FAQ

What Is Cryolipolysis?

Cryolipolysis is the most effective and harmless method used for fat reduction.

How Is Cryolipolysis Practiced?

With the aid of its special device, fat tissue heated on the skin is subjected to shock cooling, which causes the fat cells go into apoptosis (programmed cell-death), to diminish, and die out.

How Long does the Treatment Take?

One session lasts for almost one hour.

Which Parts of the Body Can Be Treated?

Any part without a bone tissue. It can be applied to body parts, such as waist, buttocks, hips, arms and legs which have a lot of fat tissue.

How Many Sessions Are Needed?

For the majority, one session provides the sufficient reduction and desired appearance. However, for those whose fat cells are denser, there may be a need for a second session.

Who Can Use Cryolipolysis?

It’s suitable for everybody except for pregnant women and those who are allergic to cold.

How Much Weight Can I Lose with Cryolipolysis?

Cryolipolysis is not a weight loss but a non-invasive fat removal method. Fat reduction is fulfilled thanks to fat burned from a targeted area of the body; for weight loss, this is not an appreciable difference.

How Much Time Should Be Between Cryolipolysis Sessions?

Only a specialist can decide whether there’s a need for a second session. With a specialist approval, there can be a second session only after a month’s interval.

When will I See Results?

After two weeks, changes are going to be observed. But there is need for 4-12 weeks to see the change completely.

Can I Get Rid of All the Fat?

About 20-40% of the fats in the area targeted will be gone with one session.

 

Is There anything I Should Do after the Treatment for a Better Fat Burn?

No, there isn’t. It’s always helpful to exercise to prevent future weight gain and for a healthier life.

Will There Be Any Pain During the Treatment?

You can read or listen to music during the treatment with no pain.

 

When Can I Return to My Normal Activities?

There’s no negativity that will affect your daily life, except for a little rash in the first minutes or hours.

What Are the Side Effects and Harms?

Liposuction is risky since it’s a surgical treatment. Laser and radio frequency treatments may cause harm, affecting not only the fat tissue but also the other tissues around. However, in the cold lipolysis method, there is no harm because the effect is only on fat tissues.

Will There Be a Scar or Sagging on the Treated Part of the Body?

Another feature that separates Cryolipolysis from other treatment methods is its letting the body regain its own natural appearance with the least deformation. After a few months, even a knowing eye won’t be able to understand it’s been treated.