Get Your Bikini Body back with Coolsculpting
For many who maintain a healthy lifestyle, it can be a real annoyance to have spots on your body where fat refuses to go away. Genetics have their own game plan in mind and often don’t respect our workout schedule and low-carb diet the way we think they should. At the same time, invasive procedures like liposuction or laser lipo are a bit too extreme for a bit of fat on your thigh. CoolSculpting gives you a reliable way to overcome genetic limitations without resorting to invasive procedures. It is non-painful, fast working and has minimal to no side effects!
We are going to explore this procedure and see if it can benefit you.
What is CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting is an advanced procedure that takes advantage of the science of Cryolipolysis. It is a non-invasive and non-surgical procedure that uses cold to target and eliminate fat cells in stubborn areas. There is a breakthrough procedure for pinpointing and removing fat under the chin called, in the stomach, the thighs and more.
Dr. R. Rox Anderson and Dr. Dieter Manstein, scientists at Harvard University, developed this simple procedure to help reduce stubborn fat in the body. It is not effective for removing large areas of fat; instead, it contours and improves critical spots on the body.
Those who benefit most from CoolSculpting are those who have already attained their target weight but whose body still retains areas of “pinchable” fat that refuse to burn away. The result is a contour of the body that has impressive results for both a more athletic and youthful look.
What Does CoolSculpting Treat?
CoolSculpting is a tool for reducing small specific areas of fat that refuse to go away with only diet and exercise. This is not a procedure for weight loss; it is to help you lose excess fat. With that said, it can help and improve a huge variety of problem spots.
Most of our bodies like to retain fat in areas like the belly or the hips. This is entirely natural and part of how we are designed. Overcoming this programming requires more than great effort in remaining healthy and fit. The stubbornness of “muffin top” or “love handle” areas is notorious. In fact, the treatment for these areas, were the first CoolSculpting treatments cleared by the FDA. Since its inception cleared procedures have gone on to include many other areas.
Other options include CoolSmooth (an applicator for “non-pinchable” body spots like the outside of the thighs) and the CoolMini which treats chin fat.
Facts and Misconceptions About CoolSculpting
- CoolSculpting does not treat visceral fat. Visceral fat is the body fat around the vital organs and inside your abdominal cavity.
- CoolSculpting is not a tool to reduce body weight.
- CoolSculpting works best for those near their ideal weight.
- Non-surgical; Many people want a non-surgical alternative to liposuction.
- There is little to no downtime for CoolSculpting procedures
Is CoolSculpting Right for You?
Now that you understand what CoolSculpting treats and who founded it, it is time to figure out if you are a good candidate for a CoolSculpting procedure.
- Do you eat healthily?
- Do you work out regularly?
- Are you within 30 pounds of your target weight?
- Are you having issues losing weight in your thighs, chin, hips or lower belly?
- Are you sure you don’t have any excluding medical issues or are pregnant?
If you can answer yes to all of these questions, then you may be an ideal candidate for CoolSculpting!
It would be best if you were not planning on losing large amounts of body fat directly after the procedure, or are at a body weight you have maintained for a decent period of time. You don’t want to be fluctuating in weight by large amounts shortly after the procedure.
Most CoolSculpting patients will receive 1 to 2 treatments per area spaced four or more weeks apart. Patients will begin to see results in less that three weeks and experience full results around 12 weeks.
This quick improvement makes CoolSculpting popular for those with an upcoming event or cruise. In only a few months considerable improvements can be made.
Outside of some minor bruises and numbness (these are very rare) you will have no side effects and will not miss work or any events due to your treatments. Bring a book and relax as the experts get to work.