Fat Freezing Machine, or cryolipolysis, employs only cool technology to kill fat cells while allowing your body’s biological process to accomplish the task. As a result, this machine is now becoming more popular than traditional liposuction or Cavitation Machine for fat reduction.
Fat freezing treatments is targeting your fat cells and cause them to die, which is known as apoptosis. The dying fat cells are then handled by your body biologically and eliminated through your liver.
How does fat freezing work?
By freezing fat cells, fat freezing treatments cause apoptosis or “cell death” of those cells. The dying cells are then eliminated through the liver through your body’s biological processes.
Fat cells are more sensitive to heat than skin cells; this leaves the surrounding skin unscathed and is an advantage that fat freezing has over invasive procedures like liposuction.
This fat-reduction treatment is popular among several other fat-reduction treatments because it requires no surgery or incisions.
Fat freezing can be used on the following parts of the body:
- The pros of fat freezing
Various sizes of applicators are available on popular fat freezing devices. When the specialist places the applicator on the treated area, it releases cool energy under the skin, functionally tugging at the skin to destroy fat cells.
The applicators have been described as tolerable, with many experiencing no pain.
Short treatment time
It takes up to 60 minutes to treat one specific area. If you want to effectively treat more than one part of your body, it may take longer to see results. Bigger parts of the human body, such as the back, would also take longer.
Short recovery period
Compared to liposuction, fat freezing can be performed as an outpatient procedure. This means you can go back to work immediately after the procedure, as there will be little or zero downtime involved.
Expected results from fat freezing
According to clinical studies, fat freezing can also be effective at reducing subcutaneous fat by 25% after a single session.
People looking to lose weight and want to see results quickly will appreciate the effectiveness of the treatment.
The cons of fat freezing
- Side effects
Fat freezing treatments also have side effects but are few compared to other body sculpting treatments.
The client may experience numbness, redness, or swelling in the affected area or increased skin sensitivity after the treatment.
With proper fat freezing aftercare, such side effects can be reduced or even eliminated entirely.
- Need more session
This depends on the body part y would like to focus on. It may take multiple sessions for significant results to appear in large body areas. If you target more than one body part, you may need to return for additional treatments to achieve your goals.
Can fat be frozen safely?
Liposuction is the most common method of reducing fat, but fat freezing has proven a safer, more effective option.
Are you going to need a lot of fat-freezing sessions?
Sessions are recommended at approximately one-month intervals for 1 to 3 areas per client. The exact number of sessions depends from client to client.
Some people have difficulty freezing fat. Why is this?
Nutrition and exercise are essential to ensure that clients do not gain weight or fat in previously treated areas.