The science behind the procedure
Cryoliposculpt is a non-invasive fat removal procedure that works on the principle of a process referred to as “selective cryolysis”.
Subcutaneous fat cells (fat cells situated between the skin and muscle layers) are more vulnerable to the effects of low temperature than other surrounding tissues, and prolonged cooling of these fat cells can cause those cells to reduce in number, without damaging any of the close by tissues.
These lipids are then transported by the lymphatic drainage system to be processed and eliminated through the body in the same way that fat from the food is eliminated. This process is very gradual, meaning that there is no danger for the lymphatic system to be overloaded.
Laser beam or intense pulsed light (IPL). Lasers are focused beams, whereas IPL uses interspersed flashes. While one visit will result in a lot of hair removal, it takes about 5 visits each one month apart to kill as much as 70% of the hair. Hair grows in cycles so you want to make sure you get as much of it as possible.