3D Inch Loss Treatments

Our 3D inch loss treatment (cavitation) is a fantastic treatment for those looking to quickly reduce the overall circumference of a specific problem area, with a reduction of up to 2-4cm within the area possible.

Our Range of 3D Cavitation Treatments:

How 3D Cavitation Works

Cavitation uses low frequency ultrasound to disrupt fat cells. The content within these cells, primarily triglycerides, is released into the fluid which normally lies between such cells, and can then be processed by the body’s natural mechanisms via the liver.

We recommend combining 3D Cavitation treatments with 3D Shockwave, which helps to destroy what remains of these cells, and also give you faster results!

Frequently Asked Questions on 3D Cavitation:

We aim to answer all your questions before your treatment.  If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us or book a consultation to discuss your personalised treatment.

Is there any downtime with this treatment?

There is no associated downtime with this treatment.

How many sessions are required?

One session will show results providing the correct aftercare advised by your aesthetician is followed. We recommend a course of 3D body sculpting treatments for optimum results. A course of 8 treatment sessions is usually advised. When cavitation is combined with shockwave, the outcome of the treatment is improved.

Your aesthetician will discuss your desired treatment outcome with you, and tailor an appropriate treatment plan.

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