Lipo Fat Freeze
FREEZE YOUR FAT!
LipoFreeze is a procedure that targets fat cells for destruction and natural elimination. It is non-invasive without impact to the surface of the skin. As it is non-invasive, candidates are not exposed to all potential side-effects of traditional surgery such as liposuction.
A revolutionary new treatment
It’s clinically proven and effective
A completely non-invasive alternative to Liposuction
Undeniable results in only one treatment
No downtime, no knife and no scars
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How It Works
How It Works
Our specially formulated liposuction alternative, LipoFreeze, gently warms up the treatment area which then encourages blood and fat to separate. Then by using Cryotherapy, LipoFreeze carefully freezes away fat cells and thus provides clients with a fat removal treatment without surgery.
Based on Cryotherapy it was researched and developed by Harvard scientists, who concluded that if the body's temperature is reduced within certain areas (such as fat cells) to a point where there is a formation of ice crystals, this will in turn cause cell death. In scientific terms this is called Apoptosis.
Cryotherapy is FDA approved and is a much more controlled treatment that's non-invasive, cooling of localised fat deposits reducing their size and therefore reshaping the body contours.
What is Lipo-Freeze?
Lipo-Freeze is a revolutionary new method for reducing fat in common problem areas, including back, flanks (love handles), abdominal fat and now arms and legs. It uses a controlled cooling technology that targets and destroys layers of fat cells in the body, thus reducing unsightly bulges.
How does it work?
Lipo-Freeze is a non-invasive, painless and simple procedure. We place a gel pad and a specialized applicator to deliver cooling to the fat cells in the targeted area. This process, called cryolipolysis, chills fat cells and stimulates the natural removal of these cells. The fat is then metabolized by your own body. After a number of weeks, the areas which have been frozen start to reduce as the fat is lost.
How long does it take?
Each Lipo-Freeze treatment can last anywhere from one to several hours, depending on how many areas you would like to treat. We will inform you during the consultation how many hours you will require. If you require more than two hours, these sessions can be broken up over several days or can be scheduled all together in one sitting.
Is it painful?
Lipo-Freeze is a gentle and entirely non-invasive procedure. It does not require any anesthetic or pain medication. Most patients experience no pain to minimal discomfort during this procedure. While having the procedure you can enjoy a movie of your choice, talk on the phone, watch television, read a book, listen to music or simply take a nap. While everything necessary will be provided, you are welcome to bring any additional comforts of home such as movies, music, pillows or reading material.
Will I be comfortable?
We make the best effort to give patients the most comfortable experience. We provide you with amenities such as pillows, drinks... etc.
Is it safe?
The Lipo-Freeze procedure is performed under the supervision of a qualified Laser & Skin Technician. The technology enables precise, controlled delivery of the cooling that affects only fat cells on your body, ensuring that no surrounding tissue or cells are affected or damaged. Additionally, because Lipo-Freeze is non-invasive, there is no risk of infection, complications from anesthesia, or other side effects associated with surgery.
How long does it take to recover?
There is no recovery time required following a Lipo-Freeze treatment. Patients may resume their daily activities immediately following the procedure. You can even exercise right after the procedure. Mild redness in the treated area can last several minutes up to two weeks. Some people may bruise, which can last from two days up to two weeks. A small percentage of people may experience tingling, tenderness, cramping, itching or soreness. You may feel a temporary dulling sensation in the treated area for up to eight weeks. Patients vary in side effects and while many experience no reaction, others may experience mild side effects. Sun exposure is not contra-indicated with Lipo-Freeze so patients may resume outside activities after the procedure. Of course, we recommend the use of sunscreen at all times.
Is Lipo-Freeze right for me?
Lipo-Freeze is designed for individuals who are healthy and fit, but who want to eliminate fat in areas of their body that have not responded well to diet or exercise. It is not a substitute for weight loss or liposuction, nor does it address problems with obesity.
How soon will I see results?
Though it can vary and some patients can see them sooner, in most cases results are visible within 8 to 12 weeks following Lipo-Freeze.
If I need another treatment, how soon after can I have it done?
Patients can wait the full 4 months before having another session. However, we find those who re-treat at the 4-6 week mark are happier because they can see a stronger, cumulative result of the sessions.
How long do the effects last?
The effects of the treatment are permanent. Fat cells do not reproduce or expand in size. Once Lipo-Freeze eliminates fat cells from your body, they will not reappear if healthy exercise and lifestyle are maintained.
Can I undergo more than one treatment?
After assessing the effects of your first treatment, speak to the BEAUTONIC's technician about whether you could benefit from additional treatments. For more results, some patients opt for multiple follow-up treatments over the course of a year.
How soon after giving birth can I have Lipo Freeze?
Though it can vary from person to person, after speaking to many gynecologists we have determined that the ideal time to have Lipo-Freeze is about 8 weeks after delivery.
Where does the fat go?
The fat is metabolized gradually and painlessly eliminated in the urine.
How much weight will I lose after Lipo-Freeze?
Lipo-Freeze is not a weight-loss procedure. Though you may see changes reflected on the
scale, it is intended for fat reduction in problem areas.