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December 24, 1988|Clipboard researched by Kathie Bozanich, Susan Davis Greene and Dallas Jamison / Los Angeles Times. Graphics by Thomas Penix / Los Angeles Times

Body wraps are relatively new in the U.S., having made their way over from Europe. Proponents say that wraps work by opening pores and purging body toxins. Thus, they say, an inch loss will be noticed immediately. Here are a half-dozen places to get wrapped:

Name of Company Type of Wrap Used Cost Beverly Hills Concepts Mud/Ace bandage $59 10184 Adams Ave. Huntington Beach Casa del Sol Ace bandage/plastic $35 4668 Barranca Parkway Irvine Electra Sun Tanning Ace bandage $19.95 17300 17th St., Suite F Tustin European Body Wrap Center Ace bandage $19.95 19017 Bushard St. Huntington Beach Fantasy Tan Ace bandage $24.95 1673 Irvine Ave. Costa Mesa Le Tan Salon Sea clay/Ace bandage $65 13771 Newport Ave. Tustin

How Long You How Much Lost/Number Name of Company Are Wrapped of Places Measured Beverly Hills Concepts Two hours 6-14"/14 spots 10184 Adams Ave. Huntington Beach Casa del Sol One hour 6-12"/12 spots 4668 Barranca Parkway Irvine Electra Sun Tanning One hour 5-15"/20 spots 17300 17th St., Suite F Tustin European Body Wrap Center 75 minutes 6-15"/15 spots 19017 Bushard St. Huntington Beach Fantasy Tan 90 minutes 5-11"/14 spots 1673 Irvine Ave. Costa Mesa Le Tan Salon 75 minutes 6-23"/18 spots 13771 Newport Ave. Tustin

Source: Individual salons

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