The Best 3 Cellulite Massaging Devices
If you are serious about finding a way to get rid of cellulite then you have likely investigated a number of different cellulite removal methods. The most common remedies include creams, cellulite exercise and diet, body wraps and massage. Anti cellulite massage is often conducted in a beauty spa or a skin specialist’s clinic using specially designed devices. It is also possible to use your bare hands or buy handheld machines for home use but the results are usually not as fast or as good as those from commercial sized devices.
Massage works by improving the health of the skin through increased circulation and breaking up the deposits of harden fat that cause the dimpling of the skin. The various machines that are used for cellulite massage work by either vacuum suction, rolling or gently pulling at the skin and fat. An important thing to note is that massage machines only provide temporary respite from cellulite and do not lead to permanent cellulite reduction. This means you will need to continue the treatments in order to maintenance the improved appearance of your problem areas.
The majority of cellulite treatment centres use a machine called Endermologie. Originally, French medical doctors created the machine as a way to reduce the appearance of scar tissue. After awhile they began to notice its positive effects on the cellulite of their patients and its treatment range eventually expanded to cellulite as a result. To complete a treatment, a client is required to wear a special body stocking that protects the skin and massaging device is moved back and forth across the problem areas.
Another popular machine is named Vellasmooth. This device combines the massage with radio wave therapy to improve the potency of the treatment. While the radio waves melt the fat, the massaging motion helps to eliminate the liquefied fat and any toxins which are released.
The third and final device is Tri-Active. In this case, the massaging effects are combined with laser therapy. The lasers not only melt away the fat but they also increase the productions of collagen in the skin to improve its look.
Most of these machines cost about $70 to $90 for a single treatment. For the average woman, it will take about 7 sessions at the rate of 1 to2 a week before you begin to see noticeable results and up to 15 before you can decrease their frequency. Once you have reached the desired level, you can back off the number of treatments to about 1 per month.