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Cryolipolysis

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Cryolipolysis (‘CRYO’ meaning cold, ‘LIPO’ meaning fat, and ‘LYSIS’ meaning disintegration) is one of the most popular and well known non-surgical fat reduction treatments available.

Cryolipolysis involves the use of innovative medical technology to safely deliver optimised cryo-energy for localised fat cell reduction into targeted areas of the body, where stubborn pockets of fat are commonly stored. The exposure to extremely low temperatures causes apoptosis (cell death) of fat cells without damaging surrounding tissue or the skin’s surface.

With over 8 million treatments performed, and supported by over 20 years of research and development, Cryolipolysis is the world’s number 1 non-invasive fat reduction treatment.

Cryolipolysis can give a sleeker silhouette with targeted removal of stubborn fat, even the really stubborn fat that sometimes won’t shift with diet and exercise. After a free consultation with one our highly trained body contouring specialists, you will have a tailored treatment plan to achieve your body goals.

Benefits of Cryolipolysis

Visible results in 1 session

Cryolipolysis can reduce between 20 to 40% of stubborn fat in the treated area. Patients will see a subtle improvement after treatment, with results continuing to improve from 3 to 12 weeks.

Visible centimetre reduction

Results are compared to liposuction, but without downtime, pain or risks. It is important to have a healthy lifestyle for long-lasting results.

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The lowdon on Cryolipolysis

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Does Cryolipolysis hurt?

Patients describe the feeling of a cooling sensation for 10 – 12 minutes. After that it’s common for that area to feel numb for a little while.

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Who is suitable for?

Ideal candidates are those with a normal BMI (18.5 to 25). Essentially these people present with a healthy to slight abundance of subcutaneous fat with small bulges or “stubborn” fat which they want to reduce.

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How long between treatments?

The recommended minimum wait time is 30 days before you get a second Cryolipolysis session in the same treatment area.

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What can I expect after?

Cryolipolysis is not a fast results treatment, however, it is permanent, so certainly worth the wait. Patients often report seeing results as early as 3 weeks. 

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People ask about Cryolipolysis

What happens to the fat?

The freezing temperatures applied during the treatment causes fat cells in the area to freeze to the point of deterioration and death. Following the procedure, the body will naturally eliminate the dead fat cells via the liver and lymphatic system, either by urination or sweat, over a period of time.

What body parts are able to be treated?

Cryolipolysis may be used to treat a variety of body areas where excess fat is typically stored. Body Sculpting Australia employs advanced Cryolipolysis technology with numerous applicator options, allowing us to treat both small and wide areas of the body in the same session!

 

Treatment areas include:

  • Belly fat
  • Muffin tops
  • Love handles
  • Thighs
  • Double chin
  • Arm fat
  • Bra bulge/bra-rolls
  • Back fat
How many Cryolipolysis sessions do you need to see resuts?

At Body Sculpting Australia we have free consultations so that our professional therapists can educate you about how many sessions you will need to produce the best results. In most cases, we recommend 2-4 sessions on the same area, but this depends on the individual client.

Is the Cryolipolysis procedure safe?

The Cryolipolysis procedure is a treatment of visible fat bulges in the submental area, thigh, abdomen, and flanks. As the #1 non-invasive fat reduction procedure and with millions of Cryolipolysis procedures performed worldwide, it has been proven to be an effective treatment for non-invasive fat reduction.

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