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By Anonymous September 17, 2014 - 9:25pm
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Does ultrasonic cavitation work? Just curious if it's worth it.

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Hi Anon

Thanks for your question and welcome! 

Ultrasonic cavitation (or fat melting as it's commonly called) is an alternative to the more traditional liposuction. It breaks up fat cells by using ultrasonic waves. 

Whether is works or not will depending on the patient, the amount of fat involved and the administrator of the procedure. 

It's done is a series of treatments, from about 5 to 10, although this will vary person to person. 

For some reason there aren't a lot of testimonials around so aside from some "before  and after" photos on websites and testimonials, there isn't a lot of hype about this. 

But this procedure is not for weight loss, it's more for targeting trouble spots that simply won't budge no matter how much you work out. Some testimonials say they lost inches, others say they saw no change at all, despite many sessions. 

At this point, it's up to the person themselves to take the chance. My advice is to refuse a package of any more than three sessions, even if they tell you it take more sessions to see results - it shouldn't - you should see results in three sessions. 

Go to a reputable provider with brand name appliances. Give it a shot and see what happens after a few sessions. If you see results, then go for more! 

Bear in mind that the administrators of this procedure also recommend diet and exercise, which in itself will cause fat loss. 

It might be worth a shot to give it a try but don't depend on it solely for fat loss.  If you do try it, please let us know, we're really interested in your testimonial! 

Good luck !


September 18, 2014 - 5:45am
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