Body peeling ; Body scrubs are a great way to keep your skin healthy and beautiful through exfoliation. No matter which way you go, most body scrubs have these three ingredients:
An exfoliant. This is the abrasive material like salt, sugar….
Oil. This holds the mixture together so you (or someone else) can apply it to your skin.
Fragrance. Ideally, the fragrance comes from high-quality essential oils, like the spearmint and rosemary in the Origins Salt Rub.
Lymphatic drainage is the natural function of the lymphatic system, which is an essential part of immunity. If this function isn’t working properly, it can cause a build-up of fluid in tissues as well as more serious medical problems like lymphagitis and lymphoma. Though most of the conditions caused by poor lymphatic drainage are treatable, some require prompt hospitalization and immediate medical care, since they can easily spread throughout the body. There is also a type of therapeutic massage called Lymphatic Drainage Therapy (LDT) to help this system work and to treat some of the conditions associated with the lymphatic system. Lymphatic drainage massage is a physiological way to treat swelling in the skin and subcutaneous lymph circulation and regeneration. Massage improves circulation of lymph, releases toxins and slags from the body, relieves swelling. As a result, the vessels begin to more effectively carry blood between the heart and organs, and regeneration processes in the body are accelerated.
Fits very well with the anti-cellulite treatments.
Stretch marks treated by intracel :
Stretch marks appear as linear streaks on the skin that has been overstretched, and they run perpendicular to maximum lines of tension in the skin. They begin as flat red lines, and over time they appear as slightly depressed white streaks. They tend to be present near the armpits, on the thighs, abdomen, chest, and groin. Their appearance is similar to changes seen in the surface of rubber balloons that have been overinflated.
There is some controversy over the precise mechanism by which striae occur. There seems to be damage to the elastic fibers of the dermis (the deeper layer of the skin) accompanied by inflammation which eventually results in scar-like changes. These changes appear to be induced by excessive physical stretching of the skin. There are a number of clinical situations which will predispose the skin to the formation of striae. These include rapid and excessive increase in body mass, the excessive use of topical or systemic glucocorticoid drugs (steroids), Cushing’s disease (overproduction of glucocorticoids by the adrenal gland), puberty, Marfan’s syndrome and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (two uncommon genetic diseases), excessively large breast implants, and pregnancy.