3D Shockwave Treatments
3D Shockwave is our most popular treatment for cellulite, and is often combined with radio-frequency and cavitation to help banish those pesky bumps and dimples.
Our Range of 3D Shockwave Treatments:
How 3D Shockwave Works
3D Shockwave can be used to treat stubborn pockets of fat and cellulite, and also helps to stimulate collagen for skin tightening. It can be used as a stand-alone treatment, or combined with other 3D body sculpting treatments to further enhance and speed up results!
Frequently Asked Questions on 3D Shockwave:
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.
How does it work?
3D Shockwave uses sound waves to stimulate the breakdown of fat, lymphatic drainage and collagen synthesis. The sound waves are emitted from a probe which is passed over the skin.
Which areas can be treated?
Shockwave can be performed on many body areas including the stomach, buttocks, outer and inner thighs, knees, arms and hips.
How many treatments are required?
As a stand-alone treatment, we recommend a course of 8-10 shockwave sessions, however your aesthetician will be able to devise a personalised 3D body sculpting treatment plan with you during your consultation.
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