CoolSculpting® is a non-invasive fat reduction procedure that effectively reduces fat in stubborn areas. The process works to contour your body by freezing fat, and the process has no downtime. There have been more than six million treatments administered throughout the world.
What to Expect
During your consultation, a treatment plan will be established that is customized to meet your needs. When the fat reduction procedure begins, an applicator and gel pad will be placed on the targeted areas. During the procedure, you can check your email, read, or browse through your phone.
As the CoolSculpting® device begins to work, you may feel extremely cold, which will only last for minutes. A special applicator will be secured to the treatment area and pull the fat tissue into the applicator cup. When the treated fat cells are frozen, they will be processed and excreted from the body over time.
Each CoolSculpting® session will vary from individual to individual, but most patients can expect the treatment to last for minutes to an hour. In addition, some individuals choose to have more than one area treated during the same session, which can take longer.
When you want to eliminate a small amount to fat, it can typically be treated in just one CoolSculpting® session. For larger areas, such as the stomach, you may need multiple treatments.
What Areas Can Be Treated?
CoolSculpting® machines have applicators of various shapes and sizes that are designed to target specific areas of the body. The most popular areas that are treated with fat reduction via CoolSculpting® are the chin and neck, abdomen, arms, back, inner and outer thighs, and the waist.
Who is a Good Candidate for CoolSculpting®?
CoolSculpting® isn’t weight loss surgery, so it is not a good option for individuals who are obese. The treatment works best on those who have unwanted fat and bulges in specific areas.
If you want to learn more about fat reduction via CoolSculpting®, get in touch with the team at New Image Body Sculpting in Glendale, CA and book an appointment. Contact us today to arrange your consultation!