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Fat cavitation - anyone had it?
And does it work?

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#1 Kellykopter

Posted 21 November 2012 - 03:59 PM

Hi there

Got a special offer in the junk mail so decided to ring around my local beauty parlors to see how it compared.  Seemed price-wise pretty good but when I talked to DH about spending $350 in 3, 1.5 hour sessions, he poo-pooed it saying he'd heard it did nothing (yeah, where are you talking to people about fat cavitation  wacko.gif )

So just wondering if anyone out there has had it, did it work, would you do it again, did you follow the rules about drinking water etc?

Do you think it would work for me?  Im a size 10 and have had 3 babies (2 of them 4kg), all carried way out front.  They have stretched my skin a bit and the fat just collects in my tummy area.  Looks like Im 3 months preg all the time.  Im pretty slim elsewhere, Ive tried loosing weight, have been down 5 kgs lighter than I am now but the tummy fat remains (boobs disappear of course  wwhistle.gif )

Hubby said I could have lipo but its a huge cost difference and I only need to loose 5 cms or so of my tummy.


#2 Kellykopter

Posted 26 November 2012 - 02:24 PM


#3 Ellen D

Posted 04 December 2012 - 01:45 PM

I'd personally go for the lipo over cavitation.

Cavitation just seems like a rort to me.

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