LIPOCAVITATION AND RADIOFREQUENCY 

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For men, the fat will be located mainly on the abdominal region, despite sport, some fat deposits may have difficulty to be dislodged.

The combination of lipocavitation and radiofrequency technologies will help to regain a flat abdomen and tightened skin without surgery.  This technology is safe and painless.

 

 

What is lipocavitation and radiofrequency?


 Lipocavitation is a technique that aims to break up fat deposits using ultrasound. Low frequency sound waves do not cause any damage to the tissues or organs in the treated area.

Once the membrane of the fat cells (adipose tissue) is destroyed by the ultrasound, the fat is discharged between the cells where it is transformed and transported to be eliminated from the body. 

 

Radio frequency uses waves that penetrate the dermis and heat the tissue deep inside. The fibres will contract and thicken effectively to tighten the skin.

Collagen synthesis occurs due to the heat-induced healing process of the skin. Over time, this will continue, gradually improving the quality of your skin.

Radiofrequency is also recommended for men who have lost weight and have sagging skin.

 

How does a lipocavitation and radiofrequency session take place?


A consultation is always necessary as it will allow us to evaluate your needs and help us understand the results you are looking for so that we can find the perfect solution for you. This type of treatment is suitable for small fat deposits, it is not suitable for people who are overweight.

 

Both technologies are painless, during the lipocavitation you will hear an ultrasound sound, during the radiofrequency feel a sensation of heat on the treated area.

The belly treatment lasts about 30 minutes and must be done over 5 to 10 sessions to obtain good results.

It is recommended to drink plenty of water before and after the treatment to facilitate the elimination of toxins and fat cells.

 

On the day of your treatment, do not consume alcohol, soda or caffeine.

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