Starvac DX Vacuum Massage Therapy

Non-invasive mechanical massage technique thats redefining the industry

Starvac Vacuum Massage

Mechanical vacuum massage affects fat cells, connective tissue, vascular and lymphatic system more efficiently than any other manual massage.

Uses of Vacuum Massage Therapy

Slimming body therapy

While performing the slimming vacuum massage there is activated lymph outage, stimulated the microcirculation of skin and hypoderma; it accelerates the adhesion of fatty cells, skin becomes smooth and stiff; there decrease the volumes of buttocks in the areas of thighs and waist.

Anti-cellulite body treatment

The task of anti-cellulite massage is to fragment the hypodermic fatty tissue, remove toxic substances from the organism, improve blood circulation of the skin and muscles; it makes the skin more elastic. It relaxes, tones, improves general condition, mood and sleep. Feeling of warmth and lightness, which appears after the procedure will provide with vitality and energy.

Lymph drainage body massage

Lymph drainage vacuum massage is designated to drain the liquids; it is performed by movements from the end of the legs to the top, there is generated temporary pressure of tissues by moving tips and rolls. The massage improves lymph flow, allows faster removal of toxins, it activates the activity of secretion glands, improves blood circulation, supply of skin with oxygen. It is applied in case of cellulite, swellings of legs and performed before anti-cellulite procedures.

Stiffering body massage

Vacuum massage reinstates stiffness to slack skin after surgeries, in case of great weight loss after pregnancy. In the tissues being massaged there are produced biologically active substances, therefore there improve the processes of skin regeneration; there are removed dead cells, stimulated the activity of sweat and fatty glands; there improve the elasticity and stiffness of the hypoderma layer.



  • Diabetes
  • Heart diseases
  • Hemorrhage
  • Acalcerosis (hypocalcemia)
  • Pregnancy
  • Fever
  • Hypertension
  • Acute/chronic bronchitis
  • Emphysema
  • Liver cirrhosis
  • Nephritide (chronic inflammation of the kidney)
  • Dermatosis
  • Asthma
  • Chronic appendicitis
  • Chronic cholecystitis
  • Ascites
  • Edema with unknown genesis, etc.