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Cavitation & radiofrequency

What is Cavitation?

Cavitation is a fat reduction treatment that uses ultrasound waves to target and break down stubborn fat cells. This process, known as lipolysis, converts fat cells into a liquid form that is naturally metabolized and eliminated by the body. It’s an excellent option for those looking to reduce localized fat deposits without surgery or downtime.

What is Radiofrequency (RF)?

Radiofrequency (RF) treatments use energy waves to heat the deeper layers of your skin, stimulating collagen and elastin production. This process helps to tighten and firm the skin, reducing the appearance of sagging and cellulite.. RF treatments are perfect for individuals seeking to enhance skin texture and elasticity for a more youthful and toned appearance. 

Benefits of Cavitation and radiofrequency


Both RF and cavitation treatments are non-surgical, meaning no incisions, no anesthesia, and no lengthy recovery times.

Fat Reduction:

Cavitation effectively targets and reduces stubborn fat deposits in areas such as the abdomen, thighs, and hips.

Skin Tightening:

RF treatments stimulate collagen production, improving skin elasticity and reducing sagging.

Cellulite Reduction:

The combination of RF and cavitation helps to smooth and reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Quick and Convenient:

Sessions are typically quick, allowing you to return to your daily activities immediately after treatment.

Safe and Painless:

Both treatments are safe and painless, with minimal to no side effects.



Most people will be able to notice an immediate result in the tightness of their skin, but results continue to emerge in the days following the treatment too. Skin is remarkably smoother and muscle tone is more visible too. Normally, multiple sessions are required, generally 1 per week until you’ve had about 8 to 10 treatments in total, this also depends on the results you would like to achieve.


Results from cavitation and radiofrequency treatments can be long-lasting, but they are not necessarily permanent. Here are some key points to consider:


  1. Fat Reduction: Cavitation uses ultrasound waves to break down fat cells, which are then metabolized and eliminated by the body.

  2. Long-term Results: The fat cells that are destroyed and removed do not regenerate. Therefore, with a healthy lifestyle, the reduction in fat can be maintained.

  3. Maintenance: Maintenance treatments may be necessary to sustain results, especially if there are significant changes in weight or lifestyle.


  1. Skin Tightening: Radiofrequency (RF) treatments stimulate collagen production, leading to tighter and firmer skin.

  2. Collagen Stimulation: The effects of increased collagen can last for several months to a few years, depending on individual factors like age, skin type, and lifestyle.

  3. Maintenance: Periodic maintenance sessions are often recommended to sustain the skin-tightening effects and keep the skin looking youthful.

Combined Treatments:

  • When cavitation and radiofrequency are combined, they can effectively reduce fat and tighten skin, providing a more contoured and smooth appearance.

  • Adopting a balanced diet, regular exercise, and a good skincare routine can help prolong the results of these treatments.

In summary, while cavitation and radiofrequency can produce long-lasting results, maintaining those results often requires a combination of healthy lifestyle choices and occasional maintenance treatments.


Most people find the treatment to be very comfortable.  With cavitation you might experience a small amount of noise discomfort and feel slight tingling, but there is no pain. With the radiofrequency, however, the sensation is of a pleasant local warmth.


Pregnant or Breastfeeding

Cancer (all forms)

Undergoing chemotherapy or immune therapy


High blood pressure (uncontrolled)

Diabetes (uncontrolled)

Keloid scarring

Excessive pigmentation

Vein inflammation

Prednisone and other steroid medications (treatment will increase inflammation)

Chemical peels and laser resurfacing

Sunburn in the area being treated

Chronic inflammation (depending on severity of chronic inflammatory conditions - consider that treatment will increase inflammation and anti-inflammatory medications reduce the effectiveness of the treatment - please discuss with your doctor first)





Drink plenty of water (at least 1.5 to 2 liters) starting 2-3 days before your treatment. Hydration is crucial as it helps the body flush out the fat and toxins released during cavitation.

Avoid Heavy Meals and Alcohol:

Refrain from consuming heavy meals, alcohol, and caffeine 24-48 hours before your treatment, as these can hinder the body's ability to process and eliminate fat.


Have a detailed consultation with your practitioner to discuss your medical history, current medications, and any concerns you may have. This will help determine if you are a suitable candidate for the treatment.

Avoid Certain Medications:

Avoid taking anti-inflammatory medications or blood thinners unless prescribed by your doctor, as these can increase the risk of bruising.

