Coolsculpting vs DualSculpting: What are the Differences?

CoolSculpting is now hugely popular in the US thanks to the ever increasing demand for non-surgical body contouring treatments.  You have probably heard a lot about CoolSculpting, but did you know that DualSculpting is also available.  Let’s take a look at the differences between them.

What is CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting is a non-invasive fat reduction method in which innovative cooling technology is used to freeze and destroy fat, and sculpt the body.  The fat cells affected during CoolSculpting are naturally metabolized by the body, and removed from the system over the following weeks.  Popular treatment areas for CoolSculpting include the abdomen, flanks, thighs, upper arms, and submental area (below the chin).

What is DualSculpting?

DualSculpting delivers a double dose of CoolSculpting, because it utilizes 2 Coolsculpting machines simultaneously.  DualSculpting makes it possible to freeze fat away from two places at the same time, so it’s ideal for people that have several areas to target (learn more).

CoolSculpting vs DualSculpting: What are the Differences?

DualSculpting is a time saver.  It’s faster and more efficient, especially when treating troublespots like the thighs and arms.  With CoolSculpting these areas would have to be treated in two sessions, since the CoolSculpting applicator can only treat one area at a time.  With DualSculpting, clients can treat thighs or arms simultaneously, so treatment time is cut in half.

DualSculpting provides more symmetric results.  Whereas with CoolSculpting the thighs would have to be treated separately, DualSculpting allows them to be treated at the same time.  Having two CoolSculpting machines running for the exact duration, ensures that the results are similar on both sides.

Would you like to learn more about CoolSculpting vs DualSculpting?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Memphis, Germantown & Collierville, TN areas, Levy Dermatology is our featured practice.

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