Cavitation

What is Cavitation?

Cavitation is a treatment used for aesthetic purposes and offers positive results to those who practice it. For the treatment to be possible, an ultrasound technology is used that promotes the formation of microbubbles in adipose tissue.

The blisters inflate and quickly undergo fragmentation, allowing the contents of the cells to be absorbed by the lymphatic system. This content will be deleted.

Remember that cavitation is concerned with improving the aesthetics of the skin and not slimming. The results are visible in the first sessions.

Cavitation is indicated for:

Cavitation is used for aesthetic purposes, improving the skin and eliminating fat cells.

Who can not use?

This treatment should not be performed by pregnant or nursing women, people who have liver disease, or who have a pacemaker. People with epilepsy or diabetes should also avoid it. For more information, contact us.