Utilising 3D Lipo technology stubborn fat is destroyed by freezing and is removed by the body’s own excretory system. The FDA-cleared procedure suctions in the skin surrounding the area of fat you want to freeze, then uses controlled cooling (aka cryolipolysis) to drop the temperature of the skin down to where the fat cells die. The body then eliminates the cells in the following weeks so they won’t migrate to another area of your body, so there’s no change to fat cells in untreated areas. The procedure is non-invasive, painless and delivers lasting results. The treatment is available at our clinic in Surrey, call today to book your consultation on 01932 706402.
3D-cryofreeze specifically targets the fat cells. A specialised hand piece applies vacuum to the treatment area. This sucks in skin in and then reduces the temperature to -6℃, which pinpoints the contents of the fat cells, hence crystallising them. No other structures are damaged in the process. The destroyed components of the fat cells are disposed by the body’s lymphatic system.
On average you will see a 20-40% reduction of fat cells in the localised area. The body takes several months to flush out the dead cells, but you can start to see results at 6-12 weeks.
It is a single treatment, which cannot be repeated in the same area for at least three months. Further treatments can be applied after consultation with your clinician.
Your clinician can bespoke the treatment and combine other body-sculpting technologies that help to complement cryo-freezing and improve inch loss.
You will feel suction together with a cold temperature in the area being treated. You soon feel numb. The cup is in position for 30-60 minutes depending on the area being treated.
The treatment time depends on the area being treated and can take 30 to 60 minutes in one session.
You can go back to your normal daily activities directly after having the treatment, there is no downtime as such.
You may have a slight numbness for up to a few days following the treatment and the treated area may show some signs of redness or swelling. A ‘Lolly Burn’ is very uncommon but a rare possibility.
had treatment on my thighs, really pleased with the outcomeMrs T
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