Fat Cavitation

What is Fat Cavitation?

The principle behind ultrasound fat cavitation treatment is the emission of high-frequency ultrasonic waves, which increase blood flow through the selected treatment area. The ultrasound device targets the fat layer of the skin, creating a resonance (vibrational) effect causing mechanical disruption of fat cell membranes, which triggers the cells’ triglycerides to convert into free fatty acids and glycerol. These waste products are then released into the fluid between the cells, where they are transported to the liver and reused as building blocks for energy. The synergistic action formed by the four treatment heads is able to reactivate all those zones where the fatty materials are stored (hips, abdomen, knees, thighs) and revitalises cellulite-damaged zones where there is poor blood circulation. The electric field created between the two electrodes increases cellular metabolism.

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