Non-invasive fat reduction treatment (as seen on Channel 9s "Today Show" and Channel 7s "Today Tonight")
CoolSculpting® is a revolutionary, non-invasive treatment to gently and effectively reduce fat in targeted areas of your body, resulting in noticeable fat reduction. This advanced cooling technology directly targets and eliminates fat cells.
Unlike traditional invasive surgical procedures, CoolSculpting® is non-invasive, which means no needles, no incisions, no anesthesic, no pain, no recovery time. Treatments take just 1 hour of your time.
During a treatment, a non-invasive applicator delivers precisely controlled cooling to target and eliminate fat cells in specific areas of your body. When fat cells are exposed to cooling during the CoolSculpting® treatment, it reduces the thickness of the fat layer, causing the fat cells to break down and begin the process of elimination via the liver and kidneys.
The results of CoolSculpting® are not as dramatic as invasive procedures like liposuction, however this new pain-free, risk-free treatment results in a gradual reduction in fat bulges which is visible in the majority of patients in approximately 3 months. Most patients notice a difference when wearing clothing that was once snug, and now feels ‘loose’.
Ideal candidates for CoolSculpting® treatments are relatively fit (within 5 to 10 kg of their ideal weight) but have some modest-size fat bulges that are not easily reduced through diet and exercise. They are seeking spot reduction for specific areas of fat, but are not considering a surgical procedure. CoolSculpting® is not a way to lose weight or treat obesity, and it is not a substitute for invasive methods like liposuction.
To arrange a no obligation free assessment with our CoolSculpting Team Leader, please email us today.
See our Patient Care Information to learn more about post-treatment.
Before and after photos are examples of results which may be achieved from CoolSculpting® treatments. No results are guaranteed, either express or implied. Individual results may vary.