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30 mins

from £99


Focused ultrasound uses low-frequency waves that induce vibrations within the molecules in the skin’s dermal layer. This causes the production of tiny bubbles that, when burst, disrupt the fat cell membrane, causing cell damage.

Cavitation is ideal for use on the abdomen, thighs, flanks/hip rolls and upper arms.  requires multiple treatments spaced three to four weeks apart. Results can be seen as early as two months, with gradual improvement seen over subsequent months.

Treatments have been proven to be safe and well tolerated by patients of all skin types, experiencing no downtime and minimal side effects.

Further reading and references;


Abdelihamid et al. (2021) ‘Effects of Ultrasonic Cavitation on abdominal obesity in adolescent females: A randomised controlled trial’, Turkish Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation. Available at:

Albornoz et al. (2022) ‘Optimizing skin tightening in aesthetics in men’, Clinics in Dermatology. Available at:

Mazzoni et al. (2019) ‘Review of non-invasive body contouring devices for fat reduction, skin tightening and muscle definition’, Australasian Journal of Dermatology. Available at: doi: 10.1111/ajd.13090

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