The Treatment

Lipo Freeze, known by professionals as Cryolipolysis (Cryoelectropheresis) is the process of freezing the fat cells to -6 degrees. The fat cells in the subcutaneous layer of the skin cannot withstand this temperature and the fat cells & start to shrink. The body will then start to break the 'dead' fat cells down and dispose of them naturally through the body’s lymphatic system.

The process takes around 1 hour and maximum results can take mere weeks to come through. Lipo Freeze followed up by a course of our Cavitation Lipo treatments tends to have the best effect on the areas of concern.


Tom has had 1 treatment of Lipo Freeze to reduce the areas of fat around his abdomen. Tom has lost 6 inches from his waistline and is now using our Skin Tightening treatments to help tone and smooth the area of concern.

Tom - Lost 6 Inches,

Diane has had 1 treatment of Lipo Freeze to reduce the areas of fat around her abdomen and inner thighs. Diane has lost 4.5 inches in two weeks after the treatment and is now embarking on a course of Cavitation Lipo to continually help in her journey for a slimmer body.

Diane - Lost 4.5 Inches,

Treatment Areas

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The underarm area is renowned for developing ‘bingo wings’. We have a range of non-invasive technologies that can help diminish bingo wings.

Thighs & Inner Thighs

The thigh area is sometimes most susceptible to fat-pockets and cellulite. Lipo Freeze can help remove said fat build ups.

Stomach & Abdomen

Everyone is striving to get rid of those stubborn pockets of fat on the abdoman, to achieve their personal body goals.

Flanks & Love Handles

We have a range of non-invasive electrical treatments to help smooth, tighten and tone the body's love handles.


Lipo Freeze - similar to Cryolipolysis - wouldn't generally form part of a course of treatments, as we'd only recommend the treatment occurs once every 6 months on a single area of the body. However, a single treatment treatment can last for up to 45 minutes for maximum effect.

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  • 2 Areas


  • 3 Areas


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