Consultations $49 redeemable on package at the time of consult - (packages must be used on the same treatment area)
Single hand piece per session $150 Pre-pay 3 $400
Dual hand piece per session $250 Pre-pay 3 $700
Criolypolysis targets the most common problem areas of unwanted, stubborn pockets of fat that can be difficult to treat with diet and exercise alone. By using interchangeable vacuum applicators tailored to suit the treatment area, our services non-invasively trims, tones and contours the:
Criocuum is a scientifically-advanced system that utilises the latest fat-freezing technology to isolate and chill localised fat in the underarms, abdomen, back, thighs and buttocks. The system uses cryoliporeduction principles to non-invasively and painlessly remove up to 45 percent of subcutaneous fat while enhancing skin elasticity for a proper skin trimming, toning and contouring.
Criocuum treatments were developed to achieve superior non-invasive fat reduction without the limitations of down time.
The treatments use an adjustable vacuum applicator to selectively suction fatty tissue and freeze it between -10 and 5 degrees Celsius. Clients can expect to feel an intense cold on first application but that wears out quickly. Cell apoptosis (destruction of fat cells) occurs after the lipids of the fat cells crystallise and are removed by the body’s natural lymphatic filtration system, reducing fat tissue by 3 to 15 mm. The cold environment also causes a 74 percent increase in skin elasticity in the targeted area, fine-tuning the fat-reduction process for an elite sculpted look.
Criocuum treatments take about 45-60 minutes and results can be seen 15 days afterwards. Full results are noticeable 8-12 weeks later. One to three sessions may be required, depending on the level of localised fat, to achieve best results.
CONTRAINDICATIONS (not suitable for people with any of the below)
BMI over 29
Urticaria or hyper sensitivity to the cold
Pregnancy or breastfeeding
Acute infectious processes
Hernia in the zone to be treated
Active skin lesions, dermatitis, or open wounds in the zone to be treated