Due to continuous exposure to stressful situations, tension, improper nutrition, and insufficient movement in many women, the body begins to store fat to cope with stress. This leads to the accumulation of fat in the deep fat depots – or to put it another way, to the formation of cellulite.
The anti-cellulite massage penetrates deep into the fat deposits with various specialized products. Anti-cellulite movements and lymphatic drainage move the blood and thus help break down those stubborn fat deposits. In order to achieve success in this endeavor, however, it is necessary, in addition to the massage, to apply a whole complex of actions: proper nutrition and movement in its various forms and consistency.
Anti-cellulite slimming therapy with coffee
Thanks to its powerful lipolytic effect, coffee helps to eliminate fluids in problem areas, such as the abdomen and thighs. Its fine texture caresses the skin, and the aroma of freshly roasted coffee invigorates.
Cryotherapy for heavy, tired legs and anti-cellulite
Cryotherapy stimulates good circulation, helps to expel toxins, drains, soothes tired and heavy legs and feet, and reduces swelling in the limbs. The therapy is extremely effective in edematous cellulite. Recommended for women and men suffering from tired and heavy legs. Cryotherapy reduces the swelling of the limbs after a long period of sitting and relieves the burning sensation of fatigue when standing for a long time.
Massage with honey against cellulite
The sharp improvement of blood circulation in the deep layers of skin and muscle fibers contributes to improving the nutrition of internal organs and tissues. Honey, transmitting biologically active substances, absorbs toxins and contributes to their rapid removal from the body. This type of massage is done to increase lymph flow and cleanse the skin. In addition to anti-cellulite, honey has a detoxifying effect. It is suitable for back pain as it draws out toxins and soothes tense muscles. After applying the honey massage, the skin becomes soft, silky, tight, and with smoothed subcutaneous seals, the general condition of the body improves.
Slimming therapy with green tea, guarana, and algae
This therapy was developed jointly by the French Dietetic Institute in Paris and the American Debalarium in California. It stimulates the removal of toxins from the body and improves intracellular metabolism. The combination of green tea, guarana, algae, and certain vegetable extracts and essential oils gives this therapy an extremely powerful effect for shaping the figure, purifying the body, and fighting cellulite.
Body modeling program
The therapy relies on the alternation of active ingredients and manual techniques for impact. It is also the result of a collaboration between the French Dietetic Institute in Paris and the American Debellarium in California.
It comes with several programs:
- Local effect on areas with fat deposits – the treatment is concentrated on the areas with accumulated fat.
- Shaping program – aims to affect fat deposits, regardless of whether they are accompanied by laxity, and also to improve the shape and line of the body as a whole.
- Cellulite therapy – is characterized by a local or overall effect on cellulite accumulations.
- Improvement of circulation and lymphatic drainage – intended for the treatment of edema, fluid retention, edematous cellulite, and disorders of peripheral circulation, in general.
- Recovery program – used in the therapy of local or general laxity, after childbirth or after plastic surgery.
- Program to stimulate the pectoral muscles – works to tighten and shape the chest and pectoral muscles.
This device was developed to treat cosmetic problems affecting the dermis and connective tissue. The cosmetic method is the only one based on the combination of two specific therapies: ultrasound and non-invasive subdermal therapy, whose effects complement each other to refresh skin cells.
It acts on subcutaneous fat, smoothes fat accumulations, and at the same time favors the flow of lymph, prevents fluid retention, and has a positive effect on circulatory disorders.
Mesotherapy without pain and needles
Non-invasive mesotherapy is also used to treat cellulite. With it, highly concentrated products are introduced into the body through electro-photoporation. This technique is used in laboratories as a cell culture system when molecules need to be implanted inside the cells themselves.