Top 5 Best Wellness Treatments

06 Feb

A slim body, radiant skin, and good health are the key to high self-esteem and confidence. We’ve selected the top five best treatments for health and beauty, and their positive effects won’t take long to achieve!

Body wraps

The girl is undergoing a wrapping procedure

Body wraps are a cosmetic treatment that tightens your body and improves your overall well-being.


  1. Reduces swelling
  2. Restores the skin tone
  3. Improves the lymph flow

How does it work?

This treatment begins with a massage and a deep peel. (Aromatic oils, sugar, and salt help to exfoliate dead cells.)

Our wellness practitioner applies special compounds to speed up the metabolic process and lymph microcirculation.

They wrap you in plastic and cover with a blanket – this dilates the blood vessels and purges your body with sweat.

At Solea Brickell Spa, we use wellness products from Sothys (France)

They contain peptides (that increase the collagen production) and natural ingredients, which stimulate the growth of new cells.

  • Slow blood circulation
  • Stretch marks
  • Swelling
  • Excess weight.
  • Menstruation
  • Skin injuries
  • High blood pressure
  • Pregnancy
  • Lactation
  • Gynecological disorders
  • Type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

Infrared sauna

The girl warms herself in the infrared sauna

An infrared sauna is a special pod designed for heat treatment. (It contains infrared lamps, hence the name.)


  1. Prevents seasonal diseases
  2. Fights excess weight
  3. Accelerates cell regeneration
  4. Controls the fluid balance
  5. Relieves pain in joints
  6. Strengthens heart health.

How does it work?

Infrared waves trigger the sweat glands and penetrate your body. The effect of heat allows for:

  • Improved metabolism and calorie burn
  • The speed up of microcirculation
  • Sweating out toxins.

A single session lasts 20 to 45 minutes – and you may do two sessions a day. The normal temperature inside is 100°F to 130°F.


  • High level of “bad” cholesterol
  • Chronic throat diseases
  • Digestion disorders
  • Headaches
What makes the infrared sauna better than a traditional heat room?
Infrared lamps affect the body, not the ambient air. Thanks to this, you avoid the increased stress of extremely high temperatures.
  • Infectious diseases
  • Blood pressure conditions
  • Pregnancy and lactation
  • Renal pathology
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Thyroid gland disorders
  • Skin diseases
  • Malignant neoplasms
  • Acute cystitis
  • Cardiovascular conditions.


A young woman undergoes a procedure in a cryo sauna.

Cryotherapy is a treatment by means of low temperatures. Also called “cold therapy”, it improves the blood circulation, endocrine function, and immune system. Nitrogen – a non-toxic, harmless gas – is used as a cryogen agent.


  1. Treats skin inflammations
  2. Fights the stretch marks
  3. Reduces fat deposits
  4. Removes moles and warts
  5. Repairs skin injuries
  6. Prevents hair loss.
Local hardware cryotherapy

How does it work?

General “cold” therapy (cryosauna)

You’re immersed in a pod where a cryogen agent evaporates to a cloud of -148°F to -220°F. The abrupt change in temperature triggers the body’s defense and metabolic process. The blood vessels contract under the influence of cold. They dilate, and the circulation accelerates. This treatment lasts about three minutes and does not damage the skin.

Local “cold” therapy (using special devices)

The wellness practitioner treats a small area of skin with a cold air stream. The tissues are saturated with oxygen, which triggers the regeneration process and contracts the pores. But don’t fear: the exposure is just a few seconds long!

We’ve got other “cold” treatment options as well:
  1. Ice cubes (14°F to 19°F), applied to the skin for half an hour.
  2. Cold massage (10 to 20 minutes), using cryopacks of -4°F.
  • Wrinkles
  • Skin diseases
  • Slow blood circulation
Cold therapy is prescribed by an ENT (ear, nose, and throat) doctor.
  • Nitrogen allergy or cold intolerance
  • Injuries or wounds
  • Pregnancy
  • Migraines
  • Cardiovascular conditions
  • Acute inflammatory or infectious diseases
  • Epilepsy
  • Furunculosis
  • Mental disorders
  • Underweight (up to 40 kg).

Intravenous (IV) therapy

Intravenous (infusion) therapy

Intravenous therapy is also called “vitamin drips”.

The deteriorating ecology, fast pace of life, and chronic diseases leave many people with insufficient amounts of nutrients. Intravenous infusions are a useful tool for maintaining your tone and improving the vital functions of the body.


  1. Moisturizes the skin
  2. Reduces inflammation
  3. Accelerates the metabolism
  4. Reinforces the immune system.

How does it work?

The IV infusion administers significant amounts of vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and amino acids. Upon entering the bloodstream, they are absorbed much better and faster than when taken with food or supplements. That’s why the IV therapy makes it possible to quickly replenish the body’s resources at the cellular level, maintaining your health and beauty in the most effective way.
Intravenous (infusion) therapy

Indications for IV therapy:

  • CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome)
  • Depression
  • Migraines
  • Allergies.

The wellness practitioners always select an infusion system individually. They prepare a vitamin cocktail based on your wishes, conditions, indications, and compatibility.

A contraindication to the IV therapy is the individual drug intolerance.

Hormone replacement therapy

Препарат с женскими гормонами эстрогеном и прогестероном

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is a medication treatment that replaces the lost hormonal function of the ovaries during the menopause.

Menopause (also known as the climacteric) occurs in women over the age of 40. This physiological period is caused by a decrease in the production of important sex hormones:

  • Progesterone
  • Estrogen
  • Androgen
  • Prolactin.

They affect skin, hair, well-being, mood, libido, and pregnancy. If they are imbalanced, it influences the quality of life, reproductive health, appearance, and emotional state.


  1. Prevents tooth or hair loss
  2. Helps restore itchy or dry skin
  3. Recovers the collagen production
  4. Stops hot flashes
  5. Eliminates vaginal dryness
  6. Reduces the risk of diabetes mellitus

How does it work?

A continuous medication treatment helps a woman’s body to maintain the hormonal balance and normally function during the menopause.


Hormone replacement therapy is associated with risks, such as:

  • Thrombosis
  • Gallbladder diseases
  • Cancer of the uterine body
  • Development of dementia.

You should consult a gynecologist before starting the HRT.

  • Headaches
  • Sudden blood pressure changes
  • Tinnitus
  • Mood swings
  • Quick fatigue
  • Severe irritability
  • High blood pressure
  • Individual intolerance
  • Breast cancer
  • Acute liver diseases
  • Thromboembolism
  • Type 2 diabetes mellitus.