Does CoolSculpting Work?
Have you heard of CoolSculpting yet?
If you haven’t, then it’s time to meet the non-invasive body contouring procedure that’s taking the cosmetic world by storm. CoolSculpting is an FDA-approved treatment that uses the power of freezing energy to kill stubborn fat cells. The the body begins removing them via metabolic processes. Each treatment takes about an hour per body area to perform and is an excellent solution for stubborn fat that won’t respond to diet and exercise.
We know what you might be thinking. Sure, that’s great – but does CoolSculpting actually work?
The Science Behind CoolSculpting
You’ll be happy to know that the answer is a resounding yes! In clinical trials, CoolSculpting has been shown to reduce fat cells by up to 24% in a treatment area. That means CoolSculpting can help produce noticeable inch loss, as well as help you fit better in your clothing.
The reason why CoolSculpting is so effective is because the tech’s freezing energy is able to penetrate the dermis to target stubborn fat cells clustered below the surface. The CoolSculpting device combines this freezing energy with vacuum technology, which helps bring the treatment area up closer to the device for better results. Patients may feel this freezing sensation during the procedure, but it shouldn’t be uncomfortable.
What to Expect From Your Results
Results from CoolSculpting treatments may take a couple of months to appear, depending on the number of procedures you undergo. Most patients experience slight swelling for the first week or so. You’ll begin to notice inch loss after awhile, making it easier for you to fit in your favorite clothes.
CoolSculpting cannot prevent the formation of new fat cells, so it’s important for patients to continue a healthy diet and exercise regimen to maintain their results.