Cavitation is a modern way to reduce volume in problem areas

Cavitation is a relatively new hardware technique that effectively helps fight local fat deposits. Due to non-invasiveness, the procedure does not require anaesthesia and rehabilitation period and does not leave scarring. What other advantages does this technique have? We’ll tell about this below.

How the procedure is carried out, the principle of action

Cavitation is performed by a special ultrasound device that acts on subcutaneous fatty tissue. After treatment, small air bubbles form in cells, which increase in volume and foment fat deposits. Moreover, membranes of fat cells do not receive significant damage. After laser exposure, cosmetologist conducts a vacuum massage to accelerate the destruction of cells and their natural removal from the body. About half of the liquefied cells are excreted through the lymphatic drain, rest are absorbed into the blood, where they are transformed into glucose. Procedures are conducted by the course (5-10 times) with an interval of 5-7 days. In six months or a year, it is recommended to repeat a course to maintain the result.

Cavitation efficiency

Results from the procedure are individual for each person. Common indicators are:
– skin tightens and becomes more elastic;
– volumes of treated zones decrease (1-3 cm at a time);
– fat deposits in the site where the impact was made are not returned.

Advantages of cavitation:
– has few contraindications;
– non-traumatism and lack of rehabilitation;
– the effect is visible immediately after the end of the procedure;
– leaves no traces on the body (no stretch marks, scars, incisions, tuberosity).

Indications and contraindications of procedure

The procedure is effective for the following cosmetology problems:
-lipoma;
– deep cellulite;
– local fat deposits, which are difficult to get rid of with diets and training;
– need to eliminate the negative effects of liposuction.

Contraindications:
– pregnancy and lactation;
– diseases of the musculoskeletal system;
– violations of the endocrine system;
– kidney disease;
– diabetes;
– myoma of the uterus;
– oncology.

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