If you have not been able to reach your body goals through diet and exercise, consider fat freezing. This non-invasive method of permanently destroying fat cells has exploded in popularity recently. There are many good reasons for this, including how effective it is and how easy it is to do.
How Does Fat Freezing Work?
Cryolipolysis is the more technical term for fat freezing. It involves targeting specific fat cells and lowering their temperature to the point that they crystallize and die. Once this has happened, the body steps in and flushes out the fat through the lymphatic system.
It may take multiple sessions of fat freezing in order to reach your desired results. Each session can take anywhere from minutes to an hour or more. How long your sessions will take and how many you will need is something that can be discussed at a consultation.
The device used in the fat freezing process uses paddles with enough suction to separate a section of skin. The fat cells underneath this skin are then cooled down to the point of crystallization.
The Benefits of Fat Freezing
If you have found yourself stuck on your road to your dream body, fat freezing may be the solution you have been waiting for. There are many benefits to this treatment, including:
- It is 100% non-surgical and non-invasive
- It is safe and FDA-approved
- There is no set downtime after your treatments
- Results can be permanent with a healthy lifestyle
- Results develop over time and look very natural
This type of treatment is very effective on the common problem areas people have, including the abdomen, thighs, arms, and much more.
What to Expect with Fat Freezing
This treatment is generally very comfortable. You will be encouraged to relax while it is being performed. You may experience intense cold for the first few minutes, but this fades quickly as the treatment area becomes numb.
If you would like to learn more about CoolSculpting® fat freezing technology and how it can benefit you, make an appointment at Madonna OBGYN and Medical Spa so that a personalized treatment plan can be created just for you. We have offices in Rochester and Geneseo. Contact us today to book your consultation and get started!