Cavitation & Lipo Laser
Ultrasound Fat Cavitation is the latest revolution in fat removal technology that does NOT involve medical intervention or surgery.
The scientifically developed medical Ultrasonic technology is based on a medical breakthrough that uses bio cavitational ultrasound waves to selectively break down fat cells and cellulite without affecting neighbouring organs and cells.
The procedure doesn't require anaesthesia or sedation and is completely non-invasive.
The vibration of positive and negative alternation of sound waves produces a strong pressure to fat cell membranes. As the fat cell membrane cannot withstand this pressure, it will explode into the liquid content. After disruption of adipose cells (fat cells), the broken fat in the form of triglycerides is released into the interstitial fluid between the cells, where they are enzymatically metabolised to glycerol and free fatty acids.
This system allows treatments to localised areas of fat on the abdomen, hips, sides, buttocks and wherever adipose cells or cellulite is present. The treatment is painless and non-invasive with very good results reducing the circumference even after your first treatment.
Once every 3/4 days for 30/40 minutes are enough to get visible results. It is also recommended to finish your treatment with pressure therapy or a lymphatic massage to assist the fat to decompose and be excreted from the body.
Laser Lipo is a low-level laser energy treatment emitted to stimulate the fat cell membranes, changing their permeability.
The cells lose their round and intracellular fat is released. Then the fatty triglycerides flow out of the disrupted cell membranes and into the interstitial space, where they gradually pass through the body’s natural metabolic functions with no harmful physiological effects, to be used as an energy source for the body.
The process does not alter neighbouring structures such as skin, blood vessels, and peripheral nerves. It is not merely the liquefaction of fat but instead, it is the instant breakdown of the fat cells, otherwise known as lipolysis.