How does it work?
The Lymphatic, Hepatic, and Urinary Systems play a vital role in our contouring treatment
As a part of the Immune System, the lymphatic system plays a vital role in defending the body. It is a multi-faceted network that supports the body’s defense mechanism by producing the soldiers (immune cells and lymphocytes), providing the barracks in which they are stored (lymph nodes) and transporting them to the various battlefronts throughout the body (via the lymph fluid). The lymph nodes serve as the Immune System’s clean-up station. As lymph fluid passes through the lymph nodes, bacteria and toxins are filtered out and then destroyed. With Cavitation, the melted fat is picked up by the Lymphatic System and carried to other organs in the body to be processed and prepared for elimination
This system is home of the largest organ in the body, the liver. The liver produces bile to aid in the digestion of fats. Bile also serves as a channel for the elimination of excess cholesterol and some environmental toxins. The liver makes the cholesterol that transports fat back to the liver for elimination. Although every cell in the human body has the ability to detoxify, the liver is the body’s primary detoxification center. Liver health is critical to the proper metabolism of fats and cholesterol in the body. With Cavitation, the liver is responsible for metabolizing and filtering the melted fat. Without a healthy liver, clients cannot undergo Cavitation treatments.
This system works in conjunction with the lungs, skin, and intestines to effectively remove waste from the body. It is made up of two kidneys, two ureters, two sphincter muscles and the urethra. The kidneys play an essential part in the treatment. The nephrons inside the kidneys are responsible for filtering and purifying the blood. This filtration system helps regulate body processes and balance the amount of water, salts, proteins, glucose, minerals, urea and other substances in the body. As the filtration and processing occurs, urine is produced. This is how the fat melted during the treatment is ultimately released from the body.