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BelleCore bodybuffers apply powerful mechanical forces to targeted areas, providing a vigorous, penetrating, deep-tissue massage and exfoliation experience.
What makes our devices so effective? A patented technology using random orbital oscillation.
Simply put, our bodybuffers simultaneously spin and zigzag back and forth, sending constant, concentrated energy into treated areas. This oscillating massage boosts blood and lymphatic flow, stimulates collagen formation and stretches fibrous tissues to improve elasticity – creating multiple benefits for your appearance and promoting a feeling of well-being.
How Bodybuffing Helps Diminish the Appearance of Cellulite
Healthy dermal bridges or fibrous bands keep necessary fat stores contained deep under the skin. However, when these bridges lose their elasticity and stiffen, fat cells can start to swell and bulge. The bridges remain tethered, creating an inner structural collapse noticed externally as the puckering and lumpiness of cellulite.
BelleCore bodybuffers’ random orbital oscillation action stretches those dermal bridges and stimulates collagen reorganization, improving elasticity and reducing the puckering seen on the skin’s surface. This Bodybuffing massage action increases blood flow and lymphatic drainage in treated areas – enhancing the body’s natural detoxification processes and shrinking swollen fatty tissues, which results in smoother-looking skin.
How Bodybuffing Improves Muscle Performance, Recovery
Using a BelleCore bodybuffer before a workout is a great way to kick-start circulation, heat up muscular tissues and loosen up any tight spots – prepping the massaged muscles for exercise.
After a long day and/or after training, a bodybuffing session eases muscular tension and soreness. The deep-tissue massage action enhances overall blood flow to the muscles – helping to flush out soreness causing lactic acid and toxins. And, ahhh…it feels wonderful, too!
The bodybuffers are effective, powerful muscle massagers for athletes such as runners, dancers, cyclists, Pilates and yoga enthusiasts, whose demands of daily routines and training invariably lead to intra-muscular build up of metabolic waste such as lactic acid, resulting in prolonged muscle soreness. When this waste is removed, recovery is accelerated and performance goes up.
The bodybuffers strong vibrations can penetrate the deep soft tissues, small and large muscle groups, enhance blood and lymphatic flow and thereby help dissipate metabolic waste products. For best results, use the bodybuffer before and after workout routines on a relaxed muscle: Different positions will allow you to relax the individual muscle groups targeted.
Using the bodybuffer to prep and warm-up the muscles pre-exercise will not put stress on the joints that traditional stretching exercise does during a warm-up routine. The bodybuffers deep vibrating action focuses directly on the muscles – not sensitive joints – flooding the tissue with warm, fresh blood. Using the bodybuffers after exercise flushes metabolic waste/lactic acid build up out of the muscles with fresh oxygenated blood correcting the electrolyte balance. The lymphatic system is also stimulated which helps to dissipate edema/abnormal swelling.
How Bodybuffing Reduces Edema, Helps Speed Recovery
Edema (swelling) is a frequent side effect of prolonged sitting or standing. Treating affected areas with a BelleCore bodybuffer can help soften tissues and speed away built-up fluids and toxins. The combination of massage action + increased blood/lymphatic flow invigorates the body’s natural cleansing processes. Bodybuffing is also a great stress reducer. Cultivating a calm, relaxed body promotes a sense of well-being.
How Bodybuffing Creates Silky, Soft Skin
BelleCore bodybuffers are ideal exfoliation tools. The device’s whirling oscillation whisks away rough, dead skin cells, revealing fresher, smoother skin. Applying our Après Contouring Crème after bodybuffing ensures a velvety soft finish.