Thermojet is a new treatment process that is compatible with your Synergie treatments. It is the fat burning process which is activated by the increased body temperature and metabolic rate. The increased thermolipolytic action of the infrared works from the deep fat layers to the superficial tissue layers (dermis). The combination process is what doctors are saying is WHAT works with cellulite delight areas.
I wouldn't want to do this.
The benefits of Pressotherapy
Improves circulation and venous problems (ex. varicose and spider veins)
Reduces bloating and swelling
Improves skin oxygenation
Relaxes the legs
Improves skin tone and firmness
Shapes the legs and reduces cellulite
This doesn't sound too appealing either.
You want to know my opinion? Hehe. Take the money it would cost to do one of these ridiculous treatments and buy some majorly kickass jogging gear. Awesome comfy shoes, clothes that feel good to be in. I recommend eating healthy and jogging. The problem is some people hate jogging or are really lazy, which i don't understand because it feels so liberating. If you'd rather use cardio machines, maybe spend the money of the treatments for a gym membership? You can also spend some of the money you would have spent on the treatments towards some really healthy raw foods you wouldn't normally buy because they are pricey, or just buy more of the healthy foods you usually buy.
To be honest, I think all of these treatments are gimmicks. You want to lose fat, feel sexy, look better? Eat right and get your blood flowing. it's the straight up master truth, nina. See how simple it is? we can't even believe it!
As for your wedding, is it July 2010? That's 2 1/2 months. Eat the right amount of cals and do 40-60 mins of cardio a day and I think you can realistically lose 22 lbs. or more. A healthy 1-2 pounds a week of fat, if you do it properly. If you do things naturally and take the time to do them you get amazing results.
If your wedding is July 2011, still do the healthy approach, you can lose over 50 lbs by July 2011.
Again, keep in mind that this is just my opinion
I have taken multiple nutrition and exercise training courses, so yes the old fashioned, hardworking way is true.