Frequently asked questions
Since it is a non-invasive procedure, cool tech is relatively safe for targeted reduction of fat cells. While treating a client may experience different sensations like pulling, tugging, pinching, coldness, tingling, stinging, aching, cramping. These sensations reduce once the target area becomes numb.
As the treatment is completed, some clients may showcase side effects that subside in a few days.
- Skin sensitivity
Consult with your medical adviser, before undergoing the procedure. You should not undergo the procedure if you have conditions like cryoglobulinemia, cold agglutinin disease or paroxysmal cold haemoglobinuria or if you have loose skin.
Please understand that cool tech is not a treatment for obesity and serious consideration should be given before undergoing the treatment.
There is typically no need for recovery time after the procedure as it is a non-invasive procedure with manageable side effects. You can go back to your daily activities immediately after the procedure. However, as every person experiences and tolerates differently, getting back to the daily core will vary among individuals and depend upon the treatment area.
The duration of the procedure depends upon the areas to be treated during the session. Individual plans are created varying on the needs of the client. A single session of cool tech will last around 40 mins to 1 hour 30 mins. During this time 20-25% of fat cells are destroyed.
Cool tech is a non-invasive procedure to target extra fat bulges around different areas of the body through the principles of Cryolipolysis.
Complications are rare but may include nerve injury in the jaw, leading to uneven smile or facial muscle weakness. Also, trouble swallowing, bruising, hair loss, ulcers, and damage to cells at the injection site. Inform your doctor immediately.
The procedure has been proven to be effective to correct the submental fullness or double chin.
There is no set recovery time after the procedure as it is a minimally invasive procedure. However, clients may experience swelling, pain, bruises, redness and hardness, settling with time.
Yes, the procedure is performed under local anesthesia or a topical numbing agent is applied at the treatment site to minimize discomfort during the process.