Increase lymphatic drainage
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How to smooth out cellulite?
Cellulite, which affects 90% of women, even the leanest and most athletic, results in the storage of fats in the adipocytes (fat cells) and in the retention of water around these cells. As the adipocytes increase in size, the walls containing these cells (septa) pull on the surface of the skin, deforming it. Meanwhile, blood circulation is obstructed and toxins accumulate. Thus, cellulite and the inevitable orange peel skin aspect appear. Lymphatic drainage can help to smooth out the skin surface.
It is caused by water retention due to poor blood and lymph circulation. It is important to drain the toxins and restart the exchange.
This type of cellulite is often associated with obesity. The natural drainage of fats should be stimulated.
Fiber cellulite, present for long periods of time, compact and often painful, is the most difficult to remove. It is essential to relax the tissue to overcome fiber cellulite.
What does endermology® do ?
Endermologie® works as a fitness for the skin and adipose tissue to loosen and defibrate it. At the same time the stimulation makes it possible to release the fats and activate the blood and lymph circulation. At the same time, the mechanical action of the treatment head stimulates the natural drainage of fats and strengthens the skin to give it back all its resilience and a smoother aspect.
The sensor makes it possible to adjust the stimulation precisely to each skin identity: the intensity of the treatment is optimal, the skin is always respected.
Endermology®, the only 100% natural, non-invasive and non-aggressive technique for the mechanical stimulation of the skin, makes it possible to reactivate the mechanism of the cells.
You will receive personal clothing for your first treatment. This is light and breathable for the skin and provides a more intense feeling and ideal comfort during the treatment. The endermowear LPG® is exclusive technical clothing that provides a deep grip and optimal visibility of the tissue during endermology treatments.
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