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Experts Say Endermologie May Be Next Best Thing to Liposuction

Posted by Cosmetic Surgery Review on December 27, 2009

If you’ve been considering going under the knife to improve your silhouette and reshape your body, you may not need to make that liposuction appointment just yet.

Several minimally invasive options such as endermologie can help to break down fat stores and improve your appearance within a few weeks. Some experts believe that endermologie is actually an attractive option for those that want to get rid of stubborn lumps and fatty deposits that are causing cellulite, and since the procedure does not involve any needles or incisions, presents few complications.

Endermologie works by delivering a high intensity heated massage to the body’s main tissues, helping to increase circulation and strengthen the muscles. This vigorous massage can break down fat cells and improve the skin’s appearance.  The rollers and suctioning massage process help to increase blood flow to major parts of the body and break down some of the fibrous buildups that may be causing cellulite. A series of these procedures can also increase collagen production which in turn strengthens and tightens the skin.

The procedure is designed for patients who are at an ideal weight or for those that only want to lose a few pounds without surgery. It is also an attractive option for those that want to improve the appearance of their skin after weight loss, and may be an attractive option for those that do not want to undergo a painful body contouring procedure.

When combined with a healthy diet and consistent exercise regimen, endermologie helps to streamline the silhouette and creates a more contoured look. The procedure is currently available at medical spas, cosmetic surgery centers and plastic surgery centers around the United States and treatment costs range from $100 to $150 per session. Some centers and clinics offer a discount on treatments booked as a series.


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