Cryolipolysis for men
What Is Cryolipolysis what should i expect?
Cryolipolysis destroys fat cells through a process called cryolipolysis; freezing the fat cells, causing them to die. A single treatment destroys an average of 20% of the fat cells in the area. Cryolipolysis can be used on the flanks (love handles), abdomen, male breast area, thighs, and arms.
The treatment involves placing an applicator with vacuum suction onto the desired area. The applicator forms a snug seal around the tissue being treated. The cold temperature is noticeable for a few minutes, but not uncomfortable.
Each treatment cycle takes 30 to 45 min. The treated area is massaged briefly as it rapidly thaws. With a stacking technique, the applicator is strategically replaced over the same area and another cycle takes place. The area is massaged following the second cycle, as well. Patients are free to leave the office immediately following treatment. The area may feel slightly numb. This sensation will be noticeable for up to several weeks but has not been reported as bothersome from most patients.
Treatment does not require downtime but may cause minor side effects like temporary redness, bruising, tingling, or numbness.
BENEFITS OF CRYOLIPOLYSIS:
It’s FDA and scientist-cleared.
It comes with no downtime.
It’s targeted to specific areas.
It keeps working after you leave the office.
TATTOO REMOVAL FOR MEN
What is PICO TATTOO REMOVAL? & HOW DOES IT WORK?
Pico is the NEW GOLD standard technology proven to remove tattoos faster and better compared to “Q-Switch” which is an older technology available in the market! Pico is the faster tattoo removal in the industry, clinically proven.
The ink used in tattoos is made from minerals. To understand how tattoo removal works think of the ink as tiny rocks. Pico is the NEW GOLD standard technology proved to remove tattoos faster and better compared to “Q-Switch” which is an older technology available in the market! Traditional lasers used for tattoo removal are called Q-Switches. These nanosecond lasers predominantly rely on photothermal action and deliver heat into the pigment and surrounding tissue. With multiple treatments, the “rocks” are broken down into smaller and smaller “pebbles.” Many treatments are required to slowly clear the ink and total clearance is rarely possible.
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