10 Aug

CoolSculpting Continues to Collect Awards

CoolSculpting has been lighting up the physical enhancement market since its FDA approval just a few years ago. In addition to winning countless new patients with it’s undeniable results, CoolSculpting is also collecting awards.

Best Non-Invasive Fat Reduction Treatment, Three Years in a Row!

Every Year, New Beauty magazine holds a “Best Of” Reader’s Choice Awards, and given the magazine’s reputation as the leading resource for medical spa and cosmetic surgery treatments and procedures, the results can be trusted. For the third year in a row, CoolSculpting was voted the Best Non-Invasive Fat Reduction Treatment, and patients who have received CoolSculpting definitely agree.

As the CEO of CoolSculpting’s manufacturing company said, “It’s easy to become frustrated and lose motivation when stubborn fat does not go away despite a healthy lifestyle. This recognition will hopefully encourage more women to choose the CoolSculpting procedure to eliminate their stubborn fat for good, knowing that our technology has been selected as the best by a trust source like NewBeauty and its readers.”

Incredible Results

CoolSculpting was developed by Harvard scientists to target fat that doesn’t respond to other healthy options like exercise and a balanced diet, like the fat around the bra straps, abdomen, and thighs. It uses a targeted cooling process to permanently kill fat cells underneath the skin. The cool temperatures actually freeze the fat cells to the point of elimination, allowing for a non-invasive procedure that does not require any type of recovery time.

The fat needs time to work its way out of the body, so results usually become visible anytime between three weeks and three months after the treatment. Physicians even report that patients demonstrate a 95 percent satisfaction rate with CoolSculpting, which is a huge accomplishment. The results have led CoolSculpting to become a popular treatment in more than 70 countries around the world, totalling more than 1.5 million procedures to date.