Cavi-Lipo Liquifies Your Cellulite

Our Cavi-Lipo Aids in Body Sculpting and Contouring

The Cavi-Lipo service is a non-invasive, fat reduction system, that helps clients remove cellulite in those stubborn, unwanted areas, by breaking down fat cells and liquefying them.    

When clients schedule a Cavi-lipo treatment, it’s generally because they are looking to physically flush their body fat percentage before building their muscle percentage.  The Cavi-lipo treatment reduces the adipose tissue pockets in whatever area they consider an issue:

  • If it’s thighs, usually clients desire the treatment to be more concentrated on slimming the thighs, so their butt pops and they get rid of cellulite.  
  • If it’s the tummy area, that’s where we hold our cortisol and that makes the fat more stubborn.  

What’s Discussed in the Cavi-Lipo Body Consultation?

Before you schedule an appointment, you’ll need to schedule a body consultation where we’ll review the treatment steps:

  1. We start with the RF therapy (high frequency – that ringing the client hears, but the technician doesn’t).  It ruptures  the fat tissue and burst the adipose tissue into smaller particles.
  2. We then come behind it with the high frequency therapy, (keep in mind, these steps are in conjunction with the Cavi-lipo and not part of the Cavi-lipo) the high frequency therapy will liquify the fat and start to flow to the lymphatic system.
  3. Then when we get to the Cavi-lipo, all those cool lasers, do is (they are considered cool lasers because they don’t cut into the skin) make the process of it flowing through the lymphatic drainage system and out your urethra – easier.  This way, you flush more fat because as it sits, it will reaccumulate and swell in the body – so you need to flush that out as quickly and as soon as possible. 

How long before I see results?

We have some clients who come in expecting us to have a magic pill, of course that’s not how this works.  With the Cavi-Lipo, you’ll generally see 1-2 inches lost, but it usually takes a series of 6 – 9 treatments before you see about 5 lbs. gone.  With the treatments in  30 – 45 minute sessions, it limits the amount of fat that can be ruptured.  Then you still need the kinetic energy and to maximize the results, you need your body to stay in motion.

However, if you have really chunky cellulite which is pinched adipose tissue between connective tissue, the Cavi-lipo will smooth that out and usually after about the 6th treatment, it’ll stay smooth.  And if you have the treatments and then you’re in the gym, and you’re reducing your adipose tissue, at the same time we’re flushing your adipose tissue, you may only need 3 treatments and you’ll see it.  

Our Cavi-Lipo Services, you can schedule 3, 6, or 9 Treatments:

Cavi Tummy Reduction

Cavi  Butt Reduction

Cavi Back Treatment

*Some people choose their arms because they don’t like the “bat wings,” but even with the bat wings, the results are dependent on if there’s fat in there, or if it’s just loose skin.  

What you need depends entirely on the results you are seeking and your body fat percentage. For example, if you’re smaller and within the 14-24% body fat range, you should see results quickly, within 3 treatments and you’ll be chiseled and loving it. However,  if you’re in the 30 – 46 %  or higher body fat range, you’ll need more treatments to see and feel the results.  You also need to pair it with cardio at home, the saunas that we do, services that will help get your metabolism going to flush those fat particles quicker.  

I hope this was helpful.  For more information about our services or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please feel free to schedule with us on our website: www.estheticsbypbrown.com.  If you have any questions about skincare, please feel free to call us at (615) 884 – 6744 or email us at estheticsbypbrown@yahoo.com.

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As always, we look forward to hearing from you…


Anti-Aging Pumpkin Spice Latte Soap

We’re Introducing our Pumpkin Spice Latte Soap

Fall is on the way and what everyone looks forward to during Fall is Pumpkin Spice.  No matter where you go, pumpkin spice has already arrived.  At Esthetics by P Brown, we are giving you a reason to look forward to Fall too.  We are introducing our Pumpkin Spice Latte soap. 

Our Pumpkin Spice Latte Soap is an excellent exfoliant. 

Goat milk is in the base, and includes many benefits:  

  • Hydrating
  • Prevents fine lines and wrinkles.  
  • Gentle for cleansing. 
  • Rich in nutrients and therefore helps with dry skin.
  • Natural exfoliant and contains AHA, Alpha Hydroxy Acids.
  • Contains Lactic acid, which makes it great for sensitive skin.  

Our Pumpkin Spice Latte Soap contains pumpkin.  

There are many benefits to using pumpkin on the skin:

  • It’s loaded with antioxidants which include vitamins A, C, and E.  They help fight sun damage, wrinkles, and aging.  
  • The vitamin C also is firming and helps build collagen.
  • Includes Zinc which contains an anti-inflammatory agent.  
  • Incudes carotenoids that reduces the skin’s oxidative damage.  
  • Includes AHA, Alpha Hydroxy Acids that assist with the exfoliation. 

Our Pumpkin Spice Latte Soap is a great addition to your skincare routine; it helps fight aging by replacing your skin cells with new ones.  You see, as we age, our skin loses elasticity (bounce back), therefore, the combination of the pumpkin and the goat milk gives your skin the hydration and vitamins needed to effectively combat the aging process.  So, be sure to order your bar today. 

