If you are self-conscious about stubborn fat bulges and would like to remove them without surgery, you may want to consider CoolSculpting. CoolSculpting freezes away fat from areas you would like to be slimmer and trimmer, in as little as 45 minutes. But now you can do it twice as fast with DualSculpting. But when it comes to DualSculpting vs CoolSculpting, which is best for you.

No surgery and no scars with CoolSculpting

CoolSculpting uses a system of controlled cooling to freeze and destroy fat cells. It is a completely non-surgical solution which means there is no anesthesia, and there are also no incisions or scars. CoolSculpting is FDA approved for treating various parts of the body including the abdomen, flanks, submental area (below the chin), bra fat, back fat, fat beneath the buttocks, and upper arms.

How CoolSculpting gets rid of unwanted fat

CoolSculpting applies cooling temperatures to the treatment area and precisely targets the underlying fat. The device freezes fat cells without harming the surrounding cells or tissue, as fat cells are more vulnerable to cold temperature. Exposure to the cold causes the fat cells to crystalize and die, and they are then gradually flushed from the body over the course of several weeks. Once the fat cells are removed, there will a noticeable change in the body contours, resulting in a slimmer, more toned appearance.

CoolSculpting is not painful, but patients will feel cooling sensations in the treatment area for the first few minutes, until the area goes numb. After that time the procedure is quite comfortable. CoolSculpting effectively reduces fat by 20-25%. Some changes can be seen about 3 weeks after treatment, but final results can take up to 4 months to show.

Since CoolSculpting is a completely non-invasive solution there is no downtime after treatment, so patients can return to normal activities immediately.

What is DualSculpting?

DualSculpting is the same great CoolSculpting treatment, but better. DualSculpting refers to the use of two CoolSculpting machines at the same time. The procedure is performed in the same way as the standard CoolSculpting treatment, but the machines are used to treat two different areas. Patients can expect the same excellent results they get with CoolSculpting, but DualSculpting is a more efficient option.

DualSculpting or CoolSculpting, which is best for you?

If you are treating the thighs or flanks then two CoolSculpting machines are certainly better than one. Treating the thighs with CoolSculpting would normally require two sessions, since the device can only treat one side at a time. But DualSculpting has changed all that, because it allows providers to tackle both the left and right thigh at the same time. That’s why it’s the better option for treating multiple areas.

Treating two areas at once with DualSculpting means a reduction in total treatment time, and this makes the procedure less tedious. Whereas with CoolSculpting patients have to treat the thighs in 2 sessions, they can be done at the same time with DualSculpting. So if you are looking for a more flexible body contouring option that will save time, DualSculpting would be the right option for you.

However, if you are treating a single area such as the fat below the chin, CoolSculpting is definitely the best option for you.

Are you a good candidate for CoolSculpting?

If you have stubborn areas of fat that don’t respond to diet and exercise you may be a good candidate for CoolSculpting. Candidates for CoolSculpting should also be near their ideal weight, as the procedure is not designed for people that are obese. Clients that have a lot of weight to lose should undergo weight loss before having CoolSculpting treatment, as it does not help with weight loss.

Although CoolSculpting is a non-surgical treatment with few risks and no downtime, patients considering the procedure should be generally healthy. In addition, women that are pregnant are not good candidates for CoolSculpting.

Are you ready to lose that unwanted fat with CoolSculpting or DualSculpting?

If you are in the Indianapolis, IN area, contact Fundamentals Med Spa for more information on the procedure.

You can reach them at www.fundamentalsmedspa.com, or by calling (317) 222-7546.