Non-Surgical Lipo

Here at Formby Aesthetics, we offer a few different treatments for non-surgical Lipo, please read below for more information on each treatment. We can also combine these treatments, and each session takes around 30 minutes.

Ultrasound Cavitation

Fat Freeze (Cryolipolysis)

Radio Frequency skin tightening

Low Level Lipo Laser

Ultrasound Cavitation

6 Sessions needed – 30 min treatment – Weekly sessions

Ultrasonic waves using the ultrasound into the fat cells. This ‘vibrates’ the cells until the membranes break down, liquefying and releasing the fat from the cells.

** USUALLY COMBINED WITH Lipo Laser & RF

Low Level Lipo Laser

6 Sessions needed – 30 min treatment – Weekly Sessions

Low-level laser therapy is a light source treatment that generates light of a single wavelength. Low-level laser therapy emits no heat, sound, or vibration. Instead of producing a thermal effect, low-level laser therapy acts via nonthermal or photochemical reactions in the cells

** USUALLY COMBINED WITH CAVITATION & RF

Radio Frequency

6 Sessions needed – 30 min treatment – Weekly Sessions

Radiofrequency lipolysis is a procedure which uses a radio frequency to heat the fat without an instrument making physical contact with the patient.

** USUALLY COMBINED WITH CAVITATION/Lipo Laser/Fat Freeze

Fat Freeze – Cryolipolysis

3 Sessions needed – 30 min treatment – Every 6-8 weeks

Fat Freezing uses cold temperatures to destroy unwanted fat cells

** USUALLY COMBINED WITH Radio Frequency

Please note if you have the below contraindications – none of the treatments above can be performed.

  • Pregnant/Breastfeeding
  • Cancer – including chemo/immune therapy
  • Immunodeficiency (immunocompromisation)
  • Lupus ( illness of the immune system)
  • High blood pressure (uncontrolled)
  • Diabetes (uncontrolled)
  • Steroids (treatment will increase inflammation)
  • Heart problems or diseases
  • Kidney damage, diseases or problems
  • Liver damage, diseases or problems
  • Haemorrhagic disease, trauma or bleeding
  • Numb or insensitive to heat
  • Active implanted device such as pacemaker or defibrillator

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