FDA and TGA approved

The Cellu M6 Keymodule was the first device in the world to be recognised by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) as a proven solution to cellulite and body contouring. It is approved for therapeutic use in Australia by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). At the heart of the treatment is LPG Systems’ Cellu M6 Keymodule, a hand-held, motorised treatment head with specially designed rollers. The controlled suction of the Cellu M6 Keymodule gently lifts and holds the skin, while the rollers massage and stimulate the area being treated. Hard connective tissue is made more flexible. Fat-burning processes in the storage cells are kick-started. Stagnant tissue fluid is mobilised. Fiboblasts are stimulated to increase collagen and elastin production, resulting in healthier, rejuvenated skin and improved skin tone. Please visit this page for more information > MORE  

More than 128 scientific studies

Simple claims are not enough, so The French Aesthetics Collective's partners, LPG, have always made it their duty to scientifically prove their claims  > MORE

  • 26 years of research
  • Patented techniques
  • International Scientific Committee of Research (www.cosire-lpg.com)
  • Continually evolving techniques

Results from latest body technology scientific study*:

  • +70% fat release (lipolysis)
  • +240% collagen production activation (skin redensification)

Results from latest face technology scientific study**:

  • +80% natural hyaluronic acid synthesis
  • +46% natural elastin synthesis
  • +23% firmness


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* LAFONTAN M.: Evaluation of the effects of LPG Technique on lipolysis and gene expression using respectively microdialysis and DNA microarray technologies. Clinical Investigation Center, Toulouse Hospital, France. Research Report 2009.
** One-of-a-kind scientific study involving facial biopsies performed on 20 subjects by the Dermatology Department at the University Hospital of Besançon (France) under the supervision of Prof. Humbert, 2013.