Celebrities Who Promote CoolSculpting

Celebrities Promote CoolSculpting | Spectrum Dermatology Scottsdale

Celebrities Who Promote CoolSculpting

In February 2018, it was announced that CoolSculpting company Allergan is partnering with Johnny Weir to promote the popular fat-freezing procedure. Weir is an NBC Sports correspondent and former Olympian. At Spectrum Dermatology, many patients are drawn to the non-invasive procedure because of the number of celebrities who have tried and support the procedure.

CoolSculpting Brand Ambassadors Are Raving About CoolSculpting

With Weir behind CoolSculpting, it is the first time a wide-spread audience will be reached. CoolSculpting will be highlighted on television during the morning, daytime, and evening shows and news. Reaching the female-driven primetime demographic will give cable networks the opportunity to make CoolSculpting even more of a household name than it already is.

Weir, a former ice skating champion, has shown his audience what the procedure was like from his perspective. Previously, celebrities like Debra Messing and Molly Sims have also been CoolSculpting brand ambassadors. However, Weir and famed golfer Ian Poulter are CoolSculpting’s first male ambassadors and have the potential to reach that particular demographic. Vice President of Allergan Michael Jafar also points out that Weir already “knows a thing or two about ice and freezing as a two-time Olympic figure-skater.”

Jennifer Aniston is also a fan of the procedure, and an article in InStyle notes that she loves that it’s non-invasive. A fan of laser treatments, Aniston is well-known for her natural beauty and slender figure. Khloe Kardashian has also talked about her transformation with the help of CoolSculpting. According to New Beauty magazine, she has used CoolSculpting to help shape her derriere. Additional celebrity CoolSculpting fans include Mariah Carey and Ali Landry. Landry spoke to E! News, saying, “I always had to wear Spanx to suck it in,” but two months post-CoolSculpting, “I can see my waist again!”

Celebrity endorsements help spread the word and pique interest, but only a consultation with a reputable CoolSculpting expert can answer all of your questions. CoolSculpting is favored by celebrities and anyone who’s busy since the sessions are under an hour and there’s no downtime. Patients who don’t have the time to spend resting and recovering from more aggressive procedures, such as liposuction, often prefer CoolSculpting because they can get up and go immediately after their sessions. Interested in learning more and if CoolSculpting is for you? Schedule a consultation with Spectrum Dermatology today.