Lipomassage vs. Liposuction

I’m sure you’ve heard of liposuction. Who hasn’t at this point, right? Between tummy tucks and fat transfers, modern medicine has come a long way with how it manages fat and the treatments that can be used to eliminate, or relocate, well, fat. Recently, a revolutionary French technique from LPG has changed the way modern medicine manages cellulite and those annoying fatty areas that just don’t seem to go away no matter how hard we exercise or diet. This fairly new treatment is called Lipomassage and it will change the way that you look at any “lipo” procedure.

So What’s The Difference?

Traditional Liposuction is a surgical procedure that is typically accompanied by at least a week of bed-rest recovery (some areas of treatment require less recovery time, some require more). The results can be great, but you’re still left with scars from the procedure, and it is still a surgical procedure so it will have to be performed under anesthesia.

Lipomassage however, offers remarkably similar results to liposuction without the hassle of surgery, scarring or being confined to a bed for a week or more. LPG’s Lipomassage uses rollers and suction to massage the skin and smoothen away the body’s cellulite. The lipomassage technique not only increases the lymphatic flow and blood circulation throughout the body, but it softens the skin tissue and stimulates the body’s natural fat releasing processes. All of these act to reduce cellulite throughout the treated area. Since lymphatic drainage is a detoxifying process, it’s important to drink plenty of water to help eliminate toxins and rehydrate the body.

All in all the session takes about 45 – 60 minutes and about 15 minutes per section depending on the severity of the problem area(s). So if you’re thinking about trying it out, Clinic Libessart will give you the first session free, just to make sure that it is right for you. Schedule your free consult with one of our specialists today.

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