Do you ever feel that there are stubborn regions in your body with fat accumulated in large portions? Are they easy to burn with regular exercises or diet?
Most of us feel depressed knowing the fact that burning such stubborn fat from your body is not easy. Getting rid of them by just going through a stringent diet or a strict exercise routine doesn’t quickly work. Many times we end up creating self-diet and exercise the way we know, but it tends to hamper our body rather than help.
To keep away from all these troubles and yet burn fat quickly, you may go for non-surgical options like body contouring. These methods are not only minimally invasive but also help you destroy extra fat cells from your body. You don’t even need to go through any surgical procedures.
What do you understand by body contouring?
In simple words, body contouring can be defined as the non-surgical, negligibly invasive or a non-invasive way of reducing excess fat from your body. There are different kinds of procedures that are followed as a part of body contouring, namely:
- Controlled cooling or cryolipolysis (targeted lysis or destruction of lipids and fats by cooling or freezing temperatures).
- Laser lipolysis that involves the concept of using laser and heating energy to destroy targeted fat cells.
- Radiofrequency lipolysis involves the controlled usage of ultrasound technology along with heating to burn fats and lipids.
- Injection lipolysis deals with the usage of deoxycholic acid to mark and destroy fat cells.
Risk factors associated with body contouring
Since body contouring is an almost non-invasive and non-clinical procedure, thus there is no issue with resuming your mundane activities after the treatment. Although there may be some temporary side effects associated, post the process, including redness, pain or swelling on specific body parts. The intensity of these side effects can again differ from person to person. It depends on your genetic condition, physical constitution, and other essential factors.
Also known as ‘coolsculpting,’ this FDA approved procedure involves the use of freezing temperatures to burn stubborn fat cells from the body. The word “Cryolipolysis” can be broken down into “cryo” meaning cold, “lipo” meaning lipids and “lysis” meaning “destroy.”
This is also a fat reduction procedure that is non-invasive and aims at destroying fat cells by frigid temperatures. This ultimately removes them from your body by taking help of the lymphatic system. Once the fat cells are flushed, they do not reappear on your body.
What are the target regions for cryolipolysis?
- Beneath the buttocks
- Breast and back fat
- Double chin
What is the treatment time for cryolipolysis?
- May take up to 30 minutes to one hour depending on the size and location of the treatment area, with minimum or no downtime.
- To generate satisfactory results, multiple treatments are carried out.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved such kind of body contouring method in the year 2015. It is also a non-invasive procedure that uses laser beam technology that targets and destroys fat cells. By heating the area of treatment, the laser compels the fat cells to die. The lymphatic system of your body flushes out the dead cells within three months from surgery.
What are the target regions for laser lipolysis?
What is the treatment time for laser lipolysis?
- The treatment will need around 25 minutes with a minimum or no downtime mentioned by the professional at DermaniMedspa clinic.
- Several times of treatment required for better results
Also known as ‘ultrashaping,’ this method majorly focusses on the use of ultrasound wavelengths to generate energy for destroying unwanted fats and lipids from your body. This method is also approved by the FDA and is a safe technology used for body contouring in recent times.
Ultrasound wavelengths pose minimal to no harm on your skin in comparison to other body contouring techniques, which makes it the most preferred one. It does not cause you any discomfort during the treatment as the technology is quite mild on your skin while removing fat cells from targeted regions.
What are the target regions for radio frequency lipolysis?
What is the treatment time for radio frequency lipolysis?
- You need multiple treatments for getting satisfactory results
- Approximate time of therapy does not extend more than an hour
The FDA approved this form of body contouring in 2015 and certified it as a non-surgical and safe method. It is majorly done in cases where you want to get rid of fat from under the chin regions, also known as the sub-mental part.
This body contouring method uses a chemical substance which is a synthetically made deoxycholic acid compound. Deoxycholic acid is naturally synthesized in your body. It takes out excess fat and frees your body from toxins. When the levels of naturally produced deoxycholic acid go down, it needs to be artificially supplied to your body for similar functions. That is why synthetically produced deoxycholic acid is injected into your body to destroy or absorb stubborn fats and lipids. The body’s natural metabolizing mechanism gets rid of the dead fat cells quickly by flushing them out through the lymphatic channel.
What are the target regions for injection lipolysis?
The only targeted part for conducting injection lipolysis is the chin region, especially the part under the chin. Generally, the treatment time for injection lipolysis is approximately half an hour. Sometimes you may encounter problems like bruising and swelling of your skin during the session. However, the recovery time taken for such instances is negligible in the majority of the cases.
- You can resume your mundane activities after the treatment.
- For satisfactory outcomes, multiple surgeries are needed.
Body contouring, when combined with regular exercise and diets, can help you lead a healthy lifestyle.