Last week I posted about my initial experience with cupping massage on my legs. I’m still amazed at how well this technique can isolate tender areas and work to breakdown lymphatic congestion.
Several of my fellow cellulite investigators are testing the efficacy of this procedure along with me. As you can see from their comments below, I’m not the only one who thinks cupping has potential as a cellulite cure.
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I bought one Chinese cupping vacuum glass cup with a kind of vacuum ‘bulb’ on the top. I’ve used it about 5 times now and really think that this is working. I’ve tried LOTS of other things – you name it I’ve tried it. Was thinking of doing Endermologie but I think the cupping is doing the job anyway. I can highly recommend trying this as it’s cheap, effective and you can do this yourself at home.
I can’t believe how well it’s working. The added bonus is that my skin also seems to be more toned – really weird but my skin is smoother and more toned and the deep crevices of cellulite that I had are starting to be less ‘crater like’. I’ve not seen anything work so well before and I’ve tried lots in the past. I’ve tried massage, G5 massage, no needle mesotherapy, and the CACI toning and lymphatic draining – spent quite a lot over the years and none of it made any difference. I’m so glad that I joined your web site and read about the cupping massage
My cupping for cellulite has been a bit sidetracked for the moment due to the fact that I am using the cups to work on my calves. Our calves, for some reason, can be a huge storage facility for our emotions. And when they are, our calves become very tender. In time, masses form. I used to think they were muscular in nature, but now I’m convinced that the lymph system plays a major (if not a complete) role in these “masses”. I’ve been using the cups to break down these masses and they are working. These masses, by the way, are very tender as well and no amount of massaging would remove them – massage would only temporarily ease the discomfort. With the breakdown, the tenderness is dimishing. So, huge gains in this department. I have also started using the cups on my upper arms as well for the same reason. They are freeing up deeply and long-standing restrictions, that’s for sure! I use a lot of suction power and just let the cups sit there.
I recently learned about cupping and I’ve have had a cyst on my face for a long time. I’ve tried so many different creams, lotions, sulfur, and spent so much money on trying to get this thing to go away. Since it is actually on top of the skin and flesh colored I thought I’d try cupping it. I got a dobber bottle that used to have antibiotic in it that was easy to squeeze and right diameter and started using it. It’s actually working to reduce the size of it. I’m even more amazed at the fact it doesn’t leave a huge hicky on my face. This has caused me to become a firm believer in the technique.
Have you ever tried cupping massage? Please share your thoughts on the experience in the comments below. And don’t forget to enter our giveaway to win a free set of Bellabaci cups!
Thanks for stopping by The Cellulite Investigation. Things are a little quite around here at the moment. I’m taking an extended break as I get married and settle into married life and a new home. Don’t worry, I’ll be back soon!