No Need for Cosmetic Surgery with New Approach to Deep-clean Complexions with "The Face Wrap"

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After trying steam, masques, peels, abrasive cleaners, massages, and a full battery of creams, oils and lotions on your face the skin still appears dull, irritated, puffed, or saggy - the creator of a new complexion care product suggests that it may be time to draw out the impurities with a new approach to facial care called "The Face Wrap". (http://www.thefacewrap.com)

After trying steam, masques, peels, abrasive cleaners, massages, and a full battery of creams, oils and lotions on your face - the skin still appears dull, irritated, puffed, or saggy - the creator of a new complexion care product suggests that it may be time to draw out the impurities with a new approach to facial care called "The Face Wrap". (http://www.thefacewrap.com)

"The Face Wrap extracts impurities which have accumulated not inside the skin cells, but in the skin's interstitial fluid - the fluid that surrounds, bathes, protects, and nourishes the skin cells," says The Face Wrap's creator, Vicki Southard.

Southard says when the interstitial fluids become too polluted, the skin cells can become irritated. Too many impurities floating in the interstitial fluids can result in unexplained facial puffiness, redness, dryness, hard patches, and other complexion issues that age the skin.
"If your face looks bloated or your features seem puffy, it's can be because the body is flooding that area with an excess of interstitial fluid in an attempt to dilute the impurities and keep the impurities from harming the cells in that region," says Southard.

Where do the impurities come from? In addition to residues from creams and cosmetics, environmental sources like polluted air and drinking water and preservative laden foods. Southard says, "toxic molecules in the interstitial fluids come from the activity of the skin cells themselves.

"Cells excrete waste products, get sick, and decompose," says Southard. "That activity can sometimes overwhelm and pollute the interstitial fluid, rendering it unable to bring nutrition, oxygen and other vital substances to the tissues."

Luckily, Southard says it's relatively easy to purify the skin's interstitial fluid, leaving it clean and able to nourish and protect the cells as intended.

When we remove the impurities with The Face Wrap, the appearance of dull, irritated, puffed, or saggy skin subsides and the skin feels smoother and soft to the touch.

Southard says a simple reaction occurs when the face is swathed in the mineral soaked face wrapping bandages. "The tissues release their impurities while they take in the many dozens of natural minerals used in our mineral solution. Typically, the face is rejuvenated and appears to look thinner and more sculpted in just a few treatments."

The Face Wrap is available as a reusable do-it-yourself home kit and can be purchased in salons or online at http://www.thefacewrap.com. The cost: $129.00 for 2-4 month's-worth of applications.

"For most dramatic results, we recommend The Face Wrap be used 3-4 times the first two weeks and weekly for about 6 weeks. Each treatment is 60 minutes," says Southard.

Southard promises your face will feel cleaner and smoother after the very first application and offers a 30 day money-back guarantee.
For more information, contact The Face Wrap at 727-447-6065. info @ thefacewrap.com.

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