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What is Fat Cavitation?


CmsSo you look in the mirror and you can see those areas on your body that you absolutely dislike? It doesn’t matter how many times you run along the beach, ride your bike or play sport, they do not seem to disappear.

We have a solution for you. It is called Fat Cavitation. At Vitruvius Divine, we have recently purchased a new Fat Cavitation machine to target those fatty areas.

How does Fat Cavitation work?

As a relatively new procedure it is a non invasive and aims to break down fat cells by using ultrasound technology. The machine works on the basis of “on the formation of cavitation bubbles within the fatty tissue. The cavitation bubble collapse and tear the fatty cells membranes. As a result, the fatty cells die and the fat is removed from the treated area.” (1)  Moreover, the ultrasound shocks the targeted area and breaks down the fat cells which are then dispersed into the lymphatic system and drained into your liver to be metabolised . (2)

Fat Cavitation

Fig 1 Shows the effect in which the Cavitation Ultrasound Technology has on the fatty cells.

What areas can be targeted?

At Vitruvius Divine we can cater your treatment to suit your needs. Be it stubborn belly fat for men or cellulite for women we can make it work for you.

Most common areas of treatment are:

  • Thighs
  • Abdomen
  • Hips
  • Bottom
  • Upper Arm

Although Fat Cavitation aims to breakdown fatty cells, it is not a weight loss solution. It should be viewed as skin resurfacing and tightening. Alike all of our treatments, we recommend continued exercise and healthy eating to achieve sustainable results.

Fat Cavitation Treatments last for about 30-45 minutes depending on the areas treated. We recommend between 6-10 sessions, with results occurring after the third session.

1) Azahari, H., 2010, Basics of Biomedical Ultrasound for Engineers, John Wiley and Sons, pp. 338
2) – Cavitation Principle

Author: Em Mango

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9 thoughts on “What is Fat Cavitation?

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