This aesthetically beneficial body contouring massage is similar to Endermologie ™. The Synergie Cellulite reduction device uses non-invasive, vacuum assisted massage to smooth out the appearance of Cellulite, loose skin, and unwanted inches. Approved by the FDA in 1997, it has been very difficult to train technicians on the exact maneuvers, so most spas do not offer this service. At La Bella é Famosa, we know that training is the key in making sure clients get results.
While it's primarily women who struggle with cellulite, men have also found that Synergie can be beneficial for skin tightening and inch lost. This anti-cellulite device works like a deep tissue massage. This therapy is both relaxing and invigorating.
Clients who wish to see the orange peel appearance on their hips and thighs smooth out can visit La Bella é Famosa spa in Cool Springs once or twice a week over the course of their programs. Some clients who wish to lose inches faster can come three times a week if there is 48 hours between sessions.
Several scientific studies have been done to prove that these techniques increase collagen below the skin. This results in tighter and smoother skin.
One study showed that 100% of its participants lost inches during their series and 91% had an improvement in the appearance of cellulite. Alcohol, tanning, hormonal changes, lack of physical activity, poor nutrition, and dehydration can make the appearance of cellulite much worse, so it is important manage these areas closely when possible. Even when clients are unable to make changes to their diet or start exercising, they will still see results.
Noticeable results can be seen between seven and ten sessions with some clients reporting them earlier. To maintain these skin smoothing results, monthly maintenance is ideal after the aggressive phase has been completed.
There is no limit to how many of these non-surgical skin smoothing sessions you can have. Synergy is a safe and natural way to fight cellulite, loose inches, and tighten skin. After each session subtle changes in the skin occur and gradually increase. If you need to take a vacation or go on a cruise you can resume your series once you have returned.
Subcutaneous Tissue Collagen and Elastin Content
Colorimetric analysis of subcutaneous tissues revealed significant increases in the percentage of tissue collagen content in treated tissues from both intermediate-term and long-term subjects (Figure 5). The collagen content of the subcutaneous tissue increased on average from 27% to as high as 130% in the long-term subjects. Lower average increases of tissue collagen were also measured in intermediate-term subjects, but short-term subjects showed no increase in tissue collagen content. No quantitative or qualitative changes in subcutaneous tissue elastin were seen.
Those with the following contraindications should ask their physician to sign a waiver for participation prior to initiating treatment: