$70 per area from $100

Ultrasound cavitation
& Radio frequency


Ultrasound cavitation

Ultrasonic cavitation & radio frequency  are body contouring treatments that are used to remove fat deposits under your skin. The cavitation treatment uses ultrasonic radio waves and radio frequency uses radio frequency waves to break apart fat cells, which are then absorbed into your body by your lymphatic system. 

Cavitation is used for targeting fat pockets that wont go away by exercise. This is a pain free, non-surgical and non-invasive treatment with no downtime time. The lasts approximately 15 - 60 minutes, depending on the area to be treated and fat deposit. Ultrasound Cavitation & Radio Frequency is effective at treating larger areas of fat. 

The results are  visible in the first week, and a treatment schedule of 10 to 20 weekly sessions will typically help you achieve the desired weight and inch loss.

 Cavitation is not intended to treat morbid obesity but works most effectively to remove unwanted fat from targeted areas of the body.

Pre & Post procedure care.

The after care is crucial for achieving the best results from Ultrasound Cavitation & Radio Frequency treatments. The treatment will only work at its optimum if the after care is followed.

To achieve maximum results, drink 2 L of water a day before treatment and continue drinking for 3 days post treatment. After Ultrasound Cavitation & radio Frequency treatment the body will eliminate the fat cells via the lymphatic and urinary systems.

Six to twelve treatments is required for optimal results.

 After the treatment massage is performed to eliminate the fat cells from the body.

A healthy  low calorie, low carbohydrate, low fat, and low sugar diet will help achieve the best results.

Areas that can be treated

  • Upper & Lower Abdomen

  • Face, Forehead & Brow Lift

  • Neck & Jowls

  • Back & Bra Fat

  • Cheeks, Jawline & Face

  • Inner & Outer Thighs

  • Double Chin

  • Waist & Hips

  • Upper & Lower Arms

  • Buttocks / Cellulite

  • Reduce Excess Breast Tissue in Overweight Men