How does CoolSculpting work to remove fat?
Diet and exercise aren’t always effective to get rid of stubborn fat deposits like love handles and double chins. CoolSculpting works where diets fail by targeting and destroying fat deposits under the skin through a controlled cooling method that freezes the fat cells, causing them to crystallize and die. Over time these dying fat cells are naturally eliminated by the body, leaving behind a slimmer figure.
What are the benefits of CoolSculpting over other fat removal options like liposuction?
- CoolSculpting destroys fat cells while leaving the surrounding skin and tissue unaffected
- Fat reduction results are noticeable in just 1-2 visits
- FDA approved to be a safe and effective non-surgical treatment with no needles or downtime
- Less painful and invasive compared to tummy tucks and liposuction
- Millions of patients have been treated worldwide, making CoolSculpting the leading alternative to liposuction and other invasive fat removal techniques
- Fat cells targeted by CoolSculpting that die away are gone permanently
What kind of results can I expect?
Whether you’re trying to slim-down before your wedding or a new mother hoping to shed baby weight CoolSculpting can be used almost anywhere on the body.
Before and after photos provide an excellent demonstration of the body-contouring possibilities. The number of treatments needed vary depending on how large and thick
the fat deposits are. The CoolSculpting treatment device places the fat pocket between two cooling panels. Once the cooling treatment begins the patient might feel slight pressure while the freezing process begins. Patients can resume their normal day once the procedure is complete.
Will Coolsculpting work for me?
Coolsculpting is an ideal treatment choice for removing stubborn fat deposits that persist despite good diet and exercise habits. Common problem areas like inner thighs, double chins, belly fat, love handles, buttocks, back fat, bra fat and any other area affected by excess weight and fat volume can be treated.