Pressotherapy in Vercelli

Pressotherapy treatment and infrared mask

Il Ciuffo Beauty Centre

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Do you know pressotherapy?

Pressotherapy is a treatment performed to remove the liquids stagnant.

Pressotherapy, in fact, is designed to improve the drainage lymphatic system and is practised in cases of water retention, cellulite and problems with the circulatory system.

At Beauty Centre The Ciuffo di Vercelli uses the latest generation of machinery combined with technologies such as the infrared led mask.

What is it for?

This treatment can produce improvements in cases of oedema, swelling, water retention and skin imperfections.

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How does it work?

Thanks to external pressure, the equipment used acts on the venous and lymphatic circulation in an attempt to make it more efficient.


During a pressotherapy session, the device performs a kind of massage mechanic.

Thanks to thedraining effect the treatment helps eliminate excess fluid and tone the tissues

Pressotherapy to combat cellulite

Thanks to this process, it is possible to fight cellulite and improve water retention problems.

You reduce extra inches and reshape your silhouette.

La pressotherapy is a medical and aesthetic treatment that improves the performance of the circulatory and lymphatic systems in those who undergo it.
It finds several uses:

  • combat cellulite blemishes;
  • reduce water retention from lymphoedema;
  •  redefining certain parts of the body (usually the legs);
  • stimulate the elimination of toxic substances from the body;
  • promote the slimming of certain body parts.

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