In my teenage years and early twenties, my weight was up and down a lot. I was never overweight, but I did battle with weight gain quite regularly. Back then, it was a “thing” to be curvy, so most of us actually went out of our way to put on some extra weight. So I know what it feels like to carry to feel a heavier than normal. I added weight as normal while pregnant with my twins, and I dropped the weight off quite quickly too, which was good. Only to add a bit more again some years. So I worked on my exercise and diet, and dropped it all off. The point I am trying to make is that I know all about being heavier than you would like, and I know many women and men struggle with being overweight. And that is why I am very happy to hear about this non surgical fat reduction treatment called CoolSculpting.
CoolSculpting is a non surgical fat reduction treatment, that gets rid of stubborn exercise-and-diet-resistant fat. The treatment works by using controlled cooling to get rid of stubborn fat that resists all efforts through diet and exercise. It is an easy treatment with amazing results. The results are noticeable and lasting, and it is so popular at the moment.
Here are 3 CoolSculpting facts you need to remember, just incase you are considering this fat reduction treatment –
It is an easy fat reduction treatment with amazing results
The results are amazing. I watched the CoolSculpting Youtube video, and was blown away by how flat the patient’s tummy became. It was like magic.
No surgery required
This Fat Reduction Treatment is non invasive, has no downtime and only minimal discomfort. There is also no anaesthetic used.
Suitable for all skin types
CoolSculpting is suitable for all skin types. The treatment is suitable for the following areas –
- Belly fat
- Double chin
- Flabby thighs
- Love handles
- Saggy bum
- Back fat
If you struggling with excess body weight in any of these body parts, and you want to get the weight off, CoolSculpting may be the right treatment for you.
Have you heard of this fat reduction treatment before? What do you think? Please share your views (respectfully) in the comments section below.
Thanks for reading.