20 Jan Why CoolSculpting Will Dominate in the Next Decade
You probably know at least one person who’s had CoolSculpting. It’s the non-invasive, non-surgical option for getting rid of fat for good, and one of the most popular procedures at Spectrum Dermatology. More and more people are opting out of needless surgeries, and CoolSculpting provides a risk-free avenue for sculpting the body you want.
CoolSculpting Fat Reduction Option
Cosmetic surgery will always have a fanbase, but in recent years there’s been a trend towards permanent procedures that forego the risks of surgery – which is appealing to many patients. CoolSculpting quickly became a client favorite, and it’s continuing to trend upwards as the makers of the technology offer even more options year after year. CoolSculpting used to only be available for the most popular areas (like the tummy), but the latest hardware allows for CoolSculpting on your upper arms, thighs, and even under your chin. It’s no wonder this procedure is slated to continue increasing in popularity into the next decade.
Surgical vs. Non-Surgical Fat Reduction
There are inherent risks with any surgery (even with the most qualified surgeons), even relatively minor surgeries like liposuction. Anesthesia is often considered one of the riskiest aspects of any surgery, and it’s required with most liposuction treatments. Plus, although the incisions from liposuction are small, any invasive surgery puts a patient at risk of infection. Liposuction does offer immediate results, but when large amounts of fat are quickly lost, the skin can become lax and sag. Many people are surprised to learn that the recovery time after liposuction can be long. There can be severe bruising that affects mobility, and just like any major bruise, it can take several days to heal.
CoolSculpting features no downtime, no need for general anesthesia or any type of pain reliever, and no risk of infection. Results are revealed naturally throughout several weeks post-treatment, so skin has a chance to adapt to the new, slimmer you. It’s the sculpting treatment that freezes away fat for good and—just like liposuction—when fat is removed, it’s gone for good.
Start Getting Ready for Summer Now with CoolSculpting
Spring break and summer might seem like a long way away, but right now is the perfect time to start sculpting and contouring your body with CoolSculpting. Spectrum Dermatology only offers procedures that are both safe and effective. CoolSculpting freezes away fat through a series of non-invasive, 30-minute procedures that allow you to tackle stubborn pockets of fat and vanquish them for good.
How CoolSculpting Works
The CoolSculpting approach works over several days and weeks after your last treatment. This means your body and skin aren’t “shocked” by a sudden loss of fat. After all, rapid weight loss is what causes the skin to lose elasticity. CoolSculpting lets the body gradually adjust to the new, slimmer you while minimizing the risk of skin sag and droopiness.
If you want to sculpt your body and retain your skin’s elasticity, CoolSculpting might be for you. However, if you’re already thinking about summer vacations and looking your best in a swimsuit, preparation starts now. It takes about six months for the full results from CoolSculpting to show, although many clients start seeing results between two and four weeks after each treatment.
Most clients require between three and five treatments per area, though your CoolSculpting regimen will be customized just for you. Start CoolSculpting right now, and you’ll have the body you want and deserve right in time for those summer getaways. CoolSculpting is fast and easy with no downtime. Each treatment area takes just 30 minutes, making it a popular procedure for lunch breaks or after work.
We all have one of a kind fat distribution. Diet and exercise can certainly reduce the size of those fat cells, but as every trainer will tell you, there’s no such thing as spot reduction through training. When CoolSculpting freezes away fat, it’s gone for good and will never come back. It’s also one of the only surgical alternatives to spot reduce while contouring, so you can keep the curves you want and get rid of small fat areas that won’t otherwise budge.