Freeze away stubborn fat with CoolSculpting.
CoolSculpting is a less-invasive, non-surgical procedure to reduce stubborn fat safely and effectively. The CoolSculpting procedure uses fat-freezing technology to lower the amount of fat cells in the treatment areas.
Many people struggle with stubborn fat despite following a healthy routine of diet and exercise. Even with regular workouts, it can be difficult to reduce fat bulges.
CoolSculpting works well for people wanting a thinner body part because the procedure freezes fat cells from specific parts of the body that are found troublesome in appearance
CoolSculpting can be effective for the following areas:
- Flanks (Muffin top or love handles)
- Outer thighs
- Inner thighs
- Bra fat
- Back fat
- Lower buttocks/thighs (Banana roll)
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is a good candidate for CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting gives excellent results for a wide range of body types and ages, for both men and women. The procedure is designed for fat that is difficult to remove with diet and exercise. CoolSculpting is not recommended as a treatment for obesity.
What does CoolSculpting involve?
CoolSculpting does not require any incisions or injections. The applicator delivers focused cooling on the outside of the body to the targeted area and destroys the fatty cells. Once the fat cells have been destroyed, they gradually breakdown and are naturally removed from the body. Once they are removed from the body, those same fat cells cannot return or enlarge with weight gain.
Most people notice results a few days after the procedure, but it often takes 8 to 12 weeks for the full results to show. For many people, the results are better and last longer than other non-surgical fat removal methods.
What should I expect following CoolSculpting?
Because CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure, most people do not need any recovery time and can immediately resume normal activities. Common side effects include brief redness, bruising and numbness to the skin of the treated area and normally go away within a few days to weeks after the procedure.