5 DIY Body Wraps That Really Work
5 Amazing Homemade Body Wraps
Body wraps are great for many reasons. They can help you lose weight, drive away cellulite, detox your body, nourish your skin, and increase your metabolic rate. The only problem is that some higher-end body wraps can get pretty expensive.
Luckily, there’s a simple solution. If you can’t afford to try those expensive body wraps, you can always make your own instead. These 5 DIY body wraps will provide all of the same benefits as the expensive salon ones, but these can be done all from the comfort of your own home!
1. The Epsom Salts Detox Body Wrap
Detoxing your body is always a great idea. A homemade body wrap detox can help your body get rid of the excess waste that is stored in the fat cells.
Check out Every Home Remedy for an awesome detoxifying body wrap! On the same page, you’ll also find other homemade body wraps to help with cellulite, weight loss, circulation, and muscle pain!
2. Body Wrap Slimming Gel
This body wrap slimming gel recipe from eHow is another great recipe for detoxifying and slimming your body, as well as nourishing and moisturizing your skin. It’s only got 4 ingredients so it won’t take you long to whip up a batch.
3. Slimming Clay Body Wrap
Here is another nourishing homemade body wrap from eHow, but this time made with clay and some other different ingredients. This body wrap uses natural ingredients to help you lose inches and also toxins from your body.
4. Oriental Papaya Homemade Body Wrap
This is a really fun and super rejuvenating homemade body wrap from Savvy Homemade. This one is really easy to make because you only need one ingredient, papaya! Papaya contains enzymes that will naturally soften and exfoliate your skin leaving it cleansed and smooth.
5. Simple Homemade Body Wrap
If you are looking for a simple and quick homemade body wrap to help you lose weight, try this one from Freebie Finding Mom. This is the simplest you can get for a body wrap, and it still has great benefits. All you need is lotion, plastic wrap, and a bandage wrap!
Enjoy These DIY Body Wraps!
With this post, you now have your own catalog of homemade body wraps that will all give you various health benefits. No longer will you have to spend a bunch of money at the salon to get the same treatment!
Now we’d love to hear from you: Have you tried a body wrap before? What has been your favorite? What tips do you have to make it work best? Let me know, and let me know which DIY body wrap from above you are going to try!
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Hi, what do you do with the sports bandage?
I use it to hold everything in tight! So after I make the wrap, apply, and add the saran wrap… I add the sports bandage to the top of it!
Hi I heard Sean wrap against the skin isn’t good, as the plastic gets absorbed into your body.
Can I wrap with bandaids first, and then dream wrap over top?
You aren’t leaving the seran wrap on long and there is a barrier between your skin and the wrap. I have been doing This off and on for a few years with good results.
You want to wrap with band aids first? That would be quite expensive and tedious. And ouch pulling them off.
The seran wrap helps the slimming cream or other products absorb or melt into your skin, such is the intention.
I think if you are going to use something before the seran wrap you will lose the benefit intended and probably shouldn’t waste your time using it at all.
I think maybe a waist trimmer/waist trainer, made of neoprene for example, may be beneficial . I usually put a waist trainer over my seran wrap but to keep it in place. You would have to wash and dry it every time. That may be a useful alternative.
How long do you leave the wraps on? I am really interested in trying wraps from home.