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How does destroying fat cells actually work?

Radiofrequency, fat freezing, and ultrasonic cavitation are all non-invasive techniques used in body contouring to reduce fat cells.

1. Radiofrequency: Radiofrequency (RF) treatments use energy waves to heat the deep layers of the skin, targeting fat cells. The heat generated by RF can break down fat cells, leading to their destruction. The body then naturally processes and eliminates these damaged fat cells over time.

2. Fat Freezing (Cryolipolysis): Fat freezing, also known as cryolipolysis, works by cooling targeted fat cells to a freezing temperature. This process causes the fat cells to crystallize and die off. Over several weeks, the body's immune system gradually eliminates these dead fat cells, resulting in a reduction of fat in the treated area.

3. Ultrasonic Cavitation: Ultrasonic cavitation involves the use of ultrasound technology to target and break down fat cells. The ultrasound waves create pressure and vibrations within the fat cells, causing them to rupture. Once the fat cells are broken down, the body metabolizes and eliminates them through natural processes.

Overall, these technologies work by destroying fat cells through different mechanisms, leading to a reduction in localized fat deposits and improved body contouring.

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