Lipocryolysis has already been established as a safe and effective technology . New knowledge about crystallization vs. lipid-to-gel transition has surfaced recently, since some of the last lipocryolysis publications have focused on how it works . However, although its action is better understood day after day, side effects have not been fully studied yet. Though there is broad consensus in that lipocryolysis is not a harmful technology, as well as evidence of results being safely achieved without collateral tissue damage , very little has been said regarding the functionality of the adipocytes that remain in the body after the procedure. Crystallization is the chosen term to express the post-lipocryolysis intra-adipocyte changes, for the existence of a number of alternative crystal structures is a characteristic property of all lipids . This is due to the fact that there are a number of different possibilities of packing the long hydrocarbon chain into a crystal lattice. This phenomenon is called polymorphism and each different crystal structure is called a polymorphic form or modification of the lipid . In previous studies, we presented evidence of various postsession intra-adipocitary changes :crystal size and patterns, crystal irreversibility, crystal formation thermodynamics and kinetics, and crystal diffraction properties. However, no study has been performed to date addressing the issue of adipocyte metabolic function restoration after a lipocryolysis session. The aim of this study has been to roughly assess the lipolytic activity of the adipocytes that suffer lipocryolysis.