Who I am and why I do what I do.

Who I am and why I do what I do.

Who I am and why I do what I do. I know that some of you may be scrolling around my website whilst you are at work, hoping to the heavens that you don’t accidentally click on one of my videos and let your office colleagues and BOSS know that ..Continue Reading

Easter Indulgence

Easter Indulgence

Any of you feeling a little less than happy about your Easter indulgences? Well I was yesterday, so scrounging through my fridge for food I found a head of broccoli which I decided to cook and take  for my lunch. Something I have been conscious of recently (as I am ..Continue Reading

Why I love what I do!

Why I love what I do! Hi folks, We had a client interview yesterday with a client that we first treated in October and then with a couple of extra fat freezing handles in December.  Kath was very typical of us busy working women, she wanted to know how to ..Continue Reading

My frustrations With the Industry

My frustrations With the Industry

Last week I was talking to a potential client who mentioned an alternative treatment to fat freezing in Melbourne– some form of micro magnetic (?) therapy. I have looked at the website (looks fancy) of the company involved, and tried to understand the mode of action of the machine and ..Continue Reading

Fat Freezing Melbourne for Upper Arms

Fat Freezing Melbourne for Upper Arms

A client we shall call Monique came to see us last week for fat freezing on her upper arms. Monique explained that she will not wear short sleeves or tank tops in summer due to her “droopy” upper arms. This is devastating to hear when we live in a hot ..Continue Reading

Light Bulb Moment – Social Pressure to Be Beautiful

Light Bulb Moment – Social Pressure to Be Beautiful

Some of you may be aware that I am writing a book, (working title “{Muffin Top”) This book has been inspired by the hundreds of conversations and research surveys that I have had with women who have come to me for fat freezing in Melbourne. One such conversation occurred last ..Continue Reading

Brief History of Cryolipolysis

Brief History of Cryolipolysis

Until 2009, fat removal was usually accomplished surgically by abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) or by liposuction. Both methods provide good results, if performed by a highly skilled physician. But the cost (tummy tuck average cost in Australia is $10,000) the potential risks (such as infection, scarring, nonuniform fat reduction, hemorrhage, sepsis ..Continue Reading

How to Hide Your Fat Freezing From Your Husband/Partner?

How to Hide Your Fat Freezing From Your Husband/Partner?

Whether you are getting rid of your love handles, muffin top or bra bulge the following may assist you. Allison (not her real name) had her fat freezing (cryolipolysis) treatment a few months ago and told me this story about her journey. “I didn’t want my husband to know because ..Continue Reading

10 Things to Consider when Choosing a Fat Freezing Clinic

10 Things to Consider when Choosing a Fat Freezing Clinic

1.  What type of machine do they use? It is ok to ask the clinician. There are so many copy cat machines on the market nowadays that you can even buy one from ebay.  The good machines give good results. With a range of $5000 to $200,000 the results vary ..Continue Reading