A cryolipolysis machine is a machine that helps medical professionals freeze fat.
The idea is that the Triglyceride in fats will be converted into solids when exposed to low temperatures.
Generally, the cool sculpting machines have two handles that allow an individual, with the help of a technician, to tackle muffin tops, love handles, excess fat on the arms, the back, the waist, the buttocks, and the thighs.
What does cool sculpting feel like?
Typically, a cool sculpting session will last between 30 and 60 minutes. And while the patient undergoing cool sculpting does feel a sense of coolness, it’s a gentle, relaxing feeling. It’s certainly not a shock to the system. It’s not like an ice bath or anything of the sort.
There are no needles or other paraphernalia involved, and once you go through cool sculpting sessions, there is nothing that will keep you from enjoying your normal return.
So how long does it take to show results with cool sculpting?
Typically, it takes a minimum of 30 days and more like three months to experience the maximum efficiency with cool sculpting. As a consumer, don’t go to a technician and expect a 60-minute session to come out with, and look like you have been at a fat farm for three months. Cool sculpting doesn’t work that way.
Instead, cool sculpting freezes the fat cells underneath the skin until they are dead, and then over time, the body will excrete these dead fat cells.
Typically you will want to wait at least 30 days or more between cool sculpting sessions for the same area because if you repeat a session too quickly, you will just be freezing already dead fat cells rather than freezing new fat cells.
Your aesthetics staff with work with you to devise a sculpting plan that works with cool sculpting.
Is cool sculpting permanent?
Yes, the results are permanent, but keep in mind that cool sculpting is not a weight loss plan. A man or woman that needs to lose that last 5 to 10 pounds of stubborn fat is an ideal candidate for cool sculpting, but someone that is still 25-50 pounds overweight or not. Cool sculpting is a useful “finishing” technology, but it is not the same thing as plastic surgery and should not be contemplated in that way.
Back to permanency, also keep in mind that while cool sculpting can kill up to 25 percent of the fat cells beneath the skin, that it is essential to keep your body in good physical shape afterward, which means both exercising and watching what you eat. Otherwise, no fat cells will creep in and replace the ones you eliminated with cool sculpting.
How much does it typically cost for cool sculpting?
It depends on the body part being targeted, but a typical cool sculpting session will cost around $1500 or more.
And by the way, 100 percent of the costs of this will be borne by you as cool sculpting is strictly considered an optional, cosmetic procedure.
So who does cool sculpting?
While there may be rare exceptions or doctor supervised aesthetic clinics, Cryolipolysis Machines are only available to physicians, either dermatologists or plastic surgeons.
While some countries like Thailand may allow beauty aestheticians to operate without a licensed doctor on hand, in the U.S. and Europe, the machines are strictly regulated.
And how much is a Cryolipolysis Machine For Sale? Typically, a high-quality medical-grade Cryolipolysis Machine For Sale will cost around $5,000 to $8,000.
And some of the better cryolipolysis machine for sale may even run up to $10,000 or more, it depends upon all the features available.
We have found some of the better Cryolipolysis Machine For Sale at an Australian Medical Supply house called Aestheticbureau.
And we know what you are thinking? What a sweet deal for the doctor. Invest say $6,000 in a machine and then charge $1500 a pop for their use.
However, keep in mind that the physician in charge of the clinic is entirely responsible for the machine’s use, and even if he or she has technicians running the machine, a lot of time must be spent in training the technicians to use the machines responsibly.
Are there people who should not have a cool sculpting technique done?
Absolutely, Not only is cool sculpting not recommended for the obese but women who are pregnant, and both men and women who experience symptoms of certain types of diseases should not undergo the procedure.
So cool sculpting, while a great technology and an excellent alternative to certain types of plastic surgery, is an actual medical procedure that should only be undertaken from the hands of a competent physician and his or her staff.