The use of thermoelectric cooling to freeze fat, causing the cell death of subcutaneous fat tissue without damage to the overlying skin. The treatment lasts 28 minutes. It begins with 4 minutes of heat at 40 degrees Celsius, followed by 24 minutes of cold at -2 degrees Celsius, divided evenly across the treated areas. The destroyed cells pass through your body’s lymphatic system over the next 2 weeks. Follow up the procedure with exercise, proper hydration, and compression therapy to help expedite the results. Sessions can be scheduled in 2 week increments.
Diminishes the appearance of cellulite, fine lines, and wrinkles. Most commonly used for the legs and arms. The treatment lasts 20 minutes and applies only cold therapy at 2 degrees Celsius causing local metabolism and micro circulation to improve the treated area. The elimination of cellulite is a result of the boosted production of collagen, which also tones the area, improves skin elasticity, and reduces pore size. Sessions can be scheduled in 1-2 week increments.