What is Cavitation Lipo?
This is a non-invasive lipo procedure that uses ultrasonic sound waves to target only fat cells. The fat cells membrane is cracked and their substance (triglycerides) are then released through your lymphatic system.
What is Laser Lipo?
This is a non-invasive lipo procedure that uses the laser technique and directly penetrates through 10 layers of fat from the desired area.
Are these procedures painful?
All procedures are non-invasive, require no down time, and are painless. You can resume normal activity immediately after each session.
Are there any side effects to Ultrasonic Cavitation and Radiofrequency?
There is no report of side effects, however, you may experience temporary redness, minimal bruising and soreness.
How soon will I see results?
Results will differ from one individual to another depending on body metabolism, tissue structure, targeted area, and hormonal variations.
Are results permanent?
As with many other cosmetic procedures, results may or may not be permanent. Following post treatment care instructions are imperative for optimal results. You can melt and destroy fat cells, but if your diet includes more calories than the body needs, extra fat will be stored. Drinking lots of water, maintaining a healthy diet, and exercising are recommended for the best results. Consult with your physician regarding a workout regimen that is suitable for you.
How should I prepare for my treatment?
Drink at least 2 liters of water prior to your appointment. Hydration plays a critical role. Your body should be free of any/all lotions or oils upon arrival. It is important to avoid caffeine and alcohol before and after treatment.
What should I bring to my appointment?
Wear clothing that will easily expose the area of treatment. For the sauna detox bring a swimsuit or extra undergarments. If not, disposable undergarments are available for $5 additional.
Are these procedures safe for everyone?
You should not do these treatments if any of the following are applicable: under the age of 18, cancer, cardiovascular disease, disease of the lymphatic system, thyroid gland dysfunction, kidney disease, liver disease, pacemaker, Accutane within 6 months of treatment, pregnant or breast feeding, autoimmune disease, poor wound healing, uncontrolled diabetes, or highly photosensitive medications. A waiver is required prior to receiving service.