The inner thighs and lower abdomen are two of the most difficult places to tone, even when a strict diet and exercise routine is being followed . But a nonsurgical procedure, CoolSculpting, has made the promise to freeze off fat cells in tricky areas — with little to no recovery after.
CoolSculpting is one of the most popular fat-removal techniques in the world because of the many benefits it offers.It is a cosmetic treatment that removes excess fat in stubborn areas. It works by freezing fat cells, killing and breaking them down in the process.
CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure, meaning it does not involve cuts, anaesthesia, or instruments entering the body. It was the most used body sculpting procedure in the United States in 2018.
CoolSculpting is a fat reduction method that targets fat in body areas that are more challenging to remove through diet and exercise. It carries fewer risks than traditional fat reduction methods such as liposuction. However, while it is mostly safe, it is important for people to be aware of some potential side effects.
Sometimes diet and exercise aren’t enough to get the body you want. Stubborn fat can linger even if you eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly.
One of the reasons Coolsculpting is so popular is that the results are permanent, as long as you stick to your diet and exercise routine. No weight loss technique can prevent you from regaining lost weight, but it is not a weight-loss tool- it’s a technique that helps eliminate pockets of unwanted fat from specific places on the body. It’s possible that you could gain the pockets back if you gain significant weight, but as long as you follow your fitness routine, the results are permanent.
According to CoolSculpting the typical cost of its treatment ranges from $2000-4000. However, areas that require small applicators, such as the chin and jaw, may range between $700–900.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons 2020 statistics report shows that the national average cost for noninvasive fat reduction procedures is $1437.