Hot Sculpting Vs. Cool Sculpting + Sculpture
The most common question we get is what is the difference between Hot Sculpting & CoolSculpting. Hot Sculpting is a treatment that combines two procedures in one to eliminate unwanted fat and tighten the skin. A laser gently and safely heats the fat to the point of cell death which are then processed or eliminated from the body. At the same time the laser tightens the skin by generating new collagen, resulting in an overall improvement of contour laxity and elasticity in the treated areas is a unique dual-wavelength, non-invasive laser treatment or facelift for sculpting and skin tightening on all body areas. The exclusive delivery modes are used in concert for hyperthermic adipocyte destruction and collagen remodelling with exceptional results. The procedure is a fast, safe and effective non-invasive alternative to laser lipolysis. Hot sculpting is an invasive treatments that does not require anesthetic and there is no downtime required after the procedure. Lastly, the laser can be directed to a wider surface area and it can tighten the surrounding skin to prevent sagging after the fat is eliminated. After Treatment includes slight redness, and is warm to touch. Takes 3-5 days to see results. Hot Sculpting is a safe procedure for wide range of patients however not suitable for people with metal or electronic implants, pregnant women, and those with serious heath conditions such as cancer or infections.
Cool Sculpting is a fat-freezing procedure that delivers controlled cooling to gently and effectively target the fat cells underneath the skin. Treated fat cells are crystalized (frozen), then die. Over time, your body naturally processes the fat and eliminates these dead cells. After Treatment – Frozen, bruised, no feeling in the area. Some patients experience on-set delay pain, itchy burning sensation for days after treatment. Takes 3-4 months to see complete treatment results.
Sculpture is a new procedure done with our Fotona machine that delivers similar results as Hot Sculpting. One of the differences is that technician doesn’t need to be with the client during the treatment which allows them to use devices for their duration of the treatment. 1-2 sessions are required for best results whereas Hot Sculpting treatments require 4 sessions. 20% of reduction in fat layer is noticed after one session and pain levels vary from 2/10 to 3/10.