Similarly to plastic surgeons like liposuction, this treatment is use for removing the fat for thoses areas of the body where it is more difficult to remove fat by diet and exercise. CoolSculpting is a sefa and noninvasive procedure, meaning it does not involve surgery, cuts, or anesthetic, so it carries less risk than liposuction. That it can use Sicoheren COOLPLAS Machine to obtain great results.
What is CRYOLIPOLYSIS?
Cryolipolysis is a FDA-approved form of fat reduction, use freezing temperatures to break down fat cells. Cold does not damage other cells in the way it does fat cells, and so there should be no damage to the skin or underlying tissue.
Does Cryolipolysis work?
Most Cryolypolysis procedures take around an hour. There is no recovery time because there is no damage to the skin or tissue. During the procedure, the practitioner vacuums the skin above the area of fatty tissue into an applicator that cools the fat cells. The cold temperatures numb the area, and some people report feeling a cooling sensation. Some people report soreness at the site of Cryolypolysis , similar to that they might have after an intense workout or minor muscle injury.
After the procedure, it may take around 4–6 months for the fat cells to leave the body. In that time, the area of fat will decrease by an average of 20 percent.
Side effects and complications of Cryolipolysis
The rate of complications and side effects is lower than with more invasive procedures, such as liposuction. Moreover it can have some other complications may include: swelling, bruising, sensitivity, skin redness, localized pain.
How long does Cryolipolysis last?
Cryolypolysis destroys fat cells, and those particular cells will not return. Destroying existing fat cells will not prevent new fat cells from appearing. Hence, why a healthy lifestyle is vital to preserve the results of Cryolypolysis . A person who does not exercise or who eats an unhealthy diet may soon see the fat return.
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