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Fat Freezing Sheffield

The non-surgical alternative to liposuction, our Fat Freezing treatment in Sheffield, will leave you with fantastic results minus the pain and recovery time.

The affordable treatment employs modern clinical technology in lieu of surgery and gives users potentially long-term results.

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Cryolipolysis 360 Prices

25 Off
Number of Applicators 1 session
(40-60% reduction)
2 sessions
(60-80% reduction)
3 sessions
(80% + reduction)
1 98 176 234
2 167 294 381
4 285 510 675
8 408 736 984
*Our London locations are subject to a £50 surcharge.

Cryolipolysis Standard Prices

25 Off
Number of Applicators 1 session
(20-40% reduction)
2 sessions
(40-60% reduction)
3 sessions
(60-80% + reduction)
1 78 146 204
2 127 234 321
4 205 380 525
8 308 576 804
*Our London locations are subject to a £50 surcharge.

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VIVO Clinic Sheffield
Courtwood House
Silver Street Head
S1 2DD

The intended effect of the fat freezing treatment is the removal of stubborn excess fat that is difficult to purge with diet and exercise alone.

In that, cryolipolysis is exceptionally effective.

Moreover, the results are potentially long-term with proper care.

Research indicates a high rate of success with cryolipolysis.

Fat Freezing done a Young Woman

Every in-clinic session of cryolipolysis is capable of reducing an average of 22% – 45% of fat cells from the body area being treated.

However, please note we are unable to guarantee any specific results.

Every individual responds differently to fat freezing, and the results vary.

Weight loss is not one of the benefits of cryolipolysis.

Although a significant quantity of fat cells is removed through this treatment, it is still not enough to lower the overall weight of a person.

The fat cells removed from the treated regions of the body will not be restored.

The human body has a fixed number of fat cells. Thus, the fat cells targeted by cryolipolysis are permanently removed.

Nevertheless, if you are not conscious about your caloric intake, the remaining fat cells in your body can grow in size to compensate when storing all the extra calories.

After an in-clinic cryolipolysis session, it is natural for patients to experience a little swelling and some redness in the areas of the body that underwent treatment.

Both the swelling and redness tend to be quite mild.

Moreover, they disappear very quickly, staying only for a few days.

While the stomach is the most popular region of the body for cryolipolysis, other parts of the body can be treated with equal efficacy.

You can book fat freezing appointments at our Sheffield clinic for these body parts:

  • Chin
  • Arms
  • Chest
  • Thighs
  • Buttocks
  • Upper and lower back

Due to no surgical techniques involved in the procedure, there is nothing to recover from.

Besides the treatment’s results, one of the chief benefits associated with non-surgical treatments like cryolipolysis is the lack of downtime.

You can literally step back into your day’s activities as soon as you leave our Sheffield clinic after a cryolipolysis session.

Our clinician at the Sheffield clinic will be able to inform you about the exact number of sessions you may need following a consultation.

However, in most cases, our clients are easily able to achieve a fat-free, toned look after only 1 – 2 fat freezing sessions.

It is essential to keep in mind that though, on average, people can lose 22% to 45% fat from the targeted areas, we cannot guarantee any specific results.

As mentioned in a previous entry, cryolipolysis is meant to remove fat cells from fatty pouches in certain parts of the body that are otherwise difficult to eliminate with diet and workout alone.

Cryolipolysis cannot be used to treat obesity or to accomplish weight loss goals.

Although cryolipolysis will safely and efficiently remove stubborn fatty patches from your body, it cannot remedy your cellulite issues.

For that, we have a similarly non-surgical and non-invasive Anti-Cellulite Treatment.

Similar to fat freezing, the anti-cellulite treatment at our Sheffield clinic will allow you to resume your planned activities for the day immediately after an in-clinic session.

Just as cryolipolysis cannot be used to treat obesity and cellulite, it cannot be used to treat loose skin either.

If you want the skin of your tummy tightened, you can opt to undergo our Radio Frequency Tummy Tightening, also available at our Sheffield clinic.

And if you want your facial skin tightened, you should look into our HIFU Facelift, also available from Sheffield clinic.

A vacuum applicator is used to perform cryolipolysis.

When the applicator is placed over the fatty area of the body that is to be treated, it gets pulled into the hollow cavity of the device.

Then the temperature inside the applicator’s cavity gradually drops to -7°C.

A gel pad is placed on the area of treatment beforehand to protect the skin from direct contact with the sub-zero temperature.

The freezing cold actively crystallises fat cells throughout the duration of the in-clinic session.

In the first 5 to 10 minutes, it is typical to experience some mild discomfort due to the cold and vacuum mechanism.

But this feeling quickly recedes as it turns into numbness.

The rest of the cryolipolysis session carries on in relative comfort.

While our clinicians are performing the procedure, the clients are free to use the iPads available in the clinic to enjoy a movie or some music.

Fat freezing was approved by the US Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) in 2010 to be used in non-surgical fat removal cosmetic procedures.

The technique was developed after Harvard scientists encountered a phenomenon called ‘cold-induced fat necrosis.’

It was observed in children as they were eating popsicles.

Where the popsicles rested on the cheeks for prolonged periods, dimples formed.

After the inspection of tissue samples taken from paediatric patients, the scientists found that dimples were a result of fat cells being killed by the cold temperature.

Regardless of the dead fat cells, none of the other tissues or outer skin was harmed.



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