An experienced therapist uses an ultrasonic device on a designated area of the body to revitalise the figure
About This Deal
- What’s included: up to eight sessions of fat cavitation body sculpting, or six sessions of fat cavitation and radio frequency skin tightening
- Treatment duration: 40 minutes
- Customers can select one area of their choice such as upper arms, stomach, thighs, legs, buttocks, calves, love handles and more
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What is ultrasonic cavitation?
Cavitation therapy features low level ultrasound waves and aims to revitalise figures when used in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle. A high-tech device is moved over the target area, which is designed to sculpt the body by reducing subcutaneous fat thickness.
Which areas can be targeted?
The treatment works well on areas with localised fat such as upper arms, stomach, thighs, legs, buttocks, calves, love handles. However, anywhere on the body can be treated apart from the female breasts.
What about aftercare?
Clients are advised to drink at least 1.5 litres of water before and after the session. They must then carry out cardiovascular exercise immediately afterwards; for example, go for a light run or brisk jog.
What is radio frequency treatment?
Radio frequency treatments are designed to revitalise the appearance of skin through the use of controlled and concentrated radio waves.
What happens at each session?
A topical anaesthetic cream is applied to the numb area of skin being treated, such as the forehead, under the eyes, jaw line or neck. Next, a technician affixes electrodes, and the RF machine emits radio waves of specifically selected frequencies, which can produce a warm sensation.
About Body Sculpting Sydney
Body Sculpting Sydney takes pride in helping clients achieve their body contouring targets thanks to an array of dedicated treatments. These include RF skin tightening and ultrasonic fat cavitation, as well as EMS Sculpt and cryogenic lipolysis. The boutique salon is located a stone's throw away from the Granville railway station.