Get Started Doing Body Wraps
Is this Multi-level Marketing?
No, not at all.
In fact, unlike similar body wrap suppliers, there are
no commitments, contracts, or minimum product orders that must be
maintained to purchase our products. You just buy what you need as you need it.
What businesses are a good fit for adding this service?
This service integrates very well into businesses that can benefit
from adding a premium body wrap to their line up. Giving your clients
results that are immediate and observable on their first visit, it can become a great
new stream of revenue and repeat business for (1) day spas, (2) tanning
salons, (3) massage therapy practices, (4) chiropractic practices, (5)
med spas, and other similar salons.
What is my return on investment (ROI) with these body wraps?
Your return on investment after initial setup costs
typically ranges from 500% - 700%
per body wrap with a
very minimal initial investment in product required to get started.
Consumables cost is typically 2 gallons of mineral solution per body wrap. Each
canister of mineral powder yields 10 gallons of wrap solution (or enough for 5
full body wraps) which yields a cost of $7.50 per gallon or total cost of
$15.00 per wrap
($15.50 if you include the MSM Additive).
*BeautyWrap minerals only require being dissolved in water. Unlike many similar
products on the market, none of our minerals require "concentrates" or
"boosters" of any kind, so you don't have to calculate in those additional costs
when determining your total consumable costs.
Consider the profit potential when incorporating
these wraps into your salon or opening a new wrap salon. By performing
just 2 wraps a day or 10 per week, you can earn over 50k annually. Building your
client-base over time can increase your earnings to well over 100k annually.
If I already have a salon/spa, what changes do I have to make to accommodate this service?
How many wraps a day can I and/or my staff perform?
You may have to make only very minor accommodations to add this service to
your facility. The BeautyWrap is a "clean" wrap, so you don't need a
shower or wet room. Your clients come out of the wrap clean and can get
dressed immediately and go about their day. In fact, this allows the
minerals to keep working for hours after they've been unwrapped. If
possible, you'll want to dedicate at least one private room to wrapping
and have an area for a piece of cardio equipment, like a Gazelle.
Can I open a dedicated body wrap salon?
Absolutely. There are many successful salons performing only body wraps
exclusively. Often these businesses start out at home, in extra rooms
and then grow into steady businesses. Larger salons often add other
additional services overtime, with the body wrap being the primary
A single wrap technician can typically perform about 5 body wraps a day. If you decide
to hire another technician or a helper to unwrap clients, you can
perform even more. If you enjoy being in an industry where you're
helping people, the work will ultimately become your passion, as you see
the joy you can bring your clients.
How do these wraps work?
Most body wraps in the salon industry create inch loss through water
loss or dehydration. These wraps typically involve some form of plastic wrap,
heat blanket, or "sauna suit" and, like their names suggest, these wraps cause
one to essentially sweat off the inches. As you might expect, these inches
usually return within hours, as soon as the client rehydrates.
The BeautyWrap is a mineral-hydrating body wrap; your clients won't
sweat at all during the process. Its targeted-compression creates inch loss
by stimulating the clinically-documented process of lymphatic
drainage, where toxins and fatty acids from the cells are released into the
capillaries and eliminated along with the body's waste through the body's
lymphatic system. The lymph system is located directly beneath the skin and both
delivers nutrients to the cells and carries away excess water, cellular waste,
bacteria, viruses and toxins. The full-body compression produced in the
BeautyWrap is similar to MLD (manual lymphatic drainage) techniques used in
advanced forms of massage therapy. Like MLD, the wrap helps drain puffy, swollen
tissue and aids the body's natural waste removal and detoxification process.
This is why clients coming out of the wrap often feel exuberant, while also
losing some inches in the process.
For the lymphatic drainage process to work
effectively, the whole body must be wrapped by a trained wrap technician. This is
why "spot wraps" (wrapping just one part of the body) generally don't
work and create only temporary, if any, inch loss. Besides inch loss and detox,
the wrap can also help with edema, scar tissue, spider veins, redness and acne.
What training do I need to perform these wraps?
We provide in-depth step-by-step body wrap training through our website for your
convenience or you can learn face-to-face from one of our experienced
trainers. See our training
section or contact
us for more details.
To learn more, call (727) 641-1700.