49C BENEXERE SINGLE-USE WRAP BANDAGES MOISTENED WITH A SOFT THERMOGENIC EFFECT GEL 250ML View larger

49C BANDAJ HOT

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Single-use wrap bandages moistened with a soft thermogenic gel with Iodine compound and Methyl nicotinate and Extracts of Capsicum, Thyme and Horse-chestnut.

250ml in a sachet.

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119,04 lei

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Weight 250 ml

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  • Action: the thermogenic and stimulating substances activate surface microcirculation and are particularly suitable for combating blemishes caused by cellulite and/or localised fat deposits, used alongside slimming treatments. The 49c thermogenic gel bandages also contain an iodine compound which, enhancing the effects of the active ingredients, makes the product more suitable for treatments against imperfections caused by cellulite and fat deposits, creating a draining effect. Methyl nicotinate compound: a thermo-active product to improve circulation: this results in effective activation of skin microcirculation, along with a pleasant and lasting hot-cold sensory effect. Extract of Capsicum: brings circulation back to the ace and reactivates skin microcirculation. Extract of Thyme: purifying, antimicrobial, deodorising and stimulating properties for capillary circulation, predominantly due to the timolol content. Extract of Horse-chestnut: blood vessel-protecting and tringent activity in the treatment of irritated skin and for the prevention of blemishes due to cellulite.
  • How to use: apply from the ankle/foot to the inner thigh, abdomen, then wrap in a sheet of high-density polyethylene and leave for 30 minutes. Finally, sponge down the treated areas. Note, contains nicotinic acid esters; avoid contact with the eyes or mucous membranes. Do not apply to fragile skin.
  • With applicator: the 49c thermogenic gel bandages are also suitable for combining with treatments such as: press-massage; ultrasound; heat therapy.
  • When to use: in-salon, twice weekly as part of a slimming/reduction treatment package at home, once weekly for maintenance, twice weekly for intensive treatment.