The non-invasive treatment method Cool Freeze (Cryolipolysis), is a specially developed method from the USA,
which works with exposure to cold. As early as the 1970s, scientists at the renowned Harvard University discovered
that fat cells are more sensitive to the cold than the rest of the tissue and can die if they are specifically hypothermic.
This scientific finding is used in the patented high-tech procedure for reducing fatty tissue.
With targeted exposure to cold, the fat cells are selectively frozen and destroyed. A specially developed device cools the fat tissue
down to -4ºC without damaging the surrounding tissue. The fat in the cells crystallises out and the cell membranes
are subsequently permanently damaged.
The damaged cells send out messenger substances to the organism and the body begins,
to gradually break down the destroyed fat cells. The lymphatic system transports the cells to the liver by means of natural metabolic processes,
where they are processed and reduced if necessary.