Cryolipolysis is a method that uses cold temperature to break down fat cells.
It is a non-invasive body contouring treatment which has been increasingly popular to remove localised stubborn fat cells as an alternative to traditional liposuction. You may be familiar with the terms Cool Sculpting, Cryo Lipo, Cool Slimming, and Fat Freezing, which are essentially variations of the same treatment. The end goal of is to reduce the volume of fat in the desired area. Those who have persistent fatty areas that are difficult to remove through dieting and exercising may be interested in Cryolipolysis. Treatments require little to no downtime and the targeted fat cells are gradually eliminated by the body over 4 to 6 months.
How does the Fat Freezing machine work?
The machine adopts advanced Cryolipolysis technology where triglyceride is converted into solid and crystallise at low temperatures. Through the metabolism, the ageing solid triglyceride is eventually removed from the body, resulting in weight loss. The technology operates with four separate
controlling systems that can be used simultaneously or independently, meaning
faster treatment times. With an advanced massage function, no burn marks are left on the patient. Treatments generally take between one to two hours and with continuous treatments, patients can expect to see a fat tissue reduction of up to 47% in their specified treatment area.
What are the applications of Cryolipolysis?
Cryolipolysis is used for:
Cryo Fat Freezing