Ultrasonic Cavitation

  • Painless
  • No Downtime
  • Just like a baby ultrasound scan
  • Excellent results


About Cavitation Treatment

Ultrasound-Cavitation Body Shaping is an aesthetic treatment. Using the leading AW3® ultrasonic cavitation machine technology, it converts fat cells into liquid which can then be naturally drained by the body’s own lymphatic system.
Cavitation is an excellent treatment for customers that want to reshape the body to achieve cellulite reduction and fat loss for areas with localized fat, such as:
• Thighs,
• Abdomen,
• Flanks,
• Buttocks.

Please note that although ultrasonic cavitation machine is popular for these areas, there are no real limitations as to where it can be used on the body.

How It Works

The AW3® hand piece that we apply to the skin transmits low level ultrasonic waves which consist of compression and expansion. The Compression and expansion cycles travel at high-speed that causes many micro-bubbles that gradually enlarge. As these micro bubbles expand and contract, the shock waves to the fat cells can no longer endure the pressure and explode. The fat explodes into liquid that is then easily removed from the body by the lymphatic and urinary system.


Is ultrasound cavitation painful and safe?

Yes, cavitation is a painless treatment. Mild redness may appear occasionally, but will be highly unlikely to cause any actual pain. The heat from the hand pieces felt during the treatment is perfectly tolerable. This treatment is a non-surgical procedure without anaesthesia – it’s non-invasive, and no downtime should be experienced after the treatment.

Fat is a solid substance? How can it be eliminated through the urine?

Because ultrasound cavitation causes the fat cells to turn to liquid (emulsification) this makes it easier to leave the body through the lymphatic and urinary system.

How many sessions are needed?

Two sessions per week, 8 per course per area. Any more than this (per week) and it would cause too much stress on the body to eliminate the fat.

How long is a session?

Depending on the size of the area, a typical treatment would take between 10-40 minutes.