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CELLULITE REMOVAL/BODY SLIMMING
For smoother, finer shape of the body
What is Ultra Cavitation and what does it do?
Ultra cavitation is an ultrasonic wave that allows for ultrasonic lipolysis under a fluid medium such as the body to help reduce fat deposits under the skin. Ultra Cavitation allow for fat cells to be damaged at the frequency of 35-40KHz which then become eliminated through lymph metabolism. Although Ultra Cavitation is a great treatment to reduce cellulite, it is not limited to treating only cellulite. It is effective in also treating swelling, and reducing the surface of fat layer under the dermis layer of the skin.
Thus, Ultra Cavitation helps by:
mechanically break down fat cells
mechanically break down scar tissue
stimulate collagen production
increase shape and slimming of the body
What Causes Cellulite?
DNA might be one of the factors where it may be inevitable, but can control it's amount through treatment.
Sedentary lifestyle influence lack of circulation causing lack of oxygen & nourishment.
Decreased elasticity cause fat cells to accumulate which then protrude through connective tissue.
Decreases estrogen which decrease circulation which lacks oxygen and nourishment to the area.
Ultra Cavitation Information Guide
Reduce fat mass
Slim body shape
Smooth body shape
Initially: Treat once a week for the first 5-8 sessions
Continue: Treat twice a month
45-60 minute based per body area
Maximum of 2 body areas per session
Increase water intake
Increase blood circulation by exercise or brisk walking
What are the contraindications of Ultra Cavitation?
Clients with these conditions should avoid ultra cavitation treatments:
weak liver or liver damage
weak kidney or kidney damage
numb or insensitive to heat
weak heart or heart failure
How should I prepare for Ultra Cavitation?
reduce alcohol intake at least 2 days prior for treatment
refrain from using anti-inflammatory substances (e.g., ibuprofen) at least 2 days prior for treatment
avoid skin treatments (e.g., IPL treatments) at least 2 weeks prior
avoid sun exposure at least 1 week prior for treatment
Skin irritants (e.g., Acutane) must be discontinued for 3 months for treatment
Medication (e.g., anti-inflammatories) must be discontinued for treatment
These should recommendations should be followed even after the treatment is over.
Please contact your doctor for any other concerns not listed above.
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