04-14-2006, 03:06 PM
I don't really plan on trying this because it seems to be pretty expensive and I think even if you see results that you have to keep receiving treatments to keep those results but I keep seeing advertisements for it in my local coupon clipper and was wondering if the before/after pictures are really ture. From what I understand it uses a type of hose hooked up to a machine to create suction to provide stimulation and pressure to tissues beneath the skin. It's suppossed to feel like a massage and breaks up fat pockets, improving the appearance of cellulite and giving a more tone look. It also claims that most people experience inch lost after 6-9 sessions or something like that. One of the most popular gyms in my area now provides synergie sessions. Anyway, just curious. Maybe if I have money some day it might be something to think about before a beach vacation!