Body Parts Coolsculpting Can Target

What Body Parts Can Coolsculpting Target?

Every wonder what body parts Coolsculpting can target? Let’s face it, no one wants to deal with stubborn excess body fat that just won’t budge. If you are working hard on your diet and exercise but still have a problem area or two that just won’t go away, Coolsculpting may be right for you. You may be asking yourself what is Cool sculpting exactly and what body parts Coolsculpting can target?

What is Coolsculpting?

In simple terms, Coolsculpting is a cosmetic treatment that rids the body of excess fat by freezing it away. Sounds a little scary right? You may ask yourself, is coolsculpting right for me? Well, read on.

Scientists discovered that by freezing fat cells it actually destroys them and causes the body to then flush them out over a few weeks or months.

Cool sculpting can be used to target numerous areas of the body as the application wands come in various sizes to specifically tackle specific problem areas. If you live in New York City, we offer Coolsculpting NYC and treat all of these body parts.

Read on to learn more about Coolsculpting and let’s see what body parts can you coolsculpt.

Coolsculpting Chin/Neck

We have all heard the term “double chin” and it is not usually a positive one. The neck and chin is a difficult area to get rid of fat. Most workout plans don’t specifically target the neck and chin area.

It used to be that if you wanted to get rid of your excess fat on the neck or chin, you had to undergo liposuction surgery and if the double chin was accompanied by drooping skin on the neck then you also had a neck lift as well.

These procedures are serious surgeries with many risks and potential complications. Luckily, if you are having trouble with your chin and neck area, Coolsculpting can help without any invasive procedures.

If you are looking to say goodbye to that stubborn double chin, you are no longer left with only surgical options.

Cool sculpting has developed a device that is designed specifically for the chin area, it’s called the CoolMini and it works to contour the chin. As the name suggests, the CoolMini is a much smaller version of the typical Cool sculpting applicator and it designed specifically for the chin area.

Coolsculpting with the CoolMini in the chin area takes about an hour to complete the treatment. Many people are satisfied with their results after just one treatment, however, others may require two treatments to achieve their desired results.

Coolsculpting Love Handles

Love handles refer to the area on the side of the hips that is known for accumulating excess fat. Although the name has love in it, no one loves having love handles.

In fact, there are hundreds of diet and exercise gimmicks that claim to target and get rid of your love handles. The truth is, the love handle area is a very difficult area to target and tone and genetics often play a big role in your love handles or lack thereof.

Even if you work out for hours a day and do every ab exercise possible, you may still find yourself unhappy with this body area. If you are struggling with excess fat on your hips, you may want to consider Cool sculpting to get rid of it.

With love handles or flanks, there are two sides to treat so when considering Coolsculpting you have two options: you can treat one side and then the other or you can treat both sides at once, also known as Dualsculpting. The process of Coolsculpting allows you to double your results in half the time.

Coolsculpting Arms

Another tricky area to tone, especially as we get older is the arms. Our once toned and brawny biceps start to droop and collect fat deposits resulting in the “batwing” effect. Batwings are as undesirable as they sound.

Coolsculpting can be very effective at treating unwanted fat in the upper arm area given that it is actually fat that is causing the problem, not excess skin. Unfortunately, Coolsculpting cannot treat and get rid of excess skin, it is designed to kill fat cells and if you have a lot of loose skin, removing any fat from that may actually make the situation worse. For arms especially, we suggest a detailed consultation with a Cool sculpting professional before pursuing any treatment.

One benefit of using Coolsculpting to treat the problem areas on your arms as opposed to getting liposuction is that the process is gradual. Fat cells are frozen and then gradually pushed out of the body through natural processes.

During this time, the skin has time to adjust and bounce back as the fat is flushed out. With liposuction, the fat is removed all at once and sometimes leads to dropping skin as a result.

Cool sculpting the arms requires the use of a specified applicator called the CoolFit. The CoolFit is designed specifically for longer treatment areas such as the arms. Similar to love handles, there are two sides so you will need to either have two treatments or consider doing DualSculpting.

Coolsculpting Tummy

One of the most popular treatment areas for Coolsculpting is the tummy or abdominal area. This should be no surprise as the tummy is a very common area of excess fat buildup that can be very difficult to get rid of.

Again, genetics can play a major role here. Since the tummy is a larger area, you may need more than one treatment to achieve the desired results or you may also consider Cool sculpting for this area as well.

Schedule a consultation with a certified Coolsculpting professional for an assessment of the best way to tackle your specific tummy area troubles.

Coolsculpting Thighs

Whether your goal is to reduce your “saddlebags” or create a thigh gap, Coolsculpting can help by treating both the inner and outer thighs. Coolsculpting can allow you to treat both thighs at the same time, however, if you are looking to treat both the inner and outer thighs, you will need to schedule more than one session.

Excess fat on the thighs can be extremely stubborn and tough to target. If you are sick of your thighs rubbing together or dealing with saddlebags, Coolsculpting may be the perfect solution for you.

Coolsculpting Breasts

Lastly, a less common but nonetheless important area is the breast area. Coolsculpting in the breast area is often done on men who suffer from gynecomastia or enlarged male breasts.

Coolsculpting is not right for all men who suffer from this condition but it can help to greatly reduce the amount of excess fat in the breasts.

If there is a lot of excess fat, surgery may be the best option for someone with a severe case of enlarged male breasts. Again, consult with a professional to get all of the information to be able to make the most informed decision for you.

Want to learn more about Coolsculpting? Contact us today for more information and to schedule your free Coolsculpting consultation.

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