Fat Freezing Machines Australia
Fat freezing is the latest trend in body sculpting and fat reduction. Fat freezing, also known as Cryolipolysis, is a non-invasive and non-surgical fat reduction technique where low temperatures are used locally to lessen the number of fat deposits in an area of the body. This technique is performed by cryolipolysis technicians using a fate freezing machine.
These fat freezing machines, or 360° Fat Freezing Machines, are the key to unlocking this easy, safe, and effective method of fat reduction. Read on to learn more about the fat freezing machines Australia is turning to for their fat reduction needs.
If you are looking for a fat freezing machine for sale, Kemp Distribution Services has what you need. We are the number one supplier of fat freezing machines Australia wide. For purchases of 360° Fat Freezing Machines, get in touch with us directly by calling on 1300 537 287, by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by using our online contact form.
Details About the Use and Function of Fat Freezing Machines
The Way Fat Freezing Machines are Used
The way of using a fat freezing machine is simple, easy and intuitive. A cryolipolysis technician will first apply a gel pad to the area that is to be treated, such as the abdomen or thighs. Using the hand-help part of the machine called the applicator handle, the technician will suction a portion of the treatment area into the opening of the applicator handle. The area being treated will remain suctioned inside of the applicator handle as the area is cooled to the temperature which fat freezes at. During this time, the patient might feel a pulling or tugging sensation, along with the feeling of intense cold, but these feelings should go away after about 5 to 10 minutes as the area becomes numb. After treatment of one area is completed, the technician will move on to treat another area targeted for fat reduction. This will continue throughout the treatment session until all target areas have been treated.
How Fat Freezing Machines Work
Fat freezing machines work on the principle that fat cells are easily damaged by cold temperatures compared with other cells in the body, such as skin and muscle cells. When fat cells are injured, a localised inflammatory response occurs resulting in the death of the fat cells. The dead fat cells will ultimately be expelled from the body through the natural action of the body’s immune system, which leads to a reduction of fat in the treated area.
Temperatures that are Safe for Other Cells
Fat has a much higher freezing point than other cells in the body. Fat freezes at temperatures starting at 4 degrees, which is around the temperature range that quality fat freezing machines utilise when treating an area of the body. At these temperatures no other cells in the body will be damaged.
Advantages of Using a Fat Freezing Machine
✓ Multiple areas of the body can be treated in one session.
✓ Cryolipolysis is a low-risk procedure with no risk of infection.
✓ This is a non-surgical and non-invasive form of fat reduction.
✓ The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis.
✓ The procedure will not damage nerves, muscles, blood vessels, or cause any lasting damage to the skin.
✓ The fat cells of the treated area become destroyed and are removed from the body permanently.
✓ People who receive the treatment experience increased confidence from the loss of fat.
Fat Freezing Machine For Sale
At Kemp Distribution Services, we offer the 360° Fat Freezing Cryolipolysis Machine for sale. This fat freezing machine is the state of the art in terms of safety, usability and effectiveness. It also has the unique feature of having applicator handles that rotate 360 degrees, which is 160 degree greater than typical applicator handles.
Contact Kemp Distribution Services for Sales and for More Information
As a beauty salon equipment supplier, Kemp Distribution Services is the leading supplier of fat freezing machines Australia wide. If you are interested in purchasing one of our 360° Fat Freezing Machines, please get in touch with us by calling on 1300 537 287, or emailing us at email@example.com. You can also contact us by filling out our online contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.