Health and Beauty

cellulite massage

Lypossage is the Cornerstone of Body Contouring and Cellulite Massage Treatments

Sponsored by Lypossage esthétiques International, LLC

Let’s face it: Massage therapy has been around for thousands of years and there is very little new in how massage therapy is delivered.

But when certain strokes are combined with the right intention, specific pathologies can be addressed.

Cellulite is one condition that can be assisted by specialized massage therapy.

Cellulite isn’t a serious condition, but it is certainly one that can irritate and embarrass those who have it. It looks like dimpled, bumpy skin, and it’s sometimes described as an orange peel- or cottage cheese-type texture.

Lypossage helps move lymphatic fluid, which when stagnant can create the bumps, bulges and lumps we call cellulite. Lypossage breaks up under-the-skin adhesions that create this dimpled appearance.

Lypossage took several years to evolve from research project to worldwide massage phenomenon. Let’s look first at how this specialty began.

cellulite massage?

Does a cellulite massager really work. and if so how long does it take for it to go away
Ok to the one that said you were fat...Im sorry but Im not im 5'6" and only wiegh 120 so that might make a difference


Yes, they really work. Go to http://www.fight-cellulite.com/topics/ce llulite-massage/ and read everything - there are plenty of possible ways to massage cellulite, and they really work.
You will see results in a week or two, if you will really


nope doesn't work, i've tried. i'm a fat lady...


Yes, they really work. Go to http://www.fight-cellulite.com/topics/ce llulite-massage/ and read everything - there are plenty of possible ways to massage cellulite, and they really work.
You will see results in a week or two, if you will really

Has anyone ever had Cellulite reducing massage treatments?

Not the body wraps, or laser treatments, actual massages that claim to reduce cellulite? Im thinking about trying a few sessions, I know some women at my work have tried it and they say that they've seen some improvement. I'd like to know anyones opinion


Hi, it is not worth the money - you can massage your problem areas yourself wothout paying money at all. Go to http://www.fight-cellulite.com - massages section to see what works best.


I haven't had any cellulite reducing massage treatments but you should try rubbing coffee grinds on your cellulite