Are you tired of trying to sculpt your "trouble spots" through traditional exercise and dieting?
Do you feel frustrated with the slow or no results?
Do you want a quicker alternative to sculpt your body?
If yes, then you must consider Cryolipolysis with CRYO FAT PRO
Losing weight through physical activity and nutrition is a time-consuming process. While it works at a steady pace for overweight people, obese people are more resistant to this method of shredding. Therefore, their body transformation results are slow. But with the rising popularity of Cryolipolysis, reducing your body’s fat is quick, easy and effective.
What Is Cryolipolysis?
Cryolipolysis is a fat reduction, sculpting treatment. The fat cells are targeted in the troubled areas of your body through a cryolipolysis treatment. Cryolipolysis is a non-surgical, safe and secure fat reduction procedure, which allows you to lose body fat easily and effortlessly. though the crystallization of the fat cells.
How Does Cryolipolysis Work?
Cryolipolysis is also known as ‘fat freezing’. It is quite similar to any cold treatment such as icing a wound. The Cryolipolysis procedure of weight loss targets the fat cells in your body and compresses them until they completely crystallize. Once these cells are frozen or crystallized, your body slowly eliminates these fat cells.
What To Expect?
A Certified Cryolipolysis Professional will consult to answer any questions you may have and take photos and measurements.
Once prepped and comfortable, a gel pad and applicator to a specific area of your body. The vacuum applicator then rapidly cools the targeted area and crystallizes the fat cells. Any discomfort felt will last about 1-2 minutes until the applicator reaches optimum temperature.
Once the allotted time is completed, a technician will massage the treated area for 1-2 minutes.
The CRYO FAT PRO procedure typically, it takes 1 hour start to finish.
How Many Treatments Are Needed?
The number of sessions also depends on the density of the fat cells in your body, the patients activity level, patients eating habits and general lifestyle. It also depends on the targeted area of your body.