LPG Endermolift - The Anti-Wrinkle and Anti-Aging Facial Treatment

LPG Endermolift Anti-Wrinkle Anti-Aging Facial Treatment
LPG Endermolift: Anti-Wrinkle and Anti-Aging Facial Treatment

Endermolift™: non-aggressive and effective anti-aging cellular stimulation LPG has developed a 100% natural, anti-aging ENDERMOLIFT technique for men and women of all ages. This technique replenishes the skin and attenuates the signs of aging, leaving your face looking radiant and rejuvenated.


ENDERMOLIFT is the only technique in the world capable of stimulating the natural synthesis of hyaluronic acid (+80%)*.


Endermolift™: a technique for men and women of all ages

  • Safely and sustainably tap into your skin's rejuvenation potential. An effective anti-aging solution that is both non-aggressive and 100% natural. The right balance between alternative medicine techniques that are too ineffective and techniques that are too aggressive and risky. Optimize the results of a cosmetic procedure (Botox, dermal fillers, facelift, peelings, mesotherapy, etc.) and prevent side effects.
  • A radiant face at any age.
  • Keep your face in shape, like you do with your body ("skin fitness").


Endermolift™ innovation 2013, for visible and lasting anti-aging results

The ENDERMOLIFT technique provides fast, visible results: radiance and anti-fatigue effect. The results amplify with each session, effectively eliminating wrinkles, firming contours, refining and reshaping your face, balancing out your complexion, and by and far improving your skin quality.


New 2013 patent:

  • 3x more cellular stimulation¹
  • Twice as effective for firmness, radiance and wrinkles²
  • Three times more effective on puffiness and the nasolabial zone²
  • Four times more effective for skin suppleness²

(1) Compared to LPG's previous Lift technology

(2) ENDERMOLIFT is the first and only technique in the world which has been scientifically proven to increase natural hyaluronic acid synthesis (+80%) – Source: Humbert study, 2013.


*One-of-a-kind scientific study involving facial biopsies performed on 20 subjects by the Dermatology Department at the University Hospital of Besancon, France under the supervision of Prof. Humbert, 2013. See the study on.

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