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About Zeltiq CoolSculpting

What is Zeltiq CoolSculpting?

Zeltiq CoolSculpting

People who are physically fit with stable weight still complain about bulges, rolls, and other small areas of fats they can not get rid of. However, only a small percentage of those people would consider surgery as fat reducing option.

 

What is Zeltiq CoolSculpting?

 

Zeltiq CoolSculpting, known as “Fat Freeze”, is a non-surgical fat reduction treatment that uses controlled cooling to eliminate undesirable fat from the body. CoolSculpting is unique in the way that it permanently destroys fat cells. It is a non-invasive procedure that freezes excess fat cells, causing them to die and gradually be eliminated by the body. The results are proven, noticeable, and lasting.

 

How does it work?

 

Zeltiq CoolSculpting uses cold energy to permanently destroy fat cells. The CoolSculpting machine works by pulling fat bulge into a device that has two cooling plates. The fat then is held by strong vacuum.

The cooling plates of the machine are activated till they reach a specific temperature, where fat cells are vulnerable and die. There is no damage done to your skin, nerves, and blood vessels. Often, the process of Zeltiq CoolSculpting takes an hour for a particular area of your body. In some of the cases, multiple areas can be done to reduce you unwanted fat.

Who is the best candidate?

Regardless of age, those are considered a good candidate for CoolSculpting are within 20 to 30 pounds of their ideal body weight and are maintaining healthy diet and regular exercise. Moreover, there should be noticeable fat bulges deposits in the target area, such as, lower abdomen or love handles. Unlike a number of surgeries, CoolSculpting is not a weight loss solution for overweight people. The ideal candidate understands this, and hence seeks for non-surgical fat reduction techniques. Those who are suffering from the circulatory disorder known as Raynaud’s syndrome, cryoglobalinemia or paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria should not undergo CoolSculpting.

Side effects:

CoolSculpting procedure is h safe when compared to other fat reduction methods. However, any medical treatment, whether it is surgical or non surgical, do have some risks involve. These are some of the common side effects of CoolSculpting:

  • Temporary Numbness
  • Mild Soreness
  • Mild Bruising
The procedure is done under experts’ supervision. Thus, the chances are rare that these risks cause any serious issues. These symptoms are mild, and hence don’t require medication or time off work.

What is the Cost?

The cost incurred for CoolSculpting procedure varies depending on patient’s areas of concern, the number of sessions needed, and the ultimate goals. The average cost of a CoolSculpting procedure is based on the number of cycles or applicators . The  cost of each cycle  is  in between $660 per cycle  up to $1000 per cycle depending on the each clinic location and the level of experience . Each treatment cycle  covers an area of 22cm x 12 cm and it takes  60 minutes to completed. A healthy diet and regular exercise in conjunction with this procedure is highly recommended..

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