Thigh Fat Freezing

With fat freezing for the thighs, you can target the exact location where you’d like to reduce fat.

It could be your inner thighs or the `saddlebag’ area on the outer thighs. Fat freezing will permanently destroy fat cells in those soft, squeezable areas that diet and exercise just can’t seem to reach.

The result is a leaner, more sculpted overall look. It will even help reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Fat reduction without surgery

The treatment is completely painless. There are no needles, scalpels or scars and you don’t need anaesthetic or recovery time.

  • Non-invasive, and non-surgical
  • It’s quick. Treatment can be completed in your lunch hour
  • FDA-approved
  • No risk of infection
  • Long-term results

Thigh fat freezing: How it works

Fat freezing, or cryolipolysis, uses intense cold to target and destroy fat cells.

Fat cells are more temperature-sensitive than other cells in the body. When selective areas of subdermal fat are cooled to sub-zero temperatures, the fat cells in that area start to break down.

Over a period of weeks, the dead cells are absorbed and cleared away via the body’s natural waste disposal units – the lymphatic system and liver.

Find out more about fat freezing.

What to expect

The procedure takes around 30 minutes per area, although we always start with a 5-minute patch safety test.

The area of `problem fat’ is gently drawn into a soft plastic cup, then the temperature within the cup is gradually cooled to below freezing. It will be cold enough to destroy fat cells without affecting the outer layer of skin or surrounding tissue.

Over the next few weeks, your body will naturally flush out the dead fat cells. You’ll start seeing the benefits after around 3 weeks.

After about 5 weeks, you’ll notice that your thighs have a leaner, more toned look.

After fat freezing treatment

Because it uses the body’s natural processes, there are no side-effects to fat freezing treatment. You simply wait 3 to 5 weeks for the intense cold to do the hard work.

In the meantime, you should continue to eat a healthy diet, drink 2 litres of plain water per day, avoid too much alcohol and remain active.