Fat freezing has become a go-to treatment for quick, non-invasive, and effective reduction of fat in targeted areas of the body.
The treatment freezes fat cells in the area of concern, which causes them to crystalize and become inactive.
Once these fat cells are inactive, they are reduced as waste through the body’s natural lymphatic system.
People see the effects of the treatment within three weeks, and continue to see results and changes for up to 2-3 months after the treatment (since the body is still reducing the inactive fat cells for up to 3 months).
But how can you improve the results from the treatment, and aid with flushing out these inactive cells faster?
Drink lots of water
Drinking more water helps flush out waste and toxins that build up in your body. By ensuring you’re drinking enough water, you can aid the body in flushing out this waste and the inactive fat cells faster after the treatment.
Massage your body to help drainage.
Massages such as lymphatic drainage massages can help speed up the reduction process, as they support the body in flushing out the waste and inactive fat cells in the body.
This will help the fat cells leave the body faster, and help you get to the final results quicker.
Maintain your weight
A fat freezing treatment is science, not magic. So while you WILL reduce fat cells in the treated area, you can’t eat more than you used to or suddenly become less active and expect to still lose weight.
When you lose weight, your fat cells shrink, making you smaller. When you gain weight, you don’t gain more fat cells. Instead, the cells you do have become larger, so that you also become larger.
If you end up gaining weight after Fat Freezing, the fat that remained in the treated area can increase in size.
The same is true of the fat in other areas of the body. Since you have less fat in the treated areas, you might notice that you gain more weight or fat in other areas of the body instead.
The point is to avoid gaining weight, and just maintaining a regular healthy lifestyle, that is not filled with daily intake of junk food.