LPG for cellulite

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 10th August 2018
LPG for cellulite

In the presence of cellulite in the body, monitoring lymphatic circulation in adipose tissue is crucial. Italian dermatologist Sergio Churri examined the possible methods to prevent such an issue. Further, he suggested “tissue movement” as one of the ways of stimulating blood and lymph circulation. Then, LPG for cellulite treatments proved to help to treat cellulite.


Some time ago in France, it was fashionable to attend endermology treatments. Therapists carried a mechanical massage out with rollers and a vacuum. Since then, manual and automatic massages have included lymphatic drainage massage techniques based on active mechanical tissue stimulations.

The effects of anti-cellulite creams, scrubs, wraps, and baths only work with an LPG treatment. When preparing for LPG, consuming retinol, caffeine, and algae extracts significantly increases the elasticity and smoothness of the skin. But don’t change the shape or size of fat cells.

LPG for cellulite: features

LPG is a treatment that aims to:

  • Decrease the overall volume of the body.
  • Get rid of local fat deposits.
  • Treat cellulite.
  • Strengthen and restore the elasticity of the skin.

The procedure requires the patient to wear specially-made clothing to ensure the skin has maximum contact with the rollers. In that case, the LPG device affects the body tissue at multiple depths. It also depends on the patient’s skin type, the intensity of treatments as well as the ability of the rollers to hold and handle the tissue.


The procedure is comfortable and painless, lasts only thirty-five minutes and covers the whole body surface. After the therapy, clients sense an increase in the skin tone on their hands and collar zone. They also feel it in areas of the body with noticeable cellulite marks and fat deposits.

Specialists from more than a hundred countries worldwide have recognised LPG for cellulite as the most effective method for treating cellulite, obesity and body contour modelling. Endermology holds a record on the number of clinical studies and scientific publications proving its effectiveness. No other mechanical treatments are so popular.