Heals

Neem Leaves -Anti bacterial, anti fungal

Rose Petal Powder -Stimulates Circulation

Alfalfa Leaf powder -Relives muscle and joint pain, fatigue

Calendula powder- Heals broken skin

Chamomile Powder -Anti inflammatory, Calming

Stinging Nettles Powder- Deep cleanser, soothes irritated skin

Parsley Powder- Detoxifying, soothing

Peppermint Leaf- Stimulation, soothing, stomach upset

Rosehip Powder- Vitamin c, nutrients

St Johns Wart Powder- Healing nutrient

Kelp Powder: 1 cup
To detoxify the body and add vital nutrients that help reduce cellulite and increase circulation

Moisture Agents: Replace the water you will bring to the boil with any of these wetting agents E.g. Add 1 cup of milk, then remove 1 cup of water from the 1.8 liters of spring water.
You can substitute any of these moisture agents for the water. Try and choose 3 different ones to benefit different areas

Apple Cider Vinegar -Helps to heal bruises, soothes irritated skin

Glycerin - Deep skin Moisturizer

Chamomile- Promotes relaxation and detoxifies

Witch Hazel- Skin toner and cleanser

Goats Milk- Balances Ph levels in skin and exfoliates skin cells whilst moisturizing

Whole Cream Milk- Relieves dry and itchy skin and full of nutrients

Fruit Juice -Full of vitamins

Yogurt- Soothes dry and irritated skin

Lemon Juice- detoxifies and cleanses skin cells These essential oils are used to combat cellulite and detoxify the body

Essential Oils- 18mls in total combined oils Or 1% of mix

Lavender Essential Oil -Headaches, stress, insomnia, minor burns, skin rashes, lowers blood pressure. Calmative. Basil Essential Oil- Anti bacterial, headaches, mental alertness, fatigue, stress, Period pains(Blends well with lemon and fennel).

Lemon Essential Oil- Cellulite, oily skin, anti bacterial, asthma and other respiratory complaints.

Patchouli Essential Oil -Tightens pores, combats wrinkles, Mobilizes cellulite, stress reliever, insomnia, relaxant, acne, eczema, psoriasis, sores and minor burns (Blends well with lavender and sandalwood).

Sandalwood Essential Oil- Calms the mind and spirit, oily skin, soothes irritated skin, and is an aphrodisiac for men. (Blends well with lavender and sandalwood).

Spearmint Essential Oil- Soothes the skin, calmative, and settles upset tummies.

Lemon Grass Essential Oil- Skin toner, oily skin, fatigue, muscle aches and gastric infections- (Blends well with tea tree and lavender).

Tea Tree Essential Oil- Anti- fungal, acne, skin toner. (Blends well with spearmint, sandalwood, lavender, and eucalyptus).

Juniper Berry Essential Oil -Cellulite, uplifting (Blends well with lavender, patchouli and sandalwood).

Fennel Essential Oil - Diuretic, circulation. Cleansing oil, indigestion and gas. (Blends well with lavender, lemon, basil and sandalwood).

Cypress Essential Oil- Diuretic, varicose veins, circulation, coughs and colds. (Blends well with lavender , sandalwood and patchouli)

Natural Additives: 2 tablespoons of any:

Aloe Vera Gel -moisturizer Rice Bran Powder Fine- Prevents wrinkles, exfoliates skin, absorbs excess oil and dirt

Honey Powder- Skin cleaners, softener, absorbs dry skin.

Coconut Milk Powder- Skin softener, full of nutrients

Moisturizing Oils- 2 tablespoons in total only.

Almond Oil -mature skin, sensitive or dry skin

Aloe Vera Oil - anti ageing, skin irritations, cuts and minor burns

Palm Oil - Moisturizing oil

Apricot Kernel Oil- Skin irritations, dry inflamed skin. Absorbs quickly.

