Fat Freezing technology is based on the principle that fat cells are more vulnerable to cooling than surrounding tissues. An applicator is attached to the target area to treat the underlying fat tissue, while protecting the skin, nerves, muscles and other tissue. The affected fat cells are gradually eliminated, reducing the thickness of the fat layer.

The Fat Freezing system includes a selection of
non-invasive, tissue-cooling applicators controlled by a precisely engineered monitoring system. The specially designed vacuum applicator draws tissue into the applicator cup and gently holds it between two cooling panels. The technology brings the temperature of the fat cells
to just above freezing. Sensors embedded in the applicator monitor the skin to ensure a consistent and uniform procedure.

As a result, the fat cells slowly collapse (die). The body then proceeds to absorb
the damaged cells and naturally eliminates them through normal metabolic
process. This usually occurs over the course of 2—3 months.