What Is It?
Cryolipolysis or Fat Freezing is the next generation fat reduction treatment. It has helped thousands of people get rid of unwanted or stubborn fat and is definitely the most innovative and fastest way to get the results you want. It involves no needles, no surgery, no downtime and can help contour your body to your desired results.
How Does It Work?
This procedure delivers precisely controlled cooling to target the fat cells underneath the skin. Treated fat cells are crystallised, destroyed, and then over time your body naturally processes the fat and eliminates these dead cells. The result? A more sculpted you!
- Love Handles (Flanks)
- Inner Thighs
- Chest (Men only , MOOBS , Gynecomastia)
- Upper Arms
What To Expect?
Your first step will be scheduling a one-to-one consultation with a physician. This person could be a doctor or one of our medical professionals who has training in this procedure.
The physician will take the time to discuss a holistic approach to your goals for reshaping your body. Together, you’ll look at your whole body from different angles, then focus on specific areas where you want to eliminate fat.
We will then provide you with a treatment plan that’s tailored to your needs. It may take as little as one clinic visit with follow up to achieve your goals. With different applicators to choose from, your physician can design a treatment plan to help achieve your desired results.
During the procedure you may experience sensations of pulling, intense cold and slight tingling in the treatment area. These sensationsay subside within 10 minutes as the area starts to become numb.
Following the procedure, typical side effects include redness, numbness, tenderness and sensitivity. All of these after effects should subside within a few days, however numbness can take up to several weeks to disappear.
Most patients can return to their normal activities immediately after the procedure. Most patients see results between one and three months depending on the area being treated.
Frequently Asked Questions
Long term (dependent upon lifestyle)
Slight redness, numbness, tenderness