CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- Jun 03, 2011 / (http://www.myprgenie.com) -- Bellabaci, a South African company based in Cape Town recently announced the international launch of their new and innovative "Bellabaci Cupping Therapy Massage Cup."
Traditional massage cups are made of glass or plastic. The Bellabaci cup is made of pliable and manipulative medical silicone enabling a user or provider unprecedented ease of use. As opposed to the tedious task of "heating" a glass cup prior to application one simply squeezes the silicone cup on application to a treatment area.
Another advantage of the Bellabaci cup is that it can be moved or "glided" over a treatment area, as opposed to a glass or plastic cup that is left stationery resulting in the blue/purple "bruising" marks associated with cupping therapy. The silicone cup alleviates bruising and at most, leaves a reddish glow to the skin that dissipates within a few hours.
Good news for women the world over, the Bellabaci cup is highly effective in treating, reducing and eliminating cellulite, the whole area can be treated in a suction massage, drawing oxygenated blood to the surface of the skin, providing the skin tissue with nutrients, breaking up waste in the fat cells, while simultaneously removing toxins from the body.
Keren Trabelsi, a spa owner and the patent holder of the Bellabaci Cup stated, "The Bellabaci Massage is, without doubt, one of the most effective treatments for reducing and eliminating cellulite, the suction from the cups stimulates the fibroblast cells to increase collagen and elastin production, and with improved blood circulation and lymphatic drainage the skin tone and texture is vastly improved. The same effects also help to keep the skin looking more youthful in general."
"The suction effect penetrates as deep as four inches into the body and lymphatic circulation improves by a staggering 300% for a period of 8-12 hours after a Bellabaci Massage," added Keren.
Because the cup can be moved over a larger area while still in vacuum, the benefits are more sustainable and comprehensive than traditional cupping. Massage therapists could adapt this cupping massage technique into their current treatment modalities.
The company, is seeking distributors and agents worldwide and interested parties are invited to contact; Derrick Z. Venter at email@example.com or (27) 072 105 9996 for details.