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The Body Sculpting Guide
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CoolSculpting Key Facts:
CoolSculpting, or cryolipolysis a cosmetic, non-invasive, FDA-approved method of fat reduction.
This method uses freezing temperatures to destroy fat cells in your body, leaving other cells intact.
CoolSculpting is used to target areas of your body where it is more difficult to remove fat by exercise or diet.
The Coolsculpting Fat Reduction Treatment
The coolsculpting treatment starts with the patient lying down and applying an adhesive over the area being treated.
This works with a single large hand-piece that is placed over the treatment area.
The large hand piece creates a vacuum that pulls skin and fat tissue inside the applicator, which is where the cooling happens.
The fat tissue being treated must stay inside the hand piece for a minimum of 35 minutes for it to reach sufficiently cold temperatures to cause irreversible cell damage to the fat cells.
How Long it Takes to See Results With CoolSculpting?
Once your fat cells freeze, your body will naturally eliminate dead cells.
It may take 1 to 3 months or more for you to see the results, though.
However, Cool Sculpting results last forever because the frozen fat cells do not come back.
Does Coolsculpting Have Any Side Effects?
CoolSculpting is one of the rare body sculpting procedures that has reported side effects.
The treatment itself is mildly uncomfortable but tolerable by most people.
After the procedure, however, patients have reported burns on their skin caused by the cold temperatures.
Patients often experience bruising and a lumpy deformation on the treatment site.
Usually, this bruising/deformation is treated with a post-procedure massage.
How Much Does The CoolSculpting Treatment Cost?
The average full Cool Sculpting Treatment in Miami ranges from $2,000 to $4,000.
Each session can be $700 to $1,500 in the Miami area.
However, the price is based on the body area you want to treat.
Also, some body sculpting spas in Miami have more than one Coolsculpting machine which allows them to do two treatment areas at the same time.
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