Contours Body Sculpting

630 South Central Ave Suite 110, Marshfield, WI, 54449
(715) 384-2354


Excess fat and fluid retention in the body create bulky masses of volume as well as cellulite.  These overcharges of fat and fluid typically form into clusters and appear on various parts of the body such as buttocks, thighs, stomach, and the inner parts of legs and upper arms.

An effective, long term solution for targeting fat and diminishing cellulite in the human body must include a treatment method for dealing with both the fatty origin of cellulite as well as the aqueous origin of cellulite.

While many other body wraps and treatments may be beneficial in hiding cellulite or providing inch loss, results are temporary because only excess fluids (not fats) are extracted from around fat cells, thus cellulite is no longer able to float to the surface of the skin which is why its appearance is diminished by a typical body wrap or treatment.  However, once the body begins to accumulate and retain fluids again, the cellulite comes back out of hiding and floats back to the surface of the skin, and inch loss previously achieved disappears.

Body wraps and treatments can be beneficial forms of detoxification and toning, however, they are better utilized as short term maintenance treatments since they can only deal with the aqueous origin of cellulite and not the fatty origins of cellulite. 

Lymphatic drainage is a holistic approach to promoting a healthy lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is a complex network of vessels and ducts that move fluid throughout the body and is responsible for moving toxins away from healthy cells and carrying germ-fighting materials to cells when they are under attack by viruses. Though fluid moves through the lymphatic system, it does not have its own pumping mechanism. Lymphatic drainage is a type of therapy that is intended to help the body produce a free-flowing lymphatic system.