IR / RF Therapy

(Infra red / Radio Frequency Therapy)


IR (Infrared therapy)
is a new and innovative light-based method to treat pain and inflammation in various parts of the body. Unlike ultraviolet light, which can damage the skin, infrared light enhances cell regeneration. Infrared light is delivered to the site of injury or inflammation at certain wavelengths, promoting cell repair.

Infrared therapy has many roles in the human body. These include detoxification, pain relief, reduction of muscle tension, relaxation, improved circulation, weight loss, skin purification, lowered side effects of diabetes, boosting of the immune system and lowering of blood pressure.

RF (Radio Frequency Therapy)
RF waves heat the deep layer of your skin to between 122 and 167°F (50–75°C).

StudiesTrusted Source have found that maintaining a temperature over 115°F (46°C) for over 3 minutes causes your body to release heat-shock proteins. These proteins stimulate your body to create new collagen fibers.


Kuma Shape X is an easy non-invasive, no downtime, deep therapeutic treatment that is in high demand for full body contouring. Kuma Shape X textures a combination of bipolar radiofrequency, infrared light energies, vacuum, and roller massage.

Through the application of infrared light and radio frequency energy, combined with controlled suction and a gentle massaging action, te cellulite, within the underlying tissues is heated, shrinking the size of the fat cells, thereby reducing the appearance of dimpled skin.

As circulation in the tissue is increased and collagen production is stimulated, the appearance of the skin is further improved by the restoration of its elasticity, shape, and tone.

  • Body contouring
  • Wrinkles and fine lines removal
  • Muscle relaxation
  • Cellulite reduction
  • Cellulite is an aesthetic pathology which affects an estimated 90% of women, and some men.
    ● Cellulite is characterised by a dimpling of the skin caused by fatty tissue pushing through the fibrous bands, called septae, that connect
    skin to muscle.
    ● Cellulite is far more common in women than men due to the difference in the structure of our connective tissues.