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Do you remember last year, when I shared about my experience with the CoolSculpting® procedure? I’m back sharing about their new double chin treatment via this sponsored post written by me on behalf of CoolSculpting®.
If you are new to CoolSculpting, it is the first and only completely non-invasive, clinically proven, safe and effective way to freeze away unwanted fat cells under the chin without needles, surgery or downtime. This procedure provides patients with a new way to eliminate their double chin, for good.
I’m so happy to hear that it is now available and that most patients who undergo the CoolSculpting procedure on the double chin will only require 1-2 treatments. From those treatments, they can expect an average fat reduction of 20%, which is in line with CoolSculpting treatments performed in other parts of the body. The most dramatic results are typically observed 1-3 months after treatment. This was exactly the case with me. It took me the full 3 months to see the complete results and I ended up losing 10 inches. I can only imagine how dramatic the results would be in my chin!
The actual CoolSculpting procedure includes the use of non-invasive applicators that deliver precisely controlled cooling to the treatment area to specifically target underlying fat, leaving surface skin and other surrounding tissue unaffected.
The technology was developed by Harvard scientists and is based on science of Cryolipolysis®, a process demonstrating that when fat cells are exposed to extreme cold, they die, and are naturally eliminated from the body for good. I still can’t get over how awesome of an option this is and what a great discovery they made.
The CoolSculpting procedure is available through an elite network of CoolSculpting centers worldwide. The complete list of licensed dermatologists, plastic surgeons and leading aesthetic practices offering the CoolSculpting procedure can be found on CoolSculpting.com. You can also easily make a CoolSculpting Consult Request there too.
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CoolSculpting®.