CoolSculpting: Preparation, Procedure, Before and After:-

CoolSculpting is an innovative and futuristic noninvasive fat reduction treatment that doesn’t include needles, anesthesia, or incisions. The procedure works on the principle of freezing subcutaneous fat to the point that the fat cells are decimated by the cooling procedure and consumed by the body. The layer of fat under the skin is the subcutaneous fat.

How does CoolSculpting work?

CoolSculpting comes from the study of cryolipolysis, which uses cold to break down the fatty tissue of the body. By freezing the energy of fat layers, the procedure causes the fatty cells to die slowly while leaving neighboring tissues, nerves, and muscles unaffected. These dead fat cells are filters out as waste by the body in a few months after the treatment.

Procedure of CoolSculpting:-

The Coolsculpting procedure will be performed by a doctor or trained personnel using a handheld device. The device’s nozzles look similar to that of a vacuum cleaner.

During the procedure, a gel pad and applicator will be applied to the targeted area by the doctor. This applicator transmits controlled cooling throughout the affected area. The device is continuously moved over the concerned area. The simultaneous application of cooling and suction will be done. Some clinics that have several coolsculpting machines can treat various target areas in one sitting.

During the overall coolsculpting procedure involves minimal pain.  The sensation of pulling and pinching is very common during the procedure. The affected area is generally massaged by the doctor immediately after the treatment. This massage helps the body to absorb the frozen fat cells effectively thus, this massage could be a little bit uncomfortable for some.

Each sitting usually takes anywhere between two to three hours. During the procedure people frequently read, listen to music, or even work on laptops.

Targeted areas for CoolSculpting treatment:-

CoolSculpting treatment is generally used to reduce fat in the following target areas:

  • Upper and lower abdomen
  • Inner and outer thighs
  • Flanks (or love handles)
  • Arms
  • Chin area (or double chin)
  • Front and back fat

Are there any side effects?

Being a non-invasive procedure, CoolSculpting is very safe. Common side effects during the procedure may include:

  • Sensations of intense cold
  • Tingling
  • Stinging
  • Pulling
  • Aching
  • Rampin

These all side effects should all subside once the target area is numb.

After the treatment one may experience the following temporary side effects. These generally go away in a few days after the treatment. These side effects include:

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Tenderness
  • Aching
  • Cramping
  • Skin sensitivity

After CoolSculpting, What to expect?

It will take very little to no time for recovery after a CoolSculpting treatment. Most people resume their day-to-day activity immediately after the procedure is done. In a few cases, there may be some minor soreness or redness in the treated area.

Coolsculpting is a futuristic and innovative that gives a great option to someone looking for slimming treatment. It may need more study and research to make this process more effective and simpler but as if now it is one of the best treatment for weight loss.

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Preeti Seth Managing Director and Founder of Pachouli. A nutritionist & cosmetologist by profession with a profound experience of more than 20 years in the field of health and wellness. She believes that Knowledge, Awareness, Balance and Strength are need to be in Harmony to achieve overall health and well-being She has combined her entrepreneurial experience and knowledge of Fitness & Wellness to establish Pachouli. Pachouli an initiative that aims to curate and promote wellness. Through this venture, she aims to foster a special connection between Pachouli and guests globally to ensure journey to be a personalised one.

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