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Can Cryotherapy & Cryoskin help you lose inches?



Cold temperatures have long been thought to have potential benefits for inch loss, and cryotherapy – a treatment that involves exposing the body to extremely cold temperatures – has gained popularity as a method for promoting weight/inch loss and skin tightening. Though scientific evidence for the effectiveness of cryotherapy pertaining to fat loss is limited, we are able to analyze the current data to understand how it may impact the body's ability to burn fat and lose inches.


One of the main theories behind why cold temperatures might be useful for losing inches is based on the concept of thermogenesis, which is the production of heat in the body induced by your metabolism. Cold temperatures can stimulate the production of heat, as the body works to maintain its normal body temperature. This increase in heat production requires energy, which can be provided by the breakdown of stored fat in the body.

Some studies have suggested that exposure to cold temperatures may increase the activity of certain tissues that play a role in fat metabolism, leading to an increase in the breakdown of fat. For example, according to the authors of a new review published in the International Journal of Circumpolar Health, cold water immersion was a protective effect against cardiovascular, obesity, and other metabolic diseases and could have prophylactic health effects, which breaks down fat in the body. Cold temperatures on your body can reduce and/or transform body adipose tissue, as well as reduce insulin resistance and improve insulin sensitivity.


“We discovered that cold exposure reduced inflammation and improved metabolism in obesity, mediated at least in part by the activation of brown adipose tissue. These findings suggest a previously unrecognized function of brown adipose tissue in promoting the resolution of inflammation in obesity.” - Yu-Hua Tseng


The effects of cold temperatures on losing inches and skin tightening are likely to be modest but visible, and may vary from person to person. In addition, other factors, such as diet and exercise, are likely to have a much greater impact on fat loss.



One of the main methods of cryotherapy for fat loss involves local cryotherapy, which consists of applying cold temperatures to specific areas of the body using a proven technique and device such as cryoskin. Local cryotherapy is often used to reduce inflammation and soreness in muscles and joints, and fat.


First, the fat cells are brought to the surface and enlarged using heat. Then, sub-zero temperatures freeze and crystalize those cells. A lymphatic massage technique is then used to break down those now frozen and fragile fat cells. The fat cells are ultimately killed and your skin awaits tightening through the promotion of collagen production.


Collagen is a protein that is a major component of the skin and other connective tissues. Cold temperatures have been shown to stimulate collagen synthesis in some studies. Another way cryotherapy might be beneficial for skin is by reducing inflammation. Cold temperatures can constrict blood vessels, which can reduce inflammation and swelling. This will make the skin appear tighter and smoother.

It is important to note that cryotherapy is not a substitute for a healthy diet and regular exercise, which are the most effective strategies for losing weight and improving overall health. In addition, cryotherapy may not be suitable for everyone and people see results differently. Kcryoskin, recommends weekly cryo slimming appointments to lose inches and maintain that sculpt for a longer period of time.


In conclusion, the evidence for the effectiveness of cryotherapy for inch loss is growing and more research is needed to fully understand its potential benefits, however progress has been made in recent years to support the use of cryotherapy for fat loss. While cold temperatures have effects on fat metabolism, diet and exercise are likely to have a much greater impact on fat loss. Cryotherapy should not be used as a substitute for a healthy lifestyle, and it is important to carefully consider the potential risks before undergoing this treatment. Inquire with one our prestigious specialists today to see which cryotherapy treatment will help you lose the most inches!



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