Every body is different, and every expectation of beauty is unique. Come into the clinic and have a long chat with us so we can assess your needs and goals, and get you started on the right journey with the absolute best package for you.
We use proven technologies to help you eliminate fat and cellulite to get the body you want.
We team the wisdom of Homeopathic medicine with cutting edge technologies to bring you truly magical results! All of our treatments are backed up by scientific studies, and we can also provide you with case studies from our clients upon request.
I am a Corporate Platinum Member (Medical) of the Aesthetics Practitioners Advisory Network (APAN), and am also an APAN Registered Aesthetic Practitioner Clinician (ARAP Clinician). I have a BSc Medicine in Mexico and am a fully qualified classical homeopathy expert with over 15 years of international experience.
I use a homeopathic approach to assess any underlying health issues that could be negatively impacting you - and team this with a beauty and/or body treatment package to help you take control of how you look and feel.
Body Sculpting with EMS
A recent study entitled “Effects of high-frequency current therapy on abdominal obesity in young women: a randomized controlled trial” is a perfect example of what we can achieve with EMS.
The results were surprising, especially considering the women involved didn’t modify their exercise or diet. The treatment significantly decreased waist circumference, abdominal obesity, subcutaneous fat mass, and body fat percentage, leading the study to note in the final results that: “The use of the high-frequency current therapy may be beneficial for reducing the levels of abdominal obesity in young women.”
Cavitation & Radio Frequency Technology
The principle behind ultrasound fat cavitation treatment is the emission of high frequency ultrasonic waves, which increase blood flow through the selected treatment area. The ultrasound device targets the fat layer of the skin, creating a resonance (vibrational) effect causing mechanical disruption of fat cell membranes, which triggers the cells’ triglycerides to convert into free fatty acids and glycerol. These waste products are then released into the fluid between the cells, where they are transported to the liver and reused as building blocks for energy.