How Does It Work?
Ultrasonic Cavitation (4D Cavi) works by transmitting ultra high frequency (40kHz) sound wave energy into the subdermal tissues.
It targets the area immediately beneath the treatment head to a consistent depth of 8-10mm. This forms low pressure bubbles within the adipocyte layer (fat cells). This creates a positive pressure within the tissues causing the fat cells to rupture, or driving the fat cell contents into the lymphatic system.
If used in isolation to break down stubborn or hard fat deposits, the ultrasonic waves cause low pressure bubbles to form between the cells, weakening cell cohesion and rupturing the cell membrane.
Within 48 hours after treatment, undertaking some form of (preferably cardio vascular) exercise to raise your heart rate, therefore increase your metabolic rate, will ensure you retain the results delivered during the treatment. Your body will use the fuel available in your blood stream, which includes the Fatty Acids and Triglycerides released by the 4D Cavi treatments.
Once the “fuel” in the bloodstream has been used up, your Liver will begin to target the remaining fat deposits (starting with those most easily broken down – the treated areas) for further “fuel”. Therefore, the more exercise you undertake between treatments, the better your results will be! 4D Cavi Inch Loss is a fantastic means of “reminding” your body about those long dormant fat deposits that no amount of exercise seems to be able to target.
What Does It Cost?
What Areas Can Be Treated?
Can I Be Treated?
The good news is that almost everyone can be treated – as long as you are over 18 and capable of doing some exercise after each treatment to burn your bodies “fuel” laser lipo can be carried out on yourself. However there are some contra-indications (you can NOT be treated), these are listed below so please read through these and do not take offence if you can’t be treated, this is for your safety not ours.
- Pacemaker or internal defibrillator
- Superficial metal or other implants in treatment area
- Any form of prosthesis, replacement joint or metal plates in the treated area.
- Severe concurrent conditions, such as cardiac disorders.
- Pregnancy and nursing
- Patients with history of diseases stimulated by heat, such as recurrent Herpes Simplex in the treatment area, may be treated only following a prophylactic regime.
- Any active condition in the treatment area, such as sores, psoriasis, eczema or undiagnosed rashes.
- Any surgical procedure in the treatment area within the last 3 months or before the complete healing.