How to Know If Coolsculpting is right for you?
- Posted on: Apr 15 2016
With all of these laser and weight loss surgeries available on the plastic surgery market, it can sometimes feel a bit overwhelming to decide which weight loss option is right for you. However, as one of the most popular and innovative weight loss options on the market, Coolsculpting boasts many added benefits. But how will you know if it’s right for you?
If you are looking for a treatment to totally transform your body and help you lose massive amount of weight, Coolsculpting probably isn’t the right thing for you. However, if you are a very active person who isn’t extremely overweight but you struggle with certain target areas, then you might want to consider Coolsculpting. If you’re a good candidate for procedures like Liposuction, then you’re likely a good candidate for Coolsculpting as well. Just make sure you schedule an in-depth consultation with your doctor in order to make sure that Coolsculpting will give you the results that you desire.
What Kind of Results Do You Want?
Another one of the biggest things to consider when deciding if Coolsculpting is the right procedure is for you, is what kind of results you want. For instance, unlike some more invasive procedures in which you will see results almost instantly (after swelling subsides), Coolsculpting takes around 2-4 months until you start seeing results. So if you’re wanting a quick way to tighten up in just a few weeks, you might want to consider a different type of procedure.
However, one of the best things about Coolsculpting that keeps people recommending it to all of their friends, is that results are permanent. Because your fat cells are frozen and then melt away, they will never reproduce. But that doesn’t give you an excuse to eat a bunch of Twinkies and sit on the couch all day, a healthy and toned body still takes a lot of work.
Coolsculpting is a weight loss treatment that is designed to melt fat away and give you a slimmer looking physique, however, it is not for everyone. If you are interested in learning more about Coolsculpting, contact our office today!