The Ultimate Cool Down: CoolSculpting

Coolsculpting Snellville, GAHaving the perfect, slim, and toned body doesn’t come naturally for, well, anyone. Even the most famous supermodels who walk the runway have to stick to a  strict diet and exercise regimen. If you have been trying to lose weight by watching what you eat and exercising regularly, but you still have some stubborn fat that you can’t seem to get rid of, then we may have the perfect option for you: CoolSculpting.

What Is CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting is a body contouring procedure that is designed for people of a healthy weight who need to get rid of stubborn fat. CoolSculpting works by freezing individual fat cells and then over time, the body naturally excretes these fat cells. Unlike liposuction and other body contouring procedures that give patients immediate results, CoolSculpting does take a few months because your body has to excrete the fat cells.

CoolSculpting can be used to treat a variety of different areas of the body like the abdomen, upper thighs, buttocks, and sides.

Why Is It Popular?

Unlike other body contouring procedures like liposuction, CoolSculpting is really popular amongst patients because it is a non-invasive procedure which means that there is no downtime, recovery, or surgery involved. Plus, it’s virtually pain-free, and patients see real results every time.

Losing weight can feel like losing an uphill battle– especially if you are middle-aged. Here at Gwinnett Dermatology, we want you to be successful in all that you do– including losing extra weight. And, with spring break just around the corner, there is no better time to get swimsuit ready than now. If you want to learn more about CoolSculpting and whether or not it’s the right solution for you, schedule a CoolSculpting consultation at one of our locations today at (770) 972-4845.

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