What is Ultrasound Cavitation and How Does it Work?
Cavi-Lipo is one of the most advanced and efficient systems using ultrasound cavitation to breakdown fat cells. The released fat is metabolized through the liver and the lymphatic system. Only a few treatments are needed in order to obtain an excellent result. The treatment targets fat and cellulite on the stomach, waist, thighs, hips and upper arms. No injections (or other interventions), no anesthesia and you can immediately return to your normal activities. The Cavi-Lipo method is new and revolutionary and it is likely to increasingly replace surgical liposuction.
Completely painless, the LIPO hand piece generates 28,000 micro vibrations each second which can easily be used for body care. Cavi-Lipo has been designed to reduce adipose areas and cellulites, with results that can be compared to surgical liposuction. In order to maximise the results of your treatment, please follow the recommendations outlined in the “Before and After Your Treatment” section (below).
In order to maximize the results of your treatment you should:
drink plenty of water, at least 1.5 litres per day, for the 24 hours before and after the treatment, as water helps to flush out released fat in the body;
minimise the intake of carbohydrates and fat for the 48 to 72 hours before and after the treatment, in order to burn and secrete fatty acids and glucose; and
after the treatment you should take a walk or similar exercise.
After the Treatment:
How many sessions do I need?
The answer depends on the area treated and your individual requirements. On average a total of 3 to 8 sessions are necessary in order to achieve the desired results.
No side-effects, No Cutting, No Suction,
No Discomfort, No Scarring, No Downtime!
Cavi-Lipo is effective on cellulite, fat and helps tighten skin. The treatment is used in more than 50 countries. The treatment will be applied by a qualified ultrasound radiographer who has more than 10 years’ experience working in hospitals.
Please do not try this treatment if you are:
suffering from serious liver or kidney disease;
have a pacemaker;
have a metal plate in the treatment area; or
are under 17 years of age.