The Power of Pure Minerals
Our mineral products contain only 100% pharmaceutical-grade minerals manufactured in the USA according to
strict GMP standards in an FDA-registered facility.
To perform a great body wrap, you have to start with the highest-grade minerals;
and all minerals are the same. There are actually three grades of
minerals on the market. Each of these can produce a body wrap
treatment, but not all of these products will produce equivalent or consistent results.
USP or NF grade are the highest grade minerals available, with purity
levels that meet or exceed requirements set by the U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP).
Both "Lab" or "Tech" grade (also called Food grade) minerals contain higher levels of impurities
which impact both the effectiveness, consistency, and potential
safety of your wrap.
BeautyWrap Infinity mineral
powder and MSM Additive contain only the world's most pure, organic, and naturally occurring
minerals, which give your skin its maximum benefits, without irritating any skin
type. Although other lower-grade minerals are widely used in the industry, our
pharmaceutical-grade minerals blends give your clients amazing results every
time, creating long-term repeat business for you.
Our Manufacturing Process:
All of our mineral products are manufactured in an FDA-registered
cosmetics facility, using our exclusive manufacturing process; where these
raw minerals are ribbon-pounded to the finest granularity.
process produces a soft mineral powder
similar to the look and consistency of baby powder, which when mixed,
dissolves in water within seconds to a crystal clarity.
Our minerals give you the flexibility to customize wraps for your
clients, while always producing the same great inch-loss
Safety and Quality Control:
Our mineral blends are lab-tested after the manufacturing process
to ensure they are free of impurities and microbial
contaminants. They are then dated for shelf-life, lot-numbered, and
sealed before being shipped for distribution.
Buyer Beware - Many inferior body wrap products are never tested at all. If the product
doesn't have a lot number, it may not have been tested, so always ask
the supplier about their manufacturing and safety assurance process before using
a product on your clients.