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Shockwave Therapy: How many sessions will I need?

This will depend on which areas you are treating, and what your goals are. Generally, we recommend that our clients undergo 4 to 6 sessions of Shockwave Therapy. This treatment can also be used to follow a course of Cryolipolysis, helping to target as much stubborn fat as possible.

Shockwave Therapy: How long will it take me to recover?

Shockwave Therapy is a non-invasive treatment which requires no recovery time. You can resume your daily activities immediately after the procedure.

Shockwave Therapy: Does Shockwave Therapy hurt?

Many of our clients find our Shockwave Therapy treatment comfortable and painless. However, as the sound waves are quite powerful, some clients may feel minimal discomfort.

RF Skin Tightening: How many sessions will I need?

The number of sessions that you need will depend on which areas you would like to treat and your goals. Generally, we recommend a course of 6 to 8 sessions for the best, long-lasting results.

RF Skin Tightening: How long will it take for me to recover?

There is no downtime for Radio Frequency Skin Tightening, and you can resume your daily activities immediately after the treatment.

RF Skin Tightening: Is the treatment painful?

Radio Frequency Skin Tightening is a non-invasive treatment, and many clients do not experience any pain or discomfort during the treatment. However, some clients may feel discomfort from the heat. Do not worry – the skin is monitored throughout the treatment with an infra-red thermometer to make sure that it stays at the right temperature.

Cavitation: Where do the fat cells go?

During Ultrasound Cavitation, the sound waves break down the fat cells into liquid fat. The liquid fat is removed through the lymphatic system, and excreted from the body through natural processes. The treatment helps to reduce the number of fat cells in the body, however, there is the possibility that the remaining fat cells could absorb the liquid fat. To prevent this from occurring, we recommend you undergo multiple treatments.

Cavitation: How long will it take me to recover?

Our Ultrasound Cavitation treatment is a non-surgical treatment, and therefore requires no recovery time after the procedure. This means you can go back to your daily activities straight away.

Cavitation: How many sessions will I need?

Due to the fact that the remaining fat cells can reabsorb the liquid fat, we recommend a course of at least 6 to 8 treatments to see the best results. Sessions should be quite close together to encourage greater fat reduction in the target area.

Cryolipolysis: How many treatments will I need?

Many people see great results from a single session. The number of sessions that you will require will ultimately depend upon the size of the areas that you wish to treat and the density of fat cells in the treated areas.

Cryolipolysis: Where do the fat cells go?

After the fat cells are frozen, your body naturally sheds them over the period of up to six months. Unlike with diet and exercise, Cryolipolysis causes fat cells to die and leave your body, permanently. With the HD Lipo Freeze procedure, you’ll literally freeze them away, and be left with a body that is firmer and more toned!

Cryolipolysis: Will I put the weight back on?

Our bodies contain a finite number of fat cells, and therefore they will not reproduce. However, an individual’s excessive calorie intake could cause the remaining fat cells to compensate by increasing
in size.

Cryolipolysis: Are there any side-effects?

There are no long-term adverse effects associated with Cryolipolyis. It is proven that our skin and fat are affected at different temperatures. Therefore, you can freeze the fat but not harm the  surrounding tissues. Clients may experience temporary bruising or numbness.

Cryolipolysis: How long will it take for me to recover?

The method is 100% non-invasive, which means no scalpels, needles, anaesthetic or sedation. With no restrictions or limitation imposed, clients are free to resume their regular activities immediately.