Bellabaci Cups

A small silicone massages used to perform vacuum massage. The regulated Bellabacci cup suction works on the connective tissue septa in the cellulite layer whilst improving micro-circulation to the tissues which floods the area with oxygen and nutrients. As the lymphatic flow is increased, the tissue detoxifies, eliminating waste, softening and elasticising the tissue as the bloated adiposities begin to burn their contents and shrink in size. This smooths out the dimples in the cellulite.

It can be used in the treatment of tight and sore muscles, digestive disorders, joint pain, cellulite, headaches, migraines, general or localized detoxification of organs, firm flab and eliminate adhesions. The Bellabaci cups can also improve joint immobility, sciatica, stretch marks and spider veins. It works wonders on the back, stomach and arms – actually almost all areas of the body will respond to this unique treatment.

What we say:
‘I first started using the Bellabaci cups on my thighs to try to get rid of some of the cellulite that had accumulated of winter. But when I read the full instructions and learned of all the places these nifty little cups could be used, I found the knots in my shoulders needed them more than my thighs – I spend 10 hours a day crouched over a computer, so no wonder my shoulders cried out in joy!

‘Some say Bellabaci cupping is painful, but when you do it at home, you can control the amount of pressure on your skin. Unfortunately you have to see your skin turn red as this signals blood flow, which is necessary to have the affects the cup promises, so there is some small level of discomfort at first.

‘The Bellabaci cups worked wonderfully with Bio-Oil, but you can use any body oil you prefer. If you’re trying to break down cellulite, use circular or zigzag motions, but for a general massage circular motions are best. I’ve become addicted to my weekly cupping sessions where I rub myself down to get rid of the knots and tension across my shoulders. It’s the perfect solution that ties me over between spa visits!’
– Megan

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13 Responses

  1. This looks interesting! I am still not a sucker for pain but I guess it weighs out if it works

  2. when i saw this i thought what on earth could these be used for had no idea they existed, need it for tension and cellulite, definitely going to get myself these. cupping is an ancient ,method used to treat a number of symptoms the most popular being, tension on the shoulders and migraines

  3. ive never tried cupping before and might be tricky looks like a two man
    operation , but still very interesting , i love a good massage

  4. Sounds interesting but could be difficult to use yourself. Dont think I’d spend the money on these cups

  5. I have the bigger ones. I used them for over 3 months and saw no difference in the texture of my skin. Plus it was difficult to use it at home. Maybe I wasn’t using it correctly but surely it should be rocket science. I still have it but I’m scared to use it because it kind of stretched out my skin when I used it and it hurt a little.

  6. This looks interesting, ive never tried cupping before, but ive heard its good. Not sure if a home treatment is for me though, would have to get someone to do it for me :)

  7. I haven’t tried these but I have been to a practitioner who practised the ancient Chinese cupping. And it worked wonders for certain illnesses. I’d love to read more about these. In my opinion, that price is about what you’d pay for an average Swedish massage. So a home solution would be a winner!! I’ll definitely be looking in to this. Thanks Megan.

  8. I’m not sure what to make of this, but looking at the price tag, I don’t think this kind of treatment is for me.

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