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VelaShape Treatment


VelaShape™ Melbourne

Velashape Machine

How VelaShape™ works

The secret behind VelaShape™ is elōs™ - the revolutionary technology that combines four powerful energies:

Due to TGA rules, we are unable to describe the therapeutic effect in detail, however we will explain the process in full at a complimentary consultation.

Clinically supported results

The results of recent clinical studies using VelaShape technology show:

Improvement in shape and contour

Improvement in skin tone and smoothness

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Velashape Treatment

What to expect during your VelaShape treatment

A lubricating spray is applied prior to treatment and you'll feel a deep, soothing heat in the targeted area. No body stockings or suits are required.

Patients have compared the feeling of the treatment to the sensation of an intense workout or a deep tissue massage. Some patients find the treatment so relaxing they drift to sleep. If you experience discomfort we can reduce settings to cater to your level of tolerance (however the higher the settings the more effective the treatment).

Aside from a hot sensation, certain patients experience a temporary redness in the treatment area. Some bruising may be possible; this will be reabsorbed by the body in a few days. You may resume your normal daily activities immediately after the session, even sports activities. Most patients go straight back to work or straight to the gym. Treatments don't involve sweating, so you will not need a shower afterwards.

Patients may notice a slight temporary increase in urine output following treatment. At least 2 and up to 4 litres of water per day is strongly recommended.



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2. Improvement in arm and post-partum abdominal and flank subcutaneous fat deposits and skin laxity using a bipolar radiofrequency, infrared, vacuum and mechanical massage device. Brightman L, Weiss E, Chapas AM, Karen J, Hale E, Bernstein L, Geronemus RG. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, Volume 41, Issue 10, pp. 791 – 798 [Download]

3. Bipolar Radiofrequncy, infrared heat and pulsatile suction in the non-surgical treatment of focal lipodystrophy and cellulite. Mulholland, RS, Australian Cosmetic Surgery, 2004; 26: 101–3. [Download]

4. Treatment of cellulite with a bipolar radiofrequency,infrared heat, and pulsatile suction device: a pilot study. Rungsima Wanitphakdeedecha, MD & Woraphong Manuskiatti, MD. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, 5, 284–288 [Download]

5. Cellulite treatment using a novel combination radiofrequency, infrared light, and mechanical tissue manipulation device: Tina S. Alster & Elizabeth L Tanzi. Journal of Cosmetic Laser Therapy 2005; 7: 81–5. [Download]

6. ELOS Technology for Cellulite and Fat treatment: Combination of Conducted RF, Infrared and Vacuum. Shaoul, J. Australian Cosmetic Surgery Magazine, 32-3 [Download]

Post-pregnancy body contouring using a combined radiofrequency, infrared light and tissue manipulation device. Winter ML - J Cosmet Laser Therapy, 2009; 11(4): 229-35. [Download Summary]

8. Evaluation of the combination of radio frequency, infrared energy and mechanical rollers with suction to improve skin surface irregularities (cellulite) in a limited treatment area. Kulick, M. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2006; 8: 185–190 [Download]

9. A prospective clinical study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of cellulite treatment using the combination of optical and RF energies for subcutaneous tissue heating: Neil S. Sadick & R Stephen Mulholland. Journal of Cosmetic Laser Therapy 2004; 6: 187–190 [Download]

10. A study evaluating the safety and efficacy of the VelaSmooth system in the treatment of cellulite. Sadick N, Magro C. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy, 2007, 9(1):15-20

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