HOW CRYOGENIC LIPOLYSIS WORKS ?
The suction and cooling heads (independently controlled) are placed on the areas to be treated. The cryogenic lipolysis cooling heads create a vacuum that temporarily decreases blood flow to the treated area, immobilizing the fat tissue, and isolating the treated area from surrounding tissue. no other tissue is damaged except the fat cells. At low temperature (-1°C to -3°C).this leads to apoptosis (death) of the fat cells. Once the
cooling procedure is completed, the fat cells crystallise and after melting the now dead and broken fat cells release the lipids into the lymphatic system, which will eliminate them by natural metabolism. Skin isn’t damaged, but subcutaneous fat, which is more sensitive to low temperatures than other surrounding tissues, begins a two to three month long gradual dissolution and evacuation after each cryogenic lipolysis procedure. Between 25-30% of the fat cells in the treated area will be destroyed in one session.
Cryogenic lipolysis treatment results can be enhanced by using other lipolysis and radiofrequency sessions in between each treatment, which helps by increasing the breakage of the dead fat cells, lymph drainage and enhancing skin tightness and elasticity. There is no anesthesia or recovery time needed. After the treatment, clients may return to their normal activities including work and physical exercise.
Since this is slow, gradual process the released lipids do not create any stress on liver or other normal bodily functions. The destroyed fat cells do no regenerate, which helps to maintain the achieved results.