Cooling down: using cold to get into shape for the hot months

By Rose BataillonLink

Cryolipolysis. I found the word inelegant, but it nonetheless had a ring of hope to it especially with summer on the way. cold to destroy fat cells. “Apoptosis, or cell death, is biologically programmed, but contact with the cold speeds up the process,” explains the Parisian specialist Philippe Azoulay. word of warning: it’s not entirely pleasant—the cold produces a burning sensation. Hence the importance of using the condition that restricts blood circulation in the extremities at A noninvasive alternative to liposuction, the technique uses It works best on small localized fat deposits and, as the doctor warns, the results are only visible four months later. One or two 45-minute sessions usually suffice. But another proper equipment, like the Cristal Body-Layering device by Deleo, and of medical supervision. In fact, my consultation with Azoulay revealed that I likely have Raynaud’s disease, a low temperatures. In other words, cryolipolysis poses a risk for me, and we agreed that I’d be better of regaining bikini condition the old-fashioned way. So I’ve been getting plenty of exercise in the run-up to summer…