General, Womens Health

Summer Is Coming Up— Get Bathing Suit Ready with Endermologie Massage

Endermologie Massage

Let’s face it. This past year has been a hard one for most of us. Because of the pandemic, many of us haven’t been as active as we used to be. Or we aren’t engaging in the same kind of sports or workouts that were staving off the cellulite and keeping our skin radiant and toned. Now summer is upon us, life is opening back up again, and it’s time to take some action. But a few trips to the gym and a change in diet aren’t going to be enough to tone down that cellulite. You may need something a little more hard-core, but that is still non-invasive—something like Endermologie massage.

Endermologie massage isn’t a new-fangled treatment fad that’s here one day and gone the next. It’s been used in France for over 40 years to treat the skin of thousands of burn victims. It wasn’t until recently that aesthetic practitioners saw its enormous potential as a body contouring technique. Not only can Endermologie improve the appearance of cellulite, but it can also tone and shape your hips, thighs, waist, abdomen, and other areas of your body.


What Is Endermologie Massage?

Endermologie is a safe, FDA-cleared massage treatment that uses a patented roller system to reduce the appearance of cellulite. The treatment is 100% natural, uses no chemicals, and can treat any part of the body – even the face.


What Does Endermologie Do?

This massage-based beauty treatment is a non-invasive procedure that reduces the appearance of cellulite and tones the skin. You can leave the office right after your treatment and go on with your day!


How Does It Work?

Your provider uses a patented roller that sends out pulsations that stimulate dormant cells. Your provider uses the handheld device to knead and roll over your skin gently. Not only do you receive a deep massage, but your skin and the tissues are stimulated by gentle suction. The rollers and suction system reduce the appearance of cellulite by manually stimulating fat cells and mobilizing for deep tissue.


What Are the Benefits of Endermologie Massage?

Endermologie massage has many other benefits aside from cellulite reduction. It also Improves:

  • Lymphatic circulation
  • Tones skin
  • Contributes to a 70% increase in the release of fat cells (lipolysis)
  • Re-densifies skin increasing in elastin (+45.6%) and type 1 collagen (+7.8%)
  • Increases blood circulation
  • Reduces stress
  • Reduces muscle soreness
  • Eliminate waste and toxins that can lead to muscle soreness
  • Reduces the appearance of scars
  • Healthier, younger-looking skin

Getting an Endermologie massage after an intense workout has the potential to help prevent delayed onset muscle soreness.


Does Body Endermologie Hurt?

No. Endermologie massage is a non-invasive treatment that does not hurt. It is entirely non-aggressive, too, so you won’t walk out with visible bruising or have long recovery times. Some people find the rolling and suction to feel strange at first, but they find it relaxing once they get used to it.


How Long Does an Endermoligie Massage Session Take?

A single session takes about half an hour: since you and your treatment therapist will need some time to get to know each other, your first session may take a little longer. For your first cycle of sessions, we recommend that you book at least six to ten sessions for the best results.


How Long Does It Take to See Improvements?

After a few sessions, you’ll see a reduction in the appearance of cellulite, and your skin will look more radiant. After about 12-16 sessions, you will have achieved your desired look. At that point, you may want to book individual sessions to optimize the look and continue to improve on the initial results.


Who Should Try Endermologie?

Endermologie massage is an excellent tool for anyone who wants to reduce the appearance of cellulite. Here are a few examples of who might benefit from Endermologie massage:

  • Busy moms with little time to go to the gym
  • People who are committed to a healthy weight loss program and want to reduce the appearance of their cellulite.
  • People who have issues with connective tissue pain.
  • Athletes or people who are trying to reach rehabilitation goals


Where Can You Get Endermologie Massages?

Many beauty salons and wellness clinics offer Endermologie massage. Double-check to make sure that your therapist is thoroughly trained and certified in the procedure. That way, you can lay back and relax during your treatment.


What Is a Treatment Like?

A trained therapist will perform your treatment. Before receiving treatment, you will meet with your therapist to discuss your needs and goals. You will also discuss the areas of your body that you want to have treated with the Endermologie massage.

When you show up for your appointment, we will give you a clean bodysuit to change into. The bodysuit protects your modesty and provides a smooth surface for your therapist to glide the device over. The therapist will move the mechanical massage device in controlled, repeatable movements. The device’s suction and two rollers outperform manual massage and benefit the skin and subcutaneous tissue by promoting microcirculation. The treatment will last from 30 to 45 minutes. You don’t need any downtime so that you can walk right back into your regular schedule without hesitation. You may even feel more relaxed afterward.


What Kind of Results Can You Expect?

Patients of all ages have seen amazing results. You can check out our before and after gallery to get a better idea of how Endermologie massage has benefitted our clients and what you could expect it to do for your skin.

If you have imagined a slimmer, trimmer, firmer figure, Endermologie is for you. In combination with a healthy lifestyle, you can step into those summer clothes and that teeny bikini with confidence.

Call or text us to schedule a consultation. We’ll schedule you with a trained Endermologie massage therapist, and you can start on a course of treatment. It’s time to start feeling your best with Health on your Horizon!


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