High Frequency Vacuum
High Frequency Vacuum is a combination of ultrasonic sound waves, radio frequency, vacuum suction and infrared light.
This revolutionary technology combines ultrasound, radio frequency and vacuum therapy for a highly potent body sculpting treatment. It is an easy and highly effective non-surgical alternative for liposuction resulting in breakdown of fat cells and increase in collagen production for a tighter and firmer skin. Ultrasound accurately targets fat and cellulite, transmitting powerful sound energy pulses into the fat. This damages the fat cells, causing them to shrink. Radio frequency uses energy to heat the deeper layers of tissue, reducing the size of the fat cells, promoting collagen production and increasing blood flow. Vacuum therapy improves blood circulation, lymphatic drainage, soothes the underlying fat layers and increases elasticity. All three modalities work synergistically for effective fat removal, cellulite reduction, body shaping, and skin tightening.
Ultrasonic refers to sound frequency. An Ultrasonic Cavitation hand piece will make a sound we cannot hear while it is vibrating. We measure the vibration times per second as sound frequency, and refer to this as Hertz. Humans can hear from 20 hertz to 20,000 hertz. We are unable to hear anything above or below these levels. Therefore, sound waves with frequency above 20,000 hertz we call Ultrasonic. A Megahertz is 1,000,000 hertz; we refer to as MHz Usually an ultrasonic frequency of 1MHz to 5MHz is used for various medical treatments. The lower the megahertz the stronger the treatment. It is highly penetrative and directional.
The vibration of ion (positive and negative alternation of sound waves) produces a strong wave of pressure to fat cell membranes. Usually a fat cell membrane cannot withstand this pressure, it will explode into the liquid content. This liquid product leaves the body through the normal channels of the body’s metabolism.
Ultrasonic Cavitation results are due to the quantity of fat cells being destroyed and removed from the body’s environment for fat storage.
Ultrasonic cavitation technology enables concentrated sonic energy to be directed only at localised treatment areas, and is thus capable of selectively disrupting the subcutaneous fat cells through thousands of microscopic implosions impacting the fat cell membranes. After breakdown of adipose tissue (fat cell membrane), the fat is released into the interstitial fluid between the cells, where they are enzymatically metabolised to glycerol and free fatty acids. Water-soluble glycerol travels into the circulatory system used for new energy generation whereas the insoluble free fatty acids enter the liver where they are decomposed like any other simple fatty acid.