Endermologie is a 100% natural, non-surgical procedure that stimulates the breakdown of fat and cellulite. The equipment used applies gentle precision pressure and suction. The treatment is administered by a certified Endermologie Therapist with the technical skills and experience to secure maximum shrinkage, tightening, and contouring of dimpled buttocks and thighs, as well as arms, hips, abdomen, and flanks. Treatments can dramatically reduce or even eliminate the ugly signs of cellulite, including the orange-peel surface and skin laxity.
Endermologie requires a series of treatments (typically 14 – 20) to achieve maximum results. Each session is 40 minutes, and initially patients come in for 3 sessions per week for the first 2 weeks. The remaining treatments should be administered twice a week until the patient’s desired results are achieved. After that, we recommend a maintenance treatment once a month. Patients can expect to start seeing measurable results after 6 – 8 sessions.
The only negative side effect may be minor bruising for those with very sensitive skin; however, the bruising will resolve quickly. Meanwhile, positive side effects to look for include a feeling of rejuvenation and relaxation, as well as a fading of stretch marks due to the stimulation of blood and lymph circulation.
Cellulite is a deposit of fat trapped by hardened connective tissue beneath the skin’s surface. As the fat is pushed through this fibrous network, the area starts to bulge and the surface of the skin increasingly becomes dimpled and lax. According to statistics, about 90% of all post-pubescent women develop cellulite to some degree.
All treatments are performed by a certified Endermologie Therapist.
Results vary from one patient to the next; however, patients typically start to notice marked changes after about 6-8 sessions.
After completion of your treatment plan, expect a slimmer, more proportionate silhouette accompanied by smoother and more toned skin in the areas treated.
No. In fact, the procedure is very relaxing, much like a massage. Additionally, your therapist can change the intensity of the precision pressure and suction to ensure patient comfort
No. Those who are excluded from this treatment include pregnant women, people taking blood thinners, and individuals with circulatory or vascular disease. Also excluded are those with active cancer, as well as individuals with AIDS and other progressive infectious diseases.