REDUCE BODY FAT AND CELLULITE
Have you tried every trick, diet and service out there trying to rid your body of that stubborn fat or cellulite with little to no results? Look no further. Body Sculpting with Cavitation and Radio Frequency is here and the best part is it is absolutely painless with no downtime. Visible results after just one treatment! This non-invasive, FDA-approved technology can reduce stubborn fat and reduce cellulite in targeted areas. Like liposuction, this treatment will help slim and contour those pesky areas without requiring surgery.
WHAT IS BODY SCULPTING?
Body Sculpting is a combination of Ultrasonic Cavitation (or Lipo) coupled with Radio Frequency Skin Tightening. This procedure is a safe and effective alternative to surgery to help target areas with excess body fat and cellulite. Ultrasonic cavitation is performed with a non-invasive hand held device that delivers low-frequency sound waves to target specific body areas. This process heats and vibrates the layer of fat cells below the skin's surface causing the fat cells to liquify into fatty acids that are then released into the bloodstream and removed naturally through the lymphatic system and liver. Radio Frequency uses heat to contract collagen fibers that will help smooth and tighten the skin, reduce cellulite, as well as generate new collagen production and elastin fibers for lasting results.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT WITH BODY SCULPTING?
Body sculpting can help you lose about 20% of your body fat, reduce cellulite and smooth out the skin in the treated area with each session. Each session lasts approximately 60 minutes. The number of treatments needed will vary due to factors such as age, weight and the area being treated. Most people see results after one, however 3-5 treatments are recommended! Body Sculpting is safe and painless with absolutely no downtime.
WHAT AREAS CAN BE TREATED?
Face (RF Only)
BODY SCULPTING IS NOT IDEAL FOR SOME
Body Sculpting is NOT ideal for anyone who is/has/is on:
Heart Conditions/Heart Disease
Metallic implants, pins, prostheses and/or pacemakers
Kidney or Liver Disease
High Blood Pressure
Inflammation of the veins
Prolonged steroid use