Immediate relief and comfort for heavy legs water retention, cellulite and poor circulation
Pre-post liposuction treatment
Reduces localized lipolytic edema
Effective lymphatic drainage
Relieves leg heaviness, pain and swelling
Helps prevent venous stasis and varicose veins
Improves blood flow and oxygenation
Treats excessive cellulite
Shape legs, buttocks, and belly
Duplicate the action on the body of massage
Relieve low back pain
Treats post Mastectomy lymphodema (with doctor's approval only)
|CELLULITE IS NOT ONLY A FAT PROBLEM
Cellulite is the most esthetic complaint for women. But it is not a fat problem only.
The lumpy appearance of the skin is caused by fat cells bulging upward; however, the main
reason this problem occurs is because of a poorly functioning lymph drainage system, estrogen
imbalance and weak connective tissues beneath the skin.
Recognizing this cause of cellulite as a medical condition can help us to understand
our body functions and treat them properly eliminating the problem.
There are three major factors inducing cellulite formation:
1. Connective Tissue Abnormalities - cellulite occurs when the waste-removal process
slows down and connective tissues become saturated. The area thickens and hardens.
The accumulation of toxic substances in the interstitial matrix is weakening a skin’s
support structure causing a loss of calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium.
The metabolic reaction is slows down increasing a formation of free.
2. Poor Circulation - water, blood and lymphatic fluid constantly circulate through
the cells, bringing oxygen and nutrients to the tissue and cleansing them from waste.
As well as connective tissue abnormalities, poor circulation and lymph drainage can also
aggravate cellulite. When small blood vessels become fragile, they leak excess fluid that
accumulates in the compartments between the fat chambers. This effect increases pressure
within the tissues, resulting in poor lymphatic drainage. As excess fluid is retained
in dermal tissues, fat globules cluster together and inhibit venous return. This vascular
damage results in decreased collagen synthesis and an inability to repair tissue damage,
which weakens the dermis.
Increasing circulation may help by increasing lymph flow.
2. Poor Lymphodrainage - cellulite is accumulation of toxins and waste materials in the cells.
It occurs when Lymphoma systems become sluggish and the dermis weakens. During a stage of hormonal
imbalance estrogen increases the size of fat cells and produces water retention.
The accumulation of waste substances and toxins on cellular level facilitate the formation of cellulite.
The body does not naturally discharge toxins, they become harden and store at the cellular level.
Practical Treatment Strategies
In order to properly treat cellulite, we must improve circulatory and lymphatic systems and detoxify the body.
The Pressotherapy is the only type of stimulation that reaches the subcutaneous tissue, acting as a pump on
the circulatory system.
So, the only true way to treat cellulite is to address
connective tissue, the lymphatic system and circulatory systems. “Exercise stimulates
the cleansing process, but we’re talking about the internal body. If you have a toxic body,
you’ll always have cellulite.”
So what works? If you do only one thing, it should encourage circulation and lymphatic drainage!
During this treatment, the fat cells open up and empty into the lymphatic system, which flushes
them out of the body.
The life style, a proper diet with lots of fruits and vegetables, the right water balance
and exercise are also essential and works together with medical devices and supplementation.
Fat melting, Fluid draining ingredients:
- Chlorella peptides
- Licorice root
- Lipase enzymes
- Seaweed extract
- Cayenne paper
- Gotu kola