Cryoskin Body Shaping in NYC
This cryotherapy treatment is designed specifically to targets the abs, upper thighs and buttocks. Cryoskin body shaping in NYC is a safe and effective solution to reach your bikini body goals. Body scultping cryotherapy for the stomach, flanks, upper thighs, and buttocks is a noninvasive treatment that decreases the subcutaneous deposits of fat known as cellulite. This is accomplished by stimulating your body’s lymphatic system and natural production of collagen.
Advanced Technology, Immediate Results
Cryoskin is a revolutionary technology that delivers immediate and long-lasting results. This 30 minute, high-tech, and pleasant treatment will slim, contour, sculpt and firm your body. See up to 2 inch reduction per session instantly! Popular areas for treatment include the abdomen, booty, thighs, flanks, arms and under the chin.
About the Treatment
During your session, the treated area is warmed to first loosen the fat and then rapidly cooled. The cryo-cooled air reaches subzero temperatures to activate a crystallization of fluids that hold fat cells together. Crystallizing these fluids will then destroy the fat cells and bonds keeping cellulite deposits together. At the same time, the freezing temperature makes your body’s heat regulation go into shock, thus setting it in rapid motion. Penetrating deep within the skin’s tissue, the subzero temperatures send signals to your body that it need to preserve its warmth. As it works to regulate your inner body temperature, the destroyed fat cells are eliminated naturally by the lymphatic system. While you will see an immediate fat loss following the treatment, 5 – 10 sessions are generally recommended for the best results.
- Drastically reduces fat and cellulite
- Prevents the development of new cellulite
- Removes trapped fluids in the buttocks, thighs, stomach, and flanks.
- Tightens and firms loose skin especially after weight loss
- Reveals a more toned and sculpted appearance
- Shortens recovery after liposuction
- Boosts blood circulation and collagen production