Evaluation of Cryolipolysis Efficacy
Average reduction in caliper measurement ranged from 14.67 percent to 28.5 percent. Average reduction by ultrasound ranged from 10.3 percent to 25.5 percent. No significant impact on lipid levels or liver function tests after Cryolipolysis treatments was noted in any study.
Only mild, short-term side effects, such as erythema, swelling, and pain, were noted.
Cryolipolysis is a promising procedure for nonsurgical fat reduction and body contouring and presents a compelling alternative to liposuction and other, more invasive methods. This procedure appears to be safe in the short term, with a limited side effect profile, and results in significant fat reduction when used for localised adiposities.
Cryolipolysis Treatment Newcastle
Cryolipolysis also referred to as fat freezing, has become a popular treatment across the world with celebrities alike having the treatment. Cryolipolysis is a non-invasive, non-surgical, clinically proven method of targeting fat in problem areas using cooling technology. There is no pain, no recovery time and treatments are suitable for women and men of all ages.
The fat freezing procedure involves controlled cooling within the temperature range of below – 9°C. This destroys the fat cells through a natural process called apoptosis (natural cell death), other cells are not as sensitive to fat freezing and are therefore unaffected. As the fat cells are destroyed they leave the body through the lymphatic system. As a result there is an average reduction of the thickness of the fat layer in the region of 25%–40%.