Category Archives: Lymphatic Drainage

Can endermologie® Treatments Help Symptoms Related to Menopause?

Menopause is certainly not an easy part of life for women, their families and spouses, especially when it happens earlier than expected. While those notorious hot flashes are the most recognizable symptom effect of menopause, additional symptoms can include host of other problems – from night sweats to dry skin, from memory loss to mood swings, and from anxiety to headaches, bone loss, and depression. For women in the midst of “the change,” menopause can include an unnerving number of symptoms that only seem to produce bigger challenges every day.
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Cellulite Treatment Machines: Are They All Created Equal?

The cellulite treatment industry for decades has been engulfed with companies that guarantee “instant” or “one-time” cures. The market is flooded with countless cavitation machines, acoustic wave vacuums, laser machines, ultrasonic pulsators, shockwave therapy machines and cryo-therapy machines. An infinite number of women and an ever-increasing number of men have bravely undergone a wide range of treatments using injections, creams, cold, heat, lasers, massages, surgeries and different machine types. It’s safe to say that not all cellulite treatments – nor the machines used to diminish that unsightly orange peel appearance on the skin – are equal.
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The Most Common Beauty Concerns For Women in Their 40’s


Women in their 40s are not only beautiful and successful – they also have perspective from years of experience that makes them more confident in their own skins. They’re not only experts at balancing the demands of work and personal life, most make an effort to take care of their bodies through exercise and good nutrition.
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Lymphatic Drainage: The Health Benefits Everyone Deserves


The lymphatic system of the body is not one we hear about often, despite the fact  it plays an important role in removing waste products from the body, starting at the cellular level. Widely regarded as a lesser sister to the circulatory system, the lymphatic system is actually a crucial player in your body’s ability to ward off disease and heal from injury. When the lymphatic system is sluggish or clogged, the body retains damaging toxins. Cellulite is only one of the common symptoms of inadequate lymphatic drainage. Others include constant minor aches and pains, low energy or susceptibility to colds and flu.
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