Beautybyrah reviews: Estheclinic EstheCryo Fat Freezing Treatment Review
I’ve always been pretty apprehensive when it comes to trying out body treatments. Part of me insists that the journey of working out and a healthy diet should never be replaced but another part of me is just plain lazy (and could not resist fried chicken). Thus, I caved and decided to try out a session of the EstheCryo from Estheclinic. What a perfect time to try this out considering we just past Christmas and New Year. And yes, Chinese New Year is also on the way. What a steep uphill slope to a slim figure, I say.
EstheCryo is a non surgical fat freezing treatment that utilises Cryolipolysis which helps to freeze away stubborn fat deposits and provide an improved silhouette without any pain. This focuses on inch-loss, rather than wight loss. Fat freezing basically works by freezing (and thus “killing”) the fat cells that form the fatty tissue underneath the skin. With the application of sub-zero temperatures to the targeted area, the damaged fat cells gradually die and they are eventually metabolised by the body’s lymphatic drainage system. If you’re wondering what the lymphatic drainage system is, this article by Britannica explains it pretty succinctly imo.
Before the entire treatment of about an hour begins, there is a short consultation with the consultant to discuss the treatment area, procedure, my expectations and to identify any possible allergies that could arise. The areas most suited for this treatment would be the abdomen, hips, back, inner thighs, buttocks and the lower back area, as these tend to contain localised and excess fat deposits. After, we headed straight to the treatment room.
As mentioned in my previous post on Estheclinic, they utilise special machines that are developed exclusively for them by BVA Technology which is their parent company. Thus, this cryolipolysis machine is unique to Estheclinic itself. Before using the machine, the specialist applied a mask sheet to my belly to help prevent any pain or frost bite as the machine does reach subzero temperatures and it can’t be placed on the bare skin.
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