Made well with a smart design and easy to use interface. Comes with straightforward directions, making it great for at home use.
Circular shape and size may make it difficult for some to store. Some users complained of circuit issues.
Small and convenient. Easy to control and reach various parts of body. Multiple attachments for various parts of the body.
Some areas feel cheaply made and poorly constructed. Interchangeable heads are difficult to remove.
Easy to set up and use. Comes with 2 different sized probes, one for the face and one for larger parts of the body.
Somewhat large and odd shape. Awkward to store. Some users complain of power issues.
Compact size and very easy to use. Digital display makes monitoring and adjusting settings straightforward.
Flimsy feel to the machine body. Buttons don't always work properly.
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Cavitation machines use ultrasound waves to turn fat cells into free fatty acids, which are easier for the body to dispose of. Regions such as the arms, thighs, midsection, hips, and chin can be targeted by a probe that emits ultrasound waves to the specific area. All cavitation machines are used with a gel. Some gels are simply to prevent burning, as the probe can get very hot, but others can actually improve results. Many of these machines are used by professionals, however, there are devices made specifically for home or personal use.
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