In Greek, hydro means water, lipo is fat and clasia means “break” or “burst”. Through water, the ultrasound is able to produce a “burst” of fat cells. Once “broken”, the body eliminates them in urine.
The success of the ultrasonic hidrilipoclasy in treatments for the removal of localized adipocity lies on the ultrasound, which among other things, produces thermogenesis, ie, it generates heat and burns fat. It also breaks fibrosis, a major component of orange peel skin.