NUBWAY | What is Cryolipolysis?
NUBWAY | What is Cryolipolysis?

Cryolipolysis, also known as fat freezing, is a non-surgical procedure designed to reduce fat deposits in specific areas of the body by applying low temperatures.


Inspired by the effects of frostbite on fat cells, scientists have developed cryolipolysis to selectively target and destroy fat cells while protecting the surrounding skin and tissue.


The Procedure:

Cryolipolysis involves placing a targeted area of the body between two cooling paddles without surgery or needles. These paddles cool the area rapidly, usually for 35 to 75 minutes. During this time, approximately 20%-25% of the fat cells in the treatment area are destroyed.


Results may take several months to become fully visible, with initial changes appearing within a few weeks as the immune system gradually removes the dead fat cells.

NUBWAY | What is Cryolipolysis?

Who is it for?

Cryolipolysis is not a weight loss solution, but is recommended for those who struggle to get rid of stubborn fat lumps despite efforts through diet and exercise.


However, cryolipolysis should be avoided by people with loose skin, poor skin tone or certain medical conditions such as cryoglobulinemia, cold urticaria or Raynaud’s phenomenon. Pregnant or breastfeeding women, obese individuals, or individuals who are sensitive to cold should also avoid this treatment.


Cryolipolysis is not indicated for areas with skin conditions such as varicose veins, nerve problems, or rashes or lesions. Common areas treated include the chin, thighs, abdomen, flanks, buttocks, bra line and upper arms.

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