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Start CoolSclupting® Now and Have the Body You've Always Wanted by Summer

You’re ready for the great outdoors and all of the joys of summer, including long walks, biking, swimming, and playing sports. But whether you put on a few pandemic pounds or you’ve carried a bit of excess weight for years, you’re not quite satisfied with your figure.

When diet and exercise alone aren’t enough to trim the fat, CoolSculpting® comes to the rescue. CoolSculpting is a non-invasive body sculpting technique that gives you control over your physique. That’s why almost 400,000 women and men in the United States chose non-invasive body contouring in 2019 alone. 

At Dermatology Institute & Skin Care Center, our dermatologists and skin experts know that beauty is more than skin deep. That’s why we offer CoolSculpting® to beautify what’s under your skin, too, removing excess fat and sculpting your ideal form. 

If you start now, you’ll be ready for summer.

How coolness makes you sleek 

CoolSculpting is an FDA-approved treatment that uses a patented process called cryolipolysis to “freeze” away your fat. By lowering the temperature of fat cells to the point where they cannot function, the CoolSculpting treatment devices remove up to 25% of excess fat in the treatment area.

We recommend CoolSculpting to our clients who have resistant fatty bulges that stay put no matter how much weight you lose or how fit you otherwise are. 

These types of fatty bulges are usually genetic and won’t respond to dieting or exercising. Instead, you must destroy and remove excess fat cells from genetically determined pockets of fat, such as:

CoolSculpting isn’t a weight-loss technique, though. You lose inches of fat, but not pounds. You should already be at a healthy, stable weight before choosing CoolSculpting.

No downtime or pain

CoolSculpting’s cryolipolysis is a totally non-invasive way of destroying unwanted fat cells. Unlike liposuction, which requires incisions and healing, we don’t have to make even the tiniest cut in your skin to remove your fat. Instead, we place variously sized CoolSculpting treatment paddles and devices on your fatty areas. 

Each CoolSculpting session lasts about 35-60 minutes. Afterward, you may feel a little tender or swollen, but you should be able to jump right back into your normal routine. You can hit the beach, the home gym, or just get back to your busy schedule.

You can treat more than one area at once during a single treatment session. When you freeze and destroy excess fat cells, your body eliminates them through normal excretion. Once the dead fat cells have left your body, they can’t come back or regrow. You finally have that sleek abdomen or thigh gap that you’ve craved.

Experience gradual results

Because CoolSculpting works with your body’s elimination process, you won’t see your results right away. Instead, you’ll notice gradual changes over the next 1-3 months as your body excretes the fat cells. That’s why you need to start CoolSculpting now to get the results you want by summer.

After CoolSculpting freezes your fat, your lymph system gradually breaks down the destroyed fat cells. Eventually, you excrete the debris through normal elimination processes. 

You may notice a difference within a few weeks after your first treatment, but you’ll see significant results by the 3-month mark.

Most women and men need up to three sessions for optimal results.

To start shaping up with CoolSculpting, call our Santa Monica, California, office or send us an online message today.  

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