The FLABéLOS lipo machine is the first of its kind to combine the 3 major types of non-surgical therapies. The treatment begins with ultrasonic cavitation, this omits a radio frequency into the fatty layer below the surface of the skin breaking it down into a liquid format (imagine crushing a grape), Radiofrequency then removes the fatty liquids into your lymphatic drainage system in order for your body to burn off as a source of energy. The final part of the treatment is orientation, electrodes are strapped to the treatment area which stimulates the elasticity to the skin and tightens and firm the area dramatically, in many cases also reducing scar tissue and stretch marks.
This is an alternative treatment to surgical liposuction via a non-invasive procedure with pleasing results. There is no need for anaesthetic, a hospital stay or time off work. This state-of-the-art contouring system eliminates stubborn fat deposits to tighten and lift the skin, and reduce the appearance of cellulite on the body.
The FLABéLOS treatment is effective in treating the following areas:
- Under Arms
- Inner thighs
- Inner calves
- Love handles
- Outer thighs
FLABELOS LIPO Ultrasonic Cavitation is a new fat-cell-busting machine which utilises the latest revolutionary technology for body sculpting. This is an alternative beauty treatment to traditional liposuction and works without the need of surgery. This state-of-the-art contouring system eliminates stubborn fat deposits to tighten and lift the skin, reducing the appearance of cellulite on the body.
FLABéLOS LíPO ultrasonic cavitation treatment utilises ultrasound, radio frequency, electrical muscle stimulation and bio infra-red light methods to provide a safe, fast and affordable technique to lose weight and shape your body. Every FLABéLOS LíPO machine comes with an ultrasound hand piece, a radio frequency hand piece and body pads with body wraps. Every treatment needs to go through a simple 3-phase treatment process. A treatment session normally takes up about 45 minutes, the therapist is required to place the head of the hand piece onto the targeted areas and work in a slow circular motion then, at a later stage, the area is wrapped with the body pads.