Berkeley Body Sculpting FAQ

Body Sculpting is a non-invasive/non-surgical procedure that is performed to get rid of unwanted body fat.
Cavitation uses ultrasound waves to create bubbles in fat cells which causes them to implode and release naturally from your body. Radiofrequency is a fat-burning technique that heats and melts the fat.
Only the area of treatment will need to be exposed during treatment. We advise you to wear something that allows for easy exposure to the area being treated or dressing down to your comfort zone.
Treatments are non-invasive. You can feel pressure on the treatment area with cavitation. With radiofrequency, you will feel suction on the treatment area. Many of our clients find the treatment very relaxing.
Some people see results in as little as one session, but it depends on your body.
Treatments should be at least three days apart and no longer than two weeks apart.
We have special in-house packages that are designed to meet your specific goals.
The back, stomach, legs, arms, breasts, buttocks, face, and neck.
Yes, home care consists of drinking plenty of water and no alcohol the day before, day of, and day after treatment. Exercise for 15-30 minutes on the day of treatment and massage the treatment area for approximately 10 minutes the day of treatment.
The first visit consultation involves filling out a personal goal assessment form for us to use to better get to know our client’s goals and lifestyle. From there, we will choose the best treatment and package to start the client’s journey.
After a client fills out their personal goal assessment form, we will pick the best package. The treatment then begins with the client sitting up or lying down. We will first start with cavitation, which takes about 15-20 minutes. The next step is applying a warm towel and oil to the area of treatment to start radiofrequency. During radiofrequency, the client will feel light suction with some light heat. This step takes around 15-20 minutes as well. The last step is wood therapy, which is a light massage to end the service