Women began to be affected by cellulite in the ’70s when statistics show that 9 out of 10 women suffer from this condition. More than 40 years ago, pharmaceutical companies have begun to study the issue and market all kinds of creams and lotions to remove the well-known “orange peel”. Once out on the market, each woman has used at least one pharmaceutical product to remove cellulite. In fact, pharmaceuticals do not help 100% to remove cellulite.
In order to get rid of cellulite, you must harmoniously combine nutrition, physical activity and massage sessions done by experienced specialists. Anti-cellulite massage has been known for a very long time, but few are doing it correctly. There are many cases when, due to the technique used, the skin is traumatized, even destroyed. It is true that the technique used in cellulite massage is a tougher, deeper technique and is therefore recommended to be done by professionals, so to avoid the negative effects an anti-cellulite massage may have. Movements of kneading, friction, pressure and even hitting of the affected areas have the role of detoxifying the body and eliminating the surplus water in the body.
An anti-cellulite massage session lasts between 30 and 60 minutes, depending also on the degree of resistance of the client. Importantly, when using an anti-cellulite massage, you should consume at least 2l of water per day and have restrictions on your diet, especially fast food and processed and preserved foods.
Within the Movement Studio center you can benefit from anti-cellulite massage sessions and the results can be seen quite quickly. After 4-5 sessions, the appearance of “orange peel skin” diminishes, and the skin is much smoother and more hydrated.