Throughout history, mud has been used as a cleansing product, a supplement to wrestling matches, and as a material for building statues of fourth-place finishing racehorses. Use mud for beauty purposes with today's Groupon to Body Wraps By Pam at The Skin Spa of Powell Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get an herbal wrap (an $85 value).
- For $49, you get a cellulite smoothie wrap (a $125 value).
- For $110, you get two seaweed mud wraps (a $260 value).
Body Wraps By Pam, located at The Skin Spa of Powell, drapes patrons in all-natural wraps designed to temporarily free overstuffed organ trunks of toxins, cellulite, and excess inches. The cellulite smoothie wrap employs a proprietary blend of aloe vera and seaweed gel to reduce dimpling, tauten skin, and fade stretch marks and scars received during cage matches with renegade bathroom scales. Alternately, herbal wraps cocoon bodies in a warm, all-natural blend of amino acids, collagen, vitamins, and minerals, and a duo of seaweed wraps add a layer of heated mud for additional silhouette slimification. During the one-hour gestation period of each wrap, pores open, allowing toxins to escape and helping ease symptoms of dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis. Pre- and post-treatment, patrons’ measurements are taken to demonstrate the immediate waist-whittling benefits, which can last 7–10 days.
Body Wraps By Pam
Pam Clay won’t wrap clients in a body-wrap formula she hasn’t already tried on herself. After testing each formula extensively, the founder of Body Wraps By Pam, with its new location in Powell off Sawmill Road, drapes men and women in all-natural wraps designed to temporarily free bodies of toxins and excess inches while infusing the epidermis with deep-reaching moisture. Each wrap’s layers of gel combine vitamins and herbs to soothe skin and grant camouflage for sneaking into tea parties. Pam often uses humor to relax her clients as she seats them in gravity chairs and swaddles them in warm blankets at the start of each treatment. In Pam's new private space, she puts a particular emphasis on creating an environment worthy of her relaxing treatments. Space chairs scoot up next to an electric fireplace, and a mural depicts a beach scene, calming the nerves of anyone who has not just tried to visit a childhood sandcastle.