How Does Ultrasonic Cavitation Work?

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Ultrasonic cavitation has emerged as a popular non-invasive treatment option for reducing localized areas of fat and cellulite. The principle of ultrasonic fat cavitation relies on low-frequency ultrasound waves to reshape body contours.

What happens during an Ultrasonic Cavitation session?

During a fat cavitation treatment, ultrasound gel is applied to the treatment area. A fat cavitation handpiece is then used to target specific body areas with low-frequency ultrasound waves. The sound vibrations produce tiny bubbles within the fat cells, disturbing the outer membrane, which causes small collections of fat to be expelled into the surrounding area. These fatty acids are then processed and eliminated by the body’s lymphatic system. The results of ultrasonic cavitation can be seen immediately after the first treatment, with optimal results around 6 to 10 sessions.

Which areas can you treat with fat cavitation?

The fat cavitation treatment can be used to safely reduce unwanted fat from all major areas, including the abdomen, flanks, bra bulges, back fat, arms, and thighs.

Combining Ultrasonic Cavitation with RF and Vacuum RF

Fat cavitation is an effective treatment for fat reduction. However, this treatment can be combined with Radio Frequency or Vacuum RF to enhance results, tighten skin and even combat cellulite.

Want to learn more?

Are you interested in learning more about fat cavitation? The Body Sculpting Institute’s Ultrasonic Cavitation & RF Certification is a self-paced course that you can complete entirely online. Take the next step and enroll now. Contact The Body Sculpting Institute and let us help you started today.

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