How it Works
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Clinically, the effectiveness of Endermologie®
lies in its action upon cutaneous and subcutaneous structures such as connective tissues,
fatty tissues, as well as vascular and lymphatic circulation. As a result, the body is
reshaped; skin quality and texture are improved.
The dermis and hypodermis connective tissue, which can be
compared to a "gel" becomes more fluid with the first few mobilizing maneuvers.
The combined action of the motorized rollers that successfully fold and unfold the skin
and the maneuvers cause the density of the tissue to change, improving cellular and fluid
exchanges. Release and decompression of the different vascular, arterial, venous, and
lymphatic structures immediately result in an influx of blood along with its nourishing
elements, and the removal of excess fluids and unhealthy metabolites. Tissues become
transformed, and the result is a thinner dermis and hypodermis.
Adipocytes and their receptors regain the mediators
that facilitate lipolysis, further prompting the thinning of the hypodermis along with the
reshaping of the silhouette. At the same time, tissue is completely restructured through
evacuation of water from proteoglycan molecules and release of waste attached to elastin
Treatment after treatment, fibroblasts - the connective tissue's
mother cells - are stimulated, leading to renewed collagen and elastin production. This
translates into cutaneous resurfacing and tissue rejuvenation. Taking into account every
region of the body, this technique boosts the body's major cleansing mechanisms, including
lymphatic drainage, purging the inner environment contained within the body's smooth and
supple outer shell. Practiced during treatment, Endermogym actively and passively
stimulates muscles, supplying them with essential nutrients, and provides resistance
training to create toned and shaped curves.