endermologie®®, the non-surgical, non-invasive, FDA-cleared, body and face treatments dramatically reduce the appearance of cellulite, yet also benefit the outer skin layer – or epidermis. The results are undeniably visible and measurable, proven by about 130 scientific studies. The unique process treats the skin and underlying tissues to a soothing, yet invigorating deep-tissue massage. endermologie® treatments are not only an ideal complement to eating healthy and regular exercise, they bring a rosy, healthy glow to the skin. Here are five additional ways the treatments enhance and benefit the epidermis.
- endermologie® treatments not only free the epidermis of dead cells, they strengthen the skin of the body and face by correcting circulation deficiencies and stimulating fibroblasts to increase collagen production, improving elasticity. They also exercise the cutaneous layer of the skin to combat aging by targeting wrinkles and expression lines, flaccidity, dehydration and poor circulation.
- Treatments help stimulate the connective tissue supporting the epidermis, as it’s located just beneath the skin. It’s a huge network of cells and other materials that basically holds our bodies together. It’s composed primarily of collagen, water, and elastic tissue which gives the skin the ability to stretch, yet return to normal constituency. It also provides protection and nutrition to the surrounding tissues, blood vessels, muscles and organs.
- endermologie® treatments provide clients with a fresh, rested appearance by minimizing the appearance of bags, wrinkles, and dark circles around the eyes and face. The treatments stimulate the blood and lymphatic circulation in those areas, increasing circulation and helping to reduce fluid retention, making the skin appear more plump and youthful.
- Everyone knows that skin loses its elasticity with age, due primarily to a loss of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. Nature and environmental factors cause skin cells to gradually lose the ability to produce these important elements. Scientific studies have shown that maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle, combined with a regimen of non-invasive body and face endermologie treatments may help reduce the appearance of aging skin.
- When Louis Paul Guitay, a French engineer, was receiving manual physical therapy to soften scars he was left with after an accident in the mid-1980s, he developed a mechanical device based on the principles of Mécano-Stimulation™. It powered a computer-driven, handheld massaging head that delivered intermittent suction and rolling to the epidermis, as well as the soft tissue beneath the skin.
While the equipment was initially – and still is – used for the therapeutic treatment of surface scars and underlying soft tissue, its continued development has been proven to produce a noticeable improvement in the overall appearance of skin texture and underlying cellulite. Contact us by clicking on the banner below for more information.