Who is a Candidate for Coolsculpting?

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Who is a Candidate for Coolsculpting?

Do you want to get rid of those stubborn extra pounds or few inches on your waistline? Can you not seem to shake that pesky fat that no amount of exercise and dieting can get rid of? If you answered yes to either of the above questions, you should consider visiting our Vancouver Coolsculpting Centre! Millions of people are looking for an answer to their unwanted fat problem and while many turn to exercise and dieting, some just can’t shake the problem. The alternative lies in the cosmetic industry. Several options are on today’s market but none seem to be growing as rapidly as Coolsculpting. Coolsculpting uses controlled cooling to kill and eliminate unwanted fat cells naturally without harming the surrounding tissue. Coolsculpting is a great option because it’s non-invasive meaning it does not require drugs, surgery, or downtime. However, Coolsculpting isn’t for everyone. Unlike liposuction where large amounts of fat can be removed surgically, Coolsculpting can only achieve results for those within a target weight range. Let’s take a look at exactly what Coolsculpting is, how it works, and who is a good candidate.

What is Coolsculpting?

To put it simply, Coolsculpting is a non-surgical way to lose unwanted fat. The Coolsculpting treatment is the only FDA-cleared, non-invasive fat reduction treatment that uses controlled cooling to reduce or eliminate stubborn fat that resists all diet and exercise efforts. Coolsculpting has become so popular it’s now the #1 non-surgical wait reduction treatment in the world!

How does Coolsculpting work?

In order to fully understand how the process works, it’s important to understand how the idea was created. Coolsculpting is the brainchild of two Harvard scientists who observed that some children who ate popsicles got dimples in their cheeks. These two scientists then realized that the popsicles were freezing and eliminating some of the fat cells. From that came the idea that fat cells could be targeted using controlled cooling without damaging the surrounding cells. The Coolsculpting procedure safely delivers precisely controlled cooling through its patented applicator to gently and effectively target the fat cells beneath the skin. Treated fat cells are then frozen and die before being removed naturally by the body.

Who is a good candidate?

Unfortunately, the sparkling results of Coolsculpting aren’t for everyone. There are a couple of requirements that need to be met in order for Coolsculpting to be applicable. The first and foremost one is the need to be within a certain range of your desired weight. Typically this ranges maxes out around 30 pounds. Additionally, Coolsculpting isn’t a permanent fix to weight loss. You must be willing to keep the pounds off following the procedure. That may take some hard work and dedication but after seeing the results, most people are motivated to keep their new look for as long as possible.

If you are curious about Coolsculpting or want to know if you are a candidate for this terrific fat-reduction treatment that will leave you loving your body and the way you look, visit your local Coolsculpting provider and start living a better life!


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