Cellulite Treatment

Endermologie, Cellulite Removal

About 90% percent of women suffer from cellulite. Cellulite is one of the biggest problems that for majority of women are facing and they’ve been fighting hard to get rid of cellulite for many years. Women want to look sexy and feel comfortable with or without clothes.
Endermologie cellulite treatment is a powerful skin care solution that can provide significant reduction in the appearance of cellulite.

With a series of endermologie cellulite treatments, you will see the improvement of your skin and the shape of your body with a noticeable difference in the fit of your clothes from your very first treatment.
The endermologie treatment is an FDA-approved procedure for the reduction of cellulite. In a recently completed study, endermologie was shown to dramatically reduce inches and to improve the smoothness of the skin in the treated areas. In fact, 100% of the women participating in the study lost inches and over 90% reported a visible improvement in skin smoothness.
Endermologie cellulite treatment uses Vacuum Massage Technology, which gently combines suction and pressure to release the fluids in the fat cells that cause cellulite.

The specific cellulite treatment techniques increase lymphatic drainage and blood circulation to flush the fat cell fluids and reduce overall water retention.

Endermologie cellulite removal is a proven non-invasive option for those who want to loose inches, have a smooth skin without the risks, pain or high cost of any surgical methods. Studies have shown weight loss in many clients and it is most effective when used in combination with diet and exercise.

Physiology of Aesthetic Massage

how to get rid of cellulite

"Vacuum massage physically manipulates the tissues to reduce the appearance of cellulite." James E.Pickens, M.D., F.A.C.S. 

Clinical Study Results:

The Effectiveness of Synergie AMS™ Treatments in Reducing the Appearance of Cellulite
Robert L. Youngblood, M.D.
James E. Pickens, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Read clinical study abstract