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Lipocavitation + Radio Frequency



In liposuction, a pen-like medical instrument called a “cannula” is used to suction out subcutaneous fat from under your skin. But with Lipo Cavitation, you won’t be poked, prodded, or injected with anything. Instead, a medical professional uses an ultrasound device to perform the procedure.


During the actual procedure, a small amount of gel is applied to the skin where excess fat needs to be removed. Then the ultrasound device is applied to the skin during a 20 to 30 minute treatment session. It’s a painless outpatient procedure that doesn’t require anesthesia and has few known negative side effects.

How Does it Work?

The ultrasound device called a transducer, used in Lipo Cavitation procedures is calibrated only to target fat cells. When ultrasonic waves are directed to the area of fatty tissue you want to remove, they damage the fat cell membranes. Because the device is calibrated only to target fat cells, no other damage will occur to surrounding tissues or organs. During the procedure, ultrasonic waves begin to break down the fat cells being targeted. This causes them to release triglycerides and other fatty substances that are a key component of the flabby tissue. During the week after a lipo cavitation treatment, your body will process the excess triglycerides and fatty substances through normal physiological processes.

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Radiofrequency skin tightening is a common nonsurgical procedure which is used to boost the performance of collagen and elastin cells to give healthy, smooth and youthful skin. As you know, skin sagging has been a major problem to most ageing people. To tackle this problem, most people have gone ahead to prefer this popular method as a way of removing wrinkles, tightening saggy skin, and restoring your skin’s health.


People have considered a number of different ways which they can use to slow down ageing. Some of these processes include consuming nutritious diets, adequate consumption of water, evading harmful UV rays and having enough sleep. However, when it comes to treating saggy skin, there is less that can be done. At this stage, the only procedure to consider is using radiofrequency skin tightening, as its one of the popular methods which can help repair saggy skin.

How Does it Work?

When you’re under treatment, the radiofrequency energy penetrates deep inside your skin to promote collagen and elastin cells performance while promoting skin tissue tightening due to deep heating. As the process proceeds, the treatment head cools the surface of your skin to remove any heat discomfort which may affect your skin

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