What is Cryolipolysis?

Cryolipolysis is a new technology that uses selective and non-invasive methods to reduce local fat. It uses special sensors in the cryolipolysis machine to locate the selected area, combined with vacuum technology, to capture subcutaneous tissue, selective cooling is used to eliminate fat cells without damaging surrounding tissue.

The principle of cryolipolysis is based on the fact that the fat cells in the subcutaneous tissue are rich in fatty acids and are particularly sensitive to low temperature, while the adjacent tissue cells - vascular cells, peripheral nerve cells, melanocytes, fibroblasts or fat with insufficient fat cells, etc. are less sensitive to low temperature, and this difference determines that at a specific low temperature (0-10°), fat cells will be inactivated while other tissue cells have no effect. Under the action of the cryolipolysis machine, fat cells will gradually die, dissolve and metabolize within 2-6 weeks, so as to achieve the purpose of slimming and shaping.