The intensive connective tissue massage ensures that the skin is sucked up with the aid of the device and rolled out between two cylinders. The cylinders have different functions and can stretch, relax, bring together, loosen or vibrate the skin.
With the help of lipomassage, the skin and the underlying tissue are massaged and blood circulation is stimulated. Fat and fluid accumulations will be reduced and the structure of the connective tissue will improve. Through the intensive massage, the formation of elastin fibres (elasticity of the skin) and collagen fibres (firmness of the skin) will be stimulated with the result that the skin becomes firmer, more supple, smoother and healthier.
At the start of the treatment the areas of concern will be determined
The skin therapist will take photos in various positions, in order to map the results at a later stage
The recommended bodysuit will be put on
The skin therapist will apply the intensive connective tissue massage using the LPG
After 10 treatments the result will be evaluated and the follow-up discussed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Lipomassage and/or endermotherapy for cosmetic purposes are not covered by health insurance schemes.
The sensation of the treatment can be compared to a deep connective tissue massage. This can be experienced as a firm, but painless sensation.
It is advisable to be active for 7 hours after the treatment. This stimulates the lymphatic vessels in the tissue and makes it easier to remove the waste products that are released, with a positive effect on the end result.
Fat and fluid accumulation can be reduced with the additional effect that the structure of the connective tissue will improve. Skin will feel firmer and smoother.
For best results, we recommend a course of at least 10 treatments. A significant difference can often be observed from 15 treatments onwards.
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