What is Synospheres?

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Synosheres is a technology that uses an innovative Compressive Micro Vibration system, a treatment that, through a roller device composed of 55 spheres, generates low-frequency, mechanical vibrations. This acts on improving local blood circulation and lymphatic drainage, reducing the appearance of cellulite. The treatment can be performed on the whole body or only the lower body. The treatment can tighten skin,  improve muscle tone, and reduce the appearance of cellulite and wrinkles. 

The treatment technique combats the appearance of cellulite, even in areas of the body where fatty deposits can build up and traditionally be tricky to remove. This build-up can occur on the arms, back, waist, abdomen, thighs, and buttocks. Synospheres can improve fatty deposits in these areas, leaving your body smooth and toned.

Cellulite affects 9 out of every 10 people – men and women. Cellulite occurs because of hypertrophy of fat cells and water retention. This is brought about by the presence of poor circulation. Our Synospheres treatment reduces cellulite by improving local blood circulation and smoothing the tissues in the problem areas.

Inefficient blood and lymphatic circulation can lead to discomfort. Synpspheres reactivates local blood circulation and activates the lymphatic system. The Compressive Micro Vibration method works gently on the tissue to tone and firm yielding remarkable results and a more youthful complexion.

Your Synospheres treatment will end with a 10-minute full body vibration training session. This assists in boosting circulation, toning muscles, and aiding in lymphatic activation.

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Synospheres Benefits


The pull action aids to tone the skin and reduce the appearance of cellulite.


Eliminates toxins and activates the lymphatic system.


Improves local blood circulation and nourishes tissue.


Improves tissue oxygenation and improves minor muscle aches and pains.

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