Here’s some heavy news: Plump, portly, rotund or curvy – regardless of which term you prefer, 68% of American adults are at least somewhat overweight. This number represents a six-fold increase since 1950. Most of us know that sedentary lifestyles, a devotion to drive-through, high fructose corn syrup, and an ever-quickening pace of life are largely responsible for the alarming trend. With so much working against our waistlines, self-image and BMIs, it’s good to know there’s a wonderful option to treat the pudge staring back at us in the mirror.
CoolSculpting is a non-invasive fat reduction treatment that safely eliminates stubborn pockets of adipose. It works by freezing and eliminating fat cells in less than cooperative regions of the body where we all store a little extra weight. The process brings about fantastic results for abdominal fat, double chins, love handles, lower back fat, the inner and outer thighs, and below the buttocks.
Although CoolSculpting is simple, extremely safe, and non-invasive, you can’t simply stroll into a clinic and lie down on the fat freezing table and expect to be treated. As with any physically altering treatment, you’ll need to invest some time in consulting with a professional practitioner. Your specific goals will dictate everything from how many treatments you’ll need, to the cost of CoolSculpting.
CoolSculpting, while amazing and revolutionary, is not a one-and-done event. Typically, people undergo treatment several times to achieve desired results. If there are several areas of the body you wish to address, you should also be prepared for multiple visits.
The Consultation Process
At your consultation, you and your technician are going to learn a lot, and things tend to get a little personal. You should show up to your consultation in loose-fitting clothing, and should be prepared to change into a comfy spa robe. Wetsuits, space, suits and three-piece suits are not recommended. Be prepared to be touched, prodded and pinched a bit too – technicians need to assess which parts of your body are going to respond best to CoolSculpting so that an optimized treatment plan and price can be proposed.
Reputable clinics won’t even entertain the thought of performing CoolSculpting without a preliminary consultation. One important reason for this is that not everyone makes a good CoolSculpting candidate. CoolSculpting is not performed on pregnant and nursing women or extremely overweight individuals, for instance. It’s also critical to understand what types of results the treatment can and can’t produce.
If you’ve made the decision to start looking and feeling better, and that CoolSculpting is going to play a pivotal role in that, that’s a great start. Regular exercise and a healthy diet will support the rapid improvements CoolSculpting bestows. You’ve made the first steps toward improved self-image and happiness, now schedule a consultation with trained professionals. Millions of people have gone down the road before you with spectacular results. Contact us to schedule your consultation, and get ready for dramatic, uplifting changes.