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07-31-2012 09:32 AM
tbourquin

I am wearing mine right now!  I do love and yes there is ongoing maintenance with them but there is that with no matter what diet type thing you do.  I had liposuction and it worst mistake ever!!

05-26-2010 01:02 PM
diamond lil I did body wraps followed with exfoliation and massage to look good in a certain dress for a special evening. It worked. I did look good in the dress. it drastically helped cellulite, little bulges, and overall, I looked "polished." But as the previous poster commented, it did not last. I was back to my old self in a week.
05-19-2010 01:10 PM
walker67 It is water weight. My friend did a series of them and it was mostly all water weight. She eats good and exercises regularly, but the results did not last. So sad because it was very expensive. But, on the bright side it is a good detox and a relaxing getaway for mama.
05-18-2010 02:23 PM
tri31 No personal experience here, but from what I understand it would be water weight, that was lost. Makes sense, interesting. Is it just a spa thing?
05-18-2010 02:10 AM
WorldsBestMom Does doing a Body Wrap helps one to lose a few weight or inches? I have never tried it but I am kind of curious.

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