At first glance, fashionable shirts and pants, a secret lies in the unusual patterns. Impulse collectors, which are incorporated into the fabric, interact with the body's own electricity and reflect it back, slightly altered. A kind of ping-pong effect occurs between skin and clothing, which stimulates muscles and tissue. This leads to detoxification and purification of the body. Which not only improves blood flow but also forces more oxygen into the cells. Waste products and toxins, major causes of cellulite, can be reduced quickly, tightening the connective tissue. In fact, you can burn up to 20% more calories by wearing these clothes. Buttocks and thighs get streamlined and shaped. GR4tex can work it’s magic even with little or no exercise. Combined with making the right food choices, GR4tex apparel can support weight loss by optimizing your metabolism.
Inventor Dirk Grafischer is a successful product developer for more than 30 years with over 15 years experience in the field of intensive detoxification. He already caused a sensation in the 90s with successful, effective detox wraps. Around the world, countless women fought cellulite, lost inches and detoxified with wrap treatments, created by the German product developer. The German Olympic athletes used his body wraps to improve their performance at the Olympics in Atlanta. Even the American tennis legend Pete Sampras got wrapped on a regular basis. Compared to those old fashioned techniques, the perfected detoxify product GR4tex costs only a fraction, and is easy to use.
Simply put on - and you're done! A benefit, all women appreciate. Right in time for the perfect summer body, GR4tex has launched its first product line: high-quality tops and capris made of MicroModal for women. MicroModal is an incredibly soft, light and airy fabric made from European beech wood cellulose. The fiber is completely natural, produced in an eco-friendly process. MicroModal satisfies the highest environmental standards and is even CO2-neutral. Enjoy the look and feel as GR4tex combines fashion and science.
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