AAC Cavitation CourseAccredited by ABT & Professional Beauty
AAC Cavitation Course
- Health and Safety
- Data Protection Act
- Client modesty, privacy and confidentiality
- Sterilisation methods
- Equipment Set Up & Maintenance
- What is Ultrasonic Lipo-Cavitation
- Fat evacuation journey
- Body characteristics
- Effects Of Fat on Skin
- Types of fat
- Fat Distribution
- Effects of fat on health
- Grading of cellulite, formation and ways to improve its appearance
- Contra indications
- Combination treatments
Cost Of Course
- Client Suitability
- Risk and side effects
- Realistic Expectations
- Areas suitable for treatment
- Live Demo
- Step by step
- Importance of appropriate contact
- Safety admin Ultrasound
- Returning clients and treatment maintenance
Stand Out With an Accreditation in Cavatation
This fat often assumes abnormal proportions in areas such as thighs, hips, stomach and arms. Non-invasive Cavitation uses ultrasound waves to break down this excess fat. Unlike surgical lipo-suction there is no pain, incisions or recovery time.
The ultrasonic energy is delivered through the skin surface. This treatment is safe and suitable for men and women who want effective removal of excess fat without surgery. The client resumes normal activities immediately after the treatment.
Our courses are suitable for Medical professionals and Aesthetic practitioners and Level 3 beauty specialists
In order to graduate from all of our courses, students will need to pass a final written examination to assess their knowledge and understanding, and to pass a practical observation performing the treatment in full, including client consultation and aftercare.
Our short courses, for those wish to learn more about the treatments will gaining an accredited ACC Certification after their two days training
Freequently Asked Questions
What is Ultrasound Cavitation?
Ultrasound Cavitation is a relatively new aesthetic treatment. Using leading edge technology it converts fat cells into liquid which can then be naturally drained by the body’s own natural filtration system. Generally one fat cavitation treatment lasts 25 – 30 minutes where a single part of the body is treated. 72 hours must pass between each session so that the body can eliminate the fat. The minimum suggested number of fat cavitation sessions is between 3 and 10.
How does Ultrasound Cavitation work?
Our therapist will apply a specially designed hand piece to your skin. The hand piece will then transmit low level ultrasonic waves which consist of compression – expansion impulses that travel in high-speed cycles. This back and forth cycle then causes an infinite quantity of micro-cavities or micro-bubbles that gradually enlarge. This progressive enlargement finishes as micro-bubbles start to collide and implode, producing shock waves that favor emulsification and elimination of fat tissues (this phenomena is called “cavitation”). The liquid is then easily vacuumed out from the body using the lymphatic and urinary system.
Is Cavitation Painful?
No, cavitation is a painless treatment. Mild redness may appear occasionally but will be highly unlikely to cause any actual pain. The heat from the hand pieces felt during the treatment is perfectly tolerable. This treatment is a nonsurgical procedure without anesthesia – it’s non-invasive (no cutting, leaves no scars or the need for any post-operative course) and no downtime should be experienced after the treatment.
What are the area where treatment is most effective?
All those areas with localized fat: thighs, abdomen and buttocks are the most appropriate but there is no real limitation as to areas of the body.
Can you lose weight with Ultrasonic Cavitation?
Cavitation is not a method to lose weight but to reshape the body. It is particularly indicated for the reduction of adiposity, the famous “love handles” that won’t go away with diet and exercise. Treatments remove cellulite preventing fat cells from recurring in the treated areas, without damaging the vascular system.
What do I need to do before my treatment?
We recommend a low calorie diet and drink at least 1.5 litres of water before and after the session. Drinking water is a necessary part in order to eliminate the fat. Regular exercise such as walking or other aerobic activities should also be maintained in order to help the system to naturally process the fat after the treatment.
How do I prepare for Treatment?
Drink at least 1.5 to 2 litters (2-3 glasses) of water a day a week before your treatment. Choose an area you wanted to treat and start moisturizing that area thoroughly everyday and at night. Hydration will help make the treatment a lot more successful.