Cryolipolysis 2018-05-11T05:40:56+00:00
Cryolipolysis: effective body reshaping without surgery

Non-invasive controlled cooling freezes and removes fat cells to reduce fat deposits, making it possible to achieve a smoother body line without surgery.

Amongst procedures for the non-invasive reduction of adipose tissue, Cryolipolysis has been commercially available for a number of years, and is backed up by numerous clinical trials.

Cryolipolysis is based on the principle that fat cells (adipocytes) are more susceptible to chilling than other cells, and can therefore be killed without damage to surrounding tissue. A single treatment on a particular site is capable of reducing subcutaneous fat by up to 25% at that site.

It has been demonstrated to be a very safe treatment with a high degree of patient satisfaction. Side effects (erythema, bruising and transient numbness) usually resolve with 14 days or less of treatment.

NON-INVASIVE

KILLS FAT CELLS

 

BODY
RESHAPING

NO ANAESTHETIC

Features and Benefits of Cryolipolysis Treatment

  • Controlled cooling affects fat cells, but does not damage other cells (local panniculitis).

  • Control of the cooling process, and protection of the epidermis with gel pads avoids damage to surrounding tissue.

  • Non-surgical, in-clinic procedure requiring no anaesthesia

  • Patients experience low downtime

  • Shifts fat deposits that diet and exercise don’t

  • One session can remove up to 25% of the fat cells in the treatment area

  • Results usually peak at approximately 12 weeks after treatment

  • Shape is a better indication than actual weight. Therefore, it is important to take measurements and photographs before and after each treatment session.

  • Fat cells are permanently removed. However, if the patient gains weight, that weight will be deposited somewhere in the body. Therefore, a healthy nutrition and exercise program is important for the best long-term outcome.

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The Cryomed View

There’s a good reason why cryolipolysis, or fat freezing, has caught the public’s imagination. Just about everyone –
even healthy people within normal body weight range – has some unwanted fat deposits that don’t shift with exercise or diet.
Fat freezing is a low-downtime, comfortable procedure that makes a visible difference. And treatment prices are coming down.

This is good news for patients, and a challenge for clinics who need to remain competitive and profitable at the same time.

Cryomed’s policy is to source devices that optimise patient outcomes, while offering clinics a technology and ROI advantage.

Manufacturer’s Preclinical Test

Pre- and post-treatment mapping demonstrate Clatuu treatment efficacy.

“Gross and microscopic histological results confirmed the noninvasive cold-induced selective subcutaneous fat destruction,
and showed increases in pre-adiposity differentation and in the activation of lipid catabolism. In particular,
we found that Clatuu may increase PPARd (delta) levels in adipose tissue at 30-60 days post-treatment.”

H&E staining test of the cell at 0, then 15, 30, 60 and 90 days post-Clatuu treatment,
demonstrating that fat cells decreased after 30 days post-treatment.

Adipocyte Oil red O stain

Oil red O staining test of the cell at 0, then 15, 30, 60 and 90 days Clatuu post-treatment,
demonstrating that fat cells decreased after 30 days post-treatment.

Manufacturer’s Preclinical Test

Pre- and post-treatment mapping demonstrate Clatuu treatment efficacy.

“CLATUU successfully reduced abdominal fat in our porcine model.
Gross and microscopic histological results confirmed the noninvasive cold-induced selective subcutaneous fat destruction, and showed increases in pre-adiposity differentiation and in the activation of lipid catabolism. In particular,
we found that CLATUU may increase PPARd (delta) levels in adipose tissue
at 30–60 days post-treatment.”

Classys Pre-Clinical Test
Research Papers and News

Cryolipolysis-Clinical Efficacy and Patient Satisfaction

Efficacy of Cryolipolysis Treatment on Arms and Inner Thighs

Safety and Efficacy of Cryolipolysis