Trim trouble spots with CoolSculpting

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

By: Femi Cole

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Getting the body shape we want can be difficult.


Many diets and exercises promise to target fat. They boast of an easy way to get rid of love handles or eliminate areas of belly fat or underarm fat. But you may feel discouraged after trying them and not seeing changes.


We offer a solution to help.


CoolSculpting®, an FDA-cleared non-surgical treatment for fat reduction, freezes your fat. It uses controlled cooling to eliminate stubborn fat that resists diet and exercise.


It’s based on cryolipolysis, the idea that cold can target fat cells without damaging the skin or surrounding tissue.


The treatment takes about an hour. Following the treatment, your body will naturally eliminate the fat cells over the next two to four months.


“The results are permanent and the treated cells are gone for good,” says Janelle Klubertanz, a certified plastic surgery nurse at Plastic Surgery & Skin Specialists by BayCare Clinic. “There’s no downtime following your treatment and full results can be seen in as little as a month.”


CoolSculpting works well for men and women who are near their ideal body weight, but have stubborn fat not easily eliminated with diet or exercise.


“Great areas that CoolSculpting works to treat are the love handles, the muffin top, the bra fat or back fat, inner thighs, outer thighs and that double chin,” Klubertanz says.


To find out more and to discuss your needs, schedule a free consultation by calling 920-288-8240 or request an appointment online.

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