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Lymphatic massage with LPG Lipomassage for local fat

The trapped fat is mobilized and metabolized thanks to a technology that uses negative pressure massage. 

LPG Endermologie ® therapy was the first medical treatment approved by the F.D.A. for cellulite reduction and non-invasive liposculpture. LPG systems are the only ones that apply the Öndermologie ® treatment. They combine real results with the enjoyment of a relaxing and refreshing lymphatic massage.

– How does lipomassage work?

During each session a special bodywear is applied to the body, the LPG bodywear. LPG bodywear facilitates the movement of the special head cylinders used in the treatment. This non-invasive head allows deep mechanization and mobilization of the tissue. It stimulates the venous and lymphatic systems in order to eliminate toxins.


Fibroblasts are stimulated resulting in increased collagen and elastin production. Achieving a revitalized and healthier skin tone. Controlled aspiration lifts the skin gently and rolls to mobilize problem areas. It increases subcutaneous blood flow by 400 % and lymphatic flow by 300 %. Toxins and malformed fluid retention are eliminated as the binder fibers are elasticized and restored.

– In which cases is LPG lipomassage recommended?
  • cellulite and local fat treatment. Either as monotherapy or as part of a complete holistic approach program for a perfect body that we apply at Tzouma Clinic.
  • in cases of lymphoedema or oedema due to circulatory disorders
  • after mastectomy
– Is the treatment of LPG lipomassage painful?lipomassage;

The treatment is relaxing and not painful at all.

– How long does it take?

The duration of the session varies. It starts from 45 minutes for a lymphatic massage and can reach up to an hour if we need to emphasize localized lipozones.

– In what areas does LPG lipomassage take place?

Since treatment is based on the activation of the lymphatic circulation, it is done throughout the body surface. It mobilizes the entire lymphatic system of the body and contributes to good health and better appearance. Additionally, lipozones are designed separately, such as arms or love handles that the patient may have, and are additionally mobilized.

– How many sessions are needed and how frequently?

On average, it takes 12 to 15 sessions for a complete program, but the number varies from patient to patient. Sessions are held twice a week. In cases that are combined with other body treatments and the purpose is to activate the lymphatic circulation 5-6 lymphatic massage sessions are enough.  

– When do you see the result after lipomassage?

The results are visible after the 4th session when we correct cellulite while the lymph activation becomes apparent from the first session with the increase of urination. The spectacular results of the Endermologie® treatment can be documented with measurements and photos before, during and at the end of the treatment. Changes are focused on areas where the problem is acute. At the same time, areas where volume reduction is not desirable (e.g. face, chest) are “protected”. The doctors of Tzouma Clinic and the specialized and trained staff of the LPG clinic, design the ideal program that fits the body type. However, this is modified during the sessions if necessary.

– Are there any contraindications?

There are no contraindications. It applies to all ages, both men and women. With the revolutionary lipomassage from the therapeutic technique Endermologie, the dream of all women to get rid of their excessive curves and the orange peel effect is now a reality.

– Is lipomassage combined with other treatments?

LPG lipomassage combines well with all body treatments and even official studies have shown that it helps through the activation of lymphatic circulation in both cryolipolysis and body mesotherapy and Venucian Carboxytherapy.

The result: Thin and fine body with soft and firm skin

It mobilizes the entire lymphatic system of the body and contributes to good health and better appearance.


increases lymphatic flow and 400% subcutaneous blood flow




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