Get Beach Body Ready with CoolSculpting

With summer fast approaching, many people are beginning to work on their beach bodies. But if you’re struggling to get rid of that last layer of stubborn fat, even with a healthy diet and exercise, there’s a faster way to slim down before swimsuit season. 

CoolSculpting is a popular fat reduction treatment that’s helping patients achieve a trim, toned look. We’re excited to provide it from our trained team here at Hermann Aesthetics and Wellness! 

CoolSculping for an Effortless Beach Body

So how exactly does CoolSculpting work to tone and tighten the body? It uses precise cool laser technology, delivering controlled cooling to the treatment area. This hones in on the fat cells beneath the skin, causing them to freeze and die. In the two to three months following treatment, the targeted fat cells will be naturally removed by the body, leaving the treatment area looking slimmer and more sculpted. 

CoolSculpting Treatment Areas

When it comes to the ideal beach body, everyone differs in their goals. CoolSculpting can be used for a broad range of areas on the body, making it possible to target your individual trouble spots with the procedure. With differently-sized handpieces, CoolSculpting can be used for the following areas:

  • Under the chin
  • Around the jawline
  • Upper arms
  • Bra fat
  • Back fat
  • Abdomen 
  • Flanks
  • Under the buttocks
  • Thighs

Fast, Convenient, and Comfortable Fat Removal

CoolSculpting is ideal for treating areas that aren’t responding to other fat reduction methods, such as dieting and exercise, but CoolSculpting is non-invasive, making it an excellent alternative to liposuction and other invasive fat reduction procedures. CoolSculpting is simple to administer and entirely pain-free, allowing patients to relax, read, nap, and even answer work emails while the treatment is underway. Plus, after CoolSculpting, you can get right back to work and your other daily activities.   

For more information about CoolSculpting, contact our office today.