Endermologie is a non surgical procedure developed in the 80s and it was one of the first treatments to be widely used for reducing the appearance of cellulite, but also for improving circulation, relieving minor muscular aches, improving skin tone and skin radiance.
Endermologie is a non-invasive technique that uses a mechanical massage rolling and manipulation of the tissues to firm up the skin and increase circulation, resulting in the reduction of cellulite.
A massaging device consisting of vacuums and rollers is used to manipulate the tissue beneath the skin, causing the skin to stretch slightly while gently rolling over it. The mechanical massage helps produce collagen, stimulates the lymphatic system and breaks up fat deposits in areas that develop pockets of fat, like saddlebags and love handles and is flushed out of the body with the help of the improved circulation. An endermologie treatment can also be used to diminish swelling and even out skin texture.
During thetreatment, clients wear a specialised body stocking while the practitioner uses the hand-held massaging device on the treated areas. A single treatment can take anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the area(s) being treated.
Most clients will need to have one to two treatments a week. After treatment, clients can go back to their normal activities immediately.
With endermologie, there’s no downtime and treatments are painless. The level of massage during treatment can be adjusted if the client experiences any sort of discomfort.
To maintain results, practitioners generally recommend a minimum of six to 10 treatments for noticeable, dramatic results. The results from these sessions will usually last a few months.
To maintain results, one endermologie treatment is recommended every month after the initial series of treatments. The actual number of treatments and any further maintenance sessions will be based on the client’s desired outcome and discussed during the complimentary consultation, before treatment begins.
Parent: Slimming Treatments