What is cryolipolysis?
It is a non-invasive technique for reducing localized fat.
It is the medically proven use of cold technology, which aims at the permanent destruction of subcutaneous tissue fat cells, without damaging the adjacent tissues.
The fat breaks down within two to four months, leaving a natural result.
How does it work;
Cryolipolysis takes advantage of the proven, on the basis of studies, increased sensitivity of fat cells to the cold.
Through the suction with special heads, the fat is isolated selectively in the areas that need it and the blood flow is automatically reduced.
The suction helps the deeper and more even distribution of the cold.
The use of special membranes before the placement of the heads ensures the safety of the surrounding tissues, the skin, and the collagen during the treatment.
The crystallization of fat cells leads to their death in the following weeks and their removal is done through the lymphatic and immune system.
This process is gradual and controlled so it does not involve any danger to the human body.
Upper and lower abdomen - lateral abdomen (love handles), nates, inner thighs, knees, arms, back