For more information about our Pumpkin Spice Latte Soap or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please feel free to schedule with us on our website: www.estheticsbypbrown.com.  If you have any questions about skincare, please feel free to call us at (615) 884 – 6744 or email us at estheticsbypbrown@yahoo.com.

Also, remember to follow us on social media:
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As always, we look forward to hearing from you…


Our Sleepy Thyme Soap Soothes Your Slumber

Esthetics by P Brown Sleepy Thyme Soap

This soap leads the competition amongst all other night-time bars.  You’ll want to bathe with it closer to nighttime or closer to bedtime.  I created this soap mostly because I needed something that would help with my sleep.  

Sleepy Thyme Soap Includes Melatonin

Melatonin is being added to various products; you don’t have to look far to find it.  While you can take the tablets, it’s gentle enough for kids to the point that you may even see it added to bubble bath for infants and toddlers.

Melatonin is a natural sleep hormone that your body produces to send you into REM sleep.   Therefore, melatonin’s main job is to regulate our sleep and awake cycles. If you are a person who has difficulty sleeping, it’s probable that your melatonin levels are low especially since our natural melatonin production declines with age.  Melatonin makes sure that once you go to sleep, you get that deep, restful sleep.  

Sleepy Thyme Soap Helps you Feel Good

Thyme is an herb from the mint family, it’s packed with vitamin C, vitamin A and has a mood boosting active substance that makes you feel good.  Thyme is an antibacterial; it helps destroy infectious bacteria which makes it an added benefit during Covid-10. 

Of course the lavender helps with relaxation and then the other two main ingredients aim to make you feel well and sleep well.  We’ve had so many positive reviews from those who took home a sample that we are struggling to keep the shelves stocked.  

For more information about our Sleepy Thyme soap or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please feel free to schedule with us on our website: www.estheticsbypbrown.com.  If you have any questions about the soap or skincare, please feel free to call us at (615) 884 – 6744 or email us at estheticsbypbrown@yahoo.com.

Also, remember to follow us on social media:
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As always, we look forward to hearing from you…


MASSAGE- INDULGENCES OR NECESSITY

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Every now and then we all need a special treat. Here are some of my favorite indulgences, and I’ll go out on a limb to suggest that I’m probably not alone on some of these:

-A big piece of cheese cake ( with raspberry preserves oozing over the sides).
-An evening with a silly movie or two
-A massage.

How many indulgences can you think of that don’t have profoundly negative consequences on your waistline, your time management, or your credit card bill? How many luxuries can you think of that both promote health and improve productivity?
These motives might be determined by the setting in which massage is delivered. It seems reasonable to think that massage in a spa or resort might be viewed as a luxury, while massage in a multidisciplinary clinic–maybe along with a session of physical therapy or a chiropractic adjustment–would be viewed as a medical treatment. In actuality, the recipients of massage don’t always make that distinction. Lots of people go to their spa therapists for help with sometimes complex medical conditions, and those in medical clinics often view their post-physical-therapy bodywork session as a reward for their hard work.

Some have come to massage because of injuries and found unexpected blessings in their situations. While many first-time massage clients have become acquainted with massage because of referrals from health professionals, there’s no need to wait for an injury to prompt you into forming the massage habit.
For some people, massage and bodywork are a critical part of their health and wellness strategy–an idea medical professionals are increasingly embracing. In a recent online survey, massage devotees talked about their commitment to regular massage therapy. These folks find a way to afford it, regardless of other demands on their resources.

I would suggest that the distinction between indulging in a massage as a treat and using it for stress relief is pretty fuzzy. And as someone who has made a career out of studying where massage fits for people dealing with chronic and acute illnesses, I can say with confidence that the line between massage for stress management and massage for a medical condition is practically invisible. The central point here is that massage is a powerful health-care modality, regardless of whether it is being delivered in a spa, a franchise, a home, or a clinic.
Massage is consistently among the most popular and sought-after complementary health-care interventions, perhaps because it has such great potential for providing a soothing oasis in our jangled, tangled lives. People are increasingly interested in taking good care of themselves without invasive procedures. Massage offers a multitude of benefits without using knives, needles, or drugs, but that doesn’t mean a massage therapist can “fix” or even successfully “treat” everything.

In all this discussion of massage and health, it is important to understand that your massage therapist is not a doctor. We cannot diagnose your rash, or prescribe which antibiotic to take for your sinus infection. In some states, licensing laws dictate that we cannot even recommend what stretches or exercises might serve you best as you deal with muscular issues. What your massage therapist can do is offer you excellent advice for your own care. If your therapist says you need to see a doctor about that funny-looking mark on your skin, it’s a good idea to go. If your therapist says your rash is probably nothing, but it might be contagious, please listen, and have it checked out. If your therapist suggests that because of whatever health challenges you have today, Swedish or deep-tissue massage might not be in your best interest, I encourage you to trust her or his judgment–it comes from a place of caring.

This is a hectic world. None of us has time or money to throw away–we want to derive the best value we can with whatever we do. So, while you’re getting ready for your massage, do yourself and your therapist the favor of sharing the information that will allow you to get absolutely the very best massage she or he is able to give. Then relax and know that this is a treat, but it is also an investment in your well-being that will benefit you to your core.
Be Blessed
Marjorie Lentsch LMT