Both of these treatments use the same Cryostar technology and fat freezing process. However, the procedure for each treatment uses different techniques, timeframes, and temperatures that target different layers of the skin producing different outcomes in results.
CryoToning is designed to address loose skin, cellulite, and signs of aging. Whilst CryoSlimming from cryostarbeauty.com is designed to target localized fat reduction.
With CryoToning®, cold temperatures smooth skin, reduce the appearance of cellulite and improve the skin’s overall texture and appearance. This helps to stimulate collagen production, which breaks down cellulite, leaving you with smooth, dimple-free skin.
The procedure for CryoToning® targets the dermal layer of the skin – the middle part where all the important cells and proteins live; 80% of the dermis is made up of collagen and elastin fibers.
Collagen and elastin act as the ‘scaffolding’ to the skin, it keeps the dermis strong so that the epidermis (the part of the skin you see) lays flat on top. Unfortunately, as we age, collagen and elastin deplete therefore the dermis loses its strength and structure, which is why we begin to see fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging.
CryoToning® works by using the wand set to cold, generally not below -2c to massage the skin. The therapist’s hand (warm) follows massaging the areas which cause the blood vessels to alternate between constriction and dilation in the dermis. This improves the oxygenated blood flow (microcirculation) – the blood vessels are then able to deliver fresh nutritious blood to the other cells in the dermis; this, in turn, boosts collagen and elastin production, as well as improving the quality of these fibers.