Lypossage® is the #1 Non-Surgical, All Natural, Body Contouring Therapy in the World!

Lypossage® is an all natural body contouring treatment that will help reshape your figure without invasive surgery. The treatment is a specific blend of massage modalities that derive from physical therapy, including lymphatic drainage and deep tissue release.

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The Lypossage® consultation is a 30 minute one-on-one session to address client goals, take pictures and measurements, and answer any questions about the procedure and treatment plan. We recommend that Lypossage® clients wear comfortable fitting undergarments as before, during, and after shots will need to be consistent and different undergarments may not show the full results of the program. It is important to note that for most clients, it takes 8-10 sessions before the results of the initial treatments become noticeable. After that, progress can often be quite dramatic.

Lypossage® can be performed on three areas of the body, known as zones. Lypossage™ Treatments cost $1895.00 for a series of 18 sessions over the course of 4-6 weeks per zone.  The zones are defined as follows:


Lypossage® Zone 1 (Legs, Hips & Buttocks) ~per session-$125

Zone 1 targets the lower body, including the hips, thighs, buttocks, and lower abdomen. Expected outcomes for this part of the body include dimension loss, structural improvements (posture and carriage), diminished look of cellulite, improved muscle tone, improved skin tone, cleansing of the lymphatic system, and improved circulation.


Lypossage® Zone 2 ((Stomach, Arms & Chest) ~per session-$125

Zone 2 targets the upper abdomen, back, décolleté (chest and neck area), and arms. This zone targets improving posture, dimension loss in the arms and abdomen, toning and firming of the bust area, and improving circulation and lymphatic flow in the upper body.


Lypossage® Zone 3 (Neck & Face) ~per session-$125

Zone 3 targets the head, neck, and face. This can provide quite dramatic results in lifting and toning sagging tissues in the lower face and neck, diminishing the appearance of wrinkles, and significantly improving skin tone and texture. This truly is a “natural” face lift.


Lypossage® is a research based treatment that delivers realistic results. Lypossage® cleanses the body of stagnant, stalled lymphatic fluid. The deeper Lypossage® strokes can break up adhesions under the skin that can contribute to the appearance of cellulite. It also can tone the muscles, lifting and firming sagging tissue. A diet rich in whole, organic foods and regular body movement will contribute to a terrific outcome. Avoiding foods containing refined sugars, preservatives, hormones, caffeine and salt, will keep your newly detoxified body in the best shape possible. Drinking significant amounts of water is also key to keeping the body hydrated and cleansed. Learn more about Lypossage® at


With your commitment of 18 sessions of 30 minutes each, you will achieve measurable results! To get started, schedule a private consultation today with your Certified Lypotherapist™, Kimberly Reynolds.

Finally, An All Natural Body Contouring, Cellulite Treatment that Delivers Measurable Results!


What Is Cellulite & What Causes It?


Cellulite is a term used to describe the dimpled appearance of skin caused by fat deposits that are just below the surface of the skin. It generally appears on skin in the abdomen, lower limbs, and pelvic region, and it usually occurs after puberty and is considered a body change that is part of becoming an adult female.
In the Medical Community Cellulite is also known as adiposis edematosa, dermopanniculosis deformans, status protrusus cutis, and gynoid lipodystrophy.


In Common Language Cellulite is referred to as the orange peel syndrome, cottage cheese and dimpling.

Cellulite Is Often Classified Using 3 Grades:

    • Grade 1: This classification sees no clinical symptoms, but a microscopic examination of cells from the area detects underlying anatomical changes.
  • Grade 2: This look of cellulite requires the skin to show pallor (pastiness), be lower temperature (cold to the touch), and have decreased elasticity.
  • Grade 3:   This look of cellulite has visible roughness of the skin (like an orange peel) along with all grade 2 signs. The look of Cellulite occurs in both men and women, but it is much more common in women because their structure.


What Causes Cellulite?

The causes of cellulite are not well understood, but there are several theories that have been put forth as explanations. Among these are:

      • Hormonal factors – hormones likely play an important role in cellulite development. Many believe estrogen, insulin, noradrenaline, thyroid hormones, and prolactin are part of the cellulite production process.
  • Genetics – certain genes are required for cellulite development. Genes may predispose an individual to particular characteristics associated with cellulite, such as gender, race, slow metabolism, distribution of fat just underneath the skin, and circulatory insufficiency.
  • Diet – people who eat too much fat, carbohydrates or salt and too little fiber are likely to have greater amounts of cellulite.
  • Lifestyle factors – cellulite may be more prevalent in smokers, those who do not exercise, and those who sit or stand in one position for long periods of time.
  • Clothing – underwear with tight elastic across the buttocks (limiting blood flow) may contribute to the formation of cellulite.
How Can Cellulite Be Removed?  There are several therapies that have been suggested to remove cellulite, but all are still being analyzed for effectiveness by the western medical community.

Therapeutic Methods dealing with the look of Cellulite include physical or mechanical massagemachines, including pneumatic massages, massages that stimulate lymphatic flow (Lymph congestion is often confused with Cellulite as it “looks like” Cellulite) , heat therapy, ultrasound, radio frequency therapy, magnetic therapy, radial waves therapy, Endermologie, Lypossage® and electrical stimulation. However, while many of these methods show promise through anecdotal evidence the medical community is still testing many of these machines and modalities. G5®Lypossage esthetiques® Series of Massage Machines have FDA Approval for diminishing the look of cellulite. A second class of cellulite removal strategies consists of drugs that are supposed to act on fatty tissues. There is a wide variation of pharmacological agents used, such as methylxanthines (caffeine and theobromine), beta-agonists and adrenaline, alpha-antagonists, amino acids, ginkgo biloba, rutin, and Indian chestnut among others. People with cellulite have tried to apply these agents topically, orally, or by injection, but again most of the evidence is anecdotal.

How can cellulite be prevented?

Eating healthy, low fat foods such as fruits, vegetables, and fiber can help one to avoid cellulite. Similarly exercising regularly, abstaining from cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption, maintaining a healthy weight, and reducing stress are recommended to prevent cellulite. In addition wearing thongs, boy-shorts, or looser fitting undergarments can prevent cellulite that might form due to tight elastic. Special Clothing: Some people with cellulite wear special clothing called compression garments to reduce the appearance of cellulite. These garments try to compress arteries and increase blood and lymph flow to reduce visual cellulite. These methods work well with the look of Cellulite. This Lymph congestion or water retention can look like Cellulite and is much easier to treat. What Doesn’t Work: However, eating a healthful, balanced diet and exercising may be the best way to reduce the fat content in cells and reduce the appearance of cellulite. Cellulite reduction techniques such as liposuction and dieting actually do not remove cellulite.