Cryolipolysis can help you re-shape and tone your tummy.
Cryolipolysis removes the fat cells just under your skin from your abdomen to help you contour and tone your stomach but it is not a cure for obesity.
The process involves a machine that is placed on your skin which cools and freezes specific fat cells under your skin cryogenically while leaving your skin intact. This procedure does not hurt however you may feel a little cold sensation at first and which then becomes numb. This process in effect kills off the fat cells which then pass through your body naturally.
When exposed to cold temperatures your body naturally tries to restrict blood flow to that area, however, Cryolipolysis uses a powerful vacuum drawing blood up to the surface layers of your skin. This has become a very popular nonsurgical alternative to having liposuction.
You may experience a few side effects when having Cryolipolysis, such as redness on the skin and a little inflammation but this will have been from the vacuum. There could also possibly be a little bruising and maybe some numbness in some of the areas which are treated. There is no serious long-lasting side effects and recovery is quick and painless. Your body is resilient and does not have to recover from the drastic changes that would take place if you were trying the more invasive method of liposuction.
It is a great alternative to getting your stomach a smaller, toned and little more defined for when it counts during the summer holidays.
A session in will last between 35 mins and half an hour and you will normally see noticeable results within a month. It normally takes about 12 weeks to see the full results of the effectiveness of using Cryolipolysis. One session may be enough with follow up sessions being carried out on problematic areas. As the procedure is non-medical recovery is minimal and you should be able to carry on with work and other activities straight after the procedure. Cryolipolysis is a safe procedure to shape and tone your tummy which could easily be done during your lunch break.