Body fat is stored in different areas in each individual's body, resulting in various body shapes and sizes.
There are many locations in the body where fat is stored, such as the thighs and buttocks, while others keep it in their upper arms and chest. Then some individuals have more of a uniform distribution of body fat.
While fat in some places may cause us concern, a protruding waistline is the leading cause of health problems, and this is due to the various types and quantities of fat deposits we have in our bodies.
There are two main types of fat subcutaneous and visceral fat. Subcutaneous fat is defined as body fat that is directly beneath the skin. It is pinchable and can be measured with body fat/skinfold calipers.
Everyone has some visceral fat. Visceral fat is located within the abdominal cavity, between the stomach, intestines, liver, kidneys, and other organs, making measurement more difficult. This fat surrounds the stomach, liver, and intestines because it cushions the organs and surrounds key blood arteries delivering blood to abdominal organs. There are, however, some warning indicators of excessive visceral fat.
It is always advice to see your primary doctor to determine your health regarding body fat.
Most non-surgical body contouring devices employ energy to enter the skin and break down underlying fat, whether it's radiofrequency, ultrasound, freezing temperatures, or a hyperthermic laser. The damaged fat cells are subsequently gradually removed by the body's normal metabolic process during the next few weeks/months following treatment.
Since we are born with a particular number of fat cells. We have the same fat cells regardless of how much weight we acquire or lose - they only enlarge with weight gain. This way, when non-invasive fat removal kills some fat cells, the targeted cells are extinguished for good. The effects are long-lasting.
A typical in-clinic treatment lasts about 60 Minutes. Typically, the operator will place a handpiece in the treatment area and hold it there for a predetermined time.
There is no downtime, and clients can immediately return to work or their typical activities.
Cavitation and Laser lipo is a relatively recent technology that is most utilized for fat reduction. These devices use low-frequency to mold the body without the use of anaesthesia. It is a risk free treatment that avoids scarring, discomfort, and downtime. It is regarded as a safe alternative to surgical liposuction. These treatments creates a high pressure wave that targets the fat membranes because the membranes are unable to withstand the pressure, they disintegrate into a liquid state that is naturally eliminated, resulting in immediate fat loss.
The procedure begins with measuring the circumference of the target body area, then applies the device directly to specific areas of the skin after a gel is applied, and continues with circular movements of the applicator over the treatment site.
For combo session, a radiofrequency probe is also used, which is slowly rotated over the target area, transmitting radio waves to the skin and heating it. The heat stimulates the colagen fibers to contract, tightening the skin immediately.
Treatment sessions typically last about 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the size of the area and the thickness of the fat layer. Results can sometimes be seen immediately after the initial treatment, with further improvement seen within a few days. Six to Twelve sessions, once a week are recommended. However, additional treatments may be required to reach the clients desired figure.
Fat cavitation induces emulsification of fat; it ruptures the fat cell membrane, releasing its fat content and transforming it into a material easily eliminated by the sweat gland, liver, and lymphatic system, which is subsequently eliminated via the urine.
It is critical to be hydrated both before and after ultrasonic fat cavitation, so drink plenty of water. Individuals should consume 8-12 glasses of water every day on average. Consume a balanced diet, with an emphasis on fresh fruits, vegetables, and meat.
Individuals may experience nausea in the early stages of treatment as toxins are moved around the body.
On the day of treatment no narcotics or alcohol should be consumed.
It is advised to wear compression garments to help with molding, as the skin tissues softens.