What is Ultrasonic Cavitation
Ultrasonic Cavitation is a non-invasive fat removal procedure using low-frequency sound waves that target the stubborn fat below the skin’s surface. These sound waves create vapor cavities in the fat cells, causing them to rupture and release the fatty acids, which are then metabolized and eliminated from the body. This results in shrinkage and circumference reduction of the body area as well as toning and contouring.
Treatment times may vary depending on the area being treated but a typical session will last between 30 minutes to an hour. This includes lymphatic drainage massage, Ultrasonic Cavitation treatment, and Laser Lipo to help achieve better results from each treatment!
Guidelines should I follow pre-treatment and, post-treatment
Drink plenty of water. Drinking water is a necessary part of the treatment to facilitate the elimination of broken-down fat. Maintain a low-calorie diet for a few days after the treatment to ensure that the energy released by the treatment is metabolized by the body. After the treatment patients are able to return to their daily activities as usual.
Ultrasonic Cavitation is not a treatment for obesity nor is it a weight loss procedure. Rather is a method for ‘reshaping’ and ‘toning’ the body. It is particularly intended to reduce localized fat tissues which are resistant to exercise around the abdomen (love handles), buttocks, and thighs (saddlebags), which won’t easily go away by simple dieting and exercise.
Contraindications with Ultrasonic Cavitation
Ultrasonic Cavitation treatment is not for everybody. Even though it is a safe and painless procedure, nevertheless there are contraindications for using cavitation devices for the treatment of localized fat. Such contraindications will depend on the individual’s medical history. Thus, people with kidney failure, liver failure, heart disease, carrying a pacemaker, pregnancy, lactation, etc. are not suitable candidates for the cavitation treatment.