Coolshaping is a noninvasive procedure designed to reduce isolated fatty deposits along the abdomen, lower back, thighs, and arms. Using Cryolipolysis, an intense cool temperature is applied to the target area. As the fat cells are damaged, they dissolve, and are then safely removed by the body. Coolshaping is safe for the surrounding tissues.
As a nonsurgical alternative to Liposuction, Coolshaping can provide significant results without the discomfort and downtime of surgery.
CoolShaping treatment – how does it work?
CoolshapingTM offers the most advanced non-invasive body sliming solution by the integrated technology of cyro, vacuum and LED light therapy to reduce fat cells and breaking down the fat to reshape the body contours. CoolShaping employs selective cryolipolisis (fat freezing) using a set of plates to reach temperature up to -10 Celsius.
An anti-freeze pad is placed over the skin in the targeted area. The fatty cells in the treated area are eliminated through the body’s natural metabolism process leading to a reduction in cellulite and deep fat layer. Generally, results can be seen as of 6-8 weeks following treatment, but for some this may vary depending on the body complexion of each individual and treated area.
Which areas can be treated?
The most commonly treated areas are the abdomen (love handles, muffin top), back, thighs (banana roll), buttocks, arms and chest (gynecomastia on men).
Possible side effects?
Expected side effects include some redness on the skin, minor bruising, tenderness, firmness and some numbness during the following 1-7 days. Unfrequently side effects include dimples, blisters and lumps on the treated areas.
Who performs the treatments?
At SLM, we have the commitment to offer high quality treatments, and that includes also the medical staff. Only qualified doctors and nurses perform the procedures.
Contra-indications but not limited to:
- Diabetic patients
- Patients with cancer
- Patients with implants
- Patients with a pacemaker or internal defibrillator
- Scarring and infection of the treatment area
- History of skin irritation