What is Coolsculpting?

Many people have been buzzing about cool sculpting and for good reason. Cool sculpting is a revolutionary new procedure that is designed to eliminate stubborn fat that cannot be eliminated by diet and exercise. Cool sculpting actually destroys fat cells in your body without surgery. It is FDA approved and something to get really excited about. Call Jon ‘Ric today for your free consultation to get your personalized wellness plan. 

Want to lose that stubborn fat without going under the knife? CoolSculpting might be for you. The quick, FDA-approved procedure works by freezing a targeted area of fat though a non-invasive applicator, while leaving the outside layers of your skin unaffected.

How does it work? 

Your doctor will place a device on the target areas that pulls the fat bulges in between two cooling panels in order to freeze the fat cells beneath the skin. The treatment takes about an hour, depending on the area that is being treated.

Who is it for? 

Dr. Eviatar told us CoolSculpting is ideal for “anyone who has exercise-resistant, unwanted bulges of fat.” While almost anyone could be considered a candidate for the procedure, Dr. Eviatar said the current applicators are only intended to treat pockets of fat on areas such as the flanks or lower and upper abdomen.

Is it effective? 

According to Dr. Eviatar, “most patients experienced between 20 and 25 percent reduction of fat in the treatment site.” While it takes about two to four months to see a noticeable reduction from CoolSculpting, the end results are said to be long-term and are “ideally maintained by healthy eating and exercising.” If you gain a considerable amount of weight after the procedure, the weight will be evenly distributed to the remaining fat cells in the body. “If there are less fat cells in the treated area, the re-emergence of fat in that area should be less as well,” he added.

Where does the fat go?  

“Your body digests the dead fat cells and clears them through the lymphatic system like any other energy source,” Dr. Eviatar says.  Yes – you pee the fat out.  However, “No cases of painful urination or visible changes in the urine have been reported,” he said.

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