NSL Inch Loss Wrap Information, Preparation & After Care Advice:


NSL wraps are a natural and effective inch loss body wrap. The NSL Balm works for inch loss but is also a deeply nourishing and conditioning skin treatment.     


How does it work? NSL solution penetrates the outer membrane and stimulates circulation around these areas breaking down the toxins and fats which are then eliminated from the body.

Does it really work? Yes, but in my experience result as mixed, some clients lose more inches than other. However I have never had a client leave my treatment room without any loss. NSL has been independently and medically tested and the results have been proven that inch loss can be maintained. NSL are now working with the University of Glasgow with a grant funded research to further research NSL product.

How many inches will I lose? Everyone is different and inch loss can range between 4 - 9 inches. I would highly recommend a course of treatments for best long lasting results.

How often should I have a wrap? Once you have reached your target dress size, a wrap from time to time will help maintain your new shape and to avoid any extra inches returning. For best results NSL recommend a course of 4 treatments during a 4-6 week period, with a recommended 2 - 4 maintenance sessions per year.

Can I use a wrap alongside a diet? Yes, it is recommended that NSL wraps are used with a healthy eating and exercise for permanent inch loss.



Very little preparation is required, please arrive for your appointment clean and smelling fresh.

* A full body session takes up to 75 minutes from start to finish and target areas last 60 minutes

* Women – Knickers must be worn but you can choose to go topless or not. I can provide disposable knickers if desired.

* Men – Must keep boxers / briefs on.

* I would recommend bringing an extra set of underwear as the set you wear during the treatment may get damp.

* I would advise tying long hair up.



The Session:

* Firstly while standing you will be exfoliated all over the areas being wrapped using a dry body brush.

* You will then be measure and the measurements marked for accurate re-measuring after your wrap.

* The special NSL Balm will be massaged into your skin, if you are having full body wrap then women can choose to have their breasts done or left alone.

* You will then be wrapped in a product that looks very much like cling film but is just a little stronger.

* Then with some help you will be laid on a heated couch and wrapped in special blankets and left to cook for 45 minutes.

 After "cooking" the wrap will be removed and you will be re-measured to reveal your amazing inch loss results.


Wrap Aftercare Advice - Given to promote the best result from your treatment!

* Do not shower, swimming or using a sauna immediately after treatment, it is best to wait 24 hours if possible as the product can continue to work for up to 3 days.

* Do not use any heat treatments for 24 hours, sunbeds, steam rooms, waxing etc

* It is recommended that you avoid consuming fizzy drinks, alcohol, coffee and tea for at least 36 hours.

* Avoid using creams or lotions for at least 24 hours.

* Drinking plenty of water, squash or herbal teas to help flush out any toxins.

* Try eating a healthy meal, including your 5 a day.

* Light exercise is advisable to help the lymphatic system flush out toxins. 

* For long term results it is recommended that wraps be taken as a course rather than individual treatments.

After receiving you wrap it is perfectly normal to experience any or all of the following, known as contra-actions:

* Feeling tired or increased energy, (if you are experiencing tiredness please take care if driving).

* Increased bladder/bowel movements.

* Cold like symptoms.

* Headache, dizziness or nausea (if experienced drink water!)

* Temperature changes


These reactions will last no longer than 24-48 hours, If you have any concerns immediately following your treatment please contact me on 0116 260 2000.

If you experience any spots or rashes for more than a week, please consult with your GP.