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How do the Skinny Wraps Works?

Updated on July 11, 2016

ItWorks has some of the best products on the market when it comes to health care and skin care. While many people are interested in some of the weight loss products available, there are also options that help your skin to look younger and shine, helps your nails and hair to grow, and so much more. One of the most popular products from ItWorks are their Ultimate Applicator or the Skinny Wraps.

How do these skinny wraps work? Many people mistakenly think that these wraps help you to lose weight. They don't understand how a simple wrap is going to make the bod weight melt off. This is a misconception; the wraps do not help with weight loss, they help with tightening and toning the area of your body in just 45 minutes.

45 minutes! That is all it takes to help tighten and tone any area under the neck on your body. Get rid of those stretch marks, that belly bulge, or those legs that just won't tone up. The steps to making this a reality are simple, and you will love the results.

Step 1: Get your Skinny Wraps. Find a consultant who can help you to get these wraps. You can choose to order one directly from a distributor for $25 per wrap or visit to get 4 wraps for only $59!

Step 2: Pick the area you would like to wrap. Remember that you can use any area on the body below the neck. If you need to work on the face, there are some amazing ItWorks Facials that you can choose. Clean off the area and make sure to wear clothing that will not rub too much during this time.

Step 3: Take time to get your before pictures now. This is going to help you to see how well the wraps are working!

Step 4: Take the wrap out of the package and place on the area you choose. If you are doing the arms or the legs, consider cutting the wrap in half so you can get both sides at once. The wraps are going to come with some material that is breathable and helps to keep the wrap in place. Use this to avoid issues with the wraps slipping.

Step 5: Wear the wraps for at least 45 minutes. You can easily wear them overnight or for a few hours if you would like. You should not exercise while wearing these though as they are not activated by sweat and your sweat can actually make the ingredients fall off and stop working. It is fine to move around, run errands, or do other activities, just don't work up a big sweat.

Step 6: Drink plenty of water. This is something that you should do for the following three days. You need to drink at least 8 glasses of water on the next three days, although more is better. This helps to activate the nutrients in the wraps.

Step 7: When the time is up, take the wraps off, rubbing in the lotion that may be left inside. Take an after picture at this time. You are already going to see some great results. Do not take a shower or anything right away because the ingredients will continue to work for a bit longer.

Step 8: Three days later, take another picture and compare with the first two you took. You will be amazed by the difference that you see in that area and how much tighter and toned it looks. continue to do this process with the other three wraps in your order (4 wraps is considered a treatment) though you are more than welcome to do even more wraps on the area if you really need some work or move on to other areas. Just leave 72 hours between each application.

At that is it! As you can see, these wraps are easy to use and can make a big difference in the toning and tightening of you whole body. ItWorks Skinny wraps may not help you lose weight, but if you have some problem areas that won't tighten with exercise or you have loose skin from your weight loss, these can be the best option for you to try.

If you are interested in trying out the ItWorks Skinny Wraps, check out my website at and order them for 40% off!


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