Do you have extra, unwanted fat around your midsection? Often referred to as "love handles," this fat can be frustratingly hard to get rid of with diet and exercise alone. It can affect the way your clothing fits and your overall body shape. As such, people often turn to cosmetic treatments to get rid of this love handle fat. One such cosmetic treatment is Coolsculpting, a procedure that reduces fat by chilling and freezing the fat cells. Consider these pros and cons to determine whether Coolsculpting is a good choice for getting rid of your love handles.
Pro: Coolsculpting is non-invasive.
A lot of fat reduction treatments do have a surgical or invasive component to them. Liposuction, for example, requires that several small incisions are made in the skin to access the fat. This brings with it a risk of infection as well as pain and discomfort during healing. Coolsculpting, on the other hand, is non-invasive. The fat is chilled through the skin without any incisions being necessary. As such, you don't have to worry about infection or serious pain post-procedure.
Con: Coolsculpting is a bit uncomfortable.
Coolsculpting is not terribly painful, but it does cause some discomfort that some people find more bothersome than others. Your skin will feel very cold while the Coolscupting tool is working. You can also expect some aching in the days following the procedure as your body flushes out the extra fat.
Pro: Coolsculpting does not require any downtime.
After a Coolsculpting treatment, you can go straight back to work or on to your other obligations. Even though you'll have some discomfort, it should not be severe enough to limit your activity levels. This makes it easier to fit Coolsculpting into your schedule and life, even if you are busy.
Cons: You may need more than one treatment.
Some people only need one Coolsculpting treatment, but many need several to get the results they desire. It's hard to know how many treatments you'll need until you have one, recover, and see the progress that's been made. You may not like this uncertainty or the need to make multiple appointments.
Consider the pros and cons above, and make an informed decision as to whether Coolsculpting treatment is right for you. If you have any other concerns, don't hesitate to ask a cosmetic doctor. They