This procedure uses a combination of cavitation, vacuum therapy, and laser lipo to treat one area of the body to achieve desired results. One session can be done for the stomach, arms, back, love handles, thighs, and butt.

Cavitation is an invasive body sculpting treatment with no anesthesia, scars, discomfort, and downtime. It’s a risk-free alternative to liposuction. The result is an instant loss of fat loss.

Vacuum bipolar RF helps to firm skin, enhance skin elasticity and dissolve fat that can be drained naturally. The procedure can also be used for reshaping especially after fat loss. The probe works by promoting tissue metabolism and repelling cellulite.

Laser lipo involves the application of a highly sensitive laser to dissolve fat deposits. This procedure leads to a permanent loss of fat if a healthy lifestyle is maintained.

Areas that can be treated: arms, stomach, back, love handles, thighs and butt.

Benefits of body contouring

  • Fat reduction
  • Improve body shape.
  • Skin tightening
  • Non-invasive or minimally invasive
  • Reduced cellulite appearance

What are some contraindications of body contouring?

  • Pregnant
  • Active infection
  • Open wounds or skin conditions- severe eczema or dermatitis
  • Recent surgeries or injuries.
  • Photosensitivity
  • Certain medical conditions such as cancer, liver or kidney disease, autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular diseases, or blood clotting disorders.


  • Drink 1-1.5L prior to attending a session.
  • Do not eat at least 2-3hours before a session if you are treating a stomach/abdomen area.
  • Always wear loose clothing when attending an appointment.
  • Avoid aspirin or anticoagulants if possible as they may cause bruising with a suction device.
  • Unprotected sun exposure to the treatment area 2 weeks prior to treatment rea if it is exposed to the sun.
  • Exfoliate the treatment area the day of your treatment.
  • Closely shave any hair in the treatment area. If the area to be treated has long hairs, they will be pulled by the device.
  • Discontinue the use of Accutane for six (6) months prior to treatment.
  • If you are pregnant, we will need to postpone your treatment. You can resume 3 months after delivery with a release from your doctor.
  • You must wait 3 months after liposuction to begin treatments; a release from your doctor is required.
  • Avoid the use of Retin-A or any acids that may be irritating to the treatment area 3 days prior to treatment.
  • Please note that you may be more sensitive to the procedure if you are premenstrual or menstruating.
  • If you are on antibiotics, you must have had your last dose 10 days prior to treatment.
  • The use of certain medications causing sensitivity to sunlight should be avoided, please contact us if you are not sure if your medication is
  • If the skin to be treated is irritated, non-intact or bruised we will postpone your treatment until your skin is healed.


Post treatment

  • Drink (1 gallon) of water throughout the day and follow a low-fat diet to maximize your results.
  • Walking for 20 minutes will benefit your body’s response to this treatment.
  • The treatment should not be exposed to the sun. SPF 30 or higher should be applied whenever exposed to the sun.
  • Immediately following the treatment, the area may show a slight erythema (redness) and/or edema (swelling). Itching is possible as well, which is completely normal.
  • Bruising, “hickeys” or crusting of the skin may also occur, this is possible however contact the office with any concerns you may have.
  • Avoid exfoliating the treatment area 24 hours post treatment, avoid exfoliating irritated skin.
  • Avoid Retin-A or irritating acids or products for 24 hours following treatment.
  • If the skin in the treated area crusts, do not rub, pick, or use any kind of exfoliant until the treated area heals. Do not shave if crusting is present.
  • If swelling occurs, apply ice packs. Discomfort or stinging may be alleviated with Tylenol or other pain relievers.