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How to contour your body non-surgically

Non-surgical body contouring procedures are now trending. Therefore, if you need to get rid of stubborn pockets of fat that are resistant to diet and exercise, surgery is no longer your only option. There are a variety of non-surgical alternatives on the market that use diverse technologies to reduce unwanted fat.

How to contour your body non-surgically

CoolSculpting is one of the most effective non-surgical body contouring procedures on the market. It is an innovative procedure that uses cold temperature to freeze and destroy unwanted fat. CoolSculpting is a good option for reducing visible fat bulges in areas such as the upper arms, abdomen, flanks, back, and below the chin.

How CoolSculpting works

The CoolSculpting applicator emits cold temperature onto the targeted area, and the fat cells that are exposed to the extreme cold eventually crystallize and die. The dead cells are naturally processed by the body over time, and are eliminated over the following weeks.

Is there any downtime

Most patients require little to no downtime after CoolSculpting. Since it is a completely non-invasive, non-surgical treatment, patients are generally able to go right back to work after the procedure.

When will I see results?

Initial results can be seen about 3 weeks after CoolSculpting, but the full results can take up to 3 months.

Am I a good candidate?

CoolSculpting is designed for people that eat well and exercise regularly, but have a few areas of stubborn fat that they would like to get rid of.

Are you ready to achieve the body you desire with non-surgical body contouring. Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Toronto or Mississauga ON, areas, Skinatomy Laser Clinic is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.skinatomylaserclinic.com, or by calling (647) 557-2730 (Toronto), or (289) 216-3196 (Mississauga).

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