|Phase||Ingredients for one application||Quantity|
|A||beige clay||45 gr|
|A||spirulina powder||10 gr|
|A||Bladderwrack Fucus powder||25 gr|
|B||flat mineral water||~ 140 gr|
|C||grapefruit essential oil||4 gr|
|C||black pepper essential oil||1 gr (~ 33 drops)|
Transfer the powders to a large bowl and mix slowly, thoroughly.
Over the powder mix add the amount of water specified in the recipe and let it be absorbed by the powders, without mixing, so you can get a paste without too many lumps.
Start mixing, add the essential oils from phase C, mix well, and if the paste is too soft or too hard, it can be adjusted with a little clay or water as appropriate. The density of the powders can slightly vary depending on the batch. The paste must be soft enough to be easily spread on the skin, strong enough to not be runny.
The composition thus prepared is freshly applied on the affected areas (abdomen, thighs) with a spatula. The skin will be covered with plastic wrap and in about 30 minutes it will be rinsed with lukewarm water.
Body wrapping can be done once or twice a week for 4-6 weeks in an intensive or occasional treatment, according to preference.
Note: not indicated during pregnancy and lactation; the skin will not be exposed to the sun on the day of application.
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