Frequently asked questions
How does fat freezing work?
How many sessions does one need to see results?
Results are visible within four weeks. The recommended time between each treatment is 30 days. Some clients require only one treatment on a specified area, while others require more.
Is it safe and are there any complications?
Fat freezing, also known as cryolipolysis, is a noninvasive alternative to liposuction so the risks are very low. There is a slight risk of freezer burn as the skin is exposed to subzero temperatures but this is reduced by using the membrane. Slight scarring may also occur on the skin but it fades away in a day or two.
How much localised fat can one expect to lose from fat freezing and when will I start to notice results?
Won’t my skin sag after losing the fat?
No, the fat is removed over a period of time and therefore allows your body and skin to adjust itself. We recommend afterwards that you do a Fire and Ice treatment which combines fat freeze with radio frequency and cavitation. This will also help you to reach your fat loss goals faster and also tightens the skin.
Is fat freezing permanent?
Yes, the fat cells are permanently removed from the body. This is the perfect treatment to not only get rid of stubborn fat cells but also help kick-start a healthier lifestyle. Popular requested areas include belly fat, inner thighs, chin and lower back.
How much does a session of fat freezing cost?
Each targeted area requires two pods and each pod costs R2 000.