Much like teaching your dog basic trigonometry, losing weight requires an incredible amount of time and patience. Unfortunately, in a world where minutes move faster than a cheetah on stimulants – few people have the time let alone the patience to work towards a teeny-weeny waistline. Blow off that extra blubber without lifting a limb with 1 month of electrotherapy slimming and infrared therapy for R349 at MN Beauty Spa.
Situated in serene Fichardtpark, MN Beauty Spa presents a professional yet homely ambience, and welcomes any and all to experience their world-class treatments. With years of experience in the industry, their highly-qualified and friendly staff encourage you to indulge yourself and let them pamper and take care of you.
‘Exercise’ and ‘relaxing’ aren’t usually found in the same sentence; except for this one that is. Electrotherapy slimming is an innovative and completely non-invasive alternative to exercise, giving you the opportunity to lie back and relax while the muscle stimulating machine does all the work. Using pads placed over specific parts of the body, Electrotherapy sends deep penetrating impulses to the muscles that cause them to contract and relax –mimicking the natural muscle movements felt during exercise. By speeding up the conversion of calories into heat and breaking down the fat into energy, the 30-minute treatment is effective in reducing fluid retention, detoxing the body and providing you with measurable weight-loss results.
While Electrotherapy Slimming can burn your blubber faster than firewood, there’s still that niggling nemesis that plagues female-kind – cellulite. This is where the Infrared Therapy comes in; with the ability to improve blood circulation, increase metabolism, lymph drainage and detoxing, this treatment eliminates cellulite with more precision than a sense-heightened super-sniper.
Banish the bulge to the metaphorical Bermuda Triangle and boast a slimmer bod with these two amazing treatments.
Cellulite central: Before the cause of cellulite was made public, the superstitious villagers of Salem believed it to be a sign that the person had been bitten by an evil forest gnome.