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Endermologie® is an FDA-approved technology for cellulite reduction that is non-surgical and non-invasive at the Birmingham-Hoover, AL day spa & laser center of Spa Greystone. The Endermologie experience is a comprehensive, non-surgical approach which embraces the physical and aesthetic needs of your whole body using a patented technique that is proven to be safe and effective.
Cellulite is a common term for superficial pockets of trapped fat which cause uneven dimpling, or "orange peel" skin. Cellulite appears in 90% of post-adolescent women and is rarely seen in men. Common, but not exclusive, areas where cellulite is found are the thighs, buttocks and abdomen. Cellulite is not related to obesity, since it occurs in overweight, normal weight and thin women.
Endermologie employs a mechanized device with two motorized rollers and regulated suction. This non-surgical and non-invasive device creates a symmetrical skin fold which mobilizes deep tissue and results in the reduction of cellulite, reduction of body dimensions and improvement in skin texture.
You will wear a body stocking as one of our friendly and able technicians gently glibes the suctioning rollers over your body, concentrating on affected areas.
During the 15 to 20, 30-minute sessions you will experience a deep massage that will improve your circulation more than three times as much as would a manual massage.
Endermologie uses rollers and gentle suctioning to deeply massage your affected areas, increasing the circulation by 200%, compared with 60% for manual massage. Endermologie helps your body to expel toxins and abnormal water buildup while stretching the connective fibers under the skin that have grown lax.
Typically, the thighs or buttocks appear smoother and smaller after several sessions. In some clients, the abdomen area is also reduced in circumference after several sessions. These changes are a happy alternative to surgery, with its downtime and scarring.