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The high-tech route to body-sculpting that you may have never heard of

By Fiona Embleton

Photo: Heat by Sofia Lie

How to use LPG Endermologie for firmer, more contoured skin, according to Norwegian model and founder of Heat, Sophia Lie

If a vacuum cleaner and a deep tissue massage had a lovechild, it would be LPG Endermologie. One of the most popular face and body sculpting treatments in the Nordics, it involves a combination of massage techniques – mechanical tissue and lymphatic drainage – plus vacuum suction and a roller to knead the underlying tissue. The promise? Smoother, firmer, brighter-looking skin thanks to an uptick in circulation and excess fluids being flushed out of your body through the lymphatic system.


Here Sophia Lie, model and founder of Heat by Sophia Lie in Stockholm, breaks down everything you need to know about the high-tech treatment her clients can’t get enough of.

Sophia Lie, Founder of Heat by Sophia Lie. Photo: Heat by Sophia Lie

Photo: Heat by Sophia Lie

How does LPG differ from traditional massage?