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New procedure in GMTClinic: modeling massage “Perfect buttocks”

This is a sponsored post paid for by GMTClinic.

Dreaming about having mouth-watering shapes like Jennifer Lopez? We invite you to a new procedure offered by the GMTClinic - the “Ideal Buttocks” sculpting massage, developed by masseur Roman Miragyan,our specialist in body shaping.

After the massage treatment from Roman Miragyan, your buttocks will look well-shaped, fit and elastic, like those of sultry Brazilian beauties. For the best results, it is necessary to go through 8-10 treatments, improvements will become visible after the third session. To maintain the effect, Roman recommends to repeat the massage every two weeks.

The procedure takes 45 minutes and consists of two stages: the modeling massage of the gluteus maximus muscles, followed by the Thalion ritual “Perfect strengthening and lifting”. Roman Miragyan applies a warming oil to the skin and carefully works the buttocks using a special technique. The sensations as well as the effects you will get from the sculpting message or sports massage are like after two or three workouts in the gym! With those deep and precise movements, the masseur tones the deep muscles of the buttocks, accelerates the circulation of blood and lymph, and acts on the subcutaneous fatty tissue. Then the masseur will applies those products of the professional Thalion line “Perfect Strengthening and Lifting” to the skin step by step: scrub, wrap mask with spirulina, moisturizing milk.

In just a few procedures, your buttocks will be perfect, like those of the Brazilian beauties!

For the best result, we recommend you go through 8-10 procedures at intervals of 3 times a week.

Cost of the program "Perfect buttocks":

1 treatment - 5 300 p.

5 treatments - 25 175 p.

10 treatments - 47 700 p.

Post sponsored by GMTClinic.

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