Sudatonic Body Wrap Review
What You Should Know
Sudatonic USA Offers the Sudatonic Slimming System that was developed in the late 1990s. This slimming treatment has been used successfully for 15 years in Europe and is now available worldwide. Sudatonic creams are made with sea weed and essential oils and the application is said to improve blood circulation, which in turn encourages fat mobilization, or the breakdown of fat into glycerol and fatty acids so that it can be used as an energy source by the body’s muscles.
The Sudatronic system is based on the use of different creams on different areas of the body. After the creams have been applied to the user, an infrared body wrap is then applied to increase the fat reduction and remove unwanted toxins from the body. The number and types of creams used is based on the body type of the user.
List of Ingredients
There are four different types of Sudatonic slimming creams and each cream has a different purpose to aid in the mobilization of fat. Some are applied all over the body while others are applied to target fat deposits in certain areas, such as the thighs and buttocks. The creams have been developed so that they have a pleasant fragrance and a non-greasy texture.
After the creams are applied, the user is then wrapped in a heating blanket. The blanket supplies infrared energy to heat the body up. Infrared rays penetrate the skin and provide a warmth that goes to the core of the body, which makes the body begin to sweat. The purpose of sweating is to help rid the body of toxins and assist in the use of fat that has been stored.
This in-spa treatment is performed by trained licensees who pay to have the right to perform the wraps. Body wrap technicians and spa owners recommend a complete wrap system for clients who use it to assist in weigh loss. To lose one dress size, ten treatments are recommended; with the first three wraps usually completed in a two week period. Costs vary slightly depending on the spa and location, but usually run around $150 per wrap.
- The creams are easy to apply, have a pleasant fragrance and are non-greasy.
- Some people see a difference after one treatment.
- Relaxing and warming.
- Must go to a spa for treatments.
- May need maintenance treatments to keep weight off.
- Can be quite costly as most people will need more than one treatment to reach their goal and each treatment costs about $150.
Sudatonic Slimming System employs the ancient wisdom of a good sweat, like sauna, sweat lodge, steamers, with the twenty first century spin of essential oils and infrared technology. Gone are the days of wearing a plastic suit to promote an intense sweat and welcome the days of a relaxing body wrap with pleasant creams to get rid of unwanted fat deposits.
While many users have noticed that their clothes feel looser after a treatment, results do vary. Also, there is a great deal of skepticism surrounding the ability of creams to actually break down fat through this process. There is some concern that the perceived results are due to the user wanting it to be true.