The most advanced technology, combined with deep knowledge and extensive experience
Meso-CRF Advanced Protocol utilises advanced technology that simultaneously combines:
- 350 Watts of monopolar radiofrequency, the only radiofrequency treatment that works for deep skin firming, cellulite reduction and localised fat reduction
- 100 Watts of ultrasund cavitation, the strongest possible cavitation
- electro-mesotherapy with 15 natural active ingredients in high concentrations, including vitamins, peptides, aminoacids, hyaluronic acid and botanical extracts
We utilise our exclusive treatment protocols, created after several months of study, development and practical application. We have specialised in our field for the last 12 years, during which time we have treated literally thousands of clients and each year we perform more than 1000 of our advanced procedures.
All in all, we are proud of our expertise, knowledge, technology and experience and strive to offer you the best possible, personalised treatment available.
Think before you waste your money on a cheap and ineffective "daily deal" treatment
However, many salons and clinics in London use very low specification equipment and offer treatment by poorly trained therapists with minimal or no knowledge of the biophysics of radiofrequency, cavitation or virtual mesotherapy treatment.
Examples include cavitation treatment with power as little as 10 Watts (10x times weaker than ours), or very low specification radiofrequency treatment with power as little as 35 Watts (also 10x times weaker than ours). Others offer bipolar radiofrequency, a very superficial type of radiofrequency which is a total waste of time for body treatments (we have bipolar RF but we never use it).
Cheap treatments like those, provided by inexperienced/ignorant therapists are practically useless for either cellulite removal, localised fat reduction or skin firming.
In those cases, cheap does not mean saving money or finding a good deal, it means throwing money away and wasting your time and energy.
This is especially true for the ~£20 cavitation treatments advertised on daily deal/coupon sites: as nobody would buy those treatments otherwise (being pretty ineffective), they are sold at rock-bottom prices to help salon owners cut their losses on the wrong equipment purchase.
In contrast, our treatments feature the highest specifications currently available: 350 Watts of monopolar, multi-frequency, radiofrequency; 100 Watts of ultrasound cavitation; and needle-free mesotherapy with 15 active ingredients.
We clearly do not promise miracles or instant results, because those do not exist, but we can definitely promise that we will offer you the most comprehensive and most powerful treatment available today.
Choose your treatment wisely - ask for specifications!
When you enquire about cavitation, radiofrequency or mesotherapy treatments, make sure you ask what are the specifications of the equipment used for the treatment.
These questions are also an excellent way to assess the level of knowledge of the therapist who provides the treatment.
The most important questions to ask are:
- Do you use bipolar or monopolar radiofrequency? (Note: Bipolar is a waste of money for body treatments...)
- What is the maximum power of your RF equipment? (Note: Anything less than 200 Watts is a waste of money for body treatments)
- What is the maximum power of your cavitation equipment? (Note: Anything less than 50 Watts is a waste of money for body treatment)
- What is the frequency of your cavitation equipment? (Note: Best frequencies are 30-40kHz)
- What is the frequency of your radiofrequency equipment?
- Does your equipment allow for frequency selection? (Note: Frequency selection allows the treatment to be focused on cellulite, deep fat or collagen, according to your needs. No frequency selection means "one size fits all" treatment...)
- How many and which ingredients does your mesotherapy gel contain? (Note: Several natural active ingredients at high concentration are required for best results)
If the specifications are poor or, even worse, if nobody at the clinic/salon has a clue what these specifications are...
...then you know that the treatment you enquire about and the clinic or salon that offers it are not worth spending your money on.