No matter how much you religiously diet or exercise, the fat is too stubborn to leave you. And this is where Coolsculpting comes as your ultimate savior. Now, it is only natural for the question to come in your mind that what actually is CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting is an FDA Approved Process
Well, the concept is quite simple to assimilate. Firstly, it is a name given to a procedure called cryolipolysis. It is simply a technology or one can say, a non-surgical treatment which uses controlled cooling to target and eventually kills the unwanted fat cells in your body. During the process and weeks to follow, the fat in your body is naturally processed and eliminated by your body.
The best part about Coolsculpting is that it is proven to be absolutely safe and the results are quite long-term. Moreover, the results are super noticeable making you look great from every possible angle.
Basically, it is a fat-reduction treatment based on the fact that cold can help gently target and eliminate fat cells without causing any serious damage to the skin or surrounding tissues.
Those Who Opt For This Treatment Mainly Do it to Treat The Following Parts of The Body:
Other than these, it is often used to reduce the fat underneath the chin. If we speak of the duration, it takes about an hour to treat each body area. So, yes, you got to be a bit patient with this treatment!
How does one carry out Coolsculpting?
It is done through CoolSculpting systems and specialized applicators which are specifically designed with built-in safety measures for the patient to have a pleasant experience.
If the system happens to detect any abnormality during functioning, such as the skin getting too cold, the system stops or shuts down automatically to avoid any mishap.
One of the most recurring questions is how severe or cold the treatment could get?
As the name Coolsculpting suggests, it does get chilly, but bearable enough and only for a span of 5-10 minutes. It is through an applicator that controlled cooling is generated onto the targeted fat. In addition to the chillness, a vacuum is used alongside an applicator to zap the fatty tissue into the applicator cup to treat it. During this, a patient might end up feeling a pulling, tugging, aching, stinging or a pinching sensation. But then, similar to the chillness, it is only brief and subsides within no time as the targeted area gradually becomes numb.
What about the Downtime?
Another question that is frequently asked is whether this CoolSculpting treatment comes with a downtime.
Well, the answer is a big straight no.
Since this treatment, by all means, is non-surgical, it makes it super easy to return to your routine real quick. Such cool is Coolsculpting that the patient can even drive himself back home following the treatment and one can even resume their office after fully getting done with this treatment! This treatment does not at all make you bedridden and this is the biggest perk one can get out of it.
However, it might leave a patient with swelling or slight bruising. But no worries as it is only short-term and meant to be alright very soon.
Most Importantly, Does it work?
This treatment is indeed effective and worth it keeping in mind that it comes with minimal risks. All one needs to do for it to be fully affected is proper planning. Also, get it done by an experienced professional. If one compares it with the traditional liposuction, Coolsculpting would stand at a higher rank owing to its non-invasive, non-surgical and no downtime properties.
As per the CoolSculpting bible, one can see a visible reduction of about an average of 20 to 24 percent. Also, some might witness the reduction even after six months have passed to the treatment. However, some may even have to undergo more than one session to see results. The results of this treatment, like every other treatment, might vary from person to person.
Also, it works right if you get it right! It is paramount to understand that the body-contouring treatment we all call CoolSculpting is not for everyone.
To be specific, it is not at all a solution to obesity. It is only meant to help remove the small amount of fat on one’s body which resists the other weight-loss attempts such as diet or exercise as we mentioned at the beginning of this post.
Furthermore, people with the following problems are not eligible for this treatment:
– Cold agglutinin disease
– Paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria (PCH).
All in all, it is safe to call it a transformational procedure that can make you feel good and look good