We often hear about how to burn fat, but have you considered freezing it? CoolSculpting (also called cryolipolysis or fat freezing) breaks down stubborn fats in areas like the abdomen, arms, and thighs. These which are difficult to shrink even with diet and exercise. Here are some of the most common questions answered by Trinity Aesthetic Clinic.
How does CoolSculpting work?
Fat is more sensitive to temperature than skin. The machine’s cooling paddles exposes the targeted fat cells to temperatures that break them down while leaving healthy tissues and skin intact.
Can CoolSculpting help remove all kinds of fat?
This fat reduction method is best for small pockets of stubborn fats like flabby arms or the back, a post-pregnancy belly, or chubbiness on the jawline and neck. This is often described as pinchable fat. Thick, firm and large areas of fat may need a combination of body slimming and contouring treatments.
What happens during the procedure?
Patients sit in a chair for about 2 hours as rounded paddles gently suction the skin and fat. There is mild discomfort during the initial cooling sensation but the area usually grows numb as it is exposed to the cold. There are many who end up napping during the procedure.
What results can be expected?
Research has shown up to 25% fat reduction in the area, but that depends on the patient’s age, body, area targetted, and number of sessions. It can take some weeks for the optimum results to be seen.
Also note that CoolSculpting will not make you lose weight, but will slim and contour your shape. for example, the arms look toned or there’s no muffin top hanging over one’s skinny jeans.
Find out more about CoolSculpting!
Meet CoolSculpting Singapore experts at Trinity Aesthetics’ CoolEvent on September 24 and 25. You can ask questions, get a comprehensive consultation and a personalized treatment plan. Find out if this slimming treatment is best for you, or discover other ways you can achieve your desired body shape.
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