Skin laxity has been a major issue after a huge weight loss, pregnancy and also gives aged look. Our Centre is here to help our clients and make you feel ease.

  • Ultrasound Cavitation
  • Carboxytherapy

Ultrasound Cavitation
Weight loss is more than goal these days.

What is ultrasonic cavitation?
Ultrasonic cavitation is a simple, non invasive procedure that that uses low-frequency sound waves to burst fat cells, which may result in lost inches on the treated areas and (ultimately) a slimmer figure.

How does ultrasonic cavitation work?
In Ultrasonic cavitation procedure, machine probe targets specific body area with low-frequency sound waves. This process heats and vibrates the layer of fat cells below the skin’s surface. The pressure eventually causes the fat cells to liquefy and release their contents into the bloodstream which later gets eliminated through our lymphatics.

What kind of results can I expect?

  • Tightened skin and reduced cellulite (due to the production of new collagen and elastin fibers)
  • Reduced circumference in the treated area (due to fat-cell release)

How many treatments do I need? How often should I be treated to see results?
Although most practices that offer ultrasonic cavitation claim you’ll see results after the first session, they also caution that between 8 and 12 sessions are needed for optimum results. The exact number of treatments needed will vary due to factors such as age, weight, and the area being treated.

What are the benefits of this procedure?

  • Non- invasive
  • Body firming & contouring
  • Promotes blood circulation and lymphatic drainage
  • Improves and reduces the appearance of cellulite
  • Inhibits the formation of localized fat
  • No downtime

Carboxytherapy for skin tightening

What is carboxytherapy?
Carboxytherapy is a non invasive procedure. It refers to administration of carbon dioxide gas [CO2] below the skin into the cutaneous and subcutaneous region using a needle for therapeutic purposes thereby improving skin elasticity, reducing cellulite and fat cells and stimulates the collagen production.

How does it work?
Carbon Dioxide also happens to be the signal for poor blood circulation in the body. When the blood cells are exposed to high concentrations of carbon dioxide, they stimulate the release of oxygen molecules at that site. In a sense, by injecting small amounts of carbon dioxide gas just below the surface of the skin, we are tricking it into increasing the blood circulation to that area. Dark under-eye circles, cellulite, and stretch marks have all been shown to have some root cause in poor blood circulation.

For Cellulite and fat calls reduction:
Cellulite refers to the lumpy fat bulges. In Carboxytherapy, fat cells were ruptured by the CO2 gas while leaving the remaining skin structures and nerves unharmed.
It’s a painless procedure with barely any side effects.