woman blowing snowflakes

woman blowing snowflakesThe winter season can bring to mind some rather pleasant imagery: crackling fires, cozy sweaters and hot cocoa. Of course, it can also make us think about some of the less pleasant parts of the season. Like being really, really cold! Cold is not always a bad thing, though. In fact, it’s the driving force behind one of the most exciting body contouring treatments in the beauty industry.

Finally, Freezing with a Purpose

While cold temperatures might generally just make you yearn for July, using cold in the right way can have some pretty incredible results.* CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure based on the science of Cryolipolysis. During a treatment session, carefully controlled cold temperatures are applied to problem areas on your body. This freezes unwanted fat cells, which then do what you always hoped they’d do. They die. CoolSculpting is a “lunchtime procedure” that requires no downtime and generally produces little or no discomfort.

Winter and CoolSculpting Make a Good Pair

Freezing away fat with CoolSculpting could be the best cold-related thing ever.

While anytime is a great time to kill off unwanted fat cells, winter may be the best time to schedule your CoolSculpting sessions. It takes several weeks for the results of CoolSculpting to develop as the dead fat cells make their way out of your body. What better time to hide away in layers of warm clothes while your body sheds fat than winter? By the time the weather warms, you’ll be ready to flaunt your new low-fat figure.

*This information is for education only, and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.


Take a Cue from Winter & Let CoolSculpting® Freeze Your Fat
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Take a Cue from Winter & Let CoolSculpting® Freeze Your Fat
Curious about CoolSculpting benefits? Dr. Lynn Klein discusses how this nonsurgical body contouring procedure uses cold temps to freeze away fat.
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Aesthetic Dermatology
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