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Commonly asked Questions about Detoxifying Treatments

What is a Detoxifying Treatment? What does it do?

The detoxifying treatment program we use aids in the removal of wastes that have become trapped in vulnerable areas of our muscles. The contour creme contains herbal formulas which help to soften the waste and to stimulate circulation so that the wastes can be flushed out through normal body elimination.

What is Cellulite?

Cellulite is described as a condition believed to be uneven deposits of fat, water, and wastes trapped in connective tissues of the body. Cellulite occurs primarily in the hips, knees, upper thighs, abdomen, and upper arms. Studies of cellulite found the biggest contributor toward a cellulite condition was poor blood circulation.

Are the 4 to 14 inches I lose permanent?

The Detoxifying Treatment creme consists of formulas that help to reverse the cellulite formation cycle by helping to stimulate the body’s own natural lymph elimination functions. The program is designed to help rid the body of toxic waste. Purification and elimination are its primary goals, not weight loss. The inches you lose during each detoxifying treatment are permanent inches lost. The inches are the trapped toxins and waste materials being eliminated from the muscles. The inches can only return if there is a weight gain or you continue in a cellulite building lifestyle. During the process and even after the treatment an individual may find it helpful not only to decrease calorie intake but to ingest food that is easily digested. They should consume plenty of water to aid in flushing their systems and carrying wastes out. Food which is heavy and rich tends to overload the liver and make digestion difficult and should be avoided.

How often can I safely have a treatment?

You can safely do two treatment a week, allowing 3 to 5 days between treatments for proper elimination of waste products that have been broken down by the contour formulas.

How long does a treatment take?

The treatment takes about and hour to an hour and a half.