Ultrasound Lipo Cavitation

CAVITATION

 

Cavitation Ultrasound that revolutionizes the treatment against cellulites and fat. It is a non invasive based on sound waves which generates empty micro bubbles in the liquid situated in the interior of the adipose tissue.

Its repeated action causes the accumulation of these micro bubbles, with each other to implode and collapse.

The result is the destruction of the adipose cells transforming the fat nodules in liquid substances that in a natural way the body removes through the lymph.

What areas can be treated with CAV systems?

Belly,waist,thigh,calf,buttocks.

What areas forbid treated with CAV systems?

The CAV is a deep model ultrasonic,forbid use around eyes and heart.

What do CAV treatments feel like?

When CAV 40K work,can hear zizizi voice like hexapod sound. body can feel warm and little vibrate.

How many treatments will I need?

3 times in first week,2 times in second/third week.after that 1times per week until satisfying effect.

 

APPLICATION

  • Localized fat
  • Cellulite
  • Body sculpture
  • Body Remodelling

Cavitation is ultrasound waves and is a pioneer method for the treatment of localized fat or deep cellulite. The ultrasound  waves are conducted through the skin, causing micro-bubbles which turn fat into a liquid substance which is removed from the body using the lymphatic and urinary systems. The  cavitation has benefits, they are:

  • Non invasive treatment.
  • Non hospitalization.
  • Non need Anesthesia.
  • No scars.
  • Any discomfort.
  • Fat is eliminated through a natural process.
  • The duration of the sessions (45 min. approx.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You will not able to have the treatment if any of the following conditions apply:

  • Skin infections and diseases.
  • Acure fever.
  • Thyroid disease and other hormonal disorders.
  • Any other Chronic diseases.
  • Heart diseases, HIV or AIDS.
  • Allergy to applied materials.
  • Severe high blood pressure or circulation problems
  • Cancer
  • Deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins, thyroid, epilepsy.
  • Hemorrhagic disease, trauma, vascular rupture.
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding.

 

 

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