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How Does the CoolSculpting Weight Loss Procedure Work?


As more and more people seek the long-term results of fat reducing cosmetic surgery without the hassle of going under the knife, CoolSculpting has emerged as the premier answer.

About CoolSculpting

Having observed a group of children enjoying ice popsicles, scientists quickly realized that the cold popsicles were actually freezing and eliminating the tiny pockets of fat cells present in the children's cheeks. In a medical setting, this process is known as Cryolipolysis. It is this science that CoolSculpting is derived from. Put simply, researchers use Cryolipolysis (and CoolSculpting) to target and eliminate stubborn fat cells without damaging the surrounding skin or soft tissue. 

How Does CoolSculpting Work?

CoolSculpting uses Cryolipolysis to freeze and eliminate stubborn fat cells by delivering precise and controlled cold temperatures directly to the fat cells located just underneath the skin. Much like with the popsicles, CoolSculpting causes these fat cells to crystalize, die and eventually be excreted by the body. Indeed, CoolSculpting is the only FDA cleared nonsurgical, fat-reducing procedure that uses this advanced technology to achieve top quality results.

Long-Term Effects of CoolSculpting

You can expect the results of CoolSculpting to be both visible and long-lasting. This is because the fat cells that are frozen during the CoolSculpting procedure will actually die off and be removed from the body through an all natural elimination process. As such, because the fat cells are no longer in your body, your body will find it much more difficult to generate fat in these areas.

CoolSculpting has been extensively studied by researchers and patients alike. In every test, CoolSculpting continues to deliver only the highest results. To date, the CoolSculpting procedure has been carried out on more than six million occasions with some tremendous success.

The long-term success of this non-invasive procedure continues to draw patients to CoolSculpting. If you would like to add yourself to the list of satisfied CoolSculpting patients, you can find out who your local trained CoolSculpting practitioner is by visiting the official CoolSculpting website. All providers have undergone in-depth certification in the CoolSculpting procedure, so you can be sure that you are in good hands.