The Ballancer Anti-Ageing Body Massage Systems - Really Ree
By Ree

The Ballancer Anti-Ageing Body Massage Systems

19 May 2012 (Updated: 20 May 2014)

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This week I went to a fun launch where I found out all about The Ballancer, an anti-ageing body massage system that can be used to relieve a number of different body issues including cellulite, poor circulation, water retention and more.
The Ballancer is a state of the art system that centres around the proven principles of manual lymphatic drainage and the best thing about it is, you don’t need to do anything.
It isn’t one of those treatments where you have to stop eating carbs, do exercise and avoid alcohol to allow any results to be seen (although you can if you wish), you can just add it in to life as you know it.
The Ballancer originated from the medical field and has been shown to give real results cellulite, skin firmness and tone – with you not having to do a thing. You lay back, get zipped up into the trousers and relax.
I had a session at the launch event and it felt incredible. It really got my circulation moving, my muscles relaxing and I felt really clear-headed after. There are 24 over-lapping air cells which deliver equal pressure to each part of the treatment area during a choice of massage programmes.
Lymph liquid is guaranteed to flow, flushing toxins out of the system and encouraging oxygenated blood to flow to the skin. It works wonders for people who suffer with lymphoedema.
I have to say I would kill for this after a flight when water retention means wobbly ankles and attractive sausage toes!
For more information on all the benefits, uses and booking treatments (which range from £40 for an hour session) visit www.bodybrilliantltd.com
Ree
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