At Taime Out Massage Studios, we don’t see a need to separate beauty treatments from wellness treatments. Sudatonic body wrap treatments offer benefits for your health and appearance.
Sudatonic Treatment History
Sudatonic infrared body wraps originated in Paris in the 1990s by Dr. Yves Loones. The Sudatonic system was first introduced to American estheticians in 2002 at the International Esthetic and Spa conference in Las Vegas and quickly gained popularity for its health and esthetic benefits.
The Sudatonic Treatment Process
Sudatonic is an electric-heated body wrap treatment. You are in a specialized blankets that emits infrared rays, which have for years been used to achieve a number of health benefits, including:
- Boosts immune system
- Improved circulation
- Modulate sleep
- Decrease inflammation
Infrared body wraps are also very relaxing, promoting stress relief and a sense of calm and well-being.
Sudatonic treatment is done in 8-12 sessions. The number of sessions needed is determined by client goals and other factors like overall health, diet, and genetics.
Cosmetic Benefits Of Sudatonic Treatments
Sudatonic treatments are one of the best stress-relieving therapies available at Taime Out, but the benefits extend well beyond your state of mind. Sudatonic body wrap treatments can also:
- Help you slim down by promoting water retention release
- Increase core metabolic function—you can lose up to five pounds, 3 inches, and burn up to 4,000 calories in one session!
- Facilitate detoxification
- Reduce acne and hyperpigmentation
- Diminish stretch marks and cellulite
Because Sudatonic treatments can ramp up your body’s detoxification processes, it is important to stay hydrated after your treatment. Your therapist will provide written after-care instructions to help you feel your best and maximize your results.
Sudatonic Treatment Preparations And Contraindications
There are some contraindications for infrared body wraps, including hypertension (high blood pressure), gout, and some chronic health conditions, like cancer. Double check with your doctor to confirm you are a good candidate.