VIVO Clinic Cheshire offers the gold standard in Ultrasound Cavitation (inch loss) treatments. The treatments last 20-30 minutes and are relaxing and safe. Applicators are gently applied to the targeted area and are kept moving throughout the procedure. You will feel some heat from the applicators, though this is quite pleasant and your therapist will check with you regularly to ensure that you are comfortable. You will also hear a buzzing sound due to the conduction from the applicators, which is completely normal.
We recommend that you do not sunbath or using a tanning bed, at least three days’ priors to your ultrasound cavitation session. This will ensure optimal results, whilst minimising the risk of irritation to the skin. We also advise that you refrain from using moisturiser or any other skin products on the target area, on the day of your treatment.
Ultrasound cavitation sessions last approximately 30 mins, depending on the size of the area and the density of the fat cells. One session may be sufficient, though this depends on the clients and the radius of the areas being treated. (see below)
Ultrasound Cavitation Sessions
A single ultrasound cavitation session can produce a 1-5cm reduction in the fat density of the treated area. Our clients generally report optimal results, from between 4-10 session, which we recommend be taken no less than 2 days apart, to ensure that the treated fat is not reabsorbed. We have the technology to accurately monitor your progression, using callipers, and advanced body fat analysis scales.
We encourage our clients to drink plenty of water on the day, and three days after their treatment. Dehydration inhibits the metabolization of glycerol, which is released from the cells of fat that were targeted during the session.
We also ask that our clients refrain from alcohol use during the same period, as this can produce substandard results.
If you have any questions, we’re always happy to talk, both before and after the treatment, so book at free ultrasound cavitation phone consultation with us today.