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Skin Tightening

Skin Tightening with Endermologie

Endermologie® is an effective, safe, natural, and FDA-cleared technique for cellular stimulation via mechanical massage. This non-invasive technique targets the connective tissues of the body and face and provides deep tissue mobilization with no downtime or known side effects.

Our patented treatment devices utilize Independent Motorized Roller (I.M.R.) patented technology for the body, and Motorized Pulsating Flap (M.P.F.) patented technology for the face, along with an aspiration system that gently stimulates the tissues of the body and the face.

Through mechanical massaging, rolling, and manipulation of body tissue, endermologie® helps to reduce the appearance of cellulite and improve the skin’s radiance through the fat release process lipolysis.

What is the Endermologie process for treating the face?

LPG® facial treatment heads utilize patented Motorized Pulsating Flaps to gently provide targeted stimulation to the various layers of the skin.

Face endermologie® is a safe, effective, and relaxing treatment that utilizes aspiration and pulsating flaps to stimulate the gentle tissue of the face and neck. This technique naturally boosts collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid production, which helps improve the radiance and overall appearance of the skin.

Treatment options include classic face, neck, and décolleté treatments as well as 10-minute area-specific, targeted treatments for personalized results. Visible results can be achieved via a series of treatment sessions, and sessions can be combined with other facial services to improve results.

What should you expect during an Endermologie treatment?

Providers usually recommend 8–10 sessions of Endermologie treatments. Treatment time can vary, usually lasting 35-45 minutes for the body and 15-35 minutes for the face. For the most effective results, client would need to be seen 2 times a week for approximately 16 weeks.

During your treatment, you’ll be asked to wear a bodysuit that prevents the massage tool from directly touching your skin and helps reduce swelling. 

A certified massage therapist, or Endermologist, will use a small handheld massage tool to apply pressure and gently knead areas with cellulite. The tool uses a combination of suction, rolling, and pulsating to stimulate the fat locked within the deep tissue. 

As the tissue loosens in the treatment area, clumps of fat cells slowly break apart, releasing the tight area and smoothing skin. 

Is Endermologie painful?

Patients report no pain during the procedure and no side effects. For some, Endermologie feels like a relaxing massage, while others find it just tolerable.

The strength of the treatment can also be adjusted, if you feel any discomfort.

Proven Powerful Results

Endermologie® is a multi-session treatment with typical sessions lasting 15-35 minutes. The average patient will see improving results with the additional treatments. Once the initial results are achieved, additional optimization sessions can be used to maintain and improve upon the initial results.

Extensive research has shown that body Endermologie® helps to tone and improve the skin’s radiance, while reducing the appearance of cellulite. Endermologie® is backed by more than 145 studies, and proven line of LPG® Cellu M6® machines. As a leader in the field, LPG® is the first device ever cleared by the FDA for the reduction in the appearance of cellulite. These studies have proven the following:

Results from the latest body technology scientific study1:

  • 70% increase in fat release (lipolysis)
  • 240% increase in collagen production activation (skin re-densification)

Results from the latest face technology scientific study2:

  • 80% increase in natural hyaluronic acid synthesis
  • 46% increase in natural elastin synthesis
  • 23% increase in firmness

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1 LAFONTAN M.: Evaluation of the effects of LPG Technique on lipolysis and gene expression using respectively microdialysis and DNA microarray technologies. Clinical Investigation Center, Toulouse Hospital, France. Research Report 2009.

2 One-of-a-kind scientific study involving facial biopsies performed on 20 subjects by the Dermatology Department at the University Hospital of Besançon (France) under the supervision of Prof. Humbert, 2013.

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