Non Invasive – How to decrease localised fat

Non Invasive – How to decrease localised fat

I believe that many women are looking for alternatives to eliminate unwanted fat without having to resort to traditional liposuction. Thanks to the high technology of aesthetic devices, today we can find effective treatments that make a difference. In this post I chose three treatments that can help to reduce localised fat and cellulite.

Lipo Cavitation

Lipo cavitation is an ultrasound that uses low frequency waves that concentrate energy in the adipose tissue, thus causing the breakdown of fat cells, which will be eliminated by the lymphatic system. This treatment is for people who have a low index of localised fat and who are not obese. The treatment can be used in several regions of the body, however it is not very indicated in the arms because it can cause flaccidity. The waves emitted by the device reach the subcutaneous fat and generate its degradation into fatty acids and glycerol. The first will be eliminated by the liver and the second by urine.


It is a device that is placed on the surface of the skin and the fatty layer is frozen. The fat cells (adipocytes) in contact with the low temperature, break completely, so the body understands that they are no longer part of the body and as a consequence are expelled naturally. The result of the treatment may be effective for up to three months after the first session, and between 20 and 25% of the treated area may still show a decrease in fat.


Carboxotherapy is a technique that is done through the application of carbon dioxide injections in the area to be treated. There will be an increase in local circulation to eliminate the gas, causing mobilisation of fat from the treated area, in addition to an increase in collagen production. This technique works by improving cell circulation and tissue oxygenation. Its application can be made in several parts of the body, fighting localised fat, reducing cellulite and destroying fat cells.


Everyone who will undergo any aesthetic treatment must undergo a careful evaluation, as there are many contraindications for pregnant women, women with a history of thromboembolism, major changes in cholesterol and triglycerides, fever, dermatitis, heart disease, metal prostheses, changes to kidneys and liver. So choose a qualified professional and a clinic where you have adequate standards of sterilisation and hygiene, and proper assessment before starting the treatment.

Good luck and may the fat disappear!

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