Is treatment safe?
Not only must be evaluated the fold in the adipometer (an instrument by which the fat fold is measured in millimeters), but also, it is necessary to observe the manual fold, which evaluates the availability of skin for expansion of the fat located in the region to be treated, since without the elasticity of skin it is not possible that the suction generated by the apparatus happens safely and guarantees results.
The observation of the repetition interval of the technique in the same area is also relevant, with a minimum time of 90 days, provided a reevaluation is carried out to observe the need.
Care after cryolipolysis
In general, after the application of cryolipolysis to some body region, the treated tissue is presented rigid and tall, forming a kind of popsicle, which is defect immediately after the machine is removed through a local massage that can last for a few minutes; it is pointed out that the treated individual will leave the area with the normalized region and the broken popsicle.
It is important not to expose the area to the sun or heat (including heated swimming pools and hot water jets) and to avoid intense physical activity in the first 48 hours (because of local discomfort that can be observed, often independent of physical activity).
Cases of swelling
After application, lasting for days or weeks, the area may show signs of an inflammatory process, thus occurring heat, pain, redness, edema. There may also be changes in sensitivity at the treated site and purplish marks. These signs may occur and be part of the process.
The duration of edema generated by cryolipolysis varies greatly from one individual to another, may last for days or weeks, and is part of the process. The evaluation or follow-up of the area after the procedure, with the return of the individual to the professional who performed it, is of paramount importance for the observation of the region and so that it is possible to observe the need for new behaviors in the long term and follow the Although this edema (swelling) is part of the inflammatory process generated, it can be ameliorated through manual lymphatic drainage. As the lymphatic system helps in eliminating cell metabolism residues from exposure to cryolipolysis treatment, the use of manual lymphatic drainage may help in the potentiation of good system functioning and, in this case, in the drainage of the edema presented.
Who should not take the treatment
Individuals with smaller folds than those listed above, sensitivity changes, who have had surgery recently, uncontrolled diabetes, cold intolerant, with febrile conditions, insufficiencies in any body system, with local skin lesions, systemic skin diseases (eg lupus), bleeding disorders, local varicose veins, phlebitis and thrombophlebitis, marked sagging, umbilical hernia, and / or muscular diastasis greater than 1 cm (if abdomen) with Raynaud's disease or pregnant women should not be exposed to the treatment.
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