Endermologie is the only FDA-approved and non-invasive method designed to reduce the appearance of cellulite. The term originated in France and translates to, “through the dermis.”

Louis-Paul Guitay first developed the Endermologie process in the 1980s when he was searching for a way to treat burns and loosen patient’s scar tissue. After these first treatments, he discovered the process reduced the appearance of cellulite, improving the overall texture of the skin. Since this discovery, Endermologie has become popular among the beauty industry as a safe and verified way to temporarily reduce the prominence of cellulite.

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    How Does Endermologie Work?

    The Endermologie process is relaxing and non-invasive. During your appointment, you will be asked to wear a specially designed bodysuit to deliver the treatment’s full effects. A beauty professional will then pass the massagers along the cellulite or any specified problem areas. The massagers work to tone the skin and break down the lumpy material that causes the appearance of cellulite. It is also a great therapy for muscle soreness and edema (swelling). Generally, appointments last between 30 and 45 mins.

    What Can I Expect After My Treatment?

    Results can vary after your first Endermologie treatment, and the best results develop with repeated sessions.

    Endermologie sessions not only temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite, but also improve local blood circulation, and relieve DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness). Appointments leave you relaxed and confident in your appearance. Many women swear by the age-defying effects of this tried-and-true process and continue to see amazing results in their skin’s appearance. We recommend on-going Endermologie treatments to maintain the smoother appearance of cellulite and maximize your results. In addition to treatments, physical activity and a balanced diet also can affect your skin’s appearance. Discuss any drastic changes to your diet and physical activity with a professional first.