We have all tried different ways of getting fit at home, and this may give us some strange ideas that a ‘do it yourself’ project is the right solution. You can do small tricks at home, such as taking a shot of apple cider vinegar in the morning to boost your metabolism. However, this does not apply to procedures, even non-surgical, a trained physician should only do that.
From crunches to v-ups, we are all trying to find ways to get in shape, and sometimes there isn’t a quick fix. CoolSculpting is an amazing and innovative solution to stubborn fat that hides underneath the skin. This non-surgical procedure has an applicator that, for up to 35 minutes, administers precision cooling temperatures from 39 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit, which is just cold enough to freeze fat but not harm the surrounding tissue. You may experience some pulling and tugging as the applicator also provides suction for better application of the cooling feature.
The results can be seen as soon as you stand, but the true results are seen as early as 1 to 3 months after treatment. CoolSculpting has been known to reduce fat up to 25%, which makes it even a more desired procedure than invasive liposuction. After surgery, the body removes the fat cells through its natural process, so you will literally flush the fat away.
This procedure of cryolipolysis is something that many think that they can also do at home because thinking that with just cold temperatures, you can remove the fat. However, that is where the warnings must be given. The cold needed for the process must be maintained for the entire 35 minutes, which causes a problem when dealing with home solutions such as ice packs. The suction that must be achieved for precision and allows the cold to penetrate the fat can’t be accomplished at home while focusing on the cooling temperature at the same time.
We all think to cut costs when thinking about bettering our appearance, but with this non-invasive procedure, it’s essential to trust the professionals. Some injuries from trying to achieve the right temperature are causing damage to the surrounding tissues. With temperatures as low as 39 degrees Fahrenheit, it’s best to use the right tools and talk to a trained physician if you will be the right candidate for CoolSculpting. With fast results and even quicker recovery, it’s no wonder why it is such a popular procedure.