Unlike trendy crumpled-paper background textures, cellulite-holding skin not ironed out smoothly is as cool as finding the last bit of milk in the work refrigerator (yay!) and then realising it’s gone sour (awww). Straighten out your skin with today’s Groupon: 3 Ceya 3000 firming treatments for 2 areas for R840 at La Beauté Endermologie and Wellness.
Rather than subject you to the horror of a strict dieting regime calling for you to touch your toes while drinking a four litre jug of some lemon-and-lime-slash-cola like liquid, the CEYA 3000 firming treatment employs the use of radio waves. Apart from encouraging a near-supernatural connection to current pop stars like Katy Perry or Miles Davis, the radio wave treatment provides clients with a non-surgical firming treatment option using non-invasive procedures. A passive treatment, the Ceya 3000 is a nifty piece of equipment able to administer mini face-lifts, firming and lifting on bust and buttocks as well as orange peel and cellulite reduction.
Amongst a host of other body-pleasing treats, the machine also encourages the production of collagen providing users with firmer-looking skin. Unlike cakes than pretend to rise, then flop as soon as their treatments are completed, all Ceya 3000 sessions have an immediate effect on the skin that lasts approximately three weeks, leaving it smooth and rejuvenated after the first 20-minute session. All that is required thereafter is a few maintenance sessions with the skilled therapists and a sunny summer to show off a bod more smokin’ hot than Santa’s favourite chimney.
Body firmed up and the equivalent of “beach-ready”, your bathing costume will beckon a fitting, while your air conditioner plays along to a sunny Christmas in August setting.
Slimming Fact: In an old brochure on one of those London buses, a small blurb highlights the pros and cons of swinging on a tire swing. One of the pros is that if pushed at least 250 metres high, the adrenaline rush in the person on board reaches levels so high that centimetres are likely to be lost.