Cryolipolysis FAQs

1. Am I a suitable candidate for cryolipolysis treatment?

Cryolipolysis treatment is generally safe for everyone — regardless of the skin type and number of applications, although those with certain medical and cold-related conditions may not be suitable for this fat removal method. Our qualified therapists will carefully review your medical history before further discussing expectations and outcomes of the treatment.

Normally, customers who are within reach of their ideal weight range and are willing to maintain the outcome of their cryolipolysis treatment with a healthy and active lifestyle will see the best results.

 

2. Will the cryolipolysis treatment hurt?

No, the cryolipolysis treatment will not hurt. You may feel intense cold for several minutes, which can be uncomfortable at first, but most of our customers do not find it painful.

 

3. What are the risks and side effects of cryolipolysis?

Since cryolipolysis is not a surgical procedure, it does not come with surgical risks. However, there may be some minor side effects such as numbing, localised bruising and temporary redness of the treated areas. However, these will naturally disappear after some time.

 

4. When will I see results from cryolipolysis and do they last?

Some customers can see visible results almost immediately after just one cryolipolysis session. However, it is highly recommended to have a few sessions spread out over several weeks to achieve the best results.

Additionally, the results for cryolipolysis are permanent as the fat cells are destroyed for good, if a stable weight is maintained.

 

5. What do I need to avoid after undergoing cryolipolysis?

There are no activity restrictions after you undergo a cryolipolysis treatment. Our customers hardly experience any pain, although they might feel some soreness, as if they have worked out. Most people typically resume their routine activities, like returning to work and their exercise regimens, on the same day as the treatment.