Getting Coolsculpted is the New Trend Now

Getting Coolsculpted is the New Trend Now

Anyone can be a candidate of coolsculpting. The treatment is not based on any particular gender and you can The treatment of 9 separate zones of CoolSculpting is complete, including: belly, flanks, banana roll, thighs, bra fat, upper arms, back, submental (under a chin) and submandibular regions (below the jawline). Many experts said that people always feel so pleased with their new look after going through coolsculpting.

Double Chin and Coolsculpting- What You Should Know

We have some news about COOL! The CoolSculpting treatment of your double chin gives even more advantages. Not only can fat be reduced under the child, but the lax tissue in the treated sub-mental surface can also be increased. Up to 20%– 25% of the fat in the treated region can be lost with a CoolSculpting treatment.

What's happening near the treated region to the skin, nerves and muscles?

The special technology called cryolipolysis is used by CoolSculpting. This technology offers precise cooling and protection by only fat cells and skin, nerves and muscle preservation. The fat cells in our body are frostbite to a higher temperature than our other body. The fat cells can be targeted and frozen and the effects can be optimized.

Is the fat that has been handled well?

The CoolSculpting technology is great because they're gone for good until the treated fat cells get away. However, CoolSculpting is not a cure for weight loss; it is a treatment for the decrease of fat. The CoolSculpting treatment decreases the amount of fat cells in the treated area and your rest will still work as normal, depending on weight gain or weight loss.

How Longevity Aesthetics Can Help?

Our clinic, Longevity Aesthetics and Laser Spa in OKC have experts who can easily perform coolsculpting treatment on men. You need to book a schedule with us prior. Check out our website to learn more about our services.

**Disclaimer: This content is neither a medical advice nor it  imply a doctor-patient relationship.

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