Matters needing attention
The course of frozen lipolysis is completely non-invasive and has no wound. It is relatively safe and requires no special postoperative rehabilitation. However, the following matters should be paid attention to before and after the operation to ensure safety and effectiveness.
Controlling the temperature of the frozen fat dissolving instrument
Adipose cells have a lower tolerance to low temperature than skin. 5℃ is enough to make adipocytes necrotic, but it will not do much damage to the skin. However, if the temperature is lower than 4 C, skin damage will occur. Therefore, the temperature of the frozen fat dissolving instrument must be well controlled and cannot be too low.
Not suitable for patients with liver dysfunction
At present, other possible risks of the frozen weight-loss method are uncertain, but some plastic surgeons point out that a large number of necrotic adipocytes naturally metabolized by the human body are a serious burden on the liver, and people with liver problems had better not try this method.
Women Avoid Special Physiological Periods
Frozen dissolve fat to lose weight is not suitable for women during menstruation, pregnancy, and lactation, especially for abdominal frozen fat dissolving, which is easy to aggravate cold womb, affect menstrual blood circulation, lead to dysmenorrhea or affect fetal health.