Do you know what Fat Cavitation is? It is a new aesthetic treatment which converts the fat cells into liquid. The converted cells in liquid form can then be drained naturally by the body’s filtration system. Basically, the fat cavitation can last for 25 minutes to a half an hour where one part of the body is treated. It is important that you schedule every session for the procedure three days apart so that the body is able to get rid of the fat easily. The minimum number of fat cavitation treatment sessions is around 7 to 10.
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How Does the Procedure Work?
A specially formulated hand piece will be attached to your skin. This hand piece will transmit low level ultrasonic waves consisting of compressions. This repeated to and fro cycle will result in an infinite amount of micro-cavities that will enlarge gradually. This enlargement comes to an end as the micro-cavities begin to implode by colliding and they create shock waves that favor the elimination of the fat tissues. This natural process is termed as cavitation. The liquid can then be vacuumed from the body easy through the urinary system.
Is This Process Safe and Painful?
Fat cavitaition is a painless procedure in which mild redness might appear. The heat transmitted from the hand pieces is tolerable and it is a nonsurgical procedure that does not utilize anaesthesia. There is no need for incisions and no scars are left after the treatment as it is non-invasive. Also, similar to treatments using and ipl machine, you will not have to experience any downtime after the treatment is over.
Which Areas Are More Effective For The Treatment?
All the areas that contain fat such as the buttocks, abdomen, and the thighs are areas where fat cavitation is most effective and appropriate to be done. Like a microdermabrasion treatment deals with the face and skin, these treatments deal with removing unwanted fat cells from the body. However, there is no actual limitation to the areas of the body that can be treated with this procedure.