What is the science behind Cool Sculpting?

Many years ago, two Harvard engineers discovered that fat tissue could be selectively targeted and frozen through a process called cryolipolysis. This system showed that surrounding skin cells, muscles and nerves all went unharmed as the fat cells suffered from apoptosis, or cell death. Cryolipolysis was then modified for the cosmetic industry, becoming CoolSculpting, a body contouring technique that has swept the nation and the world.

What happens to the fat cells after they are frozen?

After undergoing freezing, the fat deposits are simply reabsorbed and then flushed out of the body as waste. This happens gradually over time, and results continue to reveal themselves for several months after treatment.

A good candidate for the procedure…

  • Is in good mental and physical health
  • Has reasonable expectations for improvement rather than perfection
  • Is looking for a viable alternative to a tummy tuck or liposuction
  • Has good elasticity in the skin and good skin tone

Poor candidates for the CoolSculpting treatment are…

  • Morbidly obese
  • Have poor skin elasticity
  • Suffer from dermatitis or eczema in the areas to be targeted
  • Have unrealistic goals for their transformation

Benefits of CoolSculpting include…

  • No downtime
  • Non-invasive, non-surgical
  • Contours hard to reach areas of the torso
  • Shapes the hips, thighs, arms and calves
  • Gets rid of love-handles, saddle bags, bra rolls, muffin tops and thunder thighs
  • Succeeds where working out has failed
  • Takes only one hour or less
  • Regular skin cells are preserved while fat cells die
  • Long-term, sustainable results
  • 20-25% of fat cells demolished

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