Lymphatic Cellulite Massage
What Does Lymphatic Massage Do?
Lymphatic massage stimulates microcirculation and helps eliminate oedemas from fat accumulation. Thanks to its anti-epidemic and decongestant action, it helps in the treatment of cellulitis as well as in the improvement of localised weight problem. In essence, it is a massage technique that aims at natural stimulation of the lymphatic system. Its main objective is stimulation of the lymph nodes, in order to facilitate the circulation of the lymphatic fluid.

Details on Lymphatic Massage
At Dermatology & Cosmetics Lab, specialised doctors use Cavitation RF's special head for lymphatic massage. This vacuum head technology sucks the skin mechanically, increasing the blood flow in the area, thus ensuring adequate perfusion in the problematic area and stimulation of the drainage through the venous and lymphatic networks. In this way, the products created by the destruction of adipocytes are rapidly removed from the site of application and are metabolised.
How Frequently May I Proceed with Lymphatic Massage? 
The duration of this treatment per session depends on the number and size of the areas, as well as on the severity of the problem. Depending on the nature and specificity of the problem, sessions are required every 10-15 days so that we can get the best results within the shortest possible time.

How Effective Is Lymphatic Massage?
Lymphatic massage is more than a cure for cellulitis.
More specifically, lymphatic massage:
  • Activates metabolism and prevents localised weight.
  • Gradually reduces cellulite.
  • Eliminates edema of the lower limbs.
  • Rests legs and knees.
  • Causes the mobilization of lymphatic system (varicose veins, spider veins etc.).
  • Helps trigger and strengthen the immune system.
  • Helps to relieve the congestion of the circulatory system.
  • Supports the beneficial tissue supply facility.
The comparative advantage of Cavitation Vacuum Head Lymphatic Massage as applied at the Dermatology & Cosmetics Lab is that it avoids the various bruises and pains created by the classical method of hand massage.
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