Suck Those Dimples Away
Apr 11, 2011 10:17PM
Dimples may be cute when you are a kid, but the puffy puckering, known as cellulite, that can appear on your thighs and bottom when you grow up is a real annoyance for many women. Ninety per cent of women over 20 years old develop the dreaded dimples.
Endermologie is a vacuum massage that was pioneered in France to treat burn victims’ scar tissue. Since its introduction to the United States, Endermologie was the first to be FDA approved for temporarily reducing the appearance of cellulite. Clinical trials and on going research are yielding positive results for its safety and efficacy. It restores healthy skin and tissue by promoting the production of collagen and strengthening tissue fibers which have aged and contracted.
Endermologie is non-surgical and non-invasive. With the use of two adjustable rollers and mild controlled suction, the skin gently folds and unfolds under the continuous action of the rollers allowing for even and regulated deep tissue mobilization. As the subcutaneous fat is broken down, blood flow and lymphatic drainage increase, resulting in elimination of excess fluid.
Fluid retention can be a problem for women. A vacuum massage such as Endermologie encourages the elimination of extra fluid and toxins which build up in the fat cells and does not respond to diet or exercise. The skin tissue between our muscles and skin is rarely “worked” and therefore looses circulation, neurologically and venously.
Regular muscle massage can increase the body’s circulation by 60%. Endermologie treatments can increase the circulatory system by as much as 400%. In addition, most report that the treatment is a tingly and energizing.
Debra Leady is an Endermologie Therapist at Garden Street Chiropractic located at 2405 Garden Street in Titusville, Florida. Call 321-267-4324 for more information.