ProShock Ice is an innovative new technology that offers a non-invasive, non-surgical effective method option to shaping your body and eliminating cellulite and fat, a practice that was once only treatable by liposuction. However, with the patented technology Ice-Shock-Lipolysis, the combination of cryolipolysis and acoustic shock wave therapy you can receive the body shaping results you want without having to experience many side effects that come from other surgical methods. This body contouring method is also an excellent alternative for patients who may not have been suitable candidates for liposuction or who did not want to undergo surgical procedures.
ProShock Ice is ideal for both men and women who:
- Want to get their body back to the way it was before pregnancy.
- Want to counteract the signs of aging.
- You want to improve your body image.
- Want to tweak their liposuction
With a healthy diet and regular exercises, the ProShock Ice results will remain for long-term.
How doesThe ProShock Ice Treatments Work?
- The reduction of body fat is achieved by breaking up the collagen fibers and macro nodules with microcirculation.
- Treatments are performed approximately every 7-10 days over 6 sessions.
- Each treatment takes approximately 30 to 60 minutes.
Each session starts with the ice lipolysis that freezes the cells causing apoptosis, which is a medical term for cell death. The acoustic shock therapy is then used to help remove and tighten the remaining healthy cells. Measurements are taken before and after so you can truly see your progress.
This non-invasive body contouring procedure doesn’t cause any damage to the surrounding tissue, bloodstream or liver and has minimal side effects.
The Benefits of ProShock Ice:
- This procedure can be used on almost all of the body areas, except chins and the face
- Removal of fat, reshaping, toning and cellulite reduction.
- Non-invasive procedure.
- No downtime.
- Quickly return to your regular activities after treatment.
- Quick and effective results showing in as little as 2-4 sessions.
- Painless and safe.
What are the possibly side effects of ProShock Ice?
Since ProShock Ice is such an effective and safe procedure, the side effects are minimal. You may experience temporary redness of the skin, which will typically go away within a few hours of treatment. Those with more sensitive skin may have the redness for a couple of days. More importantly, the procedure doesn’t cause any damage to the surrounding tissue, bloodstream or liver and leaves you with nothing more than effective results of fat removal and cellulite reduction.
ProShock Ice is not a weight loss treatment, but rather, a body shaping procedure that can reshape, tone and tighten your body while also reducing the appearance of fat and cellulite.
Am I suitable for treatment?
Proshock Ice is a good alternative for patients who are not suitable candidates for liposuction or do not wish to undergo surgical procedures. It gives results like a light liposuction with minimal to no down time and minimal complications.
When will I see the results?
Usually results are seen after 2-4 sessions.
Are there any side effects?
The treatment is very comfortable and is usually tolerated well by all. Side effects are rare, a temporary redness in the treatment area may occur. Other cryolipolysis methods are painful and can leave red or purple marks on the skin for many weeks after.
Is the treatment painful?
The treatment is painless. Patients do not experience any pain during the procedure.
Does it work on excess fat and/or cellulite?
Proshock Ice is the only technology that treats both the adipose fat cells (excess fat) AND the fibroid cells (cellulite).
How does ProShock Ice work?
Proshock Ice is a non-invasive device used for the reduction of localised fat and all types of cellulite. It uses an innovative, patented technology called “Ice-shock-lipolysisTM”. This method incorporates a combination of two technologies. ‘Ice-lipolysis’ that is controlled cooling thus eliminating excess adipose cells without damaging the surrounding tissues and ‘shock-therapy’.
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