The Stel­lar trial

Pres­sure ther­apy

Sunday Herald Sun - Stellar - - Beauty -

Con­tem­po­rary life­styles mean more time in front of com­put­ers than ever be­fore. Poor cir­cu­la­tion from be­ing seden­tary re­sults in slug­gish lym­phatic drainage, fluid re­ten­tion, cel­lulite and lethargy.

The Sorisa Pre­sor-03 ma­chine tar­gets all these by ap­ply­ing pres­sure to your body in waves. The client lies pros­trate, a Miche­lin Man-like “suit” wrapped around tummy and legs. The at­tached ma­chine in­flates and de­flates the suit’s air pock­ets for up to 30 min­utes, cre­at­ing a tin­gling sen­sa­tion as it kick­starts cir­cu­la­tion, re­duc­ing wa­ter re­ten­tion in­stantly. More im­por­tantly, en­ergy will be re­stored.

If your main aim is to com­bat soft cel­lulite, sched­ule one to two ses­sions per week for a course of eight to 10 vis­its.

where to go...

MELBOURNE Hale ‘O’ Nails And Beauty, 1C Rose St, Ar­madale, (03) 9824 7913, ha­le­on­ail­sand­beauty.com.au, from $45

SYD­NEY SK Skin, 504a Vic­to­ria Rd, Ryde, (02) 9809 5088, skskin­clin­ic­dayspa.com.au, $65 BRIS­BANE Milque Spa, Shop 5, 1 Dan St, Ca­pal­aba, (07) 3245 2211, milquespa.com.au, $99

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