13SKIN AFFECTED BY CELLULITE or FAT DEPOSITS ENLARGED LOBULES or Panicles“SQUEEZED” VESSELSCOLLAGEN FIBERS FRACTUREDDISTURBED BLOOD AND LYMPH CIRCULATION
14HEALTHY SKIN No enlarged lobules Round diameter of blood and lymph vesselsCollagen chainsNormal blood and lymphcirculationHEALTHY SKINSKIN AFFECTEDBY CELLULITEEnlarged lobules“Squeezed” blood & lymphvesselsCollagen fragmentsDisturbed blood and lymphcirculation
15Cellulite ReductionTechniques Mechanical Techniques that can brake fat cell clustersVacuum TherapyMassageInjections with lypophilic agentsTechniques that reduce cellulite clusters by generating heat or increasing metabolismUltrasoundRadio FrequencyThermotherapyAlways include a technique that improves lymphatic drainageVacuumtherapyPresotherapyManual massage
16Vacuum Therapy Non invasive Vacuum application to the tissue Promotes microcirculation, removes fat and promotes lymphatic drainageTissue relaxationOne of the most effective non invasive technique for body countouring and celluliteDetoxification
17WHAT CAUSES CELLULITE? BODIES REACTION TO TOXINS ACCUMULATION Toxin – center of lobuleVitaminsMineralsProteinsLipidsWaterBODIES REACTIONTO TOXINSACCUMULATIONIN DERMISISOLATION BY MACROMOLECULESSTRUCTURE OF ENLARGEDHYPODERMIC LOBULE
18CHANGE IN MATRIX pH CAUSES OF CELLULITE Bodies defense against ACIDIC products/toxins.Aim: To prevent a small molecule of toxin from being distributed throughout the entire body.Action: The toxin is inactivated by bonding to vitamins and minerals.
19LEADS TO: COLLAGEN FRAGMENTS DEFORMATION OF BLOOD AND LYMPH VESSEL DIAMETERDECREASED BLOOD AND LYMPH CIRCULATION
20LDT VACUUM RESULTS Distension of the capillary endothelia Increase in body metabolismIncreased blood and oxygen released into suffocated tissuesRelaxation of connective tissue Lets the skin return to a normal appearanceIncrease the lymphatic drainage of toxins and lipids and undesirable products
21LDT EFFECTS - VISIBLE RESHAPING OF SILHOUETTE (TONED AND SHAPED CURVES)REDUCTIONOF EDEMACELLULITE REDUCTIONIMPROVEMENT IN SKIN QUALITYAND TEXTURE (CUTANEOUS RESURFACINGAND SKIN REJUVENATION)
22Vacuum Characteristics No consumablesDeep massage that promotes lymphatic drainageSuction or vacuum can be controlled at any timeAllows you to control the high and low pressureAllows you to save patient dataAllows you to change every parameter within a treatmentThe motor is not located in the light weight applicator.No need for special clothes to be wear by the patient
23What is Ultrasound?Acoustic vibrations that are obtained thru the vibration of plates . This vibration releases acoustic waves called Ultrasound waves.Ultrasound waves penetrate tissue and meet resistance losing energy on the way. This resistance is called attenuation.Higher the frequency of the wave, bigger the resistance or attenuation.This attenuation means heat.
24UltrasoundMore vibrations ( higher frequency) means more resistance or attenuation and more heat.More attenuation = less ultrasound penetration.The LDT at 28 KHZ penetrates into tissue more than1 or 3 MHZ due to lower frequency/attenuation.28 KHZ helps generate deep internal heat.1MHZ generates more superficial heat3 MHZ very superficial heat
25Units and ActionTwo simultaneous LDT actions – Vacuum and Ultrasound synergize to produce:HeatMicromassage.
26LDT Uses Very Low Frequency Ultrasound to Dissolve fatIn order to dissolve fat, there must be fluid in the tissueVacuum opens tissue to bring more liquid into the areaThe vacuum helps the removal of the dissolved fat by stimulating lymphatic drainageAs a result, we observe a circumference reduction and excellent results in cellulite treatment
27Actions of Low Frequency Ultrasound Low frequency ultrasound waves create microbubbles with low internal pressure.The external cellular fluid pressure causes the microbubble to implode.This implosion generates a shock wave with enough energy to break the fragile fat cell membrane, but not enough energy to break the epithelial cell membrane.As a result triglycerides are released.Selective destruction of the fat cell
28Break the fact cell membrane (adipocites) Triglycerides are release to the interstitial fluidWhere does it go?????