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Feel Bikini Ready This Summer with CoolSculpting Treatments

CoolSculpting Tahoe Women’s Care

The summer is getting closer and closer. But no matter how carefully you eat or how much you exercise, there’s still a muffin top that makes you feel self-conscious, or thunder thighs that don’t seem to slim down.

CoolSculpting® is an innovative technology designed to target problematic areas where fat doesn’t want to let go no matter how hard you try. Our team at Tahoe Women’s Care can help you rock a bikini this summer with the help of a noninvasive, FDA-approved fat-blasting procedure.

Take a moment to find out how it’s done, what its benefits are, and whether it’s a good fit for your needs.

Takes as little as 35 minutes to kill fat cells

Most procedures that involve slimming down involve anesthesia and going under the knife. But with CoolSculpting, you won’t feel any pain because the procedure doesn’t involve any incisions or fat extraction.

Instead, it uses lower temperatures to kill fat cells under the skin, which will later get eliminated naturally by your body. Although it may take a few to several  weeks until your body eliminates these fat cells, this procedure doesn’t come with any of the risks associated with liposuction, nor does it involve being stuck in an operating room for hours.

Plus, it doesn’t cause any pain. After you finish your session, you can go back to your everyday activities.

Areas targeted by CoolSculpting

This procedure isn’t a weight loss tool. Raher, CoolSculpting is recommended for people who are within 20-30 pounds of their ideal weight, and it’s meant to focus on specific problem areas rather than reducing overall body fat.

CoolSculpting is FDA-approved for the following areas of the body:

Many clinical studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of the CoolSculpting procedure. These studies also show that once the procedure is complete, the fat on the problematic areas won’t return if you maintain your weight.

Increases skin elasticity

Because CoolSculpting gets rid of up to 25% of the fat in the treated area, loose, saggy skin is a concern for many.

Fortunately, this procedure also stimulates collagen production in the skin, which in turn increases the skin’s ability to bounce back after experiencing sudden fat loss.

Lose the fat and gain your confidence back

With CoolSculpting, you don’t have to worry about unappealing fat deposits that don’t respond well to dieting and exercise.

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is hard enough, but what's even harder is not getting the results you deserve because genetics, not dietary choices, also influence fat distribution.

If you’re interested in finding out more about this procedure and want to get expert advice on accomplishing your goals, we’d love to hear from you! Contact us at Tahoe Women’s Care with your questions.

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