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Cavitation is for overall fat reduction mainly for larger areas of fatty tissue, circumference reduction. It is a low frequency ultrasound wave that travels between 2-3 cm, this therapy is completely safe and travels through the nervous system.

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The therapy uses an ultrasound wave to mechanically disrupt the cell membrane of the fat cell. The ultrasound wave creates a vibration within the fat layer to cause the cell membrane to break down.

It is a natural phenomenon based on low frequency ultrasound, the ultrasound produces a strong wave of pressure to fat cell membranes. A fat cell Cannot with stand this pressure and therefore disintegrates into a lipid state.

Weekly course – one a week for 8 weeks is recommended.

Clients must follow the pre and post care instructions after treatment.


  • How many treatments of 3D-Cavitation is recommended?A course of 8 3D-CAVITATION treatments is recommended, however results can be seen after one treatment with an average inch loss of 2-4cm per treatment. Further courses may be required to reach your desired result.
  • Can I combine 3D-CAVITATION with other treatments?3D-CAVITATION can and is very often combined with other 3D-LIPO treatments.
  • What can I experience during a 3D-CAVITATION treatment?3D-CAVITATION treatment is generally pain free however heat may occur depending on the size of the area being treated.
    During the treatment a handheld device delivers a low frequency ultra sound wave which can be heard as a slight buzzing.
  • What happens during a 3D-CAVITATION treatment?During 3D-CAVITATION the membranes of the fat cells are disrupted. The fat cell content, primarily comprised of triglycerides, is dispersed into the fluid between the cells and then transported through the vascular and lymphatic  systems to the liver. The liver makes no distinction between fat coming from the 3D-CAVITATION treatment and fat originating from consumed food. Both are processed by the body’s natural mechanisms.