Lipolytic oil for exclusive use in maderotherapy
We present an exclusive oil for maderotherapy massages aimed at fighting cellulite and eliminating fat. In addition, this oil has unique properties that improve the elasticity of your skin.
Anti-cellulite, modelling or reducing massage
When working on an anti-cellulite, shaping or reducing massage, we take into account 3 factors, depending on whether the cellulite is soft or hard.
Lipolytic oil for soft cellulite
Soft cellulite occurs when we retain fluid and the oedema that clogs the area makes natural lymph drainage difficult.
There are often previous circulatory disorders and weakness of the vein walls. To eliminate this extravasation of fluids, we must transport the fat to the outlets via the lymphatic system, such as the liver or kidneys, carry out massages with our maderotherapy tools and use lipolytic oils that improve the flow of these fats and the functioning of the lymphatic system.
Use of lipolytic oil for denser cellulite
When dealing with denser and tougher fatty nodules, this can cause sensitivity. Therefore, when performing a maderotherapy treatment, it is very important to use oil to improve the quality of the massage, minimise pain, etc.
Reducing oil in orange peel
One of the most widely used treatments to reduce cellulite or sagging due to lack of skin structure is maderotherapy, which improves the lack of firmness with the vitamins contained in this lipolytic oil.
Formula of our lipolytic oil
We blend carrier oils such as almond oil and purple grapeseed oil that provide fatty acids, vitamins and minerals that improve skin elasticity and firmness.
Purple Grape Seed Oil
In wood therapy, we use this oil because it has antioxidant properties, with resveratrol improving hydration and restructuring of the dermis.
Maderotherapy oil 100% Spanish origin
The oils we use are of national origin thanks to the quality of our raw materials, whose proximity and proximity reduce the impact on the environment and improve the national market.
Vegetable oils: almond and purple grape
In aromatherapy, vegetable oils from the area where you are staying are recommended, as they have more to do with our bodies.
Important essential oils in wood therapy.
For our lipolymphatic oil we use a high concentration, suitable for use in wood therapy massages, it is not recommended for daily use but for professional treatments.
The essential oils we use improve tissue cleansing, moisture retention and support the lymphatic system and oedema. These are Virginia Cedar and Lemon.
Virginia red cedar
Our lipolytic oil contains this essential oil in its formula, as it helps the body to remove residue and activate the lymphatic system to fight fat accumulation.
Essential oils we work with
Citrus fruits such as grapefruit and organic lemon, cinnamon cassia which has a thermogenic effect. Cypress and lemon help reduce oedema and improve venous capillaries.
Finally, the key is the essential oil of Spanish rosemary, a tonic that supports the metabolism and improves the properties of the rest of the oils. It also strengthens skin tissue and makes maderotherapy more effective, resulting in improvement of the vascular walls.
Precautions of our massage oil
Not recommended for pregnant women and people being treated for cancer.
Grapefruit and lemon are photosensitising oils, so it is recommended not to expose the skin to the sun in the hours after the massage.