Stand to win a Fire and Ice treatment worth R12 000, courtesy of Lokkima

Here’s what you need to know about fat freezing

Fire and Ice Fat Freeze

Not familiar with Fire and Ice (Fat Freeze)? Don’t stress, it’s all about non-invasive beauty and cosmetic treatments. Lokkima’s (a.k.a Cool Body Sculpting) services aim to help you target stubborn fat, and minimise cellulite and wrinkles. 

Everything you need to know about the Fire and Ice treatment

The Fire and Ice (Fat Freeze) treatment is a non-surgical approach to body contouring and is a combination of Lokkima’s Fat Freezing, Radio Frequency and Ultrasound Cavitation treatments. The treatments help to reduce fat, tighten your skin and treat cellulite without ever having to go under the knife.  

It’s a 3-step process 

1. Freezing

It’s exactly that – freezing your fat cells. During Fat Freezing, the treated fat cells are crystallised by the cool temperature. This causes them to expire and then be naturally and permanently eliminated from the body. Each treatment decreases the number of fat cells in the targeted area.

2. Radio Waves

The next step involves the Radio Frequency (RF) machine, which uses high-frequency radio waves to penetrate and heat different layers of the skin, stimulating the skin’s ability to produce collagen and elastin.

3. Tone and tighten

The final step in the process is all about Ultrasound Cavitation. This machine is used to tone and tighten the skin, and assist with decreasing cellulite and breaking down fat cells. 

The Fire and Ice Fat Freeze treatment can be done every 30 days. Here are the different areas you can target: 

  • Stomach 
  • Chin
  • Love handles 
  • Back fat
  • Bra fat
  • Man boobs
  • Below the glutes 
  • Inner thighs 
  • Outer thighs

Fire and Ice Fat Freeze

Fat Freezing

By now you know that the power of Fat Freezing is the cool temperature which helps dissolve the fat cells. This treatment is done by placing a protective sheet over the skin called a membrane – it’s similar to a wet wipe and protects the skin during the treatment. It takes just 30 minutes to complete the treatment, and some people only need one Fat Freezing session while others need more – every person differs.

Skin Tightening (Ultrasound Cavitation)

This treatment is one of the most advanced ways to assist with cellulite, break down fat cells and tighten and tone skin. The machine goes deep into the tissue to promote micro-circulation and skin renewal. 

When you combine Ultrasound Cavitation with different radio frequencies, it helps the body to break down fat cells. When Fat Freezing is included, this treatment can help to reduce the appearance of stretch marks and prevent the skin from sagging.

Ultrasound Cavitation treatment can be done twice a week. Here are the different areas you can target: 

  • Stomach
  • Chin
  • Love handles 
  • Back fat
  • Bra fat
  • Man boobs
  • Below the glutes 
  • Inner thighs 

Radio Frequency

Radio Frequency technology uses high-frequency radio waves to penetrate and heat different layers of the skin. This treatment helps to lift, firm and tighten the skin. 

A course of Radio Frequency (RF) treatments stimulates the skin’s ability to produce collagen and elastin. When combined with Fat Freezing, it also reduces the crystallised fat cells, which makes it easier for the body to eliminate them.

You can do the Radio Frequency treatment twice a week. Here are the different areas you can target: 

  • Stomach
  • Chin
  • Love handles 
  • Back fat
  • Bra fat
  • Man boobs
  • Below the glutes 
  • Inner thighs 
  • Outer thighs

Enter to win now! 

One lucky winner stands to win a Fire and Ice treatment which is a combination of Fat Freezing, Ultrasound Cavitation and Radio Frequency treatments. For a chance to win, name one of the treatments that form part of the Fire and Ice treatment. The prize is valued at R12 000.

Competition Ts and Cs apply. The prize is not transferable for cash. Winners must be medically sound. 

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This post is sponsored by Lokkima. 

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