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How many of you use body treatments such as mud, herbal wraps or scrubs  on clients? or on yourself?  I have always believed in them and I LOVE them, also I handmake them.

How many of you handmake yours? or do you buy from a massage store?

 

We are having a SALE buy 1 get 1 FREE ! www.brisil.etsy.com Sale ends this Sunday 10/3/2010.

 

I am interested in knowing what you all think, because i have heard alot of spa stories as far as products and treatments go.

thanks!!

Silvana

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Silvana- I am not sure about scrubs but htere is a good body wrap that is a detoxifier-- based on vitamin B which dilates the blood vessles to allow blood to flow better and remove the toxins that can accumulate in adipose tissue (which is not well vascularized and attracts toxins- especially radiation and it needs all the help it can get in clearing.) The wrap is my Mlis company. http://www.mlis.com/
I work at a spa and we use a themed sugar scrub for each season (ie. pumpkin, gingerbread, mojito, etc.) We purchase our products from Bidwell Botanicals. I have never used a scrub from anywhere else so I don't really have anything to compare it to, but I love their products nonetheless.
Heather! thank you for the reply and the purchasing lead.... since i make my own i havent bought from anywhere else... but am always checking out new stuff :)!




Heather Robison said:
I work at a spa and we use a themed sugar scrub for each season (ie. pumpkin, gingerbread, mojito, etc.) We purchase our products from Bidwell Botanicals. I have never used a scrub from anywhere else so I don't really have anything to compare it to, but I love their products nonetheless.
I love making homemade products for use on myself and clients. I get a lot of my materials from www.snowdriftfarm.com
They also have a pretty good selection of essential oils and sometimes really good sales.
Thanks!
I just ordered lye for soap making from them. And some cedarwood EO... but i am not very impressed with the EO tho :( .... maybe its just that scent. hmm??? you like thier oils? i have heard nice things of them tho :)
thanks!




Lauren Talbot said:
I love making homemade products for use on myself and clients. I get a lot of my materials from www.snowdriftfarm.com
They also have a pretty good selection of essential oils and sometimes really good sales.
Hi Teena,

I'm just curious. What toxins in the body are you referring to? How do they get there? And how does your wrap remove them? Thanks



Teena Johnson said:
Silvana- I am not sure about scrubs but htere is a good body wrap that is a detoxifier-- based on vitamin B which dilates the blood vessles to allow blood to flow better and remove the toxins that can accumulate in adipose tissue (which is not well vascularized and attracts toxins- especially radiation and it needs all the help it can get in clearing.) The wrap is my Mlis company. http://www.mlis.com/

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