3D Lipo Ultimatepro
3D Lipo Ultimatepro

Fat Removal | Skin Tightening | Cellulite Reduction

3D-lipo is an award winning safe and painless treatment offering fantastic results for a range of concerns to create the complete non-surgical choice for treating fat reduction, cellulite and skin tightening, This celebrity favourite treatment is a credible alternative to surgery backed by Drs and surgeons.


Best for overall inch loss reduction and body coutouring for spot reduction and cellulite.
Treatment Areas:
  • Arms
  • Back
  • Abdomen
  • Buttocks
  • Thighs
Cryolipolysis Fat-Freezing
Cryolipolysis fat freezing is best for targeting stubborn pockets of fat and for body sculpting.
Treatment Areas:
  • Abdomen
  • Love Handles
  • Inner Thighs
  • Chin
  • Upper Arms
Clinically proven to reduce cellulite, stimulating fat breakdown, collgen syntheses and lympatic drainage.
Treatment Areas:
  • Abdomen
  • Inner and Outer Thighs
  • Arms
  • Hips
  • Buttocks
3D Lipo Ultimatepro Machine

Technical Information

The Cavitation treatment uses an ultrasound wave to mechanically disrupt the cell membrane of the fat cell. The ultrasound wave creates a vibration within the fat layer. The fat cells do not have the structural capacity to withstand this vibration and the cell membranes will very quickly break down.

These broken cells then release the triglycerides into the interstitial space in-between the cells, where they are enzymatically changed into free fatty acid and glycerol.

Water soluble glycerol is absorbed by the circulatory system and used as the energy source. Insoluble free fatty acids are transported to the liver and processed.

Human fat freezes from -1°C while the Cryolipolysis handpiece reaches from 0°C to -10°C.

The vacuum in the handpiece pulls the pocket of fat into the head and the plates inside the head freeze the area down to the selected temperature.

Subcutaneous fat cells are more vulnerable to the effects of the cold that other surrounding tissue.

When fat cells are exposed to a precise cooling below body temperature, they undergo crystallisation and localised cell death (apoptosis).

Using the unique combination of electro and cryotherapy, 20-40% of the fat cells in the area being treated die naturally and dissolve over the course of several months. These damaged fat cells in the treated area are gently eliminated through the body’s normal metabolic process.

In general, fat cells are more resistant to radio frequency electrical current than other skin cells.

Regular skin cells are made mostly of water and fat cells are made mostly of oil.

As oil is less conductive to electrical currents than water, the fat cells heat up more quickly than other skin tissue due to the higher resistance. At skin temperature of 40°C, the fat cells will start to melt and metabolise.

Fibroblasts are the connective tissue cells that produce collagen and elastin. Heating the deeper dermis to a constant 40-45°C stimulates fibroblast action and in turn, increases the synthesis of new collagen and elastic fibres. This thermal trauma, which occurs to 5-30% of the collagen fibres, causes an immediate contraction of the fibres. This contraction results in the production of new collagen. The diameter of the collagen fibres in the treated area is increased, and the spaces between the fibres are visibly reduced under a microscope. This tightens the skin’s appearance and stimulates the increase in blood supply.

Acoustic Wave Therapy, also known as Shockwave Therapy uses Radial Pressure Waves which are pulses generated by compressed air. This drives a projectile in a cylinder, located inside a handpiece, to a shock transmitter.

This cylinder then hits the tip of the handpiece pushing the energy into the skin.

In turn, this shrinks and permeates fat cells promoting fat metabolism, activating the metabolism and clearing the system of impurities through lymphatic drainage, increasing blood supply for skin tightening and softening and strengthening the connective tissue to treat cellulite.

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