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Cupping Therapy

Cupping, or Vacuum, Therapy is a non-invasive and gentle treatment that has gained popularity for its numerous health and aesthetic benefits. Using specialized cups, this procedure creates a gentle suction on the skin, promoting increased blood circulation and lymphatic flow, which can lead to a range of positive effects.

TREATMENT OVERVIEW
Clock
Duration
45 minutes
Regeneration
Recovery
A few hours
Laser
Recommendation
6 sessions
Massage
Side effects
Mild soreness
Massage
Discomfort
Intense suction
Skin Care
Expectation
Toned body, plump glutes
Clock
Duration
45 minutes
009 Regeneration 1 1
Recovery
A few hours
008 Laser 1
Recommendation
6 sessions
007 Skin Care 1
Expectation
Toned body, plump glutes
009 Massage 3
Side effects
Mild soreness
008 Massage 2
Discomfort
Intense suction

How It Works

There are three different methods of cupping, including:

Dry Cupping: The traditional method uses suction without any additional substances.

Wet Cupping: After dry cupping, the cups are removed, and small incisions are made on the skin to draw out a small amount of blood. This is to further promote detoxification.

Massage Cupping: Cups are applied with oil, and the aesthetician uses them to massage the body, combining the benefits of cupping with the benefits of massage.

Benefits

What It Treats

Our Client Experience

Cupping Therapy FAQs

Cupping therapy is generally not painful, but you may feel a mild pulling or tugging sensation as the cups create suction on your skin.

Cupping therapy offers various benefits, including improved blood circulation, pain relief, muscle relaxation, and potential detoxification. In addition, certain body parts, like your glutes, may look fuller, lifted, and more “bubbly”.

Some common side effects may include very light bruising, skin discoloration, or mild soreness, which usually fade within a few days.

Cupping therapy may help in reducing the appearance of cellulite by improving blood flow and stimulating collagen production in the treated areas.

Cupping therapy is generally safe for most individuals. However, it may not be suitable for those with certain medical conditions or during pregnancy.

After a cupping session, it is essential to keep the treated areas clean and moisturized. Drinking plenty of water can help flush out toxins released during the therapy.