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Body Contouring

1 Session      $95 

3 Sessions    $ 270 (save $15)

5 Sessions    $ 425 (save $ 50)

10 Sessions  $ 800 (save $150)


Getting Ultrasonic Cavitation done after liposuction is one of the many procedures that can help finish your look after surgery. When excess fat is removed, the skin around that area tends to become loose, and nobody wants saggy skin. 

Ultrasonic cavitation is not a weight reduction technique.  It is designed to reshape, sculpt the body, and remove stubborn fat or cellulite.

Ultrasonic Cavitation & Radiofrequency Therapy

Ultrasonic Cavitation and Radiofrequency Therapy are non-invasive, painless for body contouring. Ultrasonic Cavitation is designed to help reduce the fat pockets that remain after liposuction that can’t be addressed through exercise or diet. It is a highly specialized therapy that reduces fat volume and tones the body.  Cavitation uses the technology of ultrasound to eliminate fat cells. This will help you lose inches on the areas that are treated, resulting in a much smoother, smaller, contoured shape.


Radiofrequency tightens the skin, removes fat, and improves tone without any downtime or pain at all. This pain-free procedure reduces cellulite, boosts collagen production, and gets rid of fatty deposits that fail to go with exercise.

How does Ultrasonic Cavitation & Radiofrequency work?

Ultrasonic cavitation is a simple procedure that relies on sound waves to flush fat from the body instead of intensive surgery. During an ultrasonic cavitation procedure, noninvasive machines target specific body areas with low-frequency sound waves. This process heats and vibrates the layer of fat cells below the skin's surface. The pressure eventually causes the fat cells to liquefy and release their contents into the bloodstream. You will feel a warm sensation or hear a buzzing in your ears during the session. The benefits of cavitation are that it is effective at targeting trouble spots, but it does not require any downtime.  


Radiofrequency works by transmitting energy waves into the body. These waves are unique in that they leave healthy, desirable cells like skin and muscle unharmed as they pass through them. When they reach fat cells, they make certain molecules within the cells vibrate. Radiofrequency is also called skin tightening.

Commonly Asked Questions

Q: Can I have Ultrasonic Cavitation if I don’t have liposuction?

A: Yes, you can.  Nonsurgical Ultrasonic Cavitation is also known as nonsurgical fat reduction. These procedures reduce or remove stubborn pockets of fat to contour and shape different areas of the body. 

Q: When can I expect to see the results?

A: Most clients see results immediately after their first visit.  You can expect to see more results two days post-treatment.  You will see more results after each treatment.  

Q: What areas can be treated with Cavitation?

A: Face, Abdomen, Waist, Thighs, Flanks (“Love handle” area), Upper/Lower Arms, Bra Area, Lower Back and Buttocks (Unless you’ve had a fat transfer – “BBL”)

Q: Can I have more than one area treated during the one-hour session?

A: Following the therapy, the body has to work to remove the excess fat that is now passing through the lymphatic system to the liver. For this reason, treating multiple areas is not advisable and may not be effective.

Additionally, the body has to process all of the fat that is released, so, it is important not to overload the body with too much fat at once.


Q: Is there any downtime after Ultrasound Cavitation and Radiofrequency Therapy?

A: No, although rarely some people may experience mild side effects after Ultrasound Cavitation including:


  • Redness and irritation of the skin (will disappear after a few days)

  • Mild tenderness or bruising

  • Increased thirst

  • Mild aches and pains including headache

  • Increased body temperature

 Clients with the following contraindications should not use Ultrasound Cavitation:

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding 

  • Metallic implants such as pins, prostheses, or pacemakers 

  • Intrauterine device (avoid treating the abdomen)

  • Epilepsy 

  • Cancer at any time and in any form 

  • Blood disorders 

  • Internal heat in the body (ex: fever or acute inflammation) 

  • Heart disease 

  • Kidney and liver disease 

  • Severe high blood pressure or circulation problems 

  • Deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins 

  • Hemorrhagic disease, trauma, vascular rupture  

  • Inflammation of the veins, phlebitis 

  • Current treatment with anticoagulants, anti-inflammatories, or antibiotics 

  • Long-term steroid use 

  • Infections 

  • Internal bleeding (ex: bleeding from ulcers) 

  • Autoimmune diseases 

  • Red, dry, and itchy skin rashes 

  • Urinary incontinence 

  • Transmissible diseases 

  • Time of menstruation (avoid treating the abdomen) 

  • Under 18 

Q: What should I do before and after Ultrasonic Cavitation?

A: To get the best result out of your cavitation experience it is important to follow these aftercare rules.

  1. You should drink a minimum of 1.75 of water two days prior to prep and lots of days of and following two days post-procedure.

  2. Reduce carbohydrate intake as carbohydrates are often stored as fat.

  3. Avoid alcohol, caffeine, carbonated drink before and after your session the day of your treatment. 

  4. Eat healthy foods.  Fast food, spicy food, greasy food should be avoided.

  5. Get moderate exercise each day.

  6. Self hands massage is recommended, it will stimulate blood circulation and boosts your metabolism.


Q: Can I exercise after my Ultrasonic Cavitation? 

A: Yes, It’s very beneficial if you do 30 minutes workout within 24 hours after your session.


Q: What if I don’t see results straight away?

A: It is important to remember that everyone is different and your body will work according to your unique metabolism.  You will see reduction during a course of treatments which is why we recommend a course of 3 or more to get great results.

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