Benefits of sculpting massage
A boost in blood circulation and collagen production
Lessened appearance of cellulite (usually after a few treatments and when paired with other lifestyle changes)
Breaks down fatty tissue
By boosting collagen production, this energetic massage can help improve circulation and minimise the appearance of cellulite.
“Some people don’t get it, some aren’t bothered by it and others embrace it,” says lead therapist Nadège. “But if you would like to tackle it, a sculpting massage can help.
“This treatment uses firm pressure and fast movements with cupping techniques and rolling to get the blood flowing, break down cellulite and smooth things out.”
During your treatment
Before your treatment, your therapist will check which parts of your body you’d like them to focus on.
They may use a brush to get the blood flowing, before using oil to apply quick, firm movements onto your skin focusing on the areas you’ve highlighted.
Since it’s a vigorous treatment, you’ll come away feeling lighter and a little more awake, too.
Questions before your
Download the Urban app to chat directly with your therapist after booking. You can ask them about the treatment, their Covid-19 safety measures or share parking info.
More info on sculpting massage
Yes – body sculpting massages are an effective way to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
No – this is a hands-on massage treatment performed directly onto the skin with oil. Therapists use specific massage techniques to lessen the appearance of cellulite, with no machines necessary.
No – this is a treatment for smoothing out cellulite on parts of the body. Face sculpting massage uses different techniques, which this treatment doesn’t cover.
No – try booking a specialist pregnancy massage.
To keep you and your therapist safe, it’s important to hold off on getting a massage if you’re unwell with a fever or flu-like symptoms, or if you have a contagious skin disease. Therapists have the right to cancel your treatment if they think it will harm you or them in any way.
If you have a health condition and you’re not sure about booking a massage, consult your GP for advice beforehand.