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TreatmentsUltrasound Lipo

Ultrsound Lipo

Our Ultrasound Lipo treatment allows you to contour your body. In contrast to Cryolipolysis, Ultrasound Lipo at Harley Ultrasound uses vibrations caused by ultrasound waves to break down fat cells that are hard to target through a healthy diet and lifestyle. Fat cells have a very weak structure, and the ultrasound waves force the fat cells to change from solid fat into liquid fat. The lymphatic system removes the liquid fat from the body like any other waste product.

Like our Cryolipolysis treatment, Ultrasound Lipo relies on the weak structure of fat cells, making it a safe treatment that is based on science. During the treatment, the ultrasound applicator is moved around the area to target as many fat cells as possible. Ultrasound Lipo is also known as Ultrasound Cavitation and is an incredibly relaxing way for you to lose fat.

Harley Ultrasound

Procedure Time

30 mins

Back to Work



Not required

Full Recovery


Sensitivity Period


No. of Treatments




Results Duration

Long term results

Potential Risks

Mild Redness
What results can I expect to see from Ultrasound Lipo?

Our clients see significant fat reduction from a course of Ultrasound Lipo sessions. These results will become apparent in the weeks following the treatment. Scientific research shows that clients can lose around 1-5cm of fat from the target area.

How many sessions of Ultrasound Lipo will I need?

Although Ultrasound Lipo helps to break down solid fat into liquid fat and reduces the number of fat cells, there is a chance that the remaining fat cells will absorb the liquid fat and grow bigger. Therefore, our therapists at Harley Ultrasound advise that you undergo a course of Ultrasound Lipo treatments to see the best results. These sessions should be no more than 72 hours apart.

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