Cryolipolysis by heat and cold intervals? Unlike conventional cryolipolysis, the device not only uses the effect of cold, but as contrast cryolipolysis offers a modern, non-surgical procedure to reduce localised fat – without damaging the skin or other surrounding tissues. It mixes the principles of conventional cryolipolysis with heating periods.
With contrast cryolipolysis, heat and cooling intervals are applied specifically to areas of high body fat, enabling an extremely effective fat loss process.
The cooling phase: According to research, fatty tissue reacts much more susceptibly to cooling than the rest of the water-rich tissue in the body. During the cooling intervals, fat cells crystallise and disintegrate in the course of lipolysis.
The heating phase: It influences vasodilation and increases blood flow after the cooling phase. The resulting accelerated metabolism promotes the natural elimination of the fat cells that crystallised during cooling.
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Cryolipolysis is a promising non-invasive method for targeted fat reduction.
Cryolipolysis is a modern non-invasive method for targeted fat reduction that is gaining popularity. This innovative technology uses controlled exposure to cold to treat fat cells and selectively reduce them without damaging the surrounding tissue. In this article, we will take a closer look at how cryolipolysis works, its applications and the scientific evidence that supports its effectiveness.
Cryolipolysis, also known as cold treatment or CoolSculpting, is a non-surgical fat reduction technique. It is based on the idea that fat cells are more sensitive to cold than surrounding tissue. Through controlled exposure to cold, the fat cells can be selectively cooled and thus dissolved without affecting the surrounding tissue.
During cryolipolysis, the fat tissue to be treated is placed between two cooling panels. These cooling panels create a controlled cold field that cools the fat cells down to a certain temperature. The cooled fat cells crystallise and are then gradually broken down by the body’s natural metabolic process. The surrounding tissues and structures, such as skin, muscles and nerves, remain unharmed.
Cryolipolysis is mainly used to treat localised fat deposits that are difficult to reduce through diet and exercise.
Typical treatment areas are:
Yes, cryolipolysis is considered a safe and effective method of fat reduction. Clinical studies have shown that it can produce targeted and lasting fat reduction in the treated areas without damaging the surrounding tissue.
A cryolipolysis treatment session usually takes around 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the size and number of areas to be treated.
The treated fat cells are gradually broken down by the body’s metabolic process and disappear permanently. The results are usually long-term, provided that a healthy lifestyle is maintained.
Cryolipolysis is a non-invasive treatment and usually has only mild side effects such as redness, swelling and mild sensitivity in the treated area. These side effects are only temporary.