Certainly, when you think about losing weight, you also think about sweat, physical activities, diet, and many other things, right?
But, did you know that ice can help you lose weight? Have you ever heard about it?
Ice therapy is the application of ice in certain areas of the body, that are flaccid or that have localized fat.
Now, you must be asking yourself: what are the benefits of this treatment?
Ice therapy is known for helping the body detox, fighting cellulite, improving circulation, reducing sizes, and firming the treated area, acting as a natural lift on skin. Amazing, isn’t it?
Ice therapy first appeared in Mexico, at the beginning of the 2000s, and is kind of a massage that, when accompanied by exercises and healthy eating habits, can have its effects noticed from the first application.
The results are almost immediate, because ice, when applied with medicinal plants, increases the absorption of fat and stimulates the production of new cells.
There are many different ways of using ice on the skin to get its benefits. You can use a thermal bag or gel, made specifically for some parts of the body, such as the eyes or abdomen.
Besides using this therapy to lose weight, you can also use it on swollen eyes, to reduce wrinkles, to lessen open pores, reduce acne, or even to make your skin softer.
You are probably asking yourself:
What is an ice therapy session like?
That’s what we are going to explain to you right now, right in your home!
See how easy it is? Ice therapy is recommended to anyone who wants to firm some body parts and lose weight.
Because it is less invasive than any other technique, ice therapy doesn’t have any contraindications and can be done even by people who just gave birth.
Try it if you want to shape or firm your body. Do it and share your opinions with us.
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