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What INDIBA® is good for: results from the first session

In this article we review what INDIBA® is used for to illustrate all its benefits.

To begin with, the Indiba® system serves to stimulate the forms of energy present in our body.

This energy, which is often not adequately stimulated, is essential for action on the biological structures of the body.

INDIBA® in physioesthetics acts by rebalancing cellular metabolism, making the tissue more compact and younger looking. It improves microcirculation, reduces edema, reduces fat deposits and relaxes the skin. Its continued use allows maintaining the effects of surgery and preventing or delaying future interventions.

The Indiba® system can be used for:

Fluid retention, Heavy legs, Lymphedema, Lipedema, Capillary fragility, Liposuction or cosmetic surgery results, Scars.

What INDIBA is used for

Cellulite treatment

INDIBA is a very advanced technology that contrasts cellulite at a structural level; results are already noticeable after the first treatment.

These are the same tissues that are used to fight cellulite through the metabolic reactivation of proteins, both the draining capacity of the organism and the lipolysis processes during which the excess fat is made available in an energetic way.

INDIBA works by rebalancing the cellular metabolism, making the tissue more compact and younger looking. Thanks to this treatment the following improvements can be achieved:

Improvement of microcirculation,

Reduction of edemas, adipose accumulations and relaxed cutaneous tissues.

What Indiba is used for

Firming treatments

The modern lifestyle pushes us to take better care of ourselves, not only from a health point of view, but also from the point of view of our image. A pleasing physical appearance improves our health and quality of life, making us happier.

¿A qué sirve Indiba? INDIBA nos ayuda en los tratamientos reafirmantes, de la piel, de las nalgas y abdomen y en la reducción de celulitis, de tipo edematoso, fibroso y adiposo.

Post-operative treatments

In the pre and post surgery process it contributes to edema drainage, hematoma reabsorption, and the healing process.

In fact, radiofrequency is used in physio-aesthetics to accelerate the body’s natural regeneration processes and in particular cellular repair. It is also able to reduce pain with the advantage of accelerating the recovery from trauma or the problem that has affected the body.

Anti-aging treatment

The INDIBA method has the ability to induce a reactivation of the lymphatic and circulatory systems, increasing blood flow. Consequently, a better oxygenation of the cells is achieved, especially effective in general to alleviate the signs of aging on the face.

Facial rejuvenation treatments are evolving to offer increasingly satisfactory and natural results immediately.

Indiba is a type of radiofrequency that allows you to show results in the first session. Therefore, it is a great advantage for all those people who want to undergo an aesthetic medicine treatment and do not want to wait five or six sessions to see the results. Facial radiofrequency stimulates the production of collagen, a protein substance that keeps the skin and tissues elastic and hydrated. Therefore, collagen production helps tighten the skin, smooth wrinkles and make the skin softer, hydrated, smoother and more luminous. It also combats skin laxity associated with aging.

What is Indiba good for? Reduces localized fat in areas such as neck, chin, bags under the eyes

Each session has an average duration of 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the type of treatment and the area to be treated.

Warnings and preparation rules

Facial treatment: for women it is advisable to attend the session without make-up.

Body treatments: there are no particular rules or warnings, possibly come depilated. Do not apply oil or cream on the skin.


Regarding INDIBA treatment, the following contraindications are observed:

  • Pacemaker or any electronic prosthesis (in the presence of metallic prosthesis there is no contraindication).
  • Pregnancy
  • Cancer
  • Skin not intact (presence of recent wounds or burns)
  • Thrombophlebitis .
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