Skin Preparation:

Ensure the treatment area is clean and free of lotions, oils, or any other skincare products on the day of the treatment.






Continue drinking plenty of water (1.5 to 2 liters) daily for several days after the treatment to help your body flush out the broken-down fat cells and toxins.


Healthy Diet:

Maintain a healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains. Avoid high-fat, high-sugar, and high-sodium foods to support the body's natural detoxification process.


Avoid Alcohol and Caffeine:

Refrain from consuming alcohol and caffeine for at least 48 hours post-treatment to prevent dehydration and optimize results.



Engage in light physical activity, such as walking or gentle exercises, to stimulate lymphatic drainage and enhance the elimination of toxins.



Consider lymphatic drainage massages or self-massage of the treated area to encourage the removal of toxins and reduce fluid retention.

Avoid Heat Treatments:

Steer clear of hot baths, saunas, and steam rooms for 48 hours after the treatment, as these can increase inflammation and sensitivity.


Use gentle skincare products and avoid harsh exfoliants or treatments on the treated area for a few days. Apply soothing creams or aloe vera if needed to reduce any redness or irritation.


Follow-Up Treatments:

Schedule follow-up sessions as recommended by your practitioner to achieve the best results. The number of treatments required varies based on individual goals and body response.

By following these before and aftercare guidelines, you can maximize the effectiveness of your cavitation and radiofrequency treatments, achieving optimal results and maintaining the health and appearance of your skin.


Cavitation and Radiofrequency can be used to safely target fat and tighten skin from all major areas, including:

• Abdomen

• Flanks (love handles or muffin top)

• Back including bra-bulges

• Buttocks

• Inner and outer thighs

• Arms

  • Face and  Neck

• Chin and Jawline


Radiofrequency (RF) and cavitation treatments are effective non-invasive procedures for fat reduction, skin tightening, and body contouring. However, not everyone is a suitable candidate for these treatments. Here are the key factors that determine suitability:


Good Overall Health:

Candidates should be in generally good health without any serious medical conditions. A thorough medical history and consultation with a qualified practitioner are essential.


Stable Weight:

Ideal candidates are those who are close to their target weight. These treatments are not intended for significant weight loss but for body contouring and fat reduction in specific areas.

Localized Fat Deposits:

Those with stubborn fat deposits in specific areas (e.g., abdomen, thighs, arms) that are resistant to diet and exercise are good candidates for cavitation.

Mild to Moderate Skin Laxity:

Radiofrequency is effective for individuals with mild to moderate skin laxity who are looking to tighten and firm their skin.

Realistic Expectations:

Candidates should have realistic expectations about the results. These treatments can enhance body contours and improve skin appearance, but they are not a substitute for a healthy lifestyle.





Generally, adults aged 18 and older can undergo these treatments. Older adults with significant skin laxity may benefit from RF more than younger individuals.

Skin Type and Tone:

Radiofrequency treatments are suitable for all skin types and tones. Cavitation is also generally safe for most individuals, but a consultation is necessary to assess skin and tissue suitability.


Postpartum Candidates:

Women who have recently given birth and are looking to reduce localized fat deposits and tighten loose skin can benefit from these treatments. It's advisable to wait until the body has stabilized postpartum, typically 6 months to a year.


Pregnancy and Breastfeeding:

These treatments are not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

Metal Implants:

Individuals with metal implants (e.g., pacemakers, metal plates) in or near the treatment area may not be suitable candidates, especially for radiofrequency treatments.

Severe Medical Conditions:

Those with severe health conditions such as heart disease, liver or kidney disorders, or autoimmune diseases should avoid these treatments.

Skin Infections or Conditions:

Active skin infections, inflammations, or conditions like eczema or psoriasis in the treatment area may contraindicate the procedure.

Blood Disorders:

Individuals with blood disorders or those on blood-thinning medications may be at higher risk of bruising and should consult their doctor.

Recent Surgery:

Those who have recently undergone surgery in the target area should wait until fully healed and cleared by their surgeon before considering these treatments.

Consultation and Assessment:

Personalized Evaluation: A detailed consultation with a qualified practitioner is essential to assess individual suitability, medical history, and specific goals.

Customized Plan: Based on the assessment, a personalized treatment plan can be developed to address the candidate's unique needs and ensure the best possible outcomes.

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