Ultrasound Cavitation

Our  Ultrasonic Cavitation treatment is a completely non-invasive treatment for the reduction of body fat. A course of Ultrasonic Cavitation can help clients to reduce inches and reshape their bodies. The treatment is non-surgical and there is no recovery time. It truly presents a risk free alternative to surgical liposuction.*

Ultrasonic Cavitation (also called ultrasound cavitation) targets and destroys fat cells in the area you are looking to improve. The treatment is safe and effective, fat cells are destroyed without harming any other cells in the body. The contents of the fat cells are safely eliminated through your lymphatic system or metabolised as fuel.

A course of 6 or 8 ultrasound cavitation treatments is recommended for best results. Here at The Healthy Skin Clinic, we often follow our Fat Freeze treatments with Ultra Sonic Cavitation which can create an instant result!

Special occasion coming up? You could drop a dress with a course of Cavitation.

Ultrasound cavitation is also effective at treating larger areas of fat as opposed to pockets of fat .  Ultrasound cavitation is also more effective on harder, more fibrous fat tissue that is often located around the outer thigh and buttock area.

What is Ultrasonic Cavitation?

Ultrasound Cavitation utilises ultrasonic waves to physically breakdown fat cells. The ultrasound wave creates a vibration within the fat tissue. The fat cells cannot withstand the vibration and the cell membrane quickly breaks down.

As the fat cell breaks up, the contents are released into your system. Some of the fat cell is used for energy and some is a natural waste product that travels via the lymphatic system to the liver and is flushed from your body.

Is Ultrasonic Cavitation Safe?

Yes, Ultrasonic Cavitation is a safe treatment for fat reduction, inch loss and body contouring. The ultrasound waves targets and destroys the fat cells without harming any other tissues or structures.

Ultrasound has been used medically for many years; most commonly used with pregnant women when receiving ultrasound scans during pregnancy.