It solves difficult aesthetic problems of the face and body in an effective manner. Moreover, this device stimulates the body’s natural repair processes in a non-invasive way. 5 leading technologies integrated in 4 treatment heads:
Technologies: vacuum massage, bipolar radio waves, mechanical roller massage, InfraRed.
Area: thighs, buttocks, abdomen, waist, back
Technologies: vacuum massage, bipolar radio waves, InfraRed. Area: shoulders, back, calves
Technologies: vacuum massage, bipolar radio waves, InfraRed. Area: face, eyes, neck, cleavage
Technologies: cavitation, vacuum. Area: abdomen, waist, back, thighs, buttocks
Body circumference reduction
Removal of wrinkles
5 types of technology
Technology no. 1
BIOPOLAR RADIO WAVES
Radio wave intensity adjustment – allows to appropriately overheat tissues at various levels. Moreover, it stimulates fibroblasts in order to regenerate and produce new collagen, as well as elastin, and activates the lipolysis process.
Technology no. 2
MECHANICAL ROLLER MASSAGE
The rollers move in various directions, while stimulating the tissues at different levels – this therapy is aimed at adipose tissue, cellulite or firming.
Technology no. 3
CONTINOUS AND PULSE VACUUM
It is a combination of the technique of lymphatic drainage and vacuum massage. During the treatment, the head sucks the skin layer, and in result it creates a vacuum. This allows to improve the blood supply to adipose tissue, while reducing fat and cellulite. Moreover, it also significantly increases the depth of radio wave and InfraRed penetration.
Technology no. 4
INFRARED 940 NM
It operates on shallow layers of the skin and results in a temperature increase in the tissues, therefore it allows to achieve faster cellular metabolism. Furthermore, InfraRed prepares the skin for a better flow of current and improved influence of radio wave.
Technology no. 5
FOCUSED ULTRASONIC CAVITATION
Disruption of fat cell (adipocytes) membranes results in their permanent destruction. The applied vacuum sucks the folds and acts directly on the subcutaneous fatty tissue.