Many sessions of CoolSculpting take about an hour and cost about $1,000 per area of treatment. CoolSculping is a fairly new technique, approved only in 2012 by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). While there is only a fairly limited number of independent clinical research studies supporting the technique, according to medical experts CoolSculpting can reduce the generated fat cells in the treatment area almost by 25%.
Most people begin to see the effects in a few days after the procedure but the full results still take 1 to 4 months to reveal.
What Are the Risks?
Although work is still minimal, CoolSculpting is widely considered a healthier, non-invasive form of fat reduction surgery than conventional procedures, such as liposuction.
During the operation most people do not feel anything, apart from a tugging feeling on the skin between the two cooling panels.
Because the operation does not require any cutting, manipulation of the tissues or anesthesia, most people do not need any recovery time and can resume daily activities immediately.
The procedure's only significant side effects appear to be mild, and only occur in the treatment area. Many mild side effects reduce or disappear within a couple of days to weeks after the operation.
However, it is common for the treatment area to experience numbness or lack of sensation for about a month.
CoolSculpting's typical immediate side effects include:
- Pinching feeling
- Minor swelling
- Skin sensitivity
- Mild to moderate Pain
- Muscle cramping
What Are CoolSculpting Benefits?CoolSculpting is an ideal choice for clients seeking permanent fat loss without the invasive complexity or liposuction expenses. CoolSculpting benefits include:
- Clinically validated loss of fat
- Less downtime
- Fast and less painful procedure
- Results are visible within 8 to 12 weeks
- Ability to treat multiple areas, including the chest, thighs, flanks, upper arms, face, and more!
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**Disclaimer: This content is neither medical advice nor it imply a doctor-patient relationship.