CBS This Morning Show Showcases CoolSculpting
Coolsculpting In The News
Hundreds of thousands of people receive liposuction every year in the United States to slim down and reduce pockets of cellulite, but not everyone is willing to go under the knife for a surgical procedure. Fortunately for them, there is a new body sculpting procedure that is being advertised as a non-surgical alternative to traditional liposuction.
CoolSculpting is a relatively new cosmetic procedure that uses cold to kill fat cells and reduce them from the body. The procedure has received mainstream attention on a CBS This Morning segment that showed the procedure in action and explained that it can produce results similar to those from liposuction after just a handful of sessions. The segment also reported that nearly all the experts who were consulted agreed that CoolSculpting really works as long as it is performed on the right patient.
How CoolSculpting Works
CoolSculpting works by freezing fat cells underneath the skin with a special cool gel pad and a CoolSculpting applicator. The applicator is gently placed against the treatment area where it delivers precisely controlled cooling that freezes fat. These fat cells die and drain naturally from the body. The procedure is completely safe, with patients resuming their regular activities the day of a CoolSculpting session.
To find out more about CoolSculpting or to learn if you are a suitable candidate for the procedure, visit us online at coolsculptingexperts.com.