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 CAVITATION

Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation

 

What Is Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation

Ultrasonic fat cavitation is a non-surgical fat reduction treatment

which uses sound waves to flush fat from the body. Clients see

immediate results and will continue to see results in the reduction of

fat up to a week following the treatment. The treatment uses low 

frequency ultrasound waves to target subcutaneous fat cells in the fat cell membrane through a series of microscopic implosions.

Uses of Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation

Firming the arms, legs, thighs, buttocks, waist, back, abdominal

muscles and reshape the body figure. Improve and treat the orange

peel like fatty tissues, rapidly relieves stress and remove fatigue.

 

How Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation Works

Ultrasonic fat cavitation has emerged as a popular non-invasive

treatment option for reducing localized areas of fat and cellulite. Its

principle relies on low frequency sound waves in order to reshape body contours.

During a treatment, ultrasound gel is applied to the treatment area. A

hand piece is then use to target specific body areas with low-

frequency sound waves. The minute vibrations produce tiny bubbles

within the fat cells, disturbing the outer membrane, which causes

tiny collections of fat to be expelled into the surrounding area. These

fatty acids are then processed and eliminated by the body’s

lymphatic system. The results can be seen immediately after the first treatment, with optimal results around 6-12 sessions.

 

Unlike cryolipolysis, which permanently destroys fat cells, ultrasonic

fat cavitation only causes the cells to release their contents and does

not permanently destroy the fat cells.

What kind of results can I expect?

*Volume reduction of fatty layers

*Body shaping and contouring

*Cellulite reduction

*Skin tightening and reduced dimpling when applied in conjunction

 with radio frequency

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