Category Archives: Alternative to Liposuction

5 Antioxidant Foods To Add to Your Diet in 2017

Along with 2017 resolutions, savvy women add a smart, health-based action plan to their goals for the new year. While losing excess weight may be a primary concern, the benefits of following a well-balanced diet rich in antioxidants goes far beyond shedding a few pounds. In addition to slowing the signs of aging on the skin, an antioxidant-rich diet can promote healthy hair growth and reduce the risk of developing certain diseases, including dementia, vision loss, stroke and heart attacks. Continue reading

Losing Weight and Reducing Cellulite: Can endermologie® Accomplish Both?

Most women either have or will develop cellulite to some degree during their lives. It typically shows up on the thighs, butts and stomachs of more than 85% of females over the age of eighteen. Ironically, weight isn’t part of the problem – its insidious presence is equally prevalent in women of all shapes, sizes and degrees of fitness. The unlovely, dimpled appearance is caused by nothing more than stored, hard-to-metabolize fat that pokes its way through the connective tissues beneath the skin.

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How Body Sculpting Works, And Why Your Clients Will Love It

For spa clients who are concerned about stubborn cellulite and fat pockets that diet and exercise just won’t fix, body sculpting from LPG endermologie® is the solution. As the only FDA-approved technology for non-surgical reduction of cellulite, clients will enjoy reduced fat, a slimmer contour, and smooth, dimple-free skin as cellulite diminishes – with no unpleasant side effects from surgery.

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Face Lifts and Self Esteem Have Little Correlation

A growing number of women believe that a healthy, positive body image is hard to find, and neither the “fast fix” afforded by liposuction nor plastic surgery is the answer. In today’s youth-oriented society, it doesn’t matter who you are, what you’re worth or where you live – at one point or another there’s sure to be something about your appearance that you wish that you could change.
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