On what area of my body can I use the Cavi-Lipo?

Common areas are: stomach, thighs, hips, back, chin, and arms. There is no limit to where you can use the Cavi-Lipo, but areas with larger amounts of localized fat are e likely to see faster results.


Is the Ultrasound Cavitation treatment painful?

No. This treatment is painless. In fact, it is very relaxing!


Is the Cavi-Lipo treatment safe?

Yes, because Cavi-Lipo is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment, it is safe and you will experience no downtime as a result.


How does ultrasound cavitation remove the fat from my body?

Ultrasound cavitation emulsifies your fat during the treatment making it easy for your body to expel it through the urinary and lymphatic systems.


How long are the Cavi-Lipo treatments and how many should I have done?

The treatments last about 30-50 minutes each and we recommend doing them no sooner than every 72 hours to allow ample time for the fat to expel completely from your body. While you are able to have up to 12 sessions, most clients will do anywhere between 6-12 before achieving their desired results.


Do I need to do anything before or after the treatments?

In order to make your treatments more effective, you will want to be sure to drink plenty of water (at least 1.5 Liters) before and after your treatment. We also recommend eating a low calorie diet and minimizing your intake or carbohydrates and fat for at least 24 hours before hand. This will help to burn any fatty acid and glucose stores in your body. After your treatment, you will want to walk, drink plenty of water and do light exercise to aid in the expulsion of the fat through your lymphatic system.


Can anyone have the treatment done?

For the most part, anyone looking to reduce fat and cellulite are a good candidate for the Cavi-Lipo. However, anyone with a pacemaker, cardiac or vascular disease, and women who are pregnant should not have the Cavi-Lipo treatment done. If you have a medical condition, your Cavi-Lipo technician will advise you to consult your physician before your treatment.