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Anti-cellulite maderotherapy massages

Are you struggling with “love handles”, “chicken wings” or orange peel appearance on your legs? You have a healthy diet and you’re regular in the gym but you still have cellulite? You are in the right place! With maderotherapy anti-cellulite treatments you can have completely non-invasive and non-operative, natural method of removing cellulite and shaping your body. Body without cellulite are every woman’s dream!

Anti-cellulite maderotherapy massages:

  • Breaks down and eliminates cellulite
  • Reduces body size
  • Eliminates toxins and speeds up circulation
  • Activates the digestive system
  • Improves skin tone
  • Tightens the skin
  • Lifts the buttocks up
  • Shapes the waist area
What is the cellulite and what causes it?

Cellulite consists of fatty deposits that become inflamed, swollen and come through the connective tissue just below the surface of the skin and leave unevenness on the skin. It is important to know that fat deposits in the deeper parts of the skin are enclosed in a kind of barrier that is surrounded by a thin layer of connective tissue. These barriers are separated from each other by collagen fibres that extend from the surface of the skin to the deeper layers. Fibrous tissues are shortened and thickened collagen fibres that pull the surface of the skin into the depths – towards the deeper tissues. This is how those dents appear in cellulite a concave shape that can look like holes in the skin. At the same time, the increased fat deposits push the skin upwards. The skin is usually less elastic and thinner when cellulite is visible, and oily deposits can be quite large. One in this way pushes the skin upwards and this is what creates the bumps on the skin.



There are several factors that can cause the cellulite and we can divide them into two categories:

Factors we can influence:

  • Hormonal system (Insulin, Cortisol, Adrenalin, Testosterone, Oestrogen),
  • sedentary lifestyle,
  • wearing tight clothes,
  • smoking and alcohol,
  • emotional disturbances affected by frustration, anxiety, depression and stress,
  • contraception pills, antihistamines, antithyroid treatments and beta-blockers.

Factors we can’t influence:

  • genetic,
  • sex (cellulite affects, in its classical pattern, almost exclusively women),
  • fatty tissue distribution.
What grade of cellulite do you have?
Cellulite varies by type and differs through the stages it goes through and for this reason there are three types. First is aqueous cellulite, which is very soft. Cellulite is seen even without your pressure and pinching. This type of cellulite is usually due to circulation problems and sitting too much. Second is adipose cellulite (oily cellulite). It’s soft and does not hurt when pressed. It occurs on the hips and thighs and is caused by fat in the diet and lack of physical activity. Third one is fibrous cellulite, also called stubborn cellulite which it is hard to touch and creates a distinct orange peel appearance with large bumps and that’s a type of cellulite has formed and accumulated for years. On the consultation, before your first treatment, you will be diagnosed with type of the cellulite and, accordingly, a further plan will be proposed regarding the number of treatments, diet, etc.
How maderotherapy works as anti-cellulite treatment?
In anti-cellulite maderotherapy massages, as in relaxing massages, we activate blood and lymphatic circulation. The difference is that in anti-cellulite treatments we reduce centimetres, break down cellulite, tone and firm the skin and we apply faster and more dynamic movements. Combined with a regulated diet, sufficient fluid intake and optimal movement, maderotherapy initiates changes in the body and accelerates the desired results. When wooden tools break down deep fat cells together with enlarged superficial fat cells (those ones that make the skin bumpy) and pushes them towards the lymphatic system which has fluid called lymph in its lymphatic vessels. Thanks to maderotherapy massage, fat cells begin to detach from the muscles and mix with lymph in the lymphatic system where lymph nodes clean them and helps them find a way towards excretory system so it can leave the body through the urine.

In anti-cellulite maderotherapy massages, as in relaxing massages, we activate blood and lymphatic circulation. The difference is that in anti-cellulite treatments we reduce centimetres, break down cellulite, tone and firm the skin and we apply faster and more dynamic movements.

How many sessions will it take to improve my particular problem?
In case of maderotherapy anti-cellulite treatments we recommend a full cycle of 10 sessions for satisfactory results. The results are visible after several treatments in people with faster a metabolism, in people with persistent cellulite and slower metabolism, 2 to 3 cycles of 10 or more treatments are needed and results may vary. Results also may vary depending on lifestyle and taking particular medications or contraception pills.
How often should I get massage sessions?
In case of anti-cellulite treatments, the best and fastest results are seen having a massage every second day, because the body needs time to “clear” accumulated toxins. On beginning the best way is to have two or three treatments per week and to continue once a week.
What can I do to improve my results?
It is important to take 2 to 3 litres of liquid daily during maderotherapy anti-cellulite treatments (all types of sugar-free tea allowed) and avoid sweets and carbonated drinks. Your therapist will recommend you regulated diet and exercising that can also contribute to your results.
Will I lose my weight with maderotherapy anti-cellulite massage?
With maderotherapy treatments you do not lose a lot of weight. Usually, clients lose a few pounds which is actually the fluid they lose during lymphatic drainage. Clients with regular diet and exercising in combination with maderotherapy treatments lose weight because maderotherapy massage speeds up your metabolism and regulates the functioning of the lymphatic system.
How to maintain results after anti-cellulite session?
After completing a certain number of treatments, the desired results should be maintained regularly. This involves occasional re-treatments (recommended once or twice a month, sometimes once a week, depends about client).
Who is not recommended for maderotherapy treatment?

Even though maderotherapy can have enormous benefits, there are some cases in which it is strictly forbidden:

  • Infection, a contagious disease, high temperature, acute inflammation caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses
  • Cardiac oedema
  • Renal failure
  • Pregnancy
  • Carcinogenic processes and malignant diseases
  • Congestive heart failure or history of blood clots or stroke and decompensated cardiac insufficiency
  • Liver and kidney problems or pathologies
  • Advanced varicose vein problems, an inflammatory condition such as thrombosis or phlebitis, lymphedema (swelling or accumulation of fluid of soft tissue), lipoedema (chronic disease and condition which causes symmetrically painful and disproportional fatty tissue distribution) or lipohyperstrophy (disorder of fatty tissue distribution with disproportionate swelling of the legs in relation to the trunk)
  • Lymphoma (cancer of the lymph nodes), lymphangitis (inflammation of the lymph vessels), lymphangioma (malformation in the lymphatic system), lymphadenopathy (enlarged lymph nodes caused by infection, inflammation or cancer)
  • After cosmetic surgeries such as liposuction, tummy tucks, arms, thigh, and Brazilian butt lifts up to 2 months after surgery or before the wounds heal
  • Blocked intestine (ileus)
  • Abdominal aortic aneurysm
  • Massive arteriosclerotic changes (mostly the framework of metabolic disturbances such as diabetes mellitus)
  • Diseases involving inflammation of the intestines (Crohn’s disease); unless the doctor gives permission to the client
  • Pronounced adhesions in the abdomen as a consequence of surgical intervention
  • Changes in the abdomen or the lower abdominal area after radiation therapy
  • Radiation cystitis, radiation colitis
  • Varicose veins
  • Hernia
  • Psoriasis or skin burns.

Therapist will, for his own safety and safety of his work, ask for medical permission (GP or specialist) from the client so that the service can be provided. Therapist will not make any type of medical diagnosis or prognosis or similar and therapist will respect and apply ethics and professionalism appropriately.