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Cryolipolysis (fat removal without surgery)

Cryolipolysis (Cryolipolysis) or CoolSculpting is a device that applies cold temperature to areas where we have increased fat that we are not at all satisfied with and want to eliminate. Through Cryolipolysis, non-invasive cooling of adipose tissue is carried out, which serves to promote lipolysis (dissolution of fat cells) without damaging other tissues. The result of the treatment is visible after two to four months from the treatment, where you will notice a reduction of fat in that area. The people who perform this treatment also include Cavitation and Radiofrequency treatment sessions, which are complementary treatments for the further melting of fat in the area where Cryolipolysis has been applied, as well as skin toning in that area. The elimination of fat without surgery, i.e. CoolSculpting, is especially preferred by those people who do not want to perform liposuction on their body.

Cryolipolysis was discovered by dermatologist Dieter MANSTEIN, MD, PhD and R. Rox Anderson, MD, of the Wellman Center of Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, an affiliate of Harvard Medical University. Doctors Manstein and Anderson and their research team proved that, under carefully controlled laboratory conditions, subcutaneous fat cells are more vulnerable to the effect of cooling than the surrounding tissue. Their initial study, published in the scientific journal Lasers in Surgery and Medicine in November 2008, concluded that prolonged local, controlled tissue cooling can induce selective reduction of fat cells and subsequent loss of subcutaneous fat without damage the skin. This discovery, called “selective cryolysis” led to the development of the patented technology behind the non-invasive CoolSculpting procedure. 

Where Cryolipolysis is applied

  • In the abdomen area;
  • In the hip area (around the waist);
  • In arms;
  • On inner and outer thighs. 

Results achieved