Cellulite is the dimpled-looking skin that commonly occurs in the thigh region. It forms when fatty tissue deep in the skin pushes up against connective tissue.

Treatment types

Targeted ultrasound and magnetotherapy.

Method of action


Cosmetic ultrasound uses acoustic waves to heat tissue. This then results in thermal damage and coagulative necrosis, leading to the renewal of skin elasticity, body contouring and destruction of cellulite. This treatment method can be used on the outer arm, inner arm, hips and back, abdomen, saddlebags, buttocks, outer thigh, inner thigh, knee, inner knee and calf.


Magnetotherapy’s removes fluids and improves circulation in the blood and lymphatic system. It can be combined with blue and infrared light which also improves circulation in the skin and other parts of the body — bringing oxygen and nutrients to ensure that cellulite does not build up and where it has, starting to break down and carry it away to cleanse the system.



Method of action: the ultrasound radiation in this action determines a fairly intense massage that, thanks to oscillations, penetrates deeper into the epidermis.

When: it should be used to treat all advanced stages of localised cellulite, especially in cases of soft or loose cellulite.


Method of action: this therapy is widely used in cases of localised lypodystrophia, breaking the fibronic tissue present which partially blocks both blood and lymphatic circulation.

When: benefiting from its sculpting and stimulating characteristics, it is particularly suitable for treating hard or solid cellulite.


Method of action: its effect of stimulating local blood circulation improves skin trophism and cell oxygenation, freeing excess liquids and toxins in the subcutaneous connective tissue.

When: it is ideal for maintaining session cycles already carried out to prevent losing the effects already achieved.