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Ultrasonic Cavitations uses leading-edge technology that converts fat cells into liquid which can then be naturally drained by the body's own natural filtration system.

Generally, one ultrasonic cavitation treatment lasts 30-60 minutes. You must allow at least 72 hours to pass between each session in order to give the body time to eliminate the fat.


You MUST drink a minimum of 3 liters of water after the treatment. Water is a key component of how effective the treatment can be. For the best results, 10-14 sessions coupled with a healthy diet are recommended. Consultation is recommended before starting treatment. 

Stomach: $125 - $400
Love Handles: $125 - $400
Under Eyes: $100 and up
Face: $100- $300
Chin: $125 - $300
Butt Lift (Non-Invasive) $125 - $400
Thighs: $125 - $400
Arms: $100 - $350

ADDITIONAL BODY SCULPTING OPTIONS

 

Cellulite Treatment - $125- 350 

During cellulite treatment, fat is reduced using radiofrequency or a cavitation probe. This process helps to smooth out the skin. Then, a vacuum therapy procedure is used to pop out the dents or cellulite holes in the targeted area.

Butt Enhancer - $150-$300 per session

Non- Invasive Vacuum Butt Lift involves restoring and increasing buttocks volume with your own fat using vacuum therapy. The vacuum therapy uses ultrasound waves that lifts the buttocks, stimulates the muscles and mobilizes the fat permanently. This treatment works by moving fat cells from other areas of the body into the butt tissue, therefor making the butt more developed. Sessions needed to see max results 10-12 sessions. This process is equivalent to 1500 squats per session.

Laser Lipo - $175- $400 per session

Prices may vary from person to person based on your vision for your body.

People Who Should Avoid Cavitation

  • Women that are pregnant or nursing

  • Epileptics

  • Menstrual Period

  • If you have been recently hospitalized, and/or have wounds that have not completely healed

  • Anyone with acute inflammation

  • Anyone with heart disease, or a pacemaker

  • Anyone with kidney stones, gallstones, or kidney disease

  • Anyone with artificial limbs, or silicone implants

  • Anyone who has genetic hypersensitivity