What is Ultrasonic for Fat Loss?
WHAT IS FAT CAVITATION?
Ultrasonic Cavitation destroys fat cells at such a rate and in such a quantity that fat storage is significantly reduced or eliminated. This happens with sound waves measured in Megahertz. A MHz or Megahertz is 1,000,000 hertz and a rating of 40KHz to 5 MHz is used in an ultrasonic treatment.
This type of sound wave can destroy the fat cells without causing damage to any other tissues or organs.
Ultrasonic therapy forces a powerful sound wave to the fat cell membranes.
The fat cell membrane succumbs to the pressure, is reduced to liquid, and is expelled through the body’s normal metabolic method.
Clients see the results and are pleased with the increase in their body’s fat cell metabolism. Clients can often see results after the first two hours after using Ultrasonic Cavitation and RF Therapy.
Ultrasonic cavitation therapy makes it possible to apply concentrated levels of ultrasonic energy to specific treatment areas. This type of therapy targets and destroys subcutaneous fat cells in the fat cell membranes through a series of microscopic implosions. Once the fat cell membrane (adipose tissue) is destroyed, the fat is discharged between the cells where they are turned into protein and then changed to free fatty acids and glycerol. Free fatty acids are moved to the liver where they decay and are removed from the body while water-soluble glycerol is transported to the circulatory system and used as energy.
Tri-polar Radio Frequency or RF Tripolar RF metabolizes the large fat granules that were exploded by the first cavitation treatment. Heat forces collagen fibers to contract in the subcutaneous and dermis layers, which immediately tighten. New collagen is produced as Fibroblast metabolism is increased, creating a long-term result of smoother and firmer skin. Since RF energy affects the deeper dermal layers, a decrease in deep wrinkles, and thicker and firmer skin. RF promotes new collagen protein which causes the original collagen protein to strengthen the skin.
Lipolysis (mono-polar Radio Frequency combined with cavitation), causes the remaining adipose tissue (fat cell membrane) to explode and forces the removal of triglycerides as well as a tightening of the skin. The sub-dermis, where cellulite is found, is heated by the ultra-power mono-polar radio frequency waves which cause a tightening and slimming appearance on cellulite tissues.