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Ultrasonic Cavitation

[span7] What is Ultrasonic Cavitation? · Ultrasonic (ul·tra·son·ic ) adj. Relating to acoustic frequencies above the range audible to the human ear, or above approximately 20,000 hertz. · Cavitation (cav·i·ta·tion) n. The sudden formation and collapse of low-pressure bubbles in liquids by means of mechanical forces. · Ultrasonic cavitation uses sound wave energy at 40kHz…
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Working Out? Make it Count!

[span7] - You work out. - You watch what you eat. You're doing everything 'right', but you still can't shift that one, stubborn spot: > For most women after childbirth, it's our tummies. > For women over 50, it can also be the 'love handles' and the 'bingo-wings'. > For the great 'British Pear', it's…
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Fab News for “British Pears”!

Did you see the amazing article in the Daily Mail Online on Feb 13th 2017?

The author experienced the latest treatment for 'saddlebags' using a combination of Cryolipolysis (fat freezing) and Radio Frequency (RF).

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Sooner is Better!

New results show that re-treating an area as soon as 4 - 6 weeks after the first treatment speeds up results!

The more that cryolipolysis is used across the globe (and there have been more than a million treatments done to date!), the more we are learning!

According to Grant Stevens, MD - a plastic surgeon in Los Angeles...

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