– for cellulite reduction –
Fascia is the system of connective tissue fibers that lay just under the surface of our skin. It is a highly organized mesh and its job is to attached, stabilize, enclose and separate muscles and internal organs.
The FasciaBlaster® is the only device on the market proving to break through fascia, the body’s connective tissue that can cause unsightly cellulite as well as restrict blood flow and nerve supply.
• Breaks up fascial adhesions
• Smooths out the fascial sheath below the skin
• Allows the body to take a more natural form
• Fat does not push through “dimpled sheath”
• Appearance of cellulite diminished or lessened
• Skin looks more vibrant
• Muscle definition shows through
What Is Included in a Fascia Blasting Treatment?
Fascia Blasting is taking the nation by storm. It’s the latest treatment for cellulite reduction and inch loss developed by Ashley Black. Are you Blasting?
At Lumiere Spa, our Fascia Blasting treatments are 75 minutes long – we start by heating up your body for 15 minutes in one of our infrared body wraps. Our expert technician will spend 60 minutes blasting your entire body, section by section, focusing on those areas of greatest concern. We typically use a warming Arnica oil that doesn’t easily soak into your body for our blasting, but we have an array of other massage and body oils, if you prefer.
We finish each section with the body contour to help flush the toxins from your body and to help tighten and smooth your skin and aid in the production of collagen.
Our treatment rooms are clean, as well as warm and cozy. And you’ll stay warm throughout because the infrared body wrap is always underneath you on the table. You’ll be amazed by the results you see.
Cellulite Reduction isn’t just for the rich and famous anymore! We’re seeing REAL RESULTS ON REAL PEOPLE! You’ll be amazed at what we can do for you.
What You Should Know About Fascia Blasting
During your first visit, you will be asked to complete new client forms and provide details of your current medical condition. If you currently have an auto-immune disease, blood clots, a recent cancer diagnosis (within the past 5 years), or diabetes, you are not a candidate for fascia blasting. If you have had a recent surgery, we recommend waiting a minimum of 12 weeks before you begin blasting. Your technician will review your current medical condition with you prior to treatment to make sure fascia blasting is the right treatment for you.
Fascia Blasting may cause bruising, especially if we are breaking through one of the fascial layers. Restoring fascia can mean bruises – but not always and not everyone bruises. The bruises are typically small and heal quickly. Occasionally you may have a large purplish bruise. It’s ok. Fascia restoration bruises are healthy, restorative and cleansing. Applications of Arnica or Vitamin K may help the bruises heal more quickly.
Fascia Blasting should not be painful. We try to make your fascia blasting treatment as comfortable as possible. We work through your fascia layers slowly, so that the experience isn’t painful. It isn’t uncommon, however, for you to feel sore afterwards!
Detox can be an issue. Blasting opens up tissue and whatever was stored in that tissue is released into your body. When toxins are released, you can experience any number of symptoms from rashes and bumps to flu like symptoms, to emotional detox. The body contour machine we use as part of our fascia blasting treatment help flush the toxins from your body, but it’s still possible that you can experience detox. It’s important to drink plenty of water to help your system flush the toxins out of your body. Soaking in epsom salts can also help your body detox. Your technician will provide you with additional detox tips during your treatments.
Consistency with fascia blasting is important. Just like exercise and eating right, if you aren’t keeping up with treatments, your body will rapidly return to its former condition. We recommend that your purchase a fascia blaster for use at home. We’ll do your full body blasting while you keep up with maintenance during the time between treatments.