Radiofrequency Cavitation

What is Radiofrequency Cavitation?

Radiofrequency Cavitation is a non-invasive procedure that uses low frequency sound waves to help eliminate stubborn fat deposits, with the purpose of stimulating collagen, hyaluronic acid, elastin to help contour the body. This technique is effective in tightening the early signs of loose and sagging skin. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Radiofrequency cavitation uses low frequency sound waves to heat and vibrate the layers of fat cell membranes just below the skin. The pressure caused by the ultrasound energy causes the fats cells to liquefy and this gets eliminated through the natural safe processes within the body.

Areas that have stubborn fat.

  • Face
  • Neck 
  • Arms 
  • Abdomen 
  • Lower back
  • Hips
  • Thighs
  • Legs 
  • Buttocks

Side effects are minimal and temporarily, such as mild swelling, bruising, redness, tingling and welting. It is advisable to consume around 2-3 liters of water post treatment to flush out the liquefied fat. To ensure the acceleration of fat is maintained, drinking water is vital. Sustaining a healthy diet whilst massaging the treated area will enhance the results of the procedure.

treatment overview

Procedure Time

45 minutes

Anaesthetic

None

Results

Immediate

Full Recovery

24 Hours

Duration of Results

4 - 6 weeks

Risks & Complications

Redness, minor swelling, mild tingling

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