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Does it work?

Absolutely, but don’t take our word for it. Due to differing personal circumstances and taking into account the fact that everyone reacts differently to the treatment, results vary from person to person. We encourage all of our clients to research Cryolipolysis before their procedure. There is significant research which proves the effectiveness of the procedure.

How much does it cost?

The cost of the procedure varies depending on the requirements of individual patients. We encourage our customers to book a consultation where we will discuss the size of the areas that you would like treated.

How does it work?

In basic terms, Cryolipolysis causes fat cells to die. An increased inflammation recruits a number of immune cells into the area of freezing, resulting in mediating lysis (death) of fatty cells. This phenomenon then results in a gradual slimming of the targeted area within several weeks*.

Where do the fat cells go?

Simply put, your body digests them. Just like any energy source, they are cleared through the lymphatic system.

Will I put the weight back on?

Our bodies contain a finite number of fat cells, and therefore the cells will not reproduce. In other words, when the fat cells leave the body via the lymphatic system, they cannot return. However, an individual’s excessive calorie intake could trigger the remaining fats cells to compensate and increase in size. It is therefore important to maintain a healthy lifestyle following your treatment.

Are there any side effects?

This is a common Cryolipolysis FAQ. There are no adverse long-term effects associated with Cryolipolysis. The concept of fat freezing is to specifically target and destroy fat cells and not cause any other damage. It is proven that our skin and fat are affected at different temperatures; therefore you can freeze the fat but not harm the skin. With that said, patients may experience a little bruising and numbness, which tends to last several days.

Is the procedure safe?

We use the latest technology operated by fully trained, insured and licensed staff.

How long will it take me to recover?

The method is 100% non-invasive; this means no scalpels, needles, anaesthetic or sedation. With no restrictions or limitations imposed patients are free to resume their routines immediately after treatment.