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The most famous contrast cryolipolysis in Brazil

POLARYS is an advanced technology aimed at the treatment of localized fat and non-invasive body contouring through the innovative CRYOLIPOLYSIS system. The equipment has 4 treatment modalities: CONVENTIONAL CRYOLIPOLYSIS, CONTRAST, REPERFUSION and PREPARATION. It is a safe treatment for presenting an effective cooling system that guarantees the stability of the selected temperature during the simultaneous use of both applicators throughout the treatment time.

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4 Cryolipolysis modalities in a single device

Effective Cooling


Individual temperature control in the Peltier that guarantees maintenance of the pre-set temperature and safety in the application. Water reservoir with large storage capacity (approximately 10 liters), optimizing temperature extraction.


Lowering the temperature

It is a safe resource, as it features an effective cooling system that guarantees temperature stability during the simultaneous use of both applicators throughout the treatment time, or isolated from each of them. Polarys allows the adjustment of the temperature on the display (variable -11°C to +8°C), with real and instantaneous visualization of the applicator’s temperature, avoiding adverse effects.

Exclusive Applicator

360˚ Mini

Ideal for the treatment of fat located in the submentum, fat located in small areas, as well as: pubis, anterior and posterior axillary region, infrascapular, internal knee, infragluteal, lumbar region and arms.

Diversity of

It comes with 3 applicators of different sizes (Mini, S, M and L), which allows the treatment of different areas and biotypes.

Simultaneous use
of applicators with the
same efficiency

It allows the use of two applicators with independent controls working simultaneously for treatments of more than one area or the treatment of two patients at the same time, with effective and individual temperature maintenance. In addition to the effective vacuum system in maintaining suction during the simultaneous use of the applicators.

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Different vacuum
modes from
greater comfort

It has 4 continuous vacuum modes and 3 pulsed vacuum modes, which ensures treatment of more painful and compact areas with greater comfort and less risk of ecchymosis.

self-cleaning system

CLEAN MODE: self-cleaning system for applicators and cables, which guarantees effective cleaning, practicality and greater durability of the equipment.

Device information

Polarys Accessories

  • 1 PP female I.E.C cable of 3 x 0.75 x 1500mm (Code 03017007);
  • 2 5A 20 AG fuses (Code 03019012);
  • 1 Polarys Digital Operations Manual (Code 03004002);
  • 1 ruler for marking applicator P (Code 03027467);
  • 1 ruler for marking M applicator (Code 03027468);
  • 1 ruler for marking G applicator (Code 03027469);
  • 3 applicators (check the reseller at the time of purchase);
  • 3 antifreeze membranes (03026127).
Treatment areas

  • Infraumbilical abdomen (Properly protect the umbilicus region.)
  • Flanking region;
  • Inner thigh region;
  • Glass region;
  • Infrascapular region;
  • Lumbar region;
  • Back arm region;
  • Infragluteal region;
  • Anterior axillary region;
  • Posterior axillary region;
  • Inner knee region;
  • Subment region.

360˚ Mini applicator


  • Treatment of localized fat;
  • Treatment of fat located in the submentum;
  • Treatment of localized fat in small areas, as well as: pubis, anterior and posterior axillary region, infrascapular, inner knee, infragluteal, lumbar region and arms.


  • Pregnant women.
  • Implanted electronic device (eg, pacemaker).
  • Neoplastic areas or over areas where the tumor has been removed.
  • Children, the elderly, or patients with high sensitivity to cold (cryoglobulinemia).
  • Cryotherapy intolerance.
  • Raynaud’s Syndrome.
  • About ischemic areas (where the blood supply may be unable to meet the metabolic demand resulting in necrosis).
  • About open or infected wounds.


  • About abdominal hernia for patients treated in the abdomen.
  • Diabetes Mellitus or other cases of scarring deficit.
  • Individuals with metabolic and liver diseases that compromise fat metabolism.
  • About areas with altered sensitivity.
  • On irritated skin or with the presence of dermatitis.
  • Recent surgery at the treatment site.
  • Regular use of anti-inflammatory medications.
  • Keloids or keloid propensity in the region to be treated.
  • Regions with marks of hypertrophic scars.

