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Fat freezing is a technique that uses low temperatures in a targeted manner to eliminate localized fat deposition. The treatment is performed on a specially designed fat freezing machine. Fat freezing is a non-surgical liposuction treatment that provides guaranteed results and longevity.
Fat freezing is a cosmetic treatment that does not require anesthesia. The average duration of the procedure is 40-60 minutes. A special applicator of appropriate size is applied to the fat folds in the problem area and exposed to low temperatures. After rapid cooling, the fat cells begin to gradually die and destroy themselves naturally. No additional procedures are required to dispose of the destroyed fat cells, which are eliminated from the body with the normal metabolism of the body.
The fat freezing treatment process is painless and the patient will only feel cold during the treatment. Because the destruction of fat cells occurs gradually, the results of the treatment appear in about a month or so. The fat freezing machine is completely safe, portable and comfortable, and does not require special compression underwear. The process of fat layer volume reduction is gradual and the results are stable and long-lasting.
Results of Fat Freezing Treatment
The main advantage of the fat freezing treatment is that it eliminates fat deposition in localized problem areas of the body and the procedure is completely painless and comfortable. You will only feel cold and a slight tugging in the affected area. Usually, after one fat freezing treatment, about 25-30% of the fat folds are eliminated. After 4 weeks of treatment, the volume begins to decrease and after about 2-4 months, the final results of the treatment become apparent and patients will achieve a slimmer, firmer body contour in a short period without the need for diet and exercise.
Since the fat freezing treatment process does not cause invasive effects, there are virtually no side effects. Slight redness, increased skin sensitivity, and slight soreness due to cold is usually caused after the treatment. All of these disappear on their own without the need for additional treatment procedures.
As scientific studies have shown, the fat freezing treatment promotes the production of collagen, which together with elastin make up the skin architecture. As a result, the skin does not sag after the fat layer disappears but remains elastic and rejuvenated. The high amount of collagen in the tissue avoids the appearance of wrinkles, folds, and sagging. Therefore, fat freezing treatment can be considered as a skin tightening and rejuvenation method.
Indications for Fat Freezing
- Fat deposition in the abdomen and waist;
- Folds of fat on the sides of the back or in the back area.
- Excess fat in the area of "breeches" and inner thighs
- Fat deposition in the knee area;
- Cellulite and loose skin on the inner surface of the hands.
Contraindications to Fat Freezing
Despite the effectiveness of fat freezing, there are contraindications to its use.
- Allergy to cold;
- Dermatological disorders in the treated area.
- Excessive obesity.
- Tending bleeding, reduced blood clotting;
- Pregnancy and lactation.
- Open and infected wounds.
- Neurological disorders ;
- Hernia in the treated area ;
- The presence of pacemakers, defibrillators, insulin pumps.
Although fat freezing treatment is very effective, this method should not be used as a procedure to treat obesity. Obese patients with significant fat deposition throughout the body should consult a dietitian for planned weight loss before using fat freezing treatment to correct specific areas of the body.
Areas That Can Be Treated With Fat Freezing
Fat freezing can be performed on the abdomen, buttocks, back, outer and inner thighs, calves, forearms, menopausal nodes, chin, and even knees.
- Abdominal fat freezing
Abdominal fat deposition is called abdominal obesity and is accompanied by the accumulation of fat on the internal organs of the abdominal region. In this case, the risk of developing diabetes, atherosclerosis, hypertension, and fat metabolism disorders is significantly increased. The "fat" organ is unable to function adequately, thus negatively affecting the body's functions.
Some people are born with a tendency to accumulate fat in certain areas of the body. It is most dangerous when fat cells are deposited in the abdomen. This not only destroys the figure but also leads to obesity in the internal organs.
To remove abdominal fat deposition and avoid complications, fat freezing treatment will help - a treatment procedure that removes fat cells by freezing. The fat freezing technique is no less efficient than traditional liposuction, but it does not require surgery and anesthesia.
- Fat freezing on both sides
The ugly "sides" of the waist and abdomen ruin the figure and, often, not only in overweight people but also in slim people who develop fat deposition on the sides of the abdomen as a matter of body composition. You may already know about proper nutrition, exercise, and diet, but today we are talking about fat freezing treatment that can combat this fat deposition.
The essence of fat freezing treatment is the use of specialized fat freezing equipment to cool and remove fat deposition from the flanks. The method is an innovation and is known for the excellent results patients ultimately receive. During fat freezing treatment, the amount of fat deposition on the flanks is significantly reduced.
This is because fat cells are sensitive to low temperatures. If the cold effect is applied to the fat, then it is destroyed naturally. The fluid formed during this process enters the intercellular space and is finally excreted from the body through metabolism.
Fat freezing is a unique but simple contouring treatment that allows you to remove excess fat from the flank area of the waist and abdomen. It does not damage health, normalizes cells, and tones the skin. So if you want to correct your flanks, fat freezing treatment is perfect for you!
- Buttock fat freezing
As girls enter puberty, the angular teenage body gradually begins to transform into a more feminine silhouette. And the main sculptor of this is fat. The breeches area, an area on the outer thighs that looks like an area of excess fat deposition, the so-called fat trap, is inherent to the female figure and fat can be deposited in this area usually as a result of genetic predisposition, improper nutrition, or overeating.
The breeches area is a localized fat deposition that is almost impossible to eliminate through exercise and dieting, but on the contrary, fat freezing treatment can remove fat locally even in areas that cannot be eliminated by exercise. If you want to correct your figure in these areas, you should try the latest techniques for fighting the pesky fat trap.