Cryolipolisis - what is the recommended temperature for a session?
Thank you for your question. All CoolSculpting machines already have a preset temperature that cannot be changed. I would recommend looking at clinics listed on the Zeltiq website so that you receive a true CoolSculpting treatment. Regards,
Cryolipolysis and FDA approved Temperatures
The CoolSculpting machines have a set temperature that cannot be changed by the provider. They also require a cooling gel pad to protect the skin. The CoolSculpting machine uses a controlled temperature and set time for the cryolipolysis to work. From what you have stated, it doesn't sound like the CoolSculpting device from Zeltiq. If it is a fake or look-alike, it may not work or may be harmful to your body. It is best to see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon's practice to make sure you are getting the treatment you are looking for.
You may visit the FDA's website (although like a maze) to determine FDA recommended equipment. As far as temperature for coolsculpting, this is actually confidential with at least Zeltiq / Coolsculpting. Lipolysis with the coolsculpting device is achieved by cooling the tissue to a set temperature for a set time, both variables are important! Proper sin protectant - gel pads - are also important to protect the skin. I hope this helps.
Cryolipolisis- Temparature adjustment
Thank you your question. List of physicians providing cryolipolysis is available at Coolsculpting website. The original coolsculpt technology has a predetermined temperature setting. If they are not applying the gel pad provided by the company Zeltiq, you could be receiving a fake or lookalike Coolsculpting treatment. Be aware that this may lead to frostbite.