Debunked: 3 Myths Surrounding CoolSculpting
- Posted on: Oct 15 2016
CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure designed to get rid excess stubborn fat around areas of the body including the upper thighs, abdomen, arms, and buttocks. Having gained quite a bit of popularity in the past couple of years, CoolSculpting has many people skeptical because it seems almost too good to be true. And although nothing is perfect, CoolSculpting is a procedure that is pretty close. This article will discuss three common myths surrounding CoolSculpting and the truths that will help you understand it more.
- CoolSculpting is Ineffective
Nothing could be more wrong about this statement. Because CoolSculpting doesn’t deliver individuals with immediate results the way that liposuction does, they often assume that CoolSculpting is procedure that doesn’t work. However, CoolSculpting is a scientifically proven, FDA approved procedure that effectively gets rid of excess, unwanted stubborn fat and delivers results that will blow your mind.
- CoolSculpting is Temporary
Although there are plenty of things out there that are temporary— tattoos, Botox, and even a lot of weight loss plans— CoolSculpting isn’t one of them. By permanently reducing the number of fat cells in the treated areas of your body, CoolSculpting is very much permanent.
However, just because it is permanent, it doesn’t mean that you can eat whatever you want and give up on exercise. In fact, your body still needs to eat a lean diet and exercise frequently in order to maintain its shape.
- CoolSculpting Is Only For Young People
Just because you may not be jumping into that itty bitty bikini anytime soon, doesn’t mean that you aren’t a good candidate for CoolSculpting. Coolsculpting isn’t just for young people in their twenties and thirties who are dying to get back into a bikini— in fact, CoolSculpting is great for healthy adults of all ages.
Now that you know more about CoolSculpting, schedule an appointment with Dr. York Yates today!