Cryolipolysis (Fat Freeze)Ice Shaping IV Pro

What is Cryolipolysis?

Cryolipolysis, commonly referred to as “Cool Sculpting” by patients is a medical treatment used to destroy fat cells by freezing. The functional principle is the controlled application of cooling, within the temperature range of +5 to −5 °C, for the non-invasive, localized reduction of fat deposits, in order to reshape the contours of the body. The fat cells are particularly susceptible to the effects of cold, unlike other types of cells. While the fat cells freeze, the skin and other structures are spared from injury. This is one of the most popular nonsurgical fat reduction treatments, with over 450,000 procedures performed worldwide.

Research on technology

Lipolysis procedures attempt to “dissolve” fat cells by nonsurgical means. A number of methods are used, including laser, ultrasound, and radio frequency. Popsicle panniculitis is a dermatologic condition that shows exposure to low temperatures can selectively damage subcutaneous fat while leaving skin intact. Based on the premise that fat cells are more easily damaged by cooling than skin cells, cryolipolysis was developed to apply low temperatures to tissue via thermal conduction. In order to avoid frostbite, a specific temperature level and exposure are determined, such as 60 minutes at −5 °C (23 °F).

Cryolipolysis procedure

After an assessment of the dimensions and shape of the fatty bulge to be treated, an applicator of the appropriate size and curvature is chosen. The area of concern is marked to identify the site for applicator placement. A gel pad is placed to protect the skin. The applicator is applied and the bulge is vacuumed into the hollow of the applicator. The temperature inside the applicator drops, and as it does so, the area numbs. Patients sometimes experience discomfort from the vacuum’s pull on their tissue, but this resolves within minutes, once the area is numb.

Patients typically watch TV, use their smart phone or read during the procedure. After the hour-long treatment, the vacuum turns off, the applicator is removed and the area is massaged, which may improve the final results.

What are the risks of cryolipolysis?

The complication rate is low and the satisfaction rate is high. Side effect data are based on a limited experience. Transient local redness, bruising and numbness of the skin are common side effects of the treatment and are expected to diminish. Typically, sensory deficits will diminish within a month. The effect on peripheral nerves was investigated and failed to show permanent detrimental results. No serious long-lasting side effects were encountered during follow-up time of six months.

Recovering from cryolipolysis

There are no activity restrictions. Patients sometimes feel sore, as if they had worked out. Rarely do patients experience pain.

What are the results of cryolipolysis?

The injured fat cells are gradually eliminated by the body over 4 to 6 months. During that time the fatty bulge decreases in size, with an average fat reduction of about 20 percent.

Technical Parameters

Handle Numbers 5 handles available
Vacuum 0 kpa-100kpa
Handle size Big handle A: 220*76*125mm

Middle handle B1: 160*56*65mm

Middle handle B2: 160*56*65mm

Small handle C: 125*45*70mm

Chin handle D: Variable

Handle Numbers 5 handles available
Cooling system Wind cooling + water cooling + semiconductor cooling
Input Power 2500 W
Output power 1600 W
Dimension 1160*508*620mm
Voltage AC220V ± 10% 10A, 50HZ

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*Results may vary from person to person