Upgrade your maderotherapy treatment with one or two boosters. Choose the radiofrequency (RF) or cavitation booster or go for a combination of the two boosters. By booking a 20 or 35 minute booster, you get the most out of your treatment and will benefit even more from the sculpting effect of the treatments.

What is a radiofrequency (RF) booster?

Radiofrequency involves the application of electrical and magnetic waves to the skin. This causes the fatty tissue to warm up and consequently the secretion of waste products (fat and cellulite). As the body gets rid of waste products, blood circulation is put to work and collagen production is stimulated. More collagen leads to firmer and smoother skin.

What is a cavitation booster?

The cavitation booster works with sound waves: an effective way to loosen fat deposits and break down fat cells. This painless treatment makes use of contact gel and a cavitation machine. You will get the best skin-smoothening and slimming results by combining cavitation with radiofrequency. Our 35-minute duo-booster makes this possible.

What’s the point of a booster?

The cavitation and/or radiofrequency boosters are very effective after liposuction. After lipo-surgery, you may experience some unevenness and ‘lumps’ in the skin. This problem can be remedied with cavitation and radiofrequency. Both boosters stimulate blood circulation, put collagen production to work and ensure that more fat cells are broken down. This has a skin-smoothening effect and reduces or even eliminates any lumps after liposuction.

Contraindications:

  • Younger than 18
  • Diseases and disorders of the liver or kidney function
  • Diabetes
  • Metal implants near the area to be treated
  • Cancer or tumor
  • Pacemaker/defibrillator
  • Cardiovascular disorders
  • Gastrointestinal surgery / problems
  • Epilepsy
  • Neurodegenerative diseases
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Hemophilia
  • Thrombosis and use of blood thinners
  • Metabolic disease
  • Damaged skin surface (dermatitis, eczema, wounds, psoriasis, inflammations)
  • Pregnant or gave birth less than 6 weeks ago
  • Breastfeeding