body-contouring

Fat Freezing – Cryolipolysis

Perfect for Body Contouring of Hips, Thighs, Abdomen. Fat Freezing – also known as Cryotherapy or Cryolipolysis – is one of the hottest (forgive the pun!) treatments around at the moment. The treatment uses cool technology to freeze and destroy fat cells in the body, which are stubborn to diet and  exercise.

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One treatment will reduce the area by approx 10-15% and most people need several treatments to see noticeable results.

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Cryolipolysis helps to:

  • Reduce waistline
  • Reduce cellulite
  • Tighten excess skin
  • Reduce stretch marks.
  • Reduce fat cells
  • Slimmer frame
  • Smooth, toned and tightened skin look and texture
  • Promote metabolism and lymphatic drainage
  • Deep fat blasting
  • Collagen stimulation and generation

It’s a great way to get rid of the those unwanted wobbly bits, without resorting to invasive surgery or sticking to a starvation diet.

Areas suitable for treatment:

  • Upper arms or “Bingo Wings”
  • Abdomen
  • Love handles
  • Hips
  • Inner & Outer thighs
  • Buttocks
  • Knees
  • Back
  • Breast (men only) “Moobs”
  • Bra bulge
  • Booty

Fat Freezing Combined With Other Treatments

Fat Freezing works well as a stand-alone treatment, but you get best results when combined with other treatments.

We use Ultrasound Cavitation to help liquefy the destroyed fat cells to speed up their removal from the body.

In some cases, when the fat has gone from the area, the skin may be left looking a little loose.  To remedy this, a treatment with Body HIFU  will tighten the skin.

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Frequently asked questions

How does fat freezing work?

Fat Freezing consists of 1 to 4 suction heads, which pull the areas up into a cold chamber to apply cold therapy. The cold causes the destruction of the fat cells, which are then safely eliminated by the body through the lymphatic system, kidneys and liver.

It’s great for people who want to get rid of stubborn pockets of fat on the body and is clinically proven for this purpose.

Cryolipolysis is an inch-loss treatment, it is not a weight loss treatment.

Is fat freezing permanent?

The good news is, after the required number of treatments for the area … the results are lasting. Once a fat cell is destroyed, it’s permanently destroyed.

However, remaining fat cells, can get bigger.  This means that if you gain weight, then other fat cells will still store the fat and still produce unwanted areas of fat.

Am I a suitable candidate for fat freezing?

As long as you are healthy, fat freezing or Cryolipolysis is a great way to lose inches and contour the body.

The ideal candidate is a person who is mildly above their ideal weight – within 10-15kg above their ideal weight – and want to remove stubborn pockets of fat.

It is not a weight loss treatment and it does not treat obesity.

Is it safe?

As the treatment is non-invasive, there are virtually no risks as long as you are generally healthy. The most likely side effect is light bruising and redness.

Is it painful?

Not at all. It may initially feel a little strange, but this quickly settles down.

Is there any downtime?

No, you can return to your normal activities immediately.

How many treatments will I need?

This really does depend on the size of the area being treated as well as your own physiology. One treatment will reduce the area by approx 10-15%. A course of treatments are required depending on the desired fat loss. Discounts available for multiple treatments.

For best results, it’s important to drink lots of water and really limit your alcohol intake.

How soon will I see results?

Results are seen gradually 3 – 4 weeks after treatment. Maximum effect can take up to 12 weeks.

The treated area will look smaller, with less fat build-up. Depending on your own physiology and how quickly your body removes the dead fat cells, you may see results fairly quickly, or it may take longer.

For best results, it’s important to drink lots of water and really limit your alcohol intake.

What are the costs?

Costs are based on the area of treatment and the number of treatments required. Prices start from £139 per treatment.