Ultrasonic or ultrasound cavitation is the use of ultrasound technology to break down fat cells below the skin.


It is a non-surgical method of reducing cellulite and stubborn localised fat.

How does it work?

This procedure involves applying pressure on fat cells through ultrasonic vibrations. The pressure is high enough to make the fat cells break down into a liquid form. The body can then process the fat as waste through its lymphatic system.


The broken-down fat cells go from the body to the liver where they are processed and excreted as waste.


Ultrasonic cavitation tones the body using radio frequencies and low-frequency ultrasonic waves. These waves form bubbles around fat deposits under the skin. The bubbles then burst, breaking the fat deposits into the interstitial and the lymphatic systems where they are drained. The fat deposits are changed into glycerol and surplus fatty acids. Glycerol is then reused by the body whilst the surplus fatty acids travel to the liver and are excreted as waste.


There is no downtime post treatment and the results will progressively reveal during the next 2-6 weeks.


This method of treatment is maximised when used in conjunction with other weight loss treatments to help with getting rid of stubborn fat. It is a preferred method to other invasive procedures of eliminating body fat. It is important to note that your size could return to its previous state if you consume a high calorie diet.


Usually you can expect to see results of up to 20-50% reduction in the area treated.