1. Lim, Dr Adrian, 2014, Cryolipolysis with a double-applicator 3-dimensional cooling cup device, Royal North Shore Hospital, uRepublic Cosmetic Dermatology and Veins NSW Australia

The following results are from a Clinical Study conducted by Royal North Shore Hospital  “In one study with 42 patients, 79% noticed fat reduction on themselves at 2-4 months. Another study with 50 patients, 89% showed a noticeable improvement on photography with a similar proportion (80%) being happy with the results at 6 months. Most studies indicate a fat reduction of approximately 20 – 25%”

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2. Krueger et al. 2014, Cryolipolysis for noninvasive body contouring: clinical efficacy and patient satisfaction, Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology 2014:7 201–205.

Conclusion: “In clinical studies, cryolipolysis was shown to reduce subcutaneous fat at the treatment site by up to 25% after one treatment. Improvements were seen in 86% of treated subjects”

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3. Mathew M. Avram, MD, JD1 and Rosemary S. Harry, MSBME2 1, Cryolipolysis for Subcutaneous Fat Layer Reduction, Dermatology Laser & Cosmetic Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

Conclusion: “Cryolipolysis has demonstrated efficacy in both human and animal studies. Histology findings also confirm the selective reduction of fat in both humans and animals, with evidence of a gradual thinning of the fat layer over a period of two to four months. Importantly, cryolipolysis has not produced any significant adverse side effects in studies to date”

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4. Kim, J et al, 2014, Clinical effectiveness of non-invasive selective cryolipolysis, Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy

Conclusion: “The results of both objective and subjective assessments showed signifi cant improvements in subcutaneous fat reduction without any meaningful complications. Non-invasive selective cryolipolysis has been reported to be a safe and effective treatment modality for the reduction of excess adipose tissue. Therefore, cryolipolysis is a promising technology that could be an appropriate and safe therapeutic option for subcutaneous fat reduction”

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5. Ingargiola et al, 2015, Cryolipolysis for Fat Reduction and Body Contouring Safety and Efficacy of Current Treatment Paradigms, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Mount Sinai Hospital; Department of Plastic Surgery, Loma Linda University, American Society of Plastic Surgeons

Conclusion: “Cryolipolysis is a promising procedure for nonsurgical fat reduction and body contouring and presents a compelling alternative to liposuction and other, more invasive methods. This procedure appears to be safe in the short term, with a limited side effect profile, and results in significant fat reduction when used for localized adiposities”

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6. Manstein et al, 2008, Selective Cryolysis: A Novel Method of Non-Invasive Fat Removal, Department of Dermatology, Wellman Center for Photomedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 40:595–604

Conclusion: “Prolonged, controlled local skin cooling can induce selective damage and subsequent loss of subcutaneous fat, without damaging the overlying skin”

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