Coolsculpting can contour your body by freezing unwanted fat

If you are looking for a minimally invasive treatment with no downtime and tried and tested results, Coolsculpting could be the treatment for you.

This treatment has gained popularity in the last 5 years as more and more people realise just how effective and easy Coolsculpting is. As a minimally invasive alternative to liposuction, patients can achieve their desired look without the fear of scarring or downtime.

What is Coolsculpting?

Coolsculpting is a fat-freezing procedure which uses controlled cooling to eliminate stubborn fat that can’t be removed through diet and exercise.

The groundbreaking treatment was founded by Harvard Scientists who noticed some children who ate ice blocks got dimples in their cheeks. This led the research to find that the ice blocks were freezing and eliminating small pockets of fat. And thus, the Cryolipolysis, which the Coolsculpting procedure is based, was born.

How does the treatment work?

The Coolsculpting machine targets and eliminates the fat cells by gently freezing the treatment area with controlled suction. Over time the fats cells are crystallised, die and then your body naturally dissolves the fat, leaving your treated area more sculpted.

To see some of the results of this treatment visit Coolsculpting Australia’s website.

Depending on your desired outcome, you may require more than one Coolsculpting treatment. When you discuss your options with Dr Carmen at Aesthetik Profile, she can advise you as to the best way to proceed with treatment.

What results can I expect from Coolsculpting?

This treatment will help those already on their way to their ideal body weight/shape. It is important to keep in mind that this is not a weight loss solution. As a minimally invasive procedure, Coolsculpting is a tried and tested method of removing stubborn pockets of fat.

If you require more extensive treatment, Aesthetik Profile offers weight loss solutions.

To find out more about Coolsculpting and how Aesthetik Profile can help you, please contact us today.

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