Cryolipolysis is an efficient, noninvasive and safe method for the modeling of body contours consisting in selectively damaging adipose tissue by cooling it to low temperatures in the range of –6 to – 8 °C (without the risk of damaging adjacent tissues). Dead adipose cells are eliminated by natural physiological processes. The precisely programmed cooling process ensures cooling efficacy without the risk of damaging other tissues or the epidermis.
The thickness of the fat tissue is measured before the procedure for subsequent programming of procedure parameters. A protective membrane is placed between the skin and the applicator. Next, the applicator is placed to aspirate and cool down a fold of the skin.
The procedure lasts about 70 minutes per region. During a single session, the procedure is performed at maximum four different areas, e.g. the abdomen and thighs, with two applicators being operated simultaneously in two different locations. The procedure may be repeated after 6 weeks in the same location, and after 3 weeks in another location. A maximum of 3 procedures may be performed within the same location during one series. The results are visible after 2 weeks and become more pronounced over 3 months.
Cryolipolysis is dedicated to individuals who want to eliminate excess fat from small areas (abdomen, thighs, shoulders, calves).
- autoimmune diseases (leukemia, psoriasis)
- pregnancy and breastfeeding
- liver inflammation, fatty liver
- cancer diseases
- skin wounds, and abrasions at the procedure site
- bacterial, viral, fungal infections
- Reynaud’s disease (distal parts of fingers becoming blue from to cold)
- cryoglobulinemia (antibodies being damaged at low temperatures)
- hypoproteinemia (intolerance to cryotherapy)
- active diabetes
- pyrexia, infections
- scars (at the procedure site)