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It goes by many names, Cyrolipo, Cryo Fat Freezing, Cool Sculpting and Cryoskin and no matter what you call it it is virtually the same service.  Cryolipolysis is the scientific name for freezing fat cells and the process can safely be performed on those stubborn areas of fat the your exercise program simply can get rid of with exercise.  Cryo Lipo involves freezing fat by keeping the cells between +/_ 4 degrees Celsius.


With the Cool Sculpting process the fat is sucked into a chamber and frozen which can generally freeze larger amounts of fat cell and requiring less treatments.   Cool Sculpting requires only about 2-3 treatments per area, but at the cost of $1,000 per treatment it gets quite expensive.   The other processes like Cryoskin and Cool Restore which is offered at Club Recharge a series of 5-6 treatments accomplish the same process for less cost.   Freezing fat cells is not complicated and the procedure only takes about 30-45 minutes depending on the body part.

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Cryo Fat Freezing For Love Handles

Cryolipolysis Fat Freezing is an effective treatment for stubborn fat area

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Cryo Fat Freezing For Buttocks

Cryolipolysis is an effective treatment for firming and toning

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Cryo Lipo Fat Freezing For The Stomach

Cryolipolysis is an effective treatment for stomach tightening and toning.


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Club Recharge offers a Free consultation on each of our therapies to make sure they are right for you.

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 Cryolipolysis Sessions

The Cryolipolysis Lab offers  sessions for only $125 per treatment.


The Safety and Efficacy of Cryolipolysis: A Systematic Review of Available Literature

Cryolipolysis for noninvasive body contouring: clinical efficacy and patient satisfaction

Three-Dimensional Volumetric Quantification of Fat Loss Following Cryolipolysis

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(Club Recharge recommends 6 treatments be separated by 10 days.)

Skin laxity occurs over time as collagen and elastin fibers break down. The breakdown is exacerbated by environmental factors, such as ultraviolet radiation, pollution, and stress. The rate of collagen and elastin degradation accelerates with time, while the rate of new collagen and elastin formation slows. For facial and neck laxity, several treatment methods exist, such as surgical lifts, minimally-invasive filler injections, and nonsurgical devices employing radio frequency, laser, infrared, and ultrasound energy.  To treat skin laxity on the body, the same treatment methods are available, although they are not as commonly used.

Cryolipolysis Fat Freezing Cool Restore is a noninvasive method for selective fat reduction on the body. This nonsurgical procedure uses controlled cooling to reduce subcutaneous fat without inducing damage to surrounding tissues. Cleared by the Food and Drug Administration for fat reduction in 2010, cryolipolysis is an established procedure to safely and effectively reduce fat.

A retrospective study on cryolipolysis  freezing of fat cells discussed its clinical safety and efficacy, as well as its potential for business growth, in a plastic surgery practice.  As shown in the aforementioned article, significant fat reduction can be achieved non-surgically by cryolipolysis. Patients in flank and buttocks examples in the article also showed evidence of significant skin tightening. While cryolipolysis is well established as a nonsurgical method for fat reduction, it has not been documented as a skin-tightening procedure until now.

To illustrate the skin-tightening phenomenon often observed in cryolipolysis patients at this practice, 2 patients are presented. In addition to the expected reduction in fat layer thickness, the patients were observed to attain visible skin tightening in the treatment areas. Cryolipolysis treatments were delivered to targeted areas for fat reduction per standard treatment cycles for 60 minutes’ duration. A vacuum applicator pulled the targeted tissue into an applicator cup with parallel, temperature-controlled cooling plates.

In addition to the anticipated fat reduction following treatment, skin tightening in the cryolipolysis treatment area was observed. As shown in the female abdomen treatment in Figure 1, cryolipolysis produced significant volume reduction and skin tightening after 4 months. For the female abdomen and flanks patient in Figure 2, the large fat volume loss did not result in skin laxity; instead, 4 months after treatment, the tightened skin adhered well to her new body contours. Pronounced skin folds evident in pre-treatment photos were no longer visible post-treatment.


While only 2 sample patients are shown in this article, the improvement in skin appearance following cryolipolysis has been anecdotally reported in many patients, estimated to be 75% . Cryoliposis has been delivered more than 8000 treatment cycles to date, and skin laxity has never been noted to increase following treatment, even after significant fat volume reduction; we estimate that a quarter of our cryolipolysis patients show visible improvement.


These are subjective observations from our patients and clinicians, but we wanted to publish these observations to raise awareness of an unexpected effect of cryolipolysis that merits discussion and further exploration. The resultant skin tightening has been observed in patients with skin laxity, regardless of age, and does not appear to be treatment site specific. At this point, it is unknown how predictable the skin-tightening results are and how other factors—such as patient age, skin condition, number of cryolipolysis cycles, and duration after treatment—may affect the resultant skin tightening. A follow-up study is planned that will objectively quantify both fat reduction and skin tightening following cryolipolysis in a larger patient population.

While treatments for facial and neck skin laxity are popular aesthetic procedures, the options for treatment of skin laxity on the body are limited. Most patients do not wish to undergo surgery to tighten thin, crepey, sagging skin in areas such as arms, abdomens, flanks, thighs, and buttocks. While dermal fillers can successfully replace lost volume in the face and produce a more youthful appearance, injectable fillers are not feasible for treatment of extensive skin laxity on the body. The most common treatment methods to tighten skin on the body induce tissue heating via radio frequency, laser, infrared, or ultrasound energy. As shown in this case report, cryolipolysis may be a viable nonsurgical procedure for skin tightening. In addition to fat layer reduction, cryolipolysis can noticeably reduce skin laxity.

The mechanism by which cryolipolysis induces skin tightening is not known. The improved appearance in the skin may not actually be skin tightening but perhaps dermal thickening, resulting in an improved appearance to thin, crepey skin. The change in skin firmness may be the result of stimulated collagen production, new elastin formation, fibrosis, or tissue compaction. Histology analysis from previous studies has shown that the epidermis, dermis, and underlying muscle tissue were not affected in the cryolipolysis treatment sites. In addition, histologic analysis demonstrated that with the selective removal of adipocytes, the thickness of interlobular septa increased at 90 days post treatment.7 Additional histology analysis from clinical studies is needed to further investigate the changes to the skin and fat layers following cryolipolysis.

(Club Recharge recommends 6 treatments be separated by 14 days.)

the CRYOLIPO process

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Cryolipolysis Fat Freezing for subcutaneous fat layer reduction

Cryolipolysis is a unique non-invasive method for the selective reduction of fat cells with controlled, localized cooling. It is important, therefore, to understand the potential efficacy and safety of this new procedure for fat layer reduction.

Cryolipolysis Fat Freezing for Reduction of Excess Adipose Tissue

Controlled cold exposure has long been reported to be a cause of panniculitis in cases such as popsicle panniculitis. Cryolipolysis is a new technology that uses cold exposure, or energy extraction, to result in localized panniculitis and modulation of fat.

Safety, Tolerance, and Patient Satisfaction With Noninvasive Cryolipolysis Fat Freezing

Comprehensive assessment of safety, tolerance, and patient satisfaction has not been established from noninvasive body contouring techniques, such as low-level laser therapy, ultrasound, radiofrequency, and infrared light, for reduction of subcutaneous fat.

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