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Does Coolsculpting Really Work?



Doctor performing CoolSculpting procedure

Have you ever heard of CoolSculpting? The non-invasive, fat-freezing procedure, which is why it’s called
the fat freezing treatment, is said to contour your body to a more desirable shape.

It sounds too good to be true, right? But what exactly is CoolSculpting and more importantly, does it
really work? Is coolsculpting for you?

That’s what we’re here to talk about today. In this blog post, we’ll dive into the science behind
CoolSculpting, discuss the potential benefits, and examine the results you can expect from this treatment,
allowing you to better determine if this treatment is for you or not!

Explaining Coolsculpting – Does It Work?

First, let’s talk about what CoolSculpting is and how it works. CoolSculpting is a non-surgical procedure
that uses controlled cooling to freeze fat cells. Once frozen, the fat cells are naturally eliminated via the
body’s lymphatic system.

The procedure takes 35-60 minutes per treatment area, and multiple sessions may be needed to achieve
desired results. CoolSculpting targets areas such as the abdomen, thighs, flanks, arms, and chin, and is
FDA-approved for non-surgical fat reduction.

But does it really work?

The answer is yes, but results vary from person to person.
CoolSculpting is not a weight-loss solution and is best used for patients who are already at or near their
ideal weight but are struggling with stubborn pockets of fat.

According to a study by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, patients who undergo CoolSculpting
experience a 20-25% reduction in fat cells in treated areas. This goes to show that even under scientific
findings, coolsculpting has proven results for a large number of people who undergo this treatment!

What Are The Benefits?

In terms of benefits, CoolSculpting offers minimal downtime and discomfort compared to more invasive
procedures. Patients can return to regular activities immediately following treatment and may experience
temporary numbness or mild discomfort for several days.

CoolSculpting also offers natural-looking, long-lasting results. Once the fat cells are eliminated, they do
not regenerate, allowing patients to maintain their results as long as they maintain a healthy lifestyle.
That being said, CoolSculpting isn’t for everyone. Patients with certain medical conditions (such as
cryoglobulinemia or paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria) are not candidates for the procedure.

It’s important to note that while CoolSculpting is a safe and effective treatment, it’s not a magic solution.
Maintaining a healthy diet and exercise routine is important for overall health and maintaining the
results of the treatment. Speaking with a board-certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist can help
determine if CoolSculpting is the right option for individual patient needs.


In conclusion, CoolSculpting is a non-invasive way to reduce targeted areas of fat and contour the body
for a more desirable shape.

While results vary from person to person, studies have shown a 20-25% reduction in fat cells in treated
areas. With minimal downtime and natural-looking results, CoolSculpting is an appealing option for
those seeking a non-surgical approach to fat reduction.

As with any medical procedure, it’s important to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon or
dermatologist to determine if CoolSculpting is the right option for individual needs and goals.

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