Body lotion

The word lotion is derived from the Latin word for washing, so the lotion actually serves for hygiene and beautification of the human body.

The lotion can be applied daily and is used almost mandatorily in the non-invasive body treatments that help to keep our bodies healthy and beautiful.

Types of body treatments

Like the face, your body also deserves some care. There are many types of treatment depending on what you want to take care of or improve. Some of the body treatment programs are: 

  • Reducers: they serve to reduce the volume and the centimeters in the whole body in a localized way, especially in the abdomen, hips and thighs.
  • Firming: serves to>strong> tonify, providing elasticity and firmness. It combines massage with appliances.
  • Anti-cellulite: They reduce cellulite in a localized way by using massages, appliances and techniques.
  • Wooden instruments of various sizes are used to massage the body and its main application is body shaping.
  • Cavitation: dissolves fat or fat tissue by applying low frequency waves. Once the fat is dissolved it is eliminated through the lymphatic system or urine.
  • Radio frequency: anti-cellulite and anti-flaccidity treatment that works with low intensity electricity generating heat.
  • Mesotherapy: applies injections of products that help detoxification through lymphatic drainage.
  • Pressotherapy: it is used to eliminate toxins, intestinal contents and fat.
  • Lymphatic drainage: it applies to the body massages and rollers that activate the lymphatic system and help drain toxins from the body.
  • Laser (non-invasive): From a specific frequency, the fat cell is stimulated by laser to release its contents and drain easily.

How to take care of dry skin

The first step is to drink a lot of water, 8 glasses a day are recommended. You can also use sunscreen daily and avoid exposure to direct sun and wind.

Applying specific products for this skin type twice a day, in the morning and at night. If it is the face, apply weekly natural masks of honey, olive oil or yogurt. For make-up we recommend fluid bases.

Consuming foods such as fish, milk, green leafy vegetables, whole grains and vegetable oils, carrots, oranges, apples, beets and lemons.

The importance of hydration

The skin is smooth, soft and shiny, and is the product of adequate hydration. When we get older, the sebaceous glands decrease their activity and we must help them by increasing the consumption of water daily and using moisturizing creams frequently, helping to slow down the aging process.