What is Coolsculpting?
The unique CoolSculpting fat-freezing technology is a non-surgical, scientifically proven way to reduce pockets of fat in trouble spots such as the abdomen, flanks, or under the chin in as little as one session. A free consultation is necessary to receive an accurate estimate.
CoolSculpting’s fat-freezing technology gives long-term results that make trouble spots a lot less troubling. Fat cells don’t like the cold and at a certain temperature they will freeze. Once that happens, the body will naturally eliminate the dead cells in 2-6 months or more, resulting in up to 20%-25% reduction of fat in a treated area.
CoolSculpting is FDA-cleared to treat 9 different areas of the body:
- Bulges Under the Chin and Jawline
- Bra Fat
- Back Fat
- Underneath the Buttocks (Banana Roll)
- Upper Arms
how it works
HOW LONG IS THE SERVICE?
A CoolSculpting treatment session typically lasts between 35-60 minutes. However, the exact duration of a CoolSculpting session depends on the size and number of areas being treated. A consultation with a licensed healthcare provider is recommended to determine the exact treatment time for an individual’s needs.
WHAT IS THE RECOVERY TIME?
CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure and typically does not require any downtime. Most people are able to return to their normal activities immediately after the treatment.
WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS?
Results from CoolSculpting can typically be seen as soon as 3-4 weeks after the treatment and continue to improve over the following months. Final results are usually visible after 2-3 months.
What to expect after …
After CoolSculpting, people can generally expect:
- No downtime or recovery time
- Temporary redness, swelling, tenderness, or mild pain, which typically resolve within a few days
- Gradual improvement in the appearance of treated areas over the following months
- Final results that can be visible after 2-3 months
It’s important to note that CoolSculpting results can vary from person to person and can be influenced by individual factors such as age, lifestyle, and the number of treatments received. It’s always best to consult a licensed healthcare provider for a personalized assessment and to determine the best course of action for individual needs and goals.