Vacuum massage with SPM
Suction Pump Massage (SPM) is a proven method of contouring a body. Therapy is zonal – in particular, the abdomen, thighs, limbs or chest are treated.
The procedure is particularly effective in the following cases:
- treatment of cellulite;
- local treatment of fat deposits and reduction of volume in treated areas;
- draining and stimulating blood circulation in problematic areas (including “heavy”, tired legs);
- improving elasticity, tightening and smoothing of the skin;
- relieving painful premenstrual conditions.
A high-tech machine is used – a vacuum with controlled negative pressure. Various massage techniques are used with special glass suction cups. Thus, one procedure proceeds through four consecutive phases, the result of which significantly exceeds the effect of all known anti-cellulite therapies.
Specially trained and certified therapists guarantee patient success and safety.
Aestheline Dermatology clinic works with the high-quality equipment and preparations of the leading German manufacturer in the field of physiotherapy and cosmetics Weyergans®.
What does the procedure involve?
The procedure goes through four phases.
Initially, the lymph nodes are activated and prepared for the subsequent lymphatic drainage. Lymphatic drainage aims to improve lymphocyte by accelerating the movement of the lymph and the removal of excess fluid from the body. As a result, the body is released from toxins, cleansed, and prepares for the next stages of therapy.
In a second phase, blood circulation is stimulated, resulting in saturation of tissues with oxygen and increase of intracellular fat metabolism, i. e. “burning” of fat cells. The third stage leads to tightening and toning of the treated areas. The final fourth stage consists of a recurrent lymph drainage, the purpose of which is to take acidic waste products into the lymphocyte in order for the body to eliminate them.
Depending on the treatment zones, the procedure lasts between 35 and 60 minutes.
What are the contraindications?
SPM procedure not be used in patients with severe forms of varicose veins or inflamed skin in the intended treatment sites.
The final stages of therapy are associated with transient flushing and mild discomfort. In rare cases (in thinner and more sensitive skin) bruises may occur in the areas treated.
When does the treatment take effect and how long does it last?
The optimal effect of therapy is observed with the planned series of procedures, the number of which is determined individually.
What is the recommended post-procedure care?
You should not press or massage the treated areas, as well as make cosmetic procedures, peels and massages for the next 3 days. For the same period are undesirable thermal treatments such as steam bath, sauna, IPL, RF and laser procedures.
The maximum effectiveness of therapy is achieved by combining it with an active motor and healthy diet.
How many procedures should I undergo and how often?
The recommended number is between 7 and 10 procedures, which must be conducted at least once a week. The minimum interval between procedures is 2-3 days.