Many women struggle to reduce unwanted fat. A particularly frustrating problem is cellulite, those unsightly lumps and bumps that show up, mostly in the area of the buttocks and thighs. Cellulite is not like regular fat, because it is trapped within the skin’s connective tissues. Therefore it does not respond to exercise or dieting, and many women who are doing all the right things to stay slender can still have cellulite. There are some techniques that can be used to combat this affliction, and one of the most effective of these is ultrasonic cavitation (also known as aesthetic cavitation).
Unlike the well-known procedure called liposuction, and in a way similar to lipodissolve or mesotherapy, ultrasonic cavitation is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment for cellulite, also known as localized adiposity. It is a very new treatment in aesthetic medicine that first appeared in Milan just a few years ago under the name of “cavitazione estetica”. A machine is placed on the skin in an affected area and ultrasound is used to form bubbles in the trapped fat. The fat fragments into diglycerides and these are then naturally expelled through the urine.
Ultrasonic cavitation sessions last about 35 minutes. You need to consume about two quarts of water before and after each session, and wait 72 hours between sessions so the body has enough time to eliminate the fat. You should have from eight to twelve of these sessions, and you should see results after the third session. If lymphatic drainage and a drainage massage are applied the effectiveness is increased. Because this is such a new procedure there are not very many aesthetic centers yet that will do it, so you may want to try using you own device at home. The cost for the devices can vary greatly, so be sure to compare prices online.
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