Cellulite treatment with LPG lymphatic drainage

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Smoother skin and no more saddlebags! The LPG method (also called endermology) is not new but is considered one of the most effective methods against cellulite and slack skin tissue. LPG is a method of deep massage that treats the subcuta­neous tissue of a problem area and dissolves the bonds within the connective tissue.

Lymphdrainage LPG Cellulite Behandlung

Cellulite Treatment with LPG Lymphatic Drainage at a glance

Duration 40 Minutes
Painless Yes
Follow-up treatment No

LPG Lymphatic Drainage Prices

Face CHF 120
Face, 10 sessions CHF 900
Body CHF 150
Body, 10 sessions CHF 1’200
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Cellulite Treatment with LPG Lymphatic Drainage Information

LPG lymphatic drainage is a patented technology that provides multi-dimen­sional stimu­lation massage by applying various types of treatment heads to specified problem zones. These roller-shaped treatment heads are covered with cell-like inden­ta­tions, called micro-alveoli.

Through the micro-alveoli, cells within the connective tissue called fibro­blasts are stimu­lated to create elastin and collagen fibers, the result of which is a reduction in wrinkles and sagging skin. The drainage action also stimu­lates micro­cir­culation and provides the skin with more oxygen, resulting in a rejuve­nated skin tone.

  • The treatment is non-invasive
  • Signi­ficant results can be visible after a single session
  • The outstanding effects have been scien­ti­fi­cally proven
  • Reduction of cellulite
  • Reduction of excess adipose tissue through the stimu­lation of fat loss
  • Smoothing of „orange-peel“ skin
  • Improved skin tightness
  • Figure refinement by tightening of the silhouette’s contours
  • Relief from muscle pain and muscle spasms
  • Resto­ration of skin elasticity
  • Stimu­lation of lymphatic circulation
  • Improved blood circulation

The treatment head is moved over the agreed treatment areas, which can be treated three-dimen­sio­nally due to the micro-alveoli. During the treatment, the client wears a stocking-like full-body suit that makes it easier for the the treatment head to slide over the body. A symme­trical fold forms the skin into a wave, and electro­ni­cally controlled precision rollers massage the skin in various direc­tions. This procedure mobilizes the tissue, thus allowing the skin to be treated deep into the connective tissue layers. Metabolism is promoted, toxins, fats and water are removed, and nutrient supply is improved. Additio­nally, the production of elastin and collagen is stimu­lated, which will lead to a tightening of the skin’s connective tissue.

Clients can look forward to visible results after the first treatment. Through follow-up treat­ments, the result becomes progres­sively clearer until it fully develops after a few weeks. 10 treat­ments are recom­mended at a rate of one per week. Before and after treatment, clients should be sure to drink enough water.

  • Pregnancy
  • Open wounds
  • Infec­tions, including herpes infections
  • Psoriasis
  • Tumor diseases
  • Recent opera­tions
  • Fresh scars
  • Circulatory and vein disorders
  • Pain of unknown origin
  • Presence of medical devices (e.g., pacemakers)

LPG lymphatic drainage is a very low-risk treatment. To protect the surface of the skin, a special suit is worn for the duration. Occasio­nally, temporary redness is possible with very sensitive skin.

No downtime is expected. You can perform your daily activities as usual.


If you have any questions, would like a consul­tation or a treatment appointment, we look forward to hearing from you.