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This summer, be bikini-ready when you slip into your suit with today's deal for three Endermologie Cellulite Reduction Treatments from Total Body Works Inc. for only $99. Recognized worldwide for more than 20 years, Endermologie is an advanced skin conditioning treatment that reduces the appearance of cellulite, contours the body giving you a slimmer, trimmer figure and improves skin tone. Besides its aesthetic results, Endermologie is also known to significantly increase circulation while stimulating fibroblasts of collagen and relieve sore muscles. Patients will wear a body stocking as the patented mechanized device equipped with motorized rollers and regulated suction massages over problem ones. The device expels toxins that cause irregularities like cellulite in the skin. Each 30-minute session is quick, painless and feels soothing and invigorating, similar to a massage. Total Body Works Inc. boasts the professional talents of the area's top post-liposuction treatment and endermologie specialist. With hundreds of smooth, satisfied customers, the results of Total Body Works' treatments speak for themselves. Don't fret Bikini Season. Suit up without a worry with a little help from Total Body Works.
Before you even begin to think about your naughty and nice list, give yourself a gift that will make any season cheery and bright with today's deal from Total Body Works: Pay $129 for a consultation and three body-contouring Endermologie treatments, (regularly $315). Or for $45, get one treatment (regularly $105). Using a combination of motorized rollers and gentle suction, these treatments help to temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite, relieve muscle aches and pains, and relax muscle spasms. These 30-minute noninvasive treatments were cleared by the FDA as an anti-cellulite massage. Head to this center located inside Bellaire Massage Therapy just outside the Loop for this simple process that could give you a little more confidence while slipping into that little black holiday dress -- or bustling through all those crowded shopping aisles -- this year.