CRYOLYPOLISIS, FREEZE YOUR FAT GOODBYE!

FREEZE YOUR FAT GOODBYE! Cryolipolysis is the non-invasive cooling of adipose tissue to induce lipolysis – the breaking down of fat cells -to reduce stubborn body fat without damage to other tissues.In clinical studies, cryolipolysis was shown to reduce subcutaneous fat at the treatment site by up to 25% after one treatment.

Advantages

The Cost

Depending on the target area, prices will vary between $600 and $2,000 per area.

Expected side effects are temporary erythema, bruising, and transient numbness that usually resolve within 14 days after treatment.

In recent years, a number of modalities have become available for the noninvasive reduction of adipose tissue, including cryolipolysis, radiofrequency, low-level laser, and high-intensity focused ultrasound. Each technology employs a different mechanism of action to cause apoptosis or necrosis of the targeted adipocytes. Although no procedure has been accepted as the gold standard for noninvasive body contouring as yet, cryolipolysis is considered to be both safe and efficient with a high patient satisfaction rate.

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