Cryolipolysis also was known as the fat freeze is an effective noninvasive form of fat reduction technique used to freeze the unwanted fat cells beneath the skin without cutting through the skin in order to access and remove the unwanted fat cells and reduce unwanted fats.
Using a controlled vacuum, which has a cooled part inside, does this treatment. When the skin which contains fat touches the insides of the cooled vacuum cup or pad, the targeted portions become frozen meaning the lipid cells inside gets frozen, but the surrounding tissues are left untouched and undamaged since the procedure is very targeted.
These frozen or crystallized fat cells are then metabolized and processed over time within the span of at least one to three months after the procedure. These processed crystallized fat cells are then naturally taken of the body.
To successfully eliminate these frozen parts of fat within the body after the treatment, a patient is required to engage in regular exercise and carefully monitored diet. These healthy and good habits will actually help your body’s metabolism run better. Therefore letting you burns off and breaks down the fats, which are already frozen after the procedure.
If the patient then continues this kind of healthy regiment, the results are then sustained and can become quite permanent. Depending on the person, the duration of a treatment usually varies. One to three sessions is usually the average number of times a person is required to have this treatment to ensure its effectively.
This revolutionary and highly effective new non-invasive medical procedure have already taken the medical industry by storm. More and more patients and physicians are now turning into this pain-free “cool” way of reducing unwanted body fats and bulges.
Cryolipolysis is the newest and most effective non-invasive treatment that LA lipo will successfully help in eliminating unwanted fat bulges. It utilizes the power of a contained cooling suction assist system making sure the fat tissues are specifically targeted and “frozen”.