The ideal patient is a non-obese person with localized fat deposits resistant to diet and sports. Therefore, men and women who are in good health and who have reached the age of majority can undergo this treatment.

Cryolipolysis is not a method to lose weight and is not intended for patients with overweight or generalized obesity who will first have to make a diet or undergo another technique. Cryolipolysis is not indicated for patients suffering from cryoglobulinemia, cold urticaria, Raynaud’s disease, hernia, eczema or an injury in the area to be treated or for people who carry a marked steps. It is also not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.

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It is important that a qualified and certified medical professional carry out your cryolipolysis session. You can resort to an aesthetic doctor or a plastic and aesthetic surgeon.

The aesthetic centers, and in particular the beauticians, also have the ability to perform the cryolipolysis, but it must be borne in mind that the machine used will not be equivalent; Estheticians have devices that reach lower temperatures and, therefore, less effective, so more sessions will be necessary to obtain the same result.

Keep in mind that a bad use of the machine (poor regulation of temperature) can cause tissue necrosis so it is essential to have a good specialist.