Cool Off the Fat with CoolSculpting!
- Posted on: Jul 15 2016
Interested in showing those pockets of stubborn fat who’s the boss, but not interested in invasive procedures such as liposuction? Well, maybe you should consider the option of chilling out the fat with CoolSculpting at Saltz Spa Vitoria.
What is CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting is the only procedure that uses controlled freezing to eliminate unwanted fat without surgery or downtime. Worldwide over 2 million CoolSculpting treatments have been performed.
Two Harvard scientists discovered the process that is now CoolSculpting. They were researching how cold from eating popsicles may have affected the development of dimples in some children. They found out that the popsicles had actually killed some of the fat cells, making the dimples. They then applied the same research to fat pockets and found the same held effect true.
This is because fat cells freeze at a higher temperature than the surrounding tissue cells. When the CoolSculpting freezing paddles are applied to the target areas, they deliver precisely controlled freezing into the tissue below. These temperatures only freezes the fat cells, leaving the adjacent tissues undamaged. Fat cells are crystallized and gradually die off. The body then eliminates them naturally.
How much fat does CoolSculpting put in a deep freeze?
Research shows that patients experience a 20% reduction in fat in the treatment areas. Because most people have more than one area they seek to target, most of our CoolSculpting patients opt to have six to eight treatment sessions. Each session lasts around one hour and patients can read or watch Netflix while the treatment is ongoing.
Where can I have CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting can be used really all over the body. The usual target areas are the upper thighs, love handles, lower stomach, behind the knees, and under the chin.
Interested in chilling out your fat this summer? Call either our Saltz Spa Vitoria Park City or Salt Lake City locations and schedule your CoolSculpting appointment.
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