For decades, doctors have prescribed compression garments to increase circulation, reduce water retention and swelling. Many believe that cellulite is caused by poor circulation in fat cells. Thus, by utilizing circulation-enhancing principles, Solidea shapewear effectively reduces cellulite's appearance as it tones and defines.
It's medical grade compression. Garments must provide an even amount of compression throughout their structure and meet a minimum compression level, measured in mmHg to be considered "medical grade." Most medical grade compression garments are 12 mmHg or higher.
What it does:
1. Designed to boost circulation in thighs and legs, reducing the appearance of cellulite while reshaping and redefining curves.
2. Optimizes athletic performance: The compressing action actually reduces fatigue, improves muscle endurance, strength and power.
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What it does:
Naturally resculpt and reshape trouble spots without surgery every time you work out. Combines micro massage fabric and medical grade compression design to reduce cellulite, trim inches, refine curves instantly.
An independent clinical study of 100 participants was conducted by a leading Italian doctor on the effectiveness of Solidea's Active Massage Shapewear. Here's what real women had to say about the benefits of Active Massage Shapewear:
88% of participants noticed a visible reduction of cellulite
97% saw a positive toning, slimming effect on the body
62% said it gave them a revitalizing massage sensation
36% said it aided significantly in size reduction of their hips & thighs
92% felt it provided a firm feeling of support
77% reported it produced a sense of new strength, fitness and health
24% believed it increased fluid removal and reduced swelling and water retention
*Clinical study conducted on 100 women, average age of 35, in a 4-week test