Today I will try to find an answer to a question that everyone has a different answer to 😉 . Namely: how often should I go for endermologie and is every day too much? I invite you to read, because it is worth it!
Can I go for endermologie every day?
I often hear this question from women who have just started using the procedure. Well, and there’s nothing surprising about that – I guess each of us at the beginning would like to have everything “right now”. However, in my opinion, endermologie every day is a slight exaggeration 🙂 .
While it is true that the treatment MAY be performed daily, it is NOT RECOMMENDED. And why?
- First of all: Your muscles will not have time to rest. It’s just like weight training – you can’t train the same body part to the max every day. Otherwise, you will be sore and your companion will become unpleasant soreness. Well, and bruising or redness may also occur.
- And second: the results will be better if you spread out the treatment over time. I have a very interesting comparison here, namely… the matriculation exam. You will get better results by studying every 2-3 days for 2-3 months than every day for 1 month. Likewise with endermologie – give your body time to develop!
Personally, I would not attend the treatment every day either due to lack of time. But that’s me 🙂 .
In this case: how often to go for endermologie?
This is a highly individual issue. Before you sign up for treatment, consult with a specialist who will arrange a plan for you. This is a much safer option than combining on your own.
However, the standard is a frequency of 1-2 endermologie treatments per week. Although I also know women who attend 3 times a week. In my opinion, however, this is a bit too much, and a treatment every seven days is optimal for me: both in terms of mood and time.
How many such treatments are needed?
Right. We have already established how often to go for endermologie. Now the second question arises: for what period should it be attended? Well – just as before: it’s a decision for a specialist doctor.
However, most beauty salons offer a series in the neighborhood of 20 treatments. But there are also facilities that recommend a smaller number (about 10), as well as a larger number (about 30) to start. Much here depends on the individual patient’s needs and how deeply rooted the cellulite is.
What about after the series of treatments is completed?
Then comes the time for the so-called “maintenance phase.” During it, patients no longer go for the procedure as often, and much less often – as a “reminder” to the body about endermologie. Here, the frequency is much lower, and you go for treatment once every 2 weeks, or even once a month.
Some advice before a series of endermologie treatments for you
Since you are reading this article, I assume you are still new to the world of endermologie. So I have specially prepared some tips for you that may be useful to you:
- Consult an expert. Before you start an endermologie series, consult a good and proven professional. This will help you find out what treatment plan will be optimal for you.
- Drink plenty of water. Personally, I try to drink at least 3 liters of water a day. You also make sure you drink enough before the procedure. Your skin will respond better when it is hydrated.
- Pay attention to what you eat. Try to ensure that only healthy and balanced meals land on your plate (well, at least most of them). Especially if your goal is to lose a few pounds.
- Exercise regularly. By combining exercise with endermologie, you will achieve your desired results faster – and I don’t just mean weight loss. You will just feel better in your own body!
This is nothing revelatory, but I know from experience that a lot of beginners forget about the above rules 🙂 . Hopefully, you now better prepare for the procedure and already understand how to get the best results from it.
How often to go for endermologie? Summary
Now you know how often to go for endermologie, and that every day is a slight exaggeration.
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