Ultrasound cavitation body shaping is an aesthetic treatment. Using the leading AW3 ultrasonic-cavitation technology, it converts the fat cells into liquid, which are then drained, naturally, by the body's own lymphatic system.
Ultrasound cavitation is an excellent treatment for customers that want to reshape their body to achieve cellulite reduction and fat loss for areas with localised fat stores such as:
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are these treatments safe?
Yes, they are safe, comfortable, and non-invasive with typically no side effects. The ultrasound energy is designed to target only fatty tissues beneath the skin and does not affect the blood vessels, nerves and connective tissues. Radio frequency is a radiation that travels in waves lower than the frequency emitted from a microwave which heat fat cells allowing fat to leak out. Neither treatments require anaesthesia, leaves scars, uses injections, and there aren't any pills to swallow or incisions.
Q: Are the treatments painful?
No, the treatments are virtually painless. A slight tingling sensation may sometimes be felt during the treatment but this is not uncomfortable. You will experience a buzzing in the ear during Fat Cavitation, however, this is temporary and stops immediately upon cessation of the treatment. Some heat sensation may also be felt during treatment especially during radio frequency but no pain should be felt. Any slight reddening of the skin which sometimes may occur quickly disappears.
Q: Are there any side effects?
As mentioned, slight redness of the skin may occur. This disappears soon after. In a few small cases, people with sensitive skin may experience small vesicles or blisters from Radio Frequency treatments. Close monitoring of the skin temperature and a fluid continuous motion of the RF handpiece will prevent this from occurring. Excessive thirst and mild nausea can result after treatment; both are invariably resolved by simply hydrating.
Q: What areas of the body can be treated?
It depends on what type of treatment you are receiving. Fat Cavitation can be done on upper arms (grandma arms), abdomen/waist (love handles), hips (flanks), buttocks, outer thighs (saddle bags), inner thighs, and calves.
Q: How long is a typical treatment session?
Treatment times vary depending on the areas being treated and whether or not you are doing just Fat Cavitation, just Radio Frequency, or both. A typical session will last in between one hour to one and a half hours. This includes consultation time, body and weight measurements, before pictures, treatment and after pictures and measurements.