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London's First Science-Based Cellulite Massage Guarantees Results for London's Cellulite Sufferers
Date:3/26/2009

rs with long-lasting results - not just quick fixes. If combined with the free, personalised diet and exercise plan Georgios offers to his clients the results can be impressive, because fat released by the fat cells on the treated areas are oxidised (burned) by the body and do not get redeposited in the tissues.

Despite the impressive science background Georgios tries to offer a down-to-earth, hype-free service to his clients, avoiding unjustified high charges and exaggerated claims about overnight miracles. This is in contrast to hyped-up, expensive gimmicks such as laser, ultrasound and mesotherapy. Clients are not charged GBP150 per area, instead they are charged GBP80 per hour for a treatment that effectively covers the whole leg, buttocks, hips and calves, making this treatment very accessible and recession-friendly. No claims about permanent results in 2-3 sessions are made because for cellulite this is simply impossible. Typically a course of 12 sessions is recommended.

One would expect such a female-focused therapy to be offered by a female therapist. However, due to the intensive nature of this massage, a male therapist with more strength and stamina is in fact more appropriate to offer this treatment. After 10 years, 1,000 clients and 10,000 treatments Georgios feels absolutely confident to provide such a female-oriented treatment in the most natural and professional manner, helping his customers feel that they are "in good hands" in minutes.

Georgios' clients do not just receive a mere massage. This is arguably the only cellulite-specific massage in London that includes cellulite-specific nutritional advice during every treatment, as well as accurate answers to every question about cellulite, skin firming, fluid retention and circulation. Clients can feel confident that they receive treatment by a therapist who specialises only in this field - not in waxing, nails, electrolysis etc. All tre
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