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Ice Clay Therapy Body Sculpting

Ice Therapy has been historically used to treat injuries, reduce inflammation, pain and swelling. But in recent years, ice and cold therapy have grown in popularity due to its amazing benefits it has on the skin and the underlying adipose tissue. So, it’s now very common within beauty treatments now from skin care to fat loss so ice therapy is embedded within the wood therapy treatment for more optimal results.

Benefits of Ice Therapy

  • Reduces inflammation

  • Brightens complexion

  • Stimulates blood circulation

  • Activates the lymphatic system

  • Detoxes the body

  • Tightens and shrinks pores

  • Contour & lifts the skin

  • Improves serum absorption

  • Reduces cellulite

  • Breaks down stubborn adipose tissue

Clay Ice is specifically designed clay that can be frozen to further enhance results,

these clays detoxify the skin and draw impurities and toxins out of the body

which tone and tighten the skin further.

Benefits of Clay Ice

  • Hydrates the skin

  • Exfoliates and removes dead skin cell build

  • Improves skin firmness/elasticity

  • Improves skin texture

  • Reduces pigmentation and scarring

The number 1 benefit of all these therapies is that they are non-surgical and non-evasive treatments. So amazing for anyone looking to kick start their summer bodies, leading up to a wedding, for anti-aging or just to help regain some body confidence! It is the perfect following on treatment following cosmetic surgery after completing a course of manual lymphatic drainage massage to help maintain your desired results.

Courtney will use a combination of all these therapies and MLD massage to put an individual treatment plan together for all her clients to ensure enhanced results.

It is advised between 6 – 12 sessions to really have a prolonged and enhanced outcome. Treatment times vary depending on the number or areas – a maximum of 20minutes per area for wood therapy, 10/15 minutes of ice/clay therapy.

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