How Does Fat Freezing Work?

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Cryolipolysis has emerged as a popular non-invasive treatment option for reducing localized areas of fat.

Its principle relies on the controlled cooling of subcutaneous fat cells to flatten bulges and reshape body contours.

Results take up to 90 days, with 1 to 3 treatments recommended for optimal results.

What happens during a fat freezing treatment?

During a Cryolipolysis treatment, an anti-freeze membrane and vacuum applicator are applied to the target area. The skin and fatty tissue are then gently drawn into the cooling cup, where controlled cooling is safely delivered to the fat. The exposure to cool temperatures is set so that it causes controlled cell death of subcutaneous fat tissue without apparent damage to the overlying skin. The dead fat cells are then naturally processed and eliminated by the body’s lymphatic system.

What areas can you treat with fat freezing?

The Cryolipolysis treatment is used to safely reduce unwanted fat from all major areas, including:

  • Abdomen
  • Flanks
  • Bra-bulges
  • Back fat
  • Inner and outer thighs
  • Banana rolls.

Cryolipolysis can be performed as a treatment option on its own or combined with Ultrasonic Cavitation for faster and more enhanced results.

How to get certified in Cryolipolysis treatments

Proper training is essential to protect not only yourself but also your clients. The Body Sculpting Institute offers fat freezing training courses online. You can complete your certification at your own pace, in the comfort of your own home.

There are no pre-requisites or prior qualifications required to undertake Cryolipolysis training. The course will give you everything you need. If you would like to find out how you can get started, contact The Body Sculpting Institute now and start today.

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