Starting in 2010, but really hitting the United States heavily, CoolSculpting has become a popular treatment for both men and women of all ages. CoolSculpting is a treatment preferred to destroy surviving fat cells and those cells typically don’t return. The permanency is all dependent on the consumer’s diet and well-being of their body. CoolSculpting is permanent when the body is taken care of and nurtured.
Am I a candidate for CoolSculpting?
This procedure wasn’t designed to lose weight, and the best candidates for this course of action are people with a BMI (body mass index) of 30 or less. You want to be looking for pinchable fat, this fat is harmless but is obviously frustrating. This Subcutaneous fat lays above your muscle wall, usually your love handles or upper arm areas. Make sure you have at least an inch of fat that is pinchable because any less than that is more than likely lax skin. This doesn’t exclude you from getting CoolSculpting
The more dangerous fat that CoolSculpting doesn’t target is visceral fat. This is the fat that lays under your muscle wall and can be threatening to your health.
How to achieve the best results with CoolSculpting?
To achieve maximum results from CoolSculpting also falls back on having a healthy diet. CoolSculpting kills and eliminates fat cells, but only gets rid of about 25% of the targeted area. So going home after the treatment and eating junk food can cause the remaining fat cells to expand. Eating smaller and more frequent meals is a protocol for the best outcome; snacks should be veggies, fruits and protein.
Depending on health or injury restrictions, exercising is a great way to keep your results. Your body breaks down fat cells by elevation of heart rate during physical activity.
How Long Does CoolSculpting Treatment Take?
The procedure of CoolSculpting usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour depending on what treatment you schedule. Coolsculpting candidates’ experience results in as few as a single session. However, the best results come after multiple sessions spread out over several weeks.
Types of Body Sculpting Procedures
There are 2 different types of Sculpting procedures, surgical and non-surgical. If you’re just looking to lose that “inch of fat” , non-surgical is the route to go. If you are struggling with obesity, consult with your doctor on the best route for a surgical procedure.
This procedure is a non-surgical method for contouring your body. The Velashape III, like the CoolSculpting Elite, is designed to eliminate fat and cellulite in the areas exercising cannot take care of. 3 to 4 treatments are protocol for the best results.
CoolSculpting Elite is a beneficial procedure to do away with unnecessary fat. This procedure is non-invasive, meaning there is no cutting, open skin, or blood involved. It is safe and approved by the FDA as the most effective treatment for fat reduction.
Another non-invasive procedure that is frequently used, and is designed to eliminate fat and give men and women the sculpted contour desired. CoolTone tones the abdomen, thighs, and buttocks not only eliminating fat but also allowing muscle contractions that help with muscle toning.
Learn more about CoolSculpting at Glamor Medical, Boca Raton
When it comes to CoolSculpting and body sculpting, Glamor Medical of Boca Raton has raised the bar by taking every patient’s desired goal and making it a reality. All of their methods are affordable, safe, and effective. Alena takes pride in understanding the individual needs of her patients and delivering the youthful appearance they yearn for. Her goal is to help patients feel more beautiful, youthful, confident, and self-assured.