The ins and outs of CoolSculpting
Spring is almost here, which means it's time to put away all your boots, thermal underwear, and bulky sweaters until next year. As temperatures begin to heat up, you'll want to look and feel your best for summer. That's where CoolSculpting can help with your aesthetic goals.
A non-surgical fat reduction procedure, CoolSculpting freezes fat cells using controlled cooling technology without harming the surrounding tissues. During treatment, fat cells are crystallized and die off, and then the body eliminates them over the next few months. With each CoolSculpting session, patients experience up to a 25% reduction in fat cells. Best of all, these results are permanent.
Here's why you should start CoolSculpting NOW
Though the CoolSculpting procedure itself is quick, it can take months to see results. That's why you should consider starting now to reach your goals just in time for summer. Within a few days following your treatment, your immune system will begin eliminating the targeted fat cells. While some begin to notice results as early as four weeks, most patients begin to notice them closer to eight weeks post-treatment, with full results visible around the three-month mark.
Another reason to think about beginning CoolSculpting treatments as spring starts is because, to get ready for summer, you may need multiple rounds of treatments to the same area to reach your aesthetic goals. The soonest you can re-treat the same area is one month, so there is no better time to get started than now!
Welcome summer with CoolSculpting
Bottom line: if you're looking to use CoolSculpting treatments to look and feel your best in time for summer, you should start the treatment process in early spring. This is because it takes between one and four months to begin noticing results. Since additional rounds of treatment may be required to reach your desired results, it’s best to allow time for multiple sessions. To learn more about CoolSculpting, visit LaserAway, the nation's leading aesthetic dermatology provider, here.