[What is the difference between cryolipolysis and other liposuction methods? 】
I don’t need to introduce too much about other liposuction methods here: simple and crude is to use a needle to extract fat, and the scene in the operating room will still make some patients feel scared!
And cryosuction does not need needles, it uses the principle of physics to lose weight.
There are many kinds of cells in our body, including blood vessel cells, nerve cells, melanocytes, fibroblasts, etc. Each cell has a different ability to sense temperature.
At a specific temperature of 0-10°, our fat cells are deactivated while the rest of the body's tissue cells are left unaffected.
Therefore, using this feature, freezing the fat-dissolving instrument can gradually make fat cells apoptotic, dissolve and metabolize within 2-6 weeks, so as to achieve the purpose of losing weight!
[Is it painful to cryo-lipolysis? How long does one treatment last? 】
This question is very simple and understandable. Frozen fat-dissolving is not about stabbing you with a needle, so of course it will not make the beauty seeker feel pain.
Due to the effect of the vacuum, at most you will feel a slight pulling feeling and a strong local cold in the treatment area, which is mainly obvious at the beginning of the treatment.
Generally, a single treatment time is about 60 minutes. After the treatment, there will be a little redness, swelling and numbness in the area, and you can start activities after the operation.
[How long does it take to see the effect of frozen fat-dissolving, is the effect good? 】
No matter how many minimally invasive surgical methods have been developed, the most efficient currently is the traditional manual liposuction, which can extract 60% of the fat at one time, which is beyond the reach of any minimally invasive surgery!
Cryolipolysis is generally suitable for topical targeting. Generally, 1-3 treatments are required, with an interval of 30 days in between, and one treatment can remove about 35%-40% of fat.