Endermologie Lipo Massage

Endermologie, often called endermology, is a cellulite treatment that involves massaging, rolling, and sucking at the skin surface to stimulate the breakup of stubborn deposits of cellulite. Endermologie sessions include gentle suction with two active rollers, like 2 rolling pins, and a motorized vibrator massage of the skin. Endermologie increases circulation, which helps breakdown unwanted fat cells and cellulite. Endermologie is often used after a tumescent liposculpture procedure, to smooth the appearance of the treated area. As the thickness of the subcutaneous fat layer decreases, blood flow and lymphatic drainage increase, facilitating the elimination of excess fluid and fat cells.

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  • Cellulite reduction
  • Breakup of fat cells
  • Improve circulation and lymphatic drainage
  • Elimination of metabolic toxins
  • Reduction in post-surgical accumulated fluid

How does Endermology work? 

Cellulite is caused by fat cells pushing against your skin. The Endermology treatment eradicates these fat cells, through a combination of vacuums and skin rollers, and they subsequently leave the body via your lymphatic system. This drastically reduces the visibility of cellulite.

Who is the Endermology treatment suitable for? 

Aside from pregnant and breastfeeding women, anyone who would like to get rid of their cellulite is welcome to undergo this procedure. Endermology is completely non-invasive, and so you will be able to resume your daily routine immediately after each course of treatment.

How long time the procedure will be taking?

An Endermologie treatment which is similar to a hard massage typically lasts about 45 minutes.

How many sessions do I need?

Usually twelve-week course of weekly treatments will be recommended.

Is there any aftercare that I should consider?

During the twelve-week course of treatment, patients are asked to drink two to three litters of water a day to help flush their systems.