Frequently Asked Questions
Sculpt is an exclusive Day Spa focusing on non-invasive body contouring and detox Therapy. Sculpt is known for Lipo-Cavitation (also known as Ultrasonic Cavitation), Vacuum Therapy and Radiofrequency. We also offer wellness coaching, along with weight loss plans.
Please let your therapist know if you have any of the following contraindications:
Cold or Flu Symptoms or Fever
Swollen Lymph Nodes
Active Infections & Immuno suppression
Liver, Kidney or Heat Disease
Severe hypertension > 200/100, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, mellitus
Lymph Nodes and joints cannot be treated with cavitation however RF can be
Menstruation: During a period, the abdomen cannot be treated however other areas can be.
Metallic Implants: People who have metal implanted anywhere in their bodies, such as bone pins or pace makers cannot receive a treatment
Pace Maker Implants or any other internal devices cannot receive a treatment
Skin allergies or inflammation: Area with obvious signs of inflammation cannot be treated.
Minors: Due to the changing hormonal and fat deposits in the growing body during puberty, we do not treat clients under 18 years of age with Ultrasound Cavitation or Radio Frequency.
Please acknowledge that beauty treatments included but not limited ultrasonic cavitation, vacuum therapy, radiofrequency and body wraps are not an exact science and no specific guarantees can or have been made concerning the outcome. Please understand that some clients experience more change and or improvement than others. In virtually all cases, multiple treatments are needed. These procedures are not medical procedures and are not being performed by a medical professional, although they are being performed by an insured, licensed and certified specialist. Please check with your medical doctor if you have or have ever experienced any of the below contraindications:
Metal and/or plastic implants of any sort
High Blood Pressure
History of skin allergies
History of cancer
History of blood clots
Less than 6 months post op cosmetic surgery