Wouldn't it be fantastic if you could blast away the fat cells you don't like? While it may seem like a dream, coolsculpting is designed to freeze fat cells just below the surface of your skin, allowing your body to reabsorb them. Here are three reasons you should consider coolsculpting, and why you should make an appointment for a consultation.
1. Eliminate Fat From Stubborn Areas
During coolsculpting, special tools will be attached to your body with stickers, and the fat layer will be sucked gently into the cooling area where the cells will be chilled. Different tools are designed to target different areas of the body, with versions made for inner thighs, outer thighs, underarms, tummies, and even the area under your chin. Coolsculpting allows you to eliminate fat from stubborn areas on your body, while diet and exercise eliminates a small percentage of fat from your entire body.
2. Enjoy A Minimally Invasive Procedure
Unlike other fat-reducing procedures like liposuction, coolsculpting doesn't require patients to go under full anesthesia, which eliminates several risks. Since anesthesia can lower heart rate, it isn't right for just anyone.
However, coolsculpting is a procedure that can be done completely in the office while you are awake, preventing risks. Also, since coolsculpting doesn't break the skin, you won't have to worry about scars or infections. Because coolsculpting is minimally invasive, you can go back to your normal daily activities immediately following the procedure, so you won't have to worry about missing work or time with your family.
3. Treat Multiple Areas At Once
Unlike other plastic surgery procedures, which may need to be done one at a time or grouped a few things at a time, coolsculpting gives you the chance to treat multiple areas at once, which can save you time. For instance, you could have your inner and outer thighs treated at the same time as your underarms, making it easy to enjoy your new beach body as quickly as possible.
If you diet and exercise and you still can't lose the weight you want to, talk with your aesthetician. In addition to chatting with you about your options, these specialists can also help you to understand what to expect during coolsculpting, and which other procedures could help you to achieve your goals. When you sit down with a specialist, ask as many questions as possible so you can learn what to expect during the procedure.