Fat Cavitation


The Cellactor Acoustic Wave is a revolutionary fat caviation machine that uses focused and radial shockwave technology to deliver outstanding fat blasting, cellulite reducing, and skin tightening results.

The use of focused shock wave sound wave is a medically established scientifically proven fat reduction treatment. This system works using a multi frequency approach that permits the process of cavitiation. It is safe and non-invasive and works by targeting fat cells in the adipose tissue. Effectively shakes the cell in the adipose tissue until the cell membrane break. Selectively targets fat cells in specific problem areas without affecting the surrounding tissue. The breakage fat cells spill liquid fat into the blood stream and turn into to waste through the bladder.

  • Reduction of fat and cellulite treatment
  • Skin toning
  • Tightening and skin rejuvenation
  • Smoothes scars and wrinkles

$140 for a 30 minute session.

Shock Wave sound wave A.W.T penetrates 50-65 mm into the body,deep enough to stimulate lipid mobilization in edematous regions. The results are a significate decrease of the plasma, protein carbonyls leading to release malondialdehde from the edematostissue.

Both lipedema and cellulite are characterized by lipid accumulation in the skin.

Lipedema was first described in 1940 at Mayo clinic. Lipedama typically causes symmetrical weight gain below the waist, in the stomach,hips and thighs but also affct the upper arms. The fat is painful and fluid filled. Published medical data verifies that this diseased fat can not be dieted or exercised away. As the disease progresses, it often leads to secondary Lymphedema. There is no cure for Lipedema, however research indicates sufferes indicate an increase of malondialdyde (MDA), and plasma protein carbonyls compared with healthy persons. Treatments consist of Manual Lymphatic drainage, compressions garments, wrapping and sometimes liposuction. Lipedema affcts mostly women, but there are a fewer cases affecting men. This disease is poorly understood and often misdiagnosed in the United States,but it is well known in some European countries, especiall Germany.