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Cavitation or Ultrasound

Cavitation, also known as ultrasound cavitation or ultrasonic cavitation, is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that uses low-frequency ultrasound waves to target and break down fat cells in specific areas of the body. It is often used as a body contouring treatment to reduce localized fat deposits and improve the appearance of cellulite.

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Targeted areas for Ultrasonic Cavitation

Ultrasonic cavitation is also frequently performed on the:





Upper arms

Thigh areas

How does cavitation work?

During a cavitation treatment, a handheld device emits low-frequency ultrasound waves into the targeted area of the body. These waves create bubbles in the fat cells, causing them to rupture and release their contents. The released fat is then naturally metabolized and eliminated by the body.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Almost any part of your body and face can be effectively treated with laser hair removal. These include the following areas:

– Legs
– Bikini Line
– Public area
– Abdomen
– Back
– Chest
– Forearms
– Underarms
– Neck
– Chin
– Scalp

Cavitation is not a weight loss treatment, but rather a body contouring procedure. It is designed to target and reduce localized fat deposits in specific areas of the body. While it can lead to a reduction in inches and an improvement in body shape, it is not a substitute for weight loss through proper diet and exercise.

Cavitation can be used to target areas with stubborn fat deposits, such as the abdomen, hips, thighs, buttocks, arms, and love handles. It is important to note that the effectiveness of cavitation may vary depending on individual factors and the specific characteristics of the targeted area.

Cavitation is considered a safe and non-invasive procedure when performed by trained professionals. It does not involve surgery, anesthesia, or incisions. However, it is essential to choose a reputable clinic and ensure that the treatment is administered by a qualified practitioner to minimize the risk of complications.

Be sure to shave the target area the morning of or the day before your treatment, leaving the hair no longer than 2 millimetres. Shaving removes the majority of hair but leaves a small portion in the follicle to absorb the laser energy. Cleanse your skin with soap and water, and do not use any lotion, deodorant or perfume on the area.

The duration of a cavitation session can vary depending on the size of the targeted area and the specific treatment plan. Typically, a session lasts between 30 to 60 minutes. Multiple sessions may be recommended to achieve optimal results, and the treatment intervals are usually spaced a few days to a week apart.

Most individuals find cavitation to be a comfortable and painless procedure. During the treatment, you may feel a gentle warming sensation or mild vibrations in the treated area. Some people also experience a slight buzzing or humming sound due to the ultrasound waves. Overall, the procedure is generally well-tolerated.

After a cavitation session, you can resume your normal activities immediately as there is no downtime. However, it is recommended to follow any post-treatment instructions provided by your practitioner, such as maintaining proper hydration, engaging in light exercise, and avoiding alcohol and fatty foods for a few days.

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