Cryolipolysis Fat Reduction

Who can be treated with Cryolipolysis?

Cryolipolysis is considered safe and since cryolipolysis does not produce weight loss, patients must present with localized fat only. Not recommended in patient cases exceeding the excess weight of 10 –12 Kgs.and effective for most patients seeking removal of fat from specific areas like upper & lower abdomen, flanks, gluteus and trochanteric area.

Does the procedure hurt?

The Procedure is comfortable for most patients. No anesthesia and/or pain medication is needed during treatment .Typically patients are comfortable enough to read, work on their laptops, IPads, listen to music on headphones, or simply relax during the procedure

How long does the procedure take?

Procedure time can be two hours or more depending on the size of the area to be treated.

Is there downtime after the procedure? There is no recovery time after the procedure.You may resume your normal activities on the same day of your procedure, including work and exercise. What are common post-procedure effects? Redness may appear in the treated area,and may last from a few minutes to a few hours. Some localized bruising may occur,which clears within a few weeks. Many patients experience a temporary dulling of sensation in the treated area lasting one to eight weeks.

Introductory price Offer–5000Rs

Free Repeat Procedure if no Results at end of Two Months

What happens to the fat cells?

The exposure to cooling causes the fat cells to begin a process of natural removal, which gradually reduces the thickness of the fat layer. The fat cells in the treated area are gently eliminated through the body’s normal metabolic processes, similar to how fat from food is eliminated.

How long until I notice results?

A noticeable, measurable reduction in fat bulges is seen in two to four months. At that time, additional cryolipo procedure can be considered again to achieve greater fat reduction.

How long do the results last?

Patients experiencing fat layer reduction show persistent results for at least six months after the Procedure.