Ultrasonic cavitation technology enables concentrated sonic energy to be directed
only at localized treatment areas, and is thus capable of selectively disrupting the
subcutaneous fat cells through thousands of microscopic implosions impacting the
fat cell membranes.
After the breakdown of adipose tissue (fat cell membrane), fat is released into
interstitial fluid between cells, where it is enzymatically metabolized into glycerol and
free fatty acids. Water-soluble glycerol travels into the circulatory system to generate
energy while insoluble free fatty acids enter the liver to be decomposed like any
other simple fatty acids.