If you eat right and exercise on a regular basis, it can be frustrating to be left with stubborn fat pockets. The good news, however, is that you don’t have to live with fat bulges forever. CoolSculpting is a non-invasive body contouring treatment that can help you achieve the slim, toned figure you’ve always wanted.
One of the most common questions prospective CoolSculpting patients ask us is “what areas of the body can CoolSculpting target?” Keep reading to find out!
How CoolSculpting Works
CoolSculpting uses intense cold to freeze away fat cells. During a CoolSculpting treatment, you can expect one of our expert providers to expose your fat folds to above freezing temperatures through a vacuum applicator.
The applicator will naturally kill your fat cells with minimal discomfort. CoolSculpting is a non-invasive treatment, meaning you can return to work and your daily activities right after treatment.
CoolSculpting is a safe and effective way to treat stubborn fat bulges that are commonly found in the abdomen, love handles, back, thighs, arms, buttocks, and even under the chin. If you have multiple problem areas, you can receive multiple CoolSculpting treatments.
After CoolSculpting, you can enjoy a noticeable reduction in stubborn fat bulges and a more sculpted, athletic figure. You may find that your confidence skyrockets and you feel good in and out of clothing. It’s important to note that while CoolSculpting can lead to incredible results, it is not a weight loss treatment and won’t help you shed unwanted pounds. Instead, it can contour your body and help you get rid of stubborn fat cells that are resistant to diet and exercise.
Good Candidates for CoolSculpting
CoolSculpting may be a good option for you if you are at or near your ideal weight and lead a healthy lifestyle. It can help you say goodbye to stubborn fat bulges and help you feel more confident when wearing form-fitting clothing. You should avoid CoolSculpting if you are overweight, seeking a weight loss treatment, and can’t commit to a healthy lifestyle in the future.