Radio Frequency and 3D Shockwave Treatment
* Results may vary from person to person
Are you tired of battling cellulite? Are you looking for a simple, non-invasive way to visibly reduce your cellulite? Marsh Medical Skin Clinic can help!
3D-Shockwave is a powerful and effective treatment to reduce cellulite. It can be used as a stand-alone treatment or combined with existing fat-removal treatments such as Inch Loss as a fantastic accelerator. This is a pain-free treatment with visible results and no down time.
During 3D- shockwave treatment, probes are placed on the skin in areas of cellulite, emitting radial waves through the skin known as shockwaves. These shockwaves stimulate the fat cells to break down, increase collagen production and encourage lymphatic drainage to flush away unwanted fatty acids. This will reduce the appearance of cellulite and tone the area being treated.
We can help you
- Reductions in cellulite
- Smoothing of the skin
- Tightening and firming
We use the 3D UltimatePro Shockwave – designed to not only offer a powerful solution in the fight against stubborn cellulite and leg treatments but also be an accelerator for both fat removal and skin tightening.
15mins to 30mins
Redness up to 24hrs
Frequently Asked Questions
Which areas can be treated?
Shockwave treatment can be used to treat many areas including inner thighs, knees, arms, hips, buttocks and abdomen.
When can I expect to see results from 3D Shockwave?
Optimum results will be visible 1 month after your final treatment. However, following your first 3-4 sessions you will see a noticeable improvement in the texture of your skin.
How many treatments will I need?
A course of 8-10 treatments is recommended. This can take up to 45 minutes per treatment.
Are there any circumstances where 3D Shockwave wouldn't be suitable?
Do not undergo shockwave treatment if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. A full list of side effects, cautions and contra-indications will be discussed during consultation prior to treatment.
What is the aftercare advice?
Try to avoid applying any pressure to the treated area directly after the procedure.