How Many CoolSculpting Treatments Do I Need to See Results?

When it comes to looking your absolute best for the upcoming holiday season, you’re on your very best behavior. You’re investing in better skincare, eating veggies and lean proteins. You’re even sneaking in time at the gym whenever possible.

Maybe that’s why you’re so confused as to why you’re not losing those inches around your waistline!

Stubborn fat can be a major bummer, especially when you’ve been working hard to whittle down your size. That’s why you may be interested in CoolSculpting, an FDA-approved, non-surgical approach to losing inches and fitting more comfortably in your favorite outfit.

How CoolSculpting Works

CoolSculpting works by cooling the layer of fat under the dermis to a very precise temperature, making this procedure incredibly safe. Underneath the dermis is where the thickest layer of fat cells is present. The cooling process crystallizes these fat cells, causing significant damage to the outer cell walls. Since fat cells freeze at a much higher temperature than the rest of the body, they are the only cells effected. Over time the damaged fat cells begin to deflate and wither away, causing a reduction in size. When this process is repeated with multiple treatments, the result is noticeable inches lost at the treatment site.

When Will I Start Seeing CoolSculpting Results?

If you’re wondering how many CoolSculpting treatments you need to see results, the answer might surprise you. Most patients require 1-3 CoolSculpting treatments; the final number will largely depend on the area being treated and your goals for fat reduction. Every treatment is customized to you and the area you would like treated.

Once you’ve finished your CoolSculpting regimen, you should start seeing results in about 8 to 12 weeks.

*Individual Results May Vary.

Take the Next Step

Want to learn more about CoolSculpting and how many treatments you need to see results? Schedule a consultation at Colorado Skin & Vein in Englewood, CO. (303) 683-3235

Similar Posts