The Frigi Thalgo Wrap

The Frigi Thalgo is a simple cool wrap designed to eliminate excess water from the tissues.

Concentrating on the thighs and abdomen – most women’s trouble spots – the wrap helps activate surface circulation, tone the skin and increase elasticity.

My treatment at The Chuan Spa (inside The Langham Hotel, London) started with a Descomask Body Scrub and shower before I was massaged with Modelage De La Mer cream.


My therapist Gosia (ask for her, she’s great) then applied Plasmalg Gel before wrapping me in Frigi Thalgo solution dipped bandages to stimulate blood flow. I warn you now, the bandages are cold! The solution contains caffeine and menthol and it feels as if the pores on my skin were opening and receiving the menthol, as the best way to describe the feeling is cold and minty.

Frigi Thalgo Body Wrap - THALGO

The 50-minute treatment ended with Thalgomince Massage Cream worked into my body using slimming massage movements.

There’s very little I wouldn’t do for slimmer thighs and I have to confess, I had my doubts on how massage and a few wraps could slim my legs but I was pleasantly surprised! I felt slimmer as soon as I got off the table but to ensure it wasn’t just psychosomatic, I measured myself when I got home and I had lost a centimetre from each thigh! Happy days. The next day my skinny jeans felt less skinny so all in all I was very impressed.

Of course the results don’t last forever (I wish) but I think the massage is perfect to help you squeeze into your party dress or give yourself an extra slimming boost before you go out on holiday.

Cold but worth it!

The treatment is good for intensive and progressive treatment of cellulite in the hip and thigh area, tired, heavy legs and localised weight problems associated with deficient cutaneous circulation.

The Frigi Thalgo Wrap – £65/50 minutes
The Chuan Spa at The Langham Hotel
1C Portland Place
London W1B


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