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Cavitation

- Fat Reduction
- Inch Loss
- Cellulite Reduction
- Pain Free
- Instant results
- Medical Grade
Result Duration
Permenant
Treatment Time
30-75 mins
Starting Price
£70
Recovery Time
None
Number of Sessions
6+
Cavitation is a non-surgical, and non-invasive fat removal procedure. Cavitation uses ultrasound waves to break down stubborn fat and contour the body with no recovery time.
 
Clients see immediate results and will continue to see results in the reduction of fat up to 72 hours following the treatment. The most common problem areas are the buttocks, abdomen, love handles, male chest, upper arms, inner thighs, and the chin area. It is especially effective in the removal of cellulite.
 
Cavitation is the perfect treatment for people who want to contour their body and regain their confidence and figure. Most clients see an immediate change in their appearance after the first session, with optimum results after 4 to 8 sessions.
 


Treatment Pricing

Cavitation Treatment
£70
per body area
Course of 6
£420
Pay as you go
Course of 6
£360
Pay Upfront price

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Cavitation painful?

Cavitation is not painful however you may hear a high-pitched noise which is easily bearable.

Is Cavitation Safe?

The ultrasound wave is considered as the safest medical technology. The only safe imaging technology during pregnancy is sonography which uses ultrasound and being used for medical purposes over decades. ​ Tested to ISO 13485 medical device standard & quality control

When can I start to see the results?

Results may be noticeable after the first treatment however, the best and longest-lasting results are seen 2 - 4 weeks later.

How does Cavitation work?

THE SCIENCE Ultrasound cavitation technology restricts the concentrated sonic energy merely on localised treatment areas. This selective capability disrupts the subcutaneous fat cells through thousands of microscopic implosions impacting the fat cell membranes. - After the adipose tissue (fat cell membrane) is broken down, the fat will soon be released into the interstitial fluid between the cells, where they are enzymatically metabolised to glycerol and free fatty acids. ​​ - Water-soluble glycerol travels into the circulatory system used for new energy generation whereas the insoluble free fatty acids enter the liver where they are decomposed like any other simple fatty acid. ​ - Destroying these fat cells removes the body’s immediate capacity to store fat, whilst the body’s fat cell metabolism is also improved.

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