Fat Cavitation Perth Talks About Ultrasonic Cavitation And How It Affects Your Fat Cells.
The Fat Cavitation phenomenon, also known as Ultrasonic Cavitation, has known to the beauty industry for almost 40 years. Ultrasonic Cavitation application to treat fat deposits was first discovered by Italian scientists, although it remained largely unused for many of those years until recently. Scientific papers on the impact of cavitation, including the effects on the human body, have been presented at the site of the National Space Agency of the U.S. (NASA).
The secret to the successful results that have been achieved by many fat cavitation clients all over the world lies in the fact that when fat cells are exposed to ultrasonic waves of special aspects, those that occur only at certain frequencies (25-70 kHz), pressure (0.6 kPa) and flux density, these aspects allow for the formation of micro bubbles inside the fat cells. These bubbles which have great potential energy, aid in the collapse of the fat cell, and further influence the reduction of fat cells in the area that you want to target. The bubbles that have been created inside the fat cell will grow in size and burst.The bursting of the bubbles causes a weakening of the fat cells walls and allow for the membrane to rupture and for the body to remove the waste.
It is known that at birth, when the fat cells once been formed in our body, never to reduce its size, but only decrease (reduced in size) in any attempt to lose weight or increase in size with obesity. In other words, the cells expand and contract in relation to what we ask them to do. They don’t go away. To remove the fat cells from the body, you must look at a way to comprimise the cell itself and allow for the body to remove the waste.
The physical nature of the impact of cavitation on the fabric of the fat cell construction is fundamentally different from the ultrasonic treatment used in aesthetic medicine. What makes the fat cavitaion work is the combination of the ultrasonic waves to penetrate the fat cells, and the pressure that is evident when the bubbles in the cells explode. This exploding reaction inside the cell itself causes another chain reaction. Once the bubbles inside the cell have exploded, the pressure that is omitted through out the rest of the cell causes the fat cell walls to be compramised and to collapse.
At the same time, other cells and tissues (muscle fibrils, epidermal cells, vascular endothelial, etc.) under the action of cavitation are not damaged, because are relatively stable and have sufficient elasticity.
There have been many scientific studies that proved the efficacy and safety of cavitation.