What is cryolipolysis?

Cryolipolysis is an innovative, noninvasive method of reducing fat tissue by freezing it. It is the most effective alternative to liposuction, with the additional advantage of being free from the complications and side effects of a regular surgery.

How does cryolipolysis work?

The mechanism of cryolipolys is to cool the fat tissue in order to induce the breakdown of the fat cells (lipolysis). The fat cells are then eliminated from the body through blood and lymph. During the treatment, a specialized device is placed on the problematic spot; then, a portion of the skin is cooled for a prescribed amount of time. Eventually, the fat tissue is visibly locally reduced.

Who is it recommended for?

Cryolipolysis is especially recommended for patients struggling with fat tissue concentrated in particular spots, e.g. outer and inner thighs, folds on the back and hips, flabby belly.

When are the results visible?

The effects begin to be visible after 2-4 weeks; however, the final results will be visible after around 12 weeks. The treatment for the same spot can be repeated after 3 weeks, while a treatment for a different spot can be conducted after 10 days.

What are the contraindications:

    • Bacterial and viral infections

    • Some auto-immunological diseases

    • Cancer disease

    • Pregnancy and lactation

    • Epilepsy

    • Electronic and metal implants

    • Skin injuries on the spot which is to be treated

    • Liver inflammation

    • Liver diseases