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• breaks down fatty deposits and cellulite
• improves blood circulation
• improves circulation
• excellent for reducing excess fluids
how many treatments will it take to get rid of my cellulite?
It is recommended that each client has a minimum of one treatment per week. Usually people will start to see changes after the 3rd or 4th treatment but should feel a difference after the first treatment. Each client will differ in the number of treatments that are required to achieve their desired results.
will I lose weight from the treatment?
G5 massage is not a weight loss treatment. It is excellent for cellulite reduction, lymphatic drainage and detoxifying but in conjunction with exercise, good diet and the Bel Viso Cellu-Melt Diathermy Heat Wraps machine weight loss is greatly accelerated.
are the results permanent?
With regular exercise, good diet and life-style changes, cellulite loss can be maintained for an extended period of time but is not normally permanent. Monthly maintenance treatments are recommended, but you can come in more regularly if you wish.
possible side effects of the treatments?
Most clients report a feeling of relaxation and a warm sensation particularly in the treatment areas for hours after their treatment. Since the lymphatic system is stimulated, it is recommended that you drink at least two litres of water every day during the duration of your treatment in order to aid elimination. If you do not drink enough water after the treatment you may feel lethargic and possibly get a headache from the mobilization of toxins.
Cellulite is essentially the result of fat cells, trapped toxins and water in the uppermost layers of the skin. Research suggests that cellulite is related to the female hormone oestrogen, which is why women suffer from it.
All muscles in the body are covered with a padding of fatty, connective tissue, which varies in thickness, and is surrounded by a liquid, supplying nourishment and removing waste products. This fatty tissue is held in place by a network of fibers, and when the system works well, all waste products are removed, resulting in smooth body curves. When the waste removal system starts to fail, waste products start building up, and the connective tissue becomes saturated with liquid, which becomes sluggish and is often inflamed and swollen.
Growing adipocytes (fat cells) destroys the network made by elastin and collagen fibers, which then thickens and hardens, forming hard pockets that puff up to produce the "orange peel" effect, sometimes pressing on nerve endings - making cellulite painful under pressure.
Cellulite can often form in postnatal women and those who take birth control pills because the body's waste removal system can't get rid of the enormous flow of estrogen in the body. Cellulite can also develop after an injury, where the circulatory system has been disturbed.
A sedentary lifestyle leads to hardening of the connective tissue, causing a dimpling of the skin.
To get rid of cellulite, you need to treat it consistently and break down the cellulite, detoxifying the body and changing your lifestyle to prevent a future build-up. The main ingredient to fighting cellulite is to get rid of the toxins, and make sure that no further toxins build up in your system and wastes are being eliminated efficiently.