Fat Freezing – Cryolipolysis

Fat Freezing Cryolipolysis

Cryolipolysis, commonly called “fat Freezing”, uses cold temperature to break down fat cells. The fat cells are particularly susceptible to the effects of cold, unlike other types of cells. While the fat cells freeze, the skin and other structures are spared from injury.

Sometimes, despite diet and exercise, stubborn fat deposits may just not budge. If you feel plagued by flab and fat around your tummy and waistline, CoolTech® may be the answer to get rid of unwanted love handles, muffin tops, saddle bags and floppy belly flab. The Cooltech® method is an outpatient treatment without requiring anaesthesia or pain medications, so there doesn’t have to be any down or recovery time. CoolTech® may be your desired safe and effective fat-removal process that doesn’t damage any tissue.

With CoolTech®, fat cells under the skin can be cooled in a particular manner until they are frozen. Once solidified, the fat cells can die. They can be naturally eliminated over a period of time by your body, with no damage to any surrounding areas.


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