The science behind CoolSculpting

CoolSculpting is a FDA approved treatment meant to reduce the fat cells by using cooling technology which will not require any downtime. Reduction in the fat cells at the treated area will provide noticeable and lasting results which help you to feel and look your best.

When you have tried a strict diet and intense workout but you are not able to get rid of the stubborn fat, then you can get help from CoolSculpting. The treatment is done by someone who has mastered the technology in order to administer the procedure which is safe and also comfortable. This provides results which you will like. With just one treatment, you will be ready to achieve a toned and sleek body.

How CoolSculpting works

CoolSculpting is based on science. The fat cells will freeze at low temperature compared to the tissue that surrounds it. The technology helps to target the fat cells under the skin which will cool them and result in fat cells to die naturally. The process is called cryolipolysis and it means that the frozen fat will die. Since the fat cells can crystallize faster compared to normal cells, the nerves and skin will not be affected in any way.

As time passes, the treated fat cells can shrink and die. The body will metabolize them naturally and it will eliminate dead cells while leaving a sculpted body. Contrary to exercise or diet where the fat cell will only be reduced, when the fat cells die and get eliminated, they will be eliminated for good.

With every session, you can decrease the fat cells up to 20 percent. Every additional treatment will enhance the results and it will reduce another 20 percent of the fat cells during each session.  

CoolSculpting compared to liposuction

Liposuction is a surgical procedure and it requires the person to get general anesthesia. It works by using large tubes in order to pull away the fat from the area that is being targeted and you will see your results at once. Since this is an invasive treatment, you will have to wait for two weeks before you can go back to your job.  However, with CoolSculpting, you will not need any downtime since there is no surgery involved.



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