Fat Freezing 101: Does It Actually Work?
As the name tells you, it refers to freezing the fat in cold temperatures. No I am not joking. In today's world, technology is so advanced that you can look like you exercise daily while sitting at home and having fun. In this blog post, we will speak about this fat reduction technique and its effectiveness.
According to clinical studies, fat freezing is an extremely effective nonsurgical fat reduction way to lose weight and target specific areas of subcutaneous fat. In just one or two treatments, this method can result in an average fat reduction by more than 25%. This percentage is significantly higher than other popular methods for body contouring.
How Does It Work?
If you are wondering... what does Fat Freezing do to the body? The science for the coolsculpting fat freezing procedure is quite simple. It eliminates fat with intense cold temperature as fatty tissues are more sensitive to cold temperatures than other types of cells in your body. When exposed to extreme cold, the fatty tissue dies while keeping the surrounding cells and skin surface unharmed.
A membrane is laid on the areas of the body with unwanted fat and the fat freeze machine uses handheld device with a suction cup to freeze the stubborn fat pockets. The intense freezing temperatures will kill fat cells. The dead fat cells then get flushed out of your system in standard natural ways.
Who Is It For?
Fat-freezing treatment is not for everyone. In order to have visible fat removal results, the ideal candidate for the procedure is someone who has more than a pinchable fat on stubborn areas.
Being an ideal candidate makes a big difference in the results seen after the treatment as fat freezing cryolipolysis is not a diet substitute or a quick fix. It simply helps tone and sculpts your body to achieve your ideal body weight by reducing those pesky fat pockets that do not respond to dieting and exercising.
If you are considering fat freezing, it is important to consult with a doctor or specialist to see if you are a good candidate for the procedure.
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Do Fat Cells Grow Back?
A question we often receive is whether fat cells return after a Fat Freeze treatment. This concern is understandable for those considering coolsculpting treatment as a long-term solution. However, you will be happy to hear that the answer is not definite — the fats do not grow back in most cases, as your body does not create new fatty tissue to replace those eliminated during the treatment.
The human body determines the total number of fatty tissue it has, once it reaches adulthood. This number is set, which means the body does not destroy or create more of these cells. Once cryolipolysis destroys existing fat cells in certain areas, new ones will not grow back, resulting in a long-term reduction of stubborn fat.
Although the results are not always permanent – there is always a little chance that body fat may come back if you do not maintain a healthy lifestyle, stay hydrated, maintain your healthy diet and exercise regularly.
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Frequently Asked Questions
After one session, fat freezing has been proven in clinical trials to effectively lower subcutaneous fats by 25%. Clients who want to reduce body fats while still seeing significant results in the shortest amount of time are attracted to the treatment's effectiveness. The fat freezing cost varies from place to place and whether it's worth it also depends on how much you pay.
You may still gain weight if you do not maintain your diet. Although our competitors might try to tell you that the results are permanent, we want you to know that this still depends on having the appropriate diet plan.
If you do one or two sessions but then eat 5000 calories, you're still going to experience weight gain. If you're doing the sessions and maintaining your ideal body weight, the results often last a long time.
Efficacy of fat frosting Clinical trials shows fat freezing reduces subcutaneous fat reduction in a single session. It is effective for clients seeking to reduce weight and wanting significant results in the shortest time.
CoolSculpting appears to be a fairly safe and effective reduction of fat cells, according to studies. In 2020, cryolipolysis with new and improved applicators was found to be safe and successful in reducing excess fat in various parts of the body.