The ultrasonic cavitation of the vacuum slimming machine relies on ultrasonic technology to break down fat cells. Ultrasound penetrates deep into the layers of your skin, causing damaging vibrations. The fat cells then separate from each other and are shed from the dermis. After a few days, the fat cells are taken up by your lymphatic system and excreted as waste.
The process of ultrasonic cavitation is very simple.
You should use alcohol to disinfect the treatment area. Using a handheld ultrasound device, they are slowly passed over the targeted areas of your body.
You may hear the ultrasound machine hum. Treatment usually takes 40 minutes to an hour.
Vacuum slimming machine ultrasonic cavitation target area
Ultrasonic cavitation is also frequently performed in:
Ultrasonic cavitation is considered a low-risk treatment for most people. Common side effects include:
In some cases, the skin breaks down and fails to absorb the fat evenly. Lumps, bumps, and depressions may appear in the skin after ultrasound cavitation therapy.
These skin irregularities may resolve with follow-up treatments.
But don't expect immediate results. Your body may feel puffy or swollen after treatment ends. Your body needs time to break down and dissolve fat cells that have been shed.
You may also need to repeat the treatment to see noticeable results. Most candidates who undergo this treatment see their final results within 6 to 12 weeks. On average, 1 to 3 treatments are required to see visible results.
The effects of this treatment are permanent as long as you maintain a healthy diet and exercise. If you have a sedentary lifestyle, fat deposits may return to the treated areas.