What Is Fat Freezing And How Does It Work? – Sawtry Beauty Clinic
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What Is Fat Freezing And How Does It Work?

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What Is Fat Freezing And How Does It Work?

Fat Freezing in Sawtry is a non-invasive fat-reduction treatment allowing you contour your body by having unwanted fat frozen. We perform hundreds of fat freezing treatments in Peterborough every year and it continues to be an extremely popular fat-reduction treatment with many successes and positive results.
How Does Fat Freezing Work?
Our fat freezing procedure delivers precisely controlled cooling to target fat cells under your skin, in areas that you choose. These fat cells that are treated will crystallise (freeze) and be destroyed. Over time your body will naturally process the fat and eliminate these dead fat cells which will result in a more sculpted you.
What’s So Great About Fat Freezing?
It’s a controlled treatment, effective, non-surgical and no anaesthetic is needed.
What Is The Fat Freezing Procedure?
Many of us have stubborn fat that we just can’t shift, no matter how much we eat healthily, diet or exercise. Fat freezing will use controlled cooling to target this stubborn fat and destroy the fat cells.
In the weeks that follow your fat freezing treatment, your body will naturally process the fat and eliminate any dead cells. All treated fat cells are dead and gone for good.
Weight Loss Vs Fat Freezing
When you diet and lose the weight your fat cells will get smaller but the number of fat cells will stay the same. Losing weight will not make the fat cells go away, they will still be there – it’s just the size of them that changes.
When you have a fat freezing treatment you can reduce the number of fat cells in multiple treatment areas by up to 27% after 5 months. These fat cells are naturally processed and eliminated. They will not move to a different area of your body, but instead, they will leave your body naturally.

If you’d like to know more about fat freezing treatments in Peterborough, or book in for a free consultation please contact us directly.

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