Thousands of women are waging the war against cellulite, but even the healthiest diet and rigorous workout routine may not be enough to keep cellulite at bay. Eating healthy and exercising regularly can keep the body strong and toned, but cellulite can still make an appearance around the thighs, buttocks and waistline. LipoMassage treatments by Endermologie are one option for reducing the appearance of cellulite and enhancing the figure.
Medical science confirms that reducing body fat doesn’t necessarily mean getting rid of cellulite. Those stubborn pockets of fat are largely due to genetics, lifestyle and eating habits, and over 80% of women battle cellulite on any given day.
Are you in bikini-ready shape after the long winter? For most of us, the winter season and holidays have left us with a few extra pounds and inches, and it might take more than diet and exercise to lose the extra weight before bikini season hits. The good news is, you have a few options. Some of the latest body contouring treatments can help you lose inches and say goodbye to unwanted body fat without surgery.
Endermologie, also known as lipomassage, is a non-invasive procedure that can help you lose inches and get rid of cellulite. This body contouring procedure feels like a deep tissue massage, and can help to loosen up fatty tissues stored under the skin, improve your skin tone, and also help you lose a few pounds and inches. If you’re already exercising regularly and eating a healthy diet, you may be able to lose a few stubborn inches with a series of Endermologie treamtments.
Warmer months ahead mean it may soon be time to sport that bathing suit and work on that tan, but is your body in beach-ready shape? If you’ve been struggling to lose those stubborn “vanity” pounds this winter or just want to tone up and trim down before you hit the sun and sand, a trip to the cosmetic surgery center or medical spa can help. Here are six treatment options and procedures that can help you lose that excess weight before Spring Break season:
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