What is Cavitation?
Cavitation is a non-invasive fat reduction treatment that uses ultrasound technology to reduce fat cells in targeted parts of the body.
It is the preferred option for anyone who does not want to undergo extreme possibilities such as liposuction, as it does not involve any needles or surgery.
In addition to that, it has zero recovery time and is painless – often taking less than an hour.
The session usually feels like a massage with a handheld device, and you see a reduction of 1-4 cm with every session in the treated area.
How does it work?
An ultrasound device similar to that used in pregnancy scans is applied to the targeted area, along with a specially designed cream. This device transmits concentrated ultrasonic energy levels that target and destroy subcutaneous fat cells in the fat cell membrane. The fat is then dispersed into surrounding cells and recycled into proteins and glycerol.
What are the benefits of fat cavitation treatment?
Unlike liposuction (which can be a daunting and extreme option for many), cavitation is the perfect fat reduction treatment for those who do not want to take drastic measures.
It is safe, non-surgical, and requires no recovery time.
It’s also one of the only technologies available that can show you results as effective as those you expect from liposuction or surgery, provided you complete the recommended number of sessions (usually between 8-12).
Radio Frequency is a revolutionary treatment that firms, tightens, and lifts the skin without going under the knife. The treatment is non-invasive, so it is ideal for those who either don’t want or do not believe they are old enough for surgical procedures. Unlike other ‘non-surgical face-lift’ treatments on the market, radiofrequency stimulates the skin’s natural collagen renewal, resulting in smoother, tighter, and younger-looking skin. And the best thing is – Radio Frequency delivers excellent, visible results from the very first treatment. The treatment is suitable for everybody, especially those targeting fine lines and wrinkles or excess skin.
Radio Frequency is a relaxing treatment that involves applying a cosmetic gel and a warm wand passing over the skin in sweeping circular motions. The wand gently heats the lower levels of the skin to approximately 40°c; this tricks the brain into thinking there has been a potential injury and stimulates a healing response. This, in turn, causes increased collagen production and tightening of elastin fibers.
The tightening of elastin fibers is instant, meaning the skin appears tighter and lifted from the first treatment. The gentle heat also promotes fat cell reduction. A course of 6 treatments is recommended for optimum results. Ideally, this should be two treatments per week for three weeks. After completing your course, it is recommended to have a maintenance session every 4-6 weeks. You will continue to see results for up to 3 months after the treatment course has ended. This is perfectly normal as it can take the collagen time to reproduce. The effects of Radio Frequency can last for up to 2 years.
LIPO LASER 2.0
Lipo laser 2.0 (or laser lipolysis) is a revolutionary treatment for removing excess fatty tissue in areas usually resistant to dieting and physical exercise.
The lipo laser body sculpting procedure uses LED lasers that heats the fat cells in the targeted area, causing them to break down. Over a short period, the fat deposits are absorbed and expelled through our body’s natural metabolic process. During the procedure, the laser seals off minor blood vessels, significantly reducing bruising and patient downtime. The introduction of heat into the treated area stimulates collagen production to give a smooth, tightened, and sculptured result.
Laser Lipo doesn’t hurt, and clients don’t feel it; this is known as a cold laser; typically, clients will only feel warmth where the pads are placed from their body heat against the pads. Treatments last 20-40 minutes; naturally, you’ll let the client relax with them for 30 minutes.
This treatment can be performed on the; calves, knees, tummy, waist, back, hips, booty, and arms.