Cryotherapy for cellulite


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Could whole-body cryotherapy be used for cellulite? Cryomed s.r.o. has been producing cryosaunas since 2002. We know everything about its effectiveness on the human body and how it could help with cellulite. Let’s see what happens to you during cryotherapy session.

Cellulite – deposits of subcutaneous fat within fibrous connective tissue (as in the thighs, hips, and buttocks) that give a puckered and dimpled appearance to the skin surface.

Entering cryosauna your body will be affected with steam of liquid nitrogen at temperatures up to -180°C. That causes “positive” stress on your body and activates different processes like:

  • intensive collagen production;
  • microcirculation improvements;
  • lymph draining and blood circulation boost;
  • natural biological regeneration process;

All these processes are extremely helpful if you are trying to reduce cellulite. So let’s talk more detailed about cryotherapy and cellulite.

Cryotherapy for cellulite

Cryotherapy for cellulite

Cryotherapy benefits for cellulite

In addition to active collagen production throughout the body cryotherapy will make you stronger, increase your mobility, flexibility and will fortify your vital organs.

Whole-body cryotherapy reduces fat deposits – fat cells are extremely intolerant of the cold and actually self destruct in low temperatures. By eliminating fat deposits and the fat underlying cellulite, the appearance of cellulite is also diminished.

Does cryotherapy help cellulite?

People often doubt if cryotherapy really works on cellulite. Now it is a well-known fact that in weight loss and cellulite reducement the main thing is a calorie deficit. And the latest research shows us that you can burn up to 800 kcal during cryotherapy session and after it! So cryotherapy along with a healthy diet and everyday activity will help you in cellulite reducement.

Still not sure is cryotherapy good for cellulite?

You can try cryotherapy treatment for cellulite in the nearest cryo centre or contact us for more information.

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