What is cryolipolysis?
Cryolipolysis is a non-invasive solution for fat destruction, which uses the targeted suction and continuous cooling of the area under treatment. During this treatment, the therapist provides controlled and regulated cooling to specific body areas. When fat cells are exposed to the above condition, the natural process of fat cell removal as well as the gradual reduction of fatty tissue are activated in the treated area.
According to studies by the University of Harvard, fat cells become very sensitive under cooling conditions. Clinical studies show that the extended controlled cooling of fat cells causes their gradual biological death, the activation of the natural metabolic process and the removal of their content through the lymphatic system.
Cryolipolysis is a process taking place gradually, which requires a period of 2-4 months to be completed. The result is an impressive reduction of fatty tissue topically, with the process of fat cell removal by 25 – 40%.
Cryolipolysis using the CRYOTECH PLUS method:
- Offers immediate and visible results from 2 – 9 cm in 7 – 15 days from its application.
- It is suitable for both men and women with accumulated topical fat who want to achieve direct results with a non-invasive method.
- It can be applied to most body areas.
- A limited number of sessions is required.
For whom is the CRYOTECH PLUS method appropriate?
This method is appropriate for men and women with accumulated topical fat who want to achieve direct results from the first session, even in areas where other methods have failed.
In which body areas is it applied?
The method is applied ideally in the areas of the belly, thighs, hips, arms, knees, back and upper hips.
How does the treatment feel?
It feels fairly comfortable and pleasant. The client gets a feeling of light cooling, which fades as the area goes numb and after a few minutes there only remains a feeling of suction until the end of the session.
How many sessions are required to see results?
Results are already visible from the first session. 2 – 4 sessions are required depending on the problem, every 25 – 30 days and each session lasts 30 – 50 minutes.