The FIT body wrap emits infrared heat having a wavelength of 5-15 microns which is the same wavelength as emitted by the sun and human body. The infrared rays penetrate the skin cells deep up to 1.5” and warms the body without warming the air around the person taking the therapy.
The infrared rays emitted from a FIT body wrap is equivalent to its natural alternative, making it a safe option for use, but you need to follow a few necessary criterions before taking a therapy session.
Infrared therapy used in the FIT body wrap is proven to have a variety of therapeutic effects. FIT body wraps are used to help the body get rid of excess fluids and toxins, improving the texture and appearance of the skin. Detoxification, body contouring, temporary inch loss, skin tightening, lymphatic system and metabolism stimulation, and skin softening are all possible benefits of body wrap treatments.
However, body wraps cause you to sweat a lot, and it is crucial to drink lots of water before, during, and after your treatment. Also, pregnant women and women who are trying to get pregnant should not go for the FIT body wrap programme.
Also, we suggest you go through the list of contraindications, and if you have any of the issues mentioned in that list or any other medical conditions, you must consult your doctor before taking a FIT body wrap session.