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Cryolipolysis Non-invasive Alternative To Liposuction

Cryolipolysis is gaining a lot of attention lately in the US, Europe, and now in Asia, and rightfully so. This is because of the fact that it is seen as an alternative to liposuction. What makes it more appealing to those who want stubborn fatty deposits removed from their body quickly is the fact that they don’t have to go under the knife to do so.

 

Cryolipolysis For Those Who Fear for Knife

It is not entirely surprising that a lot of people choose to go the “knifeless” route when it comes to aesthetics, what with all the horror stories you hear about invasive procedures going wrong. With the introduction of this method as an option for fat removal for those who want to become shapely without dieting, exercising and surgery, people are given the chance to get the figure they want without too much worry.

According to an article in the Bangkok Post dated October 27, 2011, this method is used for the removal of stubborn cellulite. This is an ideal solution to fatty deposits and unsightly cellulite that do not disappear no matter how much a person exercises or diets. Discovered by people from Harvard Medical School, this method of fat and cellulite removal is executed with the use of a cooling method that utilizes the natural responses of the human body.

Cryolipolysis In A Nutshell

What exactly is cryoliposis and what makes it so effective in getting rid of body fat and cellulite without the need for surgery? This procedure actually uses the natural dead-cell disposal responses of the body to make a person lose the unwanted fat without exercise, dieting or surgery.

What happens is, a precisely controlled cooling device is aimed at the areas that are to be rid of fat and cellulite, making these cells inflame and “die” due to the cold. These cold-damaged fat cells are then naturally removed by the body without the need for surgery, giving the person a better shape, having “killed” the fatty deposits that used to exist in these areas.

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