Have you heard of CoolSculpting but you’re somewhat skeptical about the claims of the technology? CoolSculpting’s fat freezing technology is unfamiliar to many people, so it’s not surprising that they are curious to find out if CoolSculpting really works.
Does CoolSculpting Really Work?
Yes, CoolSculpting does work. CoolSculpting is a revolutionary non-invasive treatment that uses a system of controlled cooling known as cryolipolysis, to remove stubborn bulges of fat. A single CoolSculpting treatment can reduce fat in the targeted area by 20-25%. Therefore, one treatment is often all that’s needed to get the desired results. Here’s how CoolSculpting works!
When the CoolSculpting applicator is placed on the treatment area it selectively freezes and kills the fat cells, because they are more sensitive to freezing temperatures. However, it does not harm the surrounding skin and underlying tissue. The fat cells frozen during treatment are naturally processed out of the body over the following weeks.
Some improvement can be seen about 3 weeks after treatment but optimal results can take up to 4 months.
CoolSculpting is an innovative way to remove stubborn bulges of fat and create the body shape you’ve always wanted.
How Long Do The Results Last?
Once the fat cells are shed they are gone for good, so the results are long-lasting. However, it’s important to maintain a healthy lifestyle to avoid excessive fat gain in the remaining fat cells.
Am I A Candidate For CoolSculpting?
If you have small to moderate areas of fat that you haven’t been able to reduce with diet and exercise, you may be a good candidate for CoolSculpting. CoolSculpting is intended for use on the abdomen, flanks, thighs, upper arms, back fat, bra fat, submental area (fat under the chin), and fat beneath the buttocks (banana roll). It is not a weight-loss treatment.
Would you like to learn more about CoolSculpting? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.
If you are in the Daytona Beach, FL or surrounding areas, contact Dr. Curtis Schalit for a consultation.
You can reach Dr. Schalit at www.drschalit.com, or by calling (386) 516-5830.