CoolSculpting: The Basics That You Should Know

Ever heard of CoolSculpting as a method of lessening and/or removing unwanted body fats? Maybe you have heard of it but really don’t have a good grasp of what it is, how it’s done, or if it is even applicable to your particular situation. In this article, you will be provided with some salient information regarding CoolSculpting so you can properly decide if it’s what you need.

First of, CoolSculpting is a non-invasive, body-shaping technology used to eliminate around 20-25% of treated body fats for good. Sounds interesting? Yes, it is. Likewise, it targets stubborn body fats from areas that usually bother people the most. These areas are properly approved by the FDA as allowable areas that can undergo this technology. Simply put, the process is to freeze stubborn fat using applicators on chosen FDA-approved body areas and then kill it for good. These FDA-approved areas include the following: fat bulges under the chin and jawline areas, thigh fat, fat bulges in the abdomen, flank or side area fat, back fat, bra area fat, and under the buttocks fat.

CoolSculpting technology was developed, tested, and refined for many years by experts in the field. It didn’t just appear, so to speak. The process is called Cryolypolysis. This technologically proven body-sculpting method literally freezes and then kills those unwanted fat cells. Sounds great, right? But, is it for you?

People who are near their ideal body weight or even those who are already at their ideal body weight and want to lessen some body fat on one or two areas can go for CoolSculpting. However, it is not a hundred percent ok for everyone. There are some ailments that won’t allow the use of these procedures. For better understanding and for checking, better ask your doctor if CoolSculpting is right for you.

With regards to the procedure itself, you will experience any and all of the following sensations in the treatment site: pulling and tugging, coldness, cramping, tingling, some aches and stings. These sensations will dissipate as numbing in the area occurs. Also, after the procedure, expect common side effects on the treated area such as redness, swelling, bruising, tingling, itchiness, and skin sensitivity.

Take note, CoolSculpting is not a treatment for weight loss but simply a body-sculpting procedure that can be taken. Interested in this technology? Check out and/or contact Cienega Med Spa for further queries and learn how to avail their offered services regarding CoolSculpting.