How it Works
Cryolipolysis is an effective, non-invasive treatment that targets stubborn fat cells by permanently destroying them.
Using a leading Ultra Cool Sculpting machine that safely and painlessly cools targeted fat cells to temperatures as low as -15 degrees Celsius, fat cells are crystallised and die.
No other tissues, nerves or structures are damaged in this process. The remains of the now dead fat cells are then naturally flushed out via the body’s lymphatic system.
Treated areas experience a permanent fat reduction of up to 20-40% once the course of treatments has been completed. Results can be seen as soon as 1 week and up to 12 weeks depending on the treatment package chosen.
Bra Strap Fat
the Inner Thighs
Our treatments deliver real results that last.
We are so confident that you can achieve visible results that we are offering a 100% Money Back Guarantee with all treatments.
Before: 33 Inches
After: 27.5 Inches
Total Fat Loss: 14cm
Before: 22.5 Inches
After: 21 Inches
Total Fat Loss: 3.8cm
Total 22.8cm Fat Loss
Is it right for me?
As with any other procedure, Cryolipolysis may not be suited to your needs and goals. So, how will you know if you are a suitable candidate?
Ideal candidates are people who have stubborn pockets of fat that have been difficult to remove with diet and/or exercise. These areas typically include the thighs, abdomen, love handles, tummy, back, bra strap fat and upper arms.
If you are looking to sculpt your body and wish to target only specific areas of fat as opposed to overall weight loss then fat freezing treatments is the perfect body sculpting solution.
Click to view our Client Testimonial
Real Client Results after 2 sessions of Cryolipolysis.
Real Client Results after 1 session of Fat Freezing with RF Skin Tightening.
Cryolipolysis vs. Cryotherapy
What is the difference?
Despite sounding quite similar, cryolipolysis and cryotherapy are two very different treatments.
It’s an easy mistake for people to confuse the pair, especially since both treatments use extremely low temperatures throughout the course of treatments. With that said though, both the purpose and results of cryolipolysis and cryotherapy are very different, and should always be treated as such. To clear things up a bit, we've made a brief rundown of each treatment.