Your Top 5 CoolSculpting Questions Answered


One of the most popular nonsurgical body contouring treatments available, CoolSculpting offers a solution to stubborn fat that doesn’t seem to respond to diet and exercise. However, there are a few things you should know about this procedure to help you decide if it could be right for you.

If you’re thinking about getting CoolSculpting to fine tune your fitness results, take a look at these frequently asked questions about CoolSculpting, answered by CoolSculpting specialist Ashley Blaser. Ashley has been expertly trained at CoolSculpting University (CSU), a training facility located at the Zeltiq headquarters in California, where she received advanced training and hours of hands-on practice and lectures to perfect the art of CoolSculpting. 

1. How do I know if CoolSculpting is right for me? 

CoolSculpting can be a beneficial treatment for anyone frustrated with stubborn fat along the arms, legs, submental area (double chin), or trunk. Potential patients should be in relatively good health, understand the CoolSculpting process, and hold reasonable expectations for the results. CoolSculpting is safe for men and women of any skin type or ethnicity. The procedure is not an alternative to weight loss, however. The ideal candidate will have isolated areas of bulging fat that are resistant to exercise and diet.  

2. Which areas of the body does CoolSculpting work for? 

Coolsculpting can be used to treat many different areas including the abdomen, flanks, upper back, lower back, arms, submental area, male breasts, and inner and outer thighs. There are Six different sizes of applicators that are available, allowing each CoolSculpting treatment to precisely address the individual target area.  

3. How many CoolSculpting treatments will I need? 

Typically, two treatments are needed, though the exact number of treatments you may need will depend on your specific goals and circumstances. Coolsculpting reduces the amount of fat in the area treated by 20 to 25 percent.  

4. What does CoolSculpting feel like? Does it hurt? 

Coolsculpting is a pretty easy and painless treatment. During the procedure, you may experience sensations of pulling, tugging, mild pinching, intense cold, tingling, stinging, aching, or cramping at the treatment site. These sensations subside as the area becomes numb.  

5. What can I do to maximize and prolong my CoolSculpting results? 

Nothing is required, but a combination of cardio and strength training is usually best for maximizing your CoolSculpting results.

Think CoolSculpting could be right for you? Take advantage of our special offers during our event in our Boca Raton office on March 24, 2021. Anyone who is interested in CoolSculpting is welcome to come for a complimentary consultation, which unlocks these one-day only promotions:

For more information, please contact us online or call our Boca Raton office at 561-886-0970 today!

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