Cryolipolysis in Turkey price & reviews

What is Cryolipolysis?

With this method, the scalpel and the anesthesia are useless: it is the freezing that dislodges the bulges! Cryolipolysis in Turkey and Istanbul is a non-invasive technique that is used to eliminate localized fat clusters. A real revolution in the cosmetic surgery, this technique may well, in the long run, dethrone the famous liposuction. We will tell you more about this slimming process.

Get Slimmer through this Technique: How does it work?

The cryolipolysis process in Turkey reproduces the effect of cold on localized curves and initiates apoptosis, the natural death of adipocytes (fat cells). During the three months following a session, a maximum of 25% of the dead fat cells are eliminated by the lymphatic system, while the others condense, reducing the fat layer thickness.

It is thanks to the Coolsculpting Zeltiq, which is currently the only reference system for cryolipolysis, that the magic works.

It is placed on the market in 2008 and approved two years later by the FDA (food and drug administration). This machine is equipped with applicators-suction cups adapted to the different areas of the body to be treated. Each of them is equipped with measuring instruments capable of evaluating an ideal temperature (which can go down to - 11°C) depending on tissue thickness and body temperature to destroy fat cells without risk of burns.

Which Areas to target with Cryolipolysis in Turkey and Istanbul?

The areas that are targeted by cryolipolysis are:

  • The belly
  • Buttocks.
  • Thighs: inner/outer side.
  • Arms: internal and external side.
  • Knees.
  • The back.
  • Double chin.

How is a Coolsculpting Session going?

Initially, the dermatologist or aesthetic doctor examines the area to be treated and judges whether the fat can be eliminated or not by the applicator. During the second appointment, the Coolsculpting is employed. The specialist applies the applicator to the selected area for suction and cooling for 35 minutes.

Once the applicator is removed, the skin will become totally frozen and strangely resembling an ice cube. That is why, it is mandatory to apply a massage in order to warm it and to relax the tissues.

What happens after the session?

After the session, one can notice a slight feeling of discomfort and aches that can last a few days. Temporary edema and redness are also likely to occur.

However, nothing can prevent you from returning to work or participating in sports activities within hours and days following the intervention. It is quite possible to repeat one or more sessions in the same area if the expected result is not accomplished after the first session.

Are there any Side Effects?

Almost none, and that is the secret behind the success of the technique! The discomfort is limited to redness after the session, possibly swelling for a few days, and decreased sensitivity in the treated area for one or two weeks.

How much does Coolsculpting Cost in Turkey and Istanbul?

Prices differ based on the geographical area, the surgeon’s competence, and the size of the applicator employed. It is also reasonable to consider the number of treatments required. Areas with more fat may require additional treatments.

You should consider Turquie santé as the perfect option for your cryolipolysis treatment as it offers the cheapest prices.

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