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Chilling THE FAT

Non-surgical fat-reduction therapies are rapidly gaining popularity with cosmetic clinics offering a range of treatments from cryolipolysis to ultrasound. But with some treatments claiming to reduce fat by up to 25 percent it’s important to ask, do these therapies really work and what dangers, if any, are hiding behind these claims?

CRYOLIPOLYSIS

Freezing your fat away

Cryolipolysis, also known as fat-freezing, is a technique that uses controlled temperatures (-11o°C to 5o°C) to cause the death of localised fat cells. Freezing of the cells is done via an applicator or suction cup which, according to reports, is uncomfortable at the start but settles down within

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