Smooth cellulite and improve lymphatic drainage with endospheres


Do you suffer from water retention or cellulite? These could be signs that your lymphatic system is not functioning optimally.

The lymphatic system is a network of tissues, vessels and organs that are an integral part of our immune system. It protects our body from pathogens, maintains body fluids, removes cellular wastes and absorbs fats from our digestive tract. While our bodies are designed to cleanse and eliminate toxins naturally, stress and digestive issues can interfere with our ability to do this properly.

Cellulite isn’t really my problem (I have many others), but I can be prone to fluid retention, especially near my menstrual cycle. But what I see at 46 that bothers me is sagging skin no matter how hard I train. So, I recently tried Endospheres, a relatively new non-invasive treatment that incorporates a patented technology called Compressive Microvibration Therapy that was developed by bio-engineers in Italy to treat various types of cellulite, lymphedema, and muscle bands. When researching the technology, it was the before and after patient photos that sold me. Not only did the treatment tone the skin and smooth the cellulite, some patients looked completely lifted as if they had undergone surgery.

“Endospheres is a clinically proven treatment that targets cellulite at its root causes, not just its symptoms. It’s like a high-tech deep tissue massage that leaves you feeling smooth, toned and streamlined. This new wave of whole-body wellness works with your natural systems, bringing your body back into balance. No lasers, no needles, no downtime,” Simon Mansell, founder of Artemis, the technology’s exclusive US distributor, tells me. “The technology reduces the appearance of cellulite and balances the body by increasing blood flow, improving lymphatic drainage, eliminating toxins and water retention, and helping to increase collagen production.

Produced by the Fenix ​​group, the principle of Endospheres is that by delivering low frequency vibrations between 39 and 355 Hz, it simulates a pulsating and rhythmic action on the skin and tissues which reduces cellulite, helps support drainage lymphatic system, improves vascular action by improving circulation and nourishes tissues, relieves pain and helps improve muscle tone by stimulating muscles through vibration. “Standard treatments include legs, butt, stomach and flanks, while full body treatments include these in addition to arms and back. There is also a facial hand piece that creates the same collagen producing effects on the face, neck and décolleté,” says Mansell.

The treatment is administered by a cylinder-shaped handpiece which rotates on itself with 55 silicone spheres positioned in a honeycomb. Dr. Pier Antonio Bacci, who helped create the Endospheres technology, tells me that our bodies have a variety of sensation receptors, including cold and heat receptors as well as vibration receptors that sense deep, light pressure. .

“Each of these characteristics triggers a response in our body, including increased vascularity, regeneration and healing, and then via the reflex arc we reduce pain through endorphins; that’s very important. We need to stimulate certain points. That’s how Endospheres was invented. It filled the scientific gap for us in a simple way, but is very sophisticated from a technical point of view,” explains Bacci. “It takes a perfect balance because the rotating microspheres, which have a precise diameter and a precise density, so as to support the force, allow the stimulation of these zones according to the type of vibration that one desires and the response that one seeks. for. So we don’t just do one treatment, we do several depending on the mechanism. Not only will the patient’s tissues improve, but they will surely see less cellulite and less fat deposits.

The term ‘cellulite’ originated in France in 1920 and became known as the ‘orange peel’ effect. “It then became lymphedema, then venous insufficiency, then adiposity. But cellulite is just another way for the body to say, “watch out, something’s wrong,” Bacci says. “There are 30 causes behind cellulite, which is nothing more than an impairment of connective tissue. To fight cellulite, you must purify yourself, which you can do yourself. Second, you must vascularize and oxygenate the tissues, which can be done with lymphatic massage.Endospheres Compressive Microvibration does just that.

So how many treatment sessions are needed to improve the condition? Mansell tells me it depends on the severity of the cellulite. “We generally suggest a minimum of 12 sessions. But, clients usually feel results within the first few sessions and start seeing significant results after four weeks. After the initial course of 12 sessions, we recommend that you follow the maintenance 1-2 times a month.

Mansell tells me that the improvements can be sustained if people follow maintenance sessions along with other healthy lifestyle choices like a balanced diet, clean water, and exercise. When I inquire about the clinical data supporting the effectiveness of Endospheres, Mansell tells me, “In what may be the largest study in aesthetics, the manufacturer studied 656 people at 12 medical centers, who demonstrated average improvement 39% cellulite reduction and 97.8% customer satisfaction.”

Except for those with contraindications, Mansell says everyone is a good candidate for Endospheres given the technology’s ability to balance the body and address aesthetic issues at the root. “Before offering a session, the Endospheres technician reviews the contraindications with each client to ensure they are suitable for the service. The most common contraindications are pregnancy and lactation. Many clients use endospheres after surgery to help with drainage, but if it’s within 3 months, you’ll need medical clearance to do so.

Endospheres can also be used on the face to reduce wrinkles. As on the body, the facial treatment stimulates collagen, elastin, hyaluronic acid and oxygen for a healthy glow effect. It also relaxes and tones the facial muscles making the skin look smoother and lifted.

Bacci tells me that the non-invasive technology gives very unique results. “It fascinated me because when you use it on the forehead you work with a sliding motion, unlike botulinum toxin which blocks the muscle. It’s something completely different. It decreases hyper-contraction and this is important because nowadays we are all hyper-stressed. If we reduce the hyper-contraction, the tissues are oxygenated. Is it really the first obstacle to maintaining our health and its youthful appearance? Mansell adds, “The underlying cause of many beauty issues on the body and face is poor lymphatic drainage and stagnation. Helping the body bring nutrient-rich blood to an area and flush out toxins and excess fluid retention, as is the case with endospheres, is essential for things like collagen production and overall balance. from the body.

So far I’ve had about ten treatments over the past few weeks on my lower body and I can absolutely see a difference in my skin texture and tone. My skin even looks younger. For a non-invasive treatment with minimal side effects (unlike cryo or radiofrequency, where operator error can lead to skin burn), I’m incredibly impressed. Then I would like to try the facial treatments to see what kind of results they give. I’m also curious if this treatment can be used as a non-invasive way to lift breasts. I’m dying to have a viable, non-surgical alternative to a facelift or breast augmentation. I would shout this solution from the rooftops.



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