Cold Sculpt, also known as CoolSculpting, tackles stubborn fat bulges without the use of surgery. This makes Cold Sculpting the #1 non-surgical alternative to Liposuction. This fat-freezing procedure targets the fat cells below the skin surface. It exposes them to precise temperatures causing the fat cells to rupture and die. Next, the body expels these cells as waste. This process is safe, effective, and produces the kind of long-lasting results you will love.
A brief scenario will help you visualize how Cold Sculpt works. First, imagine putting two bowls in your refrigerator. One bowl contains melted butter; the other bowl has water in it. When exposed to cold temperatures, the melted butter turns into a solid while the water just gets cold. This illustrates how our skin, whose cells consist of water can remain protected while exposed to temperatures that freeze subcutaneous fat cells
This theory provides a better understanding of CoolSculpting. The skin will withstand the colder temperature as the fat cells freeze. Once frozen, these fat cells will rupture and die. The body then excretes these destroyed cells as waste. This results in long-lasting fat reduction. These stubborn fat cells are gone and will not grow back.
Fat reduction treatments, like CoolSculpting, does not address weight loss. During weight loss, fat cells never die. They merely shrink. People who lose weight may slip up on their diet or stop exercising. In time their fat cells will re-expand, and they will gain the weight back.
Unlike weight loss, CoolSculpting destroys fat cells. Once expelled from the body, these fat cells are gone for good. You may rest assured these fat cells will not grow back.
Don’t just shrink your fat cells, eliminate them with CoolSculpting. To learn more about this fat reduction procedure, contact Concierge Aesthetics and Plastic Surgery. We are a leading Cold Sculpt provider in Chicago. Fill out the form online and receive a complimentary consultation or call (312) 255-1495 today.
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