Refined Emu Oil- repairs damaged and wrinkled skin, muscle and joint pain, repairs scar tissue.

Shea Oil - retains skins elasticity, moisturizes dry cracked skin

Sesame Oil- moisturizing, retains skins elasticity

Sunflower Oil- moisturizes, regenerate and condition skin

Soybean Oil- moisturizing oil filled with vitamin E

Evening primrose Oil- eczema, nourishes dry skin

Flaxseed Oil - eczema, psoriasis, acne and aging skin

Olive Oil- regenerate new skin cells, draws moisture to external skin cells

Macadamia Oil- Penetrates the skin quickly, anti oxidant

Rapeseed Oil -strengths skin tissue full of vitamins and minerals

Posted by Krissii Babii from Moundsville, West Virginia, United States • Published See Krissii Babii's 19 projects »
  • Step 1

    Body Preparation:
    Several days before the Wrap, ensure you have started detoxing your insides by drinking 2 liters of water each day and eating a healthy diet. Exfoliate your skin using an exfoliating mitt and avoid shaving or waxing for a few days. Before applying the wrap take a warm shower to open your pores up to allow a quick absorption of the minerals.

  • Step 2

    Select an area that is quiet, peaceful and warm. You may need to heat this area
    For a full spa treatment, set the mood with relaxing music and some candles.

  • Step 3

    Making some cloth wraps:
    You can use medical bandages or a cotton sheet that has been cut into strips to wrap your body in. Make sure that these are small enough to handle and roll them up ready to use. The main object of these bandages is to allow the fat cells to collapse under the compression of the bandages or wraps.

  • Step 4

    Preparing your ingredients:
    Select your ingredients from the list provided above based on what you can obtain easily and also what you feel your body needs to detoxify. You can make it as intense or as simple as your like. Once you have them ready boil 1.8lts of water in a large stainless steel stockpot. Once it has reached boiling point remove it from the heat and add all your selected ingredients and allow it to cool down for 10 minutes. This mix is now ready to use.

  • Step 5

    Application process:
    Dip your bandages or cloth wraps into the mix one by one making sure your mud mix stays warm, you may need to re-heat it if it cools too quickly. Thoroughly soak each bandage into the mix then wrap it around your body starting from your ankles and working your way up. If you are getting help with this by all means wear underwear, it wonýt make much difference to the outcome. It is however important to stay warm, so if your room is too chilled wrap yourself in a washable blanket lay back and relax for at least 60 minutes.

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raerae18 · Brasher Falls-Winthrop, New York, US
This is great I can't wait to try it!
Krissii Babii
Krissii Babii · Moundsville, West Virginia, US · 20 projects
No weight loss is permaniant. also you only need as many ingrediants as you want/can get.
denisse m.
denisse m. · Sabinas, Coahuila de Zaragoza, MX
and do i need to buy all those ingredients or how many do i choose?which ones do you use could you please tell me Happy
denisse m.
denisse m. · Sabinas, Coahuila de Zaragoza, MX
is the lost weight permant? can you do this often or how does this work??
Fallon C.
Fallon C.
I don't really understand what they mean by replacing water with moisturizing agents...is that optional?
Arty Kitkat
Arty Kitkat · St Albans, England, GB · 61 projects
This is a great how to. I don't know if I'd get round to trying it as it looks a bit messy and takes some planning. I'll add it to my list for next time my boyfriends away Happy
rsky · Henderson, Nevada, US · 7 projects
a lot of this stuff you can get at any health food store, esp. the clay and essential oils.
mew · Division No. 18, Unorganized, Saskatchewan, CA · 2 projects
just wondering..
where do you get most of the clay, salt etc. ingredients from?
PB · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 2 projects
Wow, does that really work? and if it does is it dangerous to do this too often?
featureandform · Whitley Bay, England, GB · 2 projects
thanks for the advice on the essential oils and stuff- ive been wondering which ones do what for a while now.
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