Vacumtherapy is a non-invasive treatment to combat cellulite of the first level. It is used by cutting devices that drain adipose tissue by moving fat into the lymphatic system. It also serves to eliminate fat and reduce cellulite, has exfoliating effects, provides elasticity to the skin and relaxes muscles.
By means of a modular suction mechanism that causes a skin fold to form, producing a stretch of the connective fibers under the skin. Then a second mechanism of "winding - unwinding", allows the displacement of the skin fold without producing friction or trauma, hence its non-invasive character.
In this way we get:
- Increased blood supply by vasodilation, increased blood flow and muscle nutrition. A substantial increase in oxygen levels and a decrease in carbon dioxide is then observed in peripheral tissues:
- o Improving blood flow facilitates the exchange activity that is carried out in the capillaries by accelerating blood flow.
- o Venous stasis at the base of varicose veins and relative venous insufficiency is also contrasted.
- Analgesic action. This is achieved through the improvement of local blood flow, thus producing the arrival of nutrients, oxygen, and the removal of waste products. All this will have a detoxifying and purifying effect on the body. In addition, it produces a myofascial release, improving the intertisular slip (between the different tissues of the body).
- Elongation on the connective fibers of the skin that are retracted.
- Stimulation of fibroblasts for collagen and elastin production.
- Distension of vascular structures.
- Mobilization of subcutaneous fat.
- When their manipulations are made following the lymphatic tract, performing a good lymphatic drainage, basic for the good evolution of any anticellulite treatment, lymphedemas, fluid retention.
Areas where Vacumtherapy can be applied.