Despite the huge breakthroughs in energy-based body contouring devices, such as laser or radiofrequency, the mechanical Endermologie machine has remained at the forefront of the slimming and cellulite-smoothing industry for nearly 30 years.
Its system of rollers provide a deep kneading technique to stimulate lipolysis (fat burning) and the stimulation of new collagen and elastin to strengthen, firm and smooth the skin, thus reducing cellulite’s signature ‘orange peel’ bumps and divots.
The LPG Mcano-Stimulation method used by the Endermologie machine has now been harnessed in the new LPG Mobilift for facial stimulation and rejuvenation.
‘We are proud to represent LPG Mobilift, the latest technology for non-invasive anti-ageing treatment of the face,’ says Aurelien Coursodon, CEO of France Medical, Australian distributors.
‘Mobilift involves rotating rollers that treat precise skin folds to stimulate sluggish cellular activity. The internal mechanical tension it creates exercises the fibroblasts to promote collagen and elastin production and, so, and firm and smooth skin. There are no side effects.
‘As well as targeting facial ageing, Mobilift can be used to rejuvenate neck, hands and dcollet.
‘Today patients expect natural and non-aggressive solutions. To answer this demand, the aesthetics market is turning towards alternative rejuvenation techniques that restore skin quality and respect genuine, natural beauty.’
A rigorous scientific study was conducted on LPG Facial Mcano-Stimulation by the Dermatology Department at the University Hospital of Besan””on, France, with facial biopsies on 20 subjects. Among its findings:
- Natural synthesis of endogenous hyaluronic acid increased by an average 80 percent.
- Firmness boosted 23 percent.
- Elastin fibres natural synthesis increased 46 percent.
- Visually, skin hydration, suppleness, facial contours, fine lines, sagging, puffiness and dark circles were all also dramatically improved.