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Ultrasound cavitation uses ultrasound to cause a cavitation effect in the inter-cellular fluid surrounding subcutaneous fat cells. This action causes the fat cells to rupture, while other cellular membranes, tissues, and systems remain unaffected.

Radio Frequency uses RF energy to heat tissues and stimulate the production of sub dermal collagen production in order to reduce the appearance of fine lines and loose skin, as well as the reduction of pore size.

High intensity 650 nm light transmits thermal energy into subcutaneous fat cells, creating a chemical signal that causes the fat cell to break down the stored triglycerides into free fatty acids and glycerol, releasing them through the cell membrane causing the cell to shrink through contraction.