The cold anti-cellulite complex promotes narrowing of capillaries and vessels, normalizes blood circulation, activates detoxification, relieves edema, improves the outflow of lymphatic fluid (lymphatic drainage effect), improves skin tone and promotes the burning of subcutaneous fat. Cold complex is recommended as a targeted procedure, i.e. Please apply it on a certain “problem" area of the body. Suitable for varicose veins.
How to use
Apply the scrub on a moisturized body, preferably after bathing or showering, when the skin is slightly steamed. Massage the area in a circular motion, paying special attention to problematic areas. Then, rinse the scrub residue with warm water and soak the skin with a towel.
Apply the wrap on cleansed, wet skin, preferably after a scrub. Cover the problem areas of the body with a uniform, thick layer and wrap tightly with food film - be careful not to make it too tight - and leave on 30-50 minutes. Then, remove the remains of the wrap with a dry cloth and rinse gently with cool water.
- individual intolerance to separate components of the product;
- pregnancy or breast feeding;
- varicose veins;
- cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure;
- oncological diseases;
- not to use if you have swellings, skin damage or chronic illnesses at a time of worsening.
Warning! When using the wrap, redness and burning sensations may occur on the skin. Any such reactions disappear within about 40 minutes after washing off. This effect is due to highly effective active substances that are perfectly safe. We recommend testing the wrap on a small area of skin for 5-50 minutes before applying it to the entire surface of the ""problem areas"", and gradually increase the procedure time from 10 to 50 minutes. If the above recommendations are not followed, an allergic reaction may occur in very rare cases. With highly sensitive skin, as well as if there are any contraindications, please try other equally effective anti-cellulite products by Letique, such as, ""Cold wrap with kelp and mint"", for instance."