Does CoolSculpting Really Work?

If you are looking for a non-invasive treatment for pockets of stubborn fat, CoolSculpting is an excellent choice.  CoolSculpting is a revolutionary fat reduction treatment that uses cold temperatures to freeze away unwanted fat. But does CoolSculpting really work?

Does CoolSculpting really work?

Yes, CoolSculpting really works.  CoolSculpting works based on proven science known as cryolipolysis.  The science of cryolipolysis was discovered by Harvard scientists who observed that children who sucked on frozen popsicles experienced a reduction in fat in their cheeks.  From that observation came the discovery that cold temperatures could be used to selectively freeze stubborn pockets of fat, while leaving the surrounding skin and tissue unharmed.

Numerous reviews have been published in scientific literature confirming that CoolSculpting can effectively reduce isolated pockets of diet and exercise-resistant fat. 

How Does CoolSculpting Work?

When cold temperature is applied to the treatment area it causes the fat to crystallize and die.  The dead fat cells are naturally expelled from the body over the following 1-3 months. 

CoolSculpting reduces stubborn fat in the treated area by up to 25% after a single treatment.  Since fat cells don’t grow back, the results of CoolSculpting are long-lasting.

What Areas Can CoolSculpting Treat?

CoolSculpting is FDA approved for treating stubborn fat in the abdomen, thighs, flanks, upper arms, below the chin, and underneath the buttocks, along with back fat, and bra fat.

Am I A Good Candidate?

If you would like to lose fat bulges in targeted areas you may be a good candidate for CoolSculpting.  CoolSculpting is not a weight loss solution, so it is not intended for people who are obese. 

Are you interested in CoolSculpting?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Rockwall, TX area, Juvanew Medspa is our featured practice.

You can reach them at or by calling (972) 848-6633.

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