How quickly can I expect results from bodybuffing?
Immediately. You’ll relieve sore muscles and exfoliate skin to a smoother texture with just one bodybuffing session. Blood flow, lymphatic drainage and microcirculation are increased, edema/swelling decreases. For cellulite, we recommend using the bodybuffer for 3-5 minutes twice a day. The vibration massage combined with a percussion stroke help stretch the dermal bands that anchor the skin causing the dimples and ridges characteristic of cellulite.
How many minutes should I bodybuff in one area?
We recommend continuously moving the bodybuffer over each targeted area for 3-5 minutes. Do not spend more than 10 minutes on any one region during a session.
Do I have to keep bodybuffing to maintain the results?
If you’ve achieved the look and feel you want, you may decrease your bodybuffing frequency to once a day or every other day or so. However, if you stop completely, you may notice problems returning. Many users find they want to keep bodybuffing as part of their daily health/wellness regimen. The benefits are just too good to give up! It is recommended that you incorporate a healthy diet and exercise regime to get the true benefits of bodybuffing.
When I bodybuff my skin turns red and feels a little itchy. Is that normal?
Yes. Bodybuffing increases blood flow to the treated area. This often causes the skin to temporarily redden and can provoke a mild itching sensation. These effects are not harmful and will subside soon after your bodybuffing session. Apply a moisturizer or hydrating cream after buffing.
Can I bodybuff while dressed?
No. Our devices are to be used on bare, dry, cool skin – preferably before a shower and before bed. Keep loose hair, clothing and jewelry well clear of spinning pad.
Are there any areas I shouldn’t use the bodybuffer on?
Yes. Never use the device on the head, face, back or front of neck/cervical spine, inner arms or breasts.
Can I bodybuff if I am pregnant?
Pregnant women should first consult a physician before using the bodybuffer. It may be acceptable to bodybuff your lower legs, feet and arms, but never the trunk/torso or anywhere near the belly.
Can I bodybuff if I take blood-thinning drugs?
No. If you take drugs like Coumadin or Lovenox, you should not use the bodybuffer. If you take aspirin regularly, you should try bodybuffing a small area to see if you experience bruising. If not, you may bodybuff with caution.
Can I bodybuff my feet?
Yes. You can use our devices on healthy feet.
Can I bodybuff when I have a tan?
Yes. However, if you are sunburned you must not bodybuff until your skin has fully healed.
Why do I have to use the cream after buffing?
The bodybuffer is a powerful exfoliation device. Your skin may become very dry if you don’t apply a hydrating cream after treating. We designed BelleCore Hydrating Cream to complement and enhance the beneficial effects of our bodybuffers.
How can I clean the bonnet on my bodybuffer?
Natural skin oils and cells that shed during exfoliation will eventually soil the bonnet. Simply remove the bonnet, hand-wash it using a gentle detergent and let it dry before slipping it back on your bodybuffer. Worn-out bonnets should be replaced. Fresh bonnets are available for purchase in our online shop.
Do BelleCore bodybuffers come with a warranty?
Yes. We want you to love your bodybuffing experience. When you purchase a bodybuffer from BelleCore.com it is covered by a 90 day warranty against mechanical failure.
Where can I purchase my BelleCore bodybuffer?
The simplest way to buy is through our online shop.