How exactly does fat-freezing technology work?
The Cold That Reduces Fat Deposits Upto 45%
Trim | Tone | Contour
Criocuum selectively isolates and chills fat deposits on a range of problem areas that can be difficult to treat with diet and exercise alone, including:
Criocuum is based on the crioliporeduction principles of fat removal, which engages adjustable cold temperatures applied to the treatment area to isolate and chill fatty subcutaneous tissue to the point of destruction. Case studies show an average reduction of fatty tissue between 3mm and 15mm, or up to 45% of the fatty tissue present for a visibly trimmer, contoured appearance.
Criocuum targets the most common problem areas of unwanted, stubborn pockets of fat that can be difficult to treat with diet and exercise alone. By using interchangeable vacuum applicators tailored to suit the treatment area, Criocuum non-invasively trims, tones and contours the:
- Upper arms
The Way Cryoliporeduction Works
Cryoplioreduction consists of applying cold to fatty tissue, in a controlled way and for a specific amount of time. Several clinical studies have shown that subjecting a specific part of the body with accumulated fat to intense cold produces the inflammation of the subcutaneous fatty tissue and increases the basal metabolism, thereby managing to destroy the adipocytes or fat cells.
The cell apoptosis occurs as a result of the CRYSTALLISATION of the lipids of the fat cells. Within a specific temperature range (between 0ºC and 10ºC) the fat solidifies and crystallises, while the other tissues that contain water do not crystallise and, therefore, are not damaged.
The cell apoptosis gets rid of functional abnormal cells and surplus normal cells, which is essential for the body’s correct functioning. In this case the elimination takes place naturally.
This technique is the only one that destroys the adipocyte without surgery, using apoptosis, therefore the volume eliminated from the treated area is not regained.
Phases of Treatment