  • 1. Crystallization of lipids (caused by cold).
  • 2. Inflammatory panniculitis (inflammation produced by cold).
  • 3. Programmed Cell Death and Phagocytosis – Gradual removal of cellular waste by natural mechanisms (neurophils and macrophages).
  • 4. Decreased number of adipocytes and body remodeling
  • 5. Reperfusion injury (by reactive oxygen species).

Crystallization of lipids: A certain temperature extraction (approximately +8 °C) induces the crystallization of fat contained in adipocytes. This effect triggers cell death in adipocytes that are much more susceptible to cold than other cells in the skin and subcutaneous tissue. The effects induced by crystallization are irreversible.
Inflammatory panniculitis: the inflammatory process caused in adipocytes by crystallization and subsequent reperfusion is reflected by the flow of inflammatory cells that can be observed around the 3rd day after treatment and peaks on approximately the 14th day with the presence of infiltrate containing histiocytes, neutrophils, lymphocytes and other mononuclear cells.
Gradual removal of cellular debris by phagocytes: Between the 14th and 30th day post-treatment, macrophages and other phagocytes engulf and digest fat cells as part of a natural response to injury.
Decreased number of adipocytes and body remodeling: 4 weeks after treatment, inflammation and adipocyte volume decrease. Between 2 to 3 months after treatment, the interlobular septa thicken and the inflammatory process disappears.
Reperfusion injury: Tissue damage caused when the blood supply returns to the tissue after a period of ischemia or lack of oxygen. The dynamics between vascular stasis and tissue reperfusion induces the production of ROS (reactive oxygen species). The absence of oxygen and nutrients from the blood during the cooling period creates a condition in which the restoration of circulation results in inflammation and oxidative damage through the induction of oxidative stress, rather than the restoration of normal function.

Frequently Asked Questions

What effects does cryolipolysis promote on tissue?

The effects that cryolipolysis promotes in the tissue are: crystallization of
lipids by temperature extraction, lobular panniculitis (inflammation caused
by cold), tissue reperfusion and phagocytosis.

What are the main areas of treatment?

Trunk areas (except precordial region), neck (except neck region),
carotids and thyroid), pelvic region, upper and lower limbs with
presence of localized fat.

What are the main precautions that should be taken when applying to

Carefully check the presence of contraindications, perform the
complete patient anamnesis, as well as photographic evaluation, perimetry
and adipometry, to monitor the clinical evolution of the patient.

Also check for medications that may interfere with
treatment, inspect the applicator before the start of each treatment,
demarcate the area to be treated, in order to direct the positioning of the
antifreeze membrane and applicator, position the patient
comfortable and in a way that exposes the area to be treated. It is important that,
before interrupting suction at the end of treatment and performing the
uncoupling, the professional hold the applicator firmly to avoid
fall of the same.

What is the average time of application of cryolipolysis? what should be the
interval between sessions?

Cooling time should be between 45 and 60 minutes. However, in
contrast cryolipolysis, in reperfusion and preparation, the time of
application is longer due to pre- and/or post-cooling heating time.
Intervals between sessions can vary from 60 to 120 days after the first session.

How to fill the Polarys water reservoir?

For the correct functioning of the system, it is necessary to supply the
reservoir with water, which must be done with the equipment turned on and
connected applicators. Before turning on Polarys, position the applicators
into their brackets, then connect the applicator cables to the
equipment until complete fit.

Connect the equipment to the electrical network and press the On button on the key
on-off switch, remove the caps from the water inlet and outlet connectors and
Connect the funnel hose to the water inlet. Slowly fill the
reservoir with water until overflow through the hose connected to the outlet
of water. After the process, disconnect the hoses and plug the connectors.

How does Clean Mode work?

The Clean Mode key accesses the applicator cleaning mode and the applicator cables.
equipment. From the home screen, the user initiates the cleaning through the icon
“Clean Mode” and access the step-by-step cleaning procedure.

What is Peltier? How does the extraction of temperature occur in the

Peltier is a thermoelectric wafer located inside the
applicator, in contact with the side metal plates. Through
electrical stimulation, this device extracts heat (cools) from the surface
metal that is in contact, while releasing the heat extracted from the other
side, exchanging heat with the water that circulates through the applicator.

Therefore, the larger the water reservoir, the greater the amount of
water circulating through the applicator, which optimizes the heat exchange with the
Peltier and promotes effective temperature maintenance during application.

Where can I find this product?