Losing weight is not easy, especially if you do it the natural way. That’s why so many people are turning to weight-loss treatments to help them achieve their goals. If you are looking for a way to lose weight, there is no denying that slimming treatments can be an effective solution.
Slimming Treatment are most effective when they work on the principle of eliminating excess water weight by drawing it out through osmosis. The best known slimming treatment is vacuum therapy, which has been around for over 50 years and works with a simple concept: using suction to remove excess fluid from areas where fat accumulates. Ultrasonic cavitation treatment is a newer technology that also uses sound waves to break down fat cells, which are then eliminated from the body.
So, which of these two treatments is better? In this blog post, we’re going to take a look at the pros and cons of each one so you can decide which is right for you.
Vacuum slimming therapy is a non-invasive, scientifically studied procedure that employs a vacuum to remove cellulite from the thighs, knees, buttocks, stomach and upper arm regions. The cellulite is drawn away from the muscles by creating a vacuum around the areas, allowing blood flow to increase, lymphatic drainage to improve, and massage or exercise. This vacuum therapy is based on the ancient Chinese art of "cupping," which is now a popular alternative therapy.
The main benefit of vacuum therapy is that it is a non-invasive treatment that does not require any surgery or needles. It is also relatively painless, although some people may experience a slight tingling sensation. Vacuum therapy is one of the most affordable slimming treatments available, and it can be done in a therapist’s office or at home with a device that you purchase yourself.
Ultrasonic cavitation treatment is a newer technology that uses sound waves to break down fat cells, which are then eliminated from the body. The ultrasound waves create tiny bubbles in the fat cells, which then explode and release their contents.
One of the main benefits of ultrasonic cavitation treatment is that it can target multiple areas of the body at once, so it’s a great choice for people who want to slim down their whole bodies. Ultrasonic cavitation treatment is also non-invasive, painless and relatively affordable compared to other treatments on the market today.
There are a few key differences between vacuum therapy and ultrasonic cavitation treatment, such as:
# Technology - Ultrasonic cavitation treatment uses sound waves to break down fat cells at a specific body area. The pressure waves create tiny bubbles in the fat cells, which then explode and release their contents. These fatty acids are then removed from the body naturally. Vacuum therapy relies on suction to remove fluid from the body fat in a targeted manner. The machine is placed over the area that is being treated and a vacuum draws the fat cells out of the body. Aside from reducing cellulite, this treatment also helps with stimulating the production of new collagen.
# Function - Ultrasonic cavitation therapy can assist with fat reduction in the tissues (fat blasting), contouring and shaping the body, toning and tightening skin, and the reduction of cellulite. Vacuum therapy helps to reduce the appearance of cellulite, improved the tightness of the skin, and can also lead to muscle toning, stimulate blood circulation and lymphatic drainage, and aids in the removal of toxins.
# How to use - Vacuum therapy can be applied to the entire body. Although the most frequent regions are the legs, buttocks, abdomen, and upper arms. Ultrasonic cavitation therapy is commonly applied on any part of the body that you are carrying extra weight. The belly, thighs, buttocks, and back are all frequent treatment areas. According to weight loss experts, you can also target smaller regions such as your chin or upper arm.
If you’re looking to achieve a slimmer figure and reduce the appearance of cellulite, then it’s a good idea to use both vacuum therapy and ultrasonic cavitation treatment. This will give you the best possible results in terms of fat loss and skin tightening.
The best way to do this is by starting the treatment with Ultrasound Cavitation Therapy. If you apply any therapy to the fat tissue, it will feel softer (even if it is a manual massage). If the fat tissue is still firm at this point, the ultrasound cavitation wave resonance effect on the fat cell membrane would be considerably improved.
Once you finished with the Ultrasound cavitation, follow with the Vacuum therapy. It is important to massage the treated area with a circular motion and use some pressure in order to help evacuate the fluids, toxins and fat cells that have been released. The support structure around each fat tissue grid will be destroyed in this process, which will greatly assist the fat cells to be eliminated more quickly. The non-settled fat cells will also benefit from the back and forth movement since the supporting structure is removed.
Ultrasonic cavitation treatment carries no side effects as it is non-invasive and painless. Vacuum therapy on the other hand can be uncomfortable for some people, especially if they feel a lot of pressure around specific areas such as their abdomen or thighs. These types of treatments may also cause bruising to those with sensitive skin, so you should always consult with a professional before starting any treatment.
In conclusion, both vacuum therapy and ultrasonic cavitation treatment are great ways to reduce the appearance of cellulite and achieve a slimmer figure. By combining the two treatments, you will see better results in a shorter amount of time. However, it is important to consult with a professional before starting any treatment in order to avoid any potential side effects. It is also important to consider factors such as your weight and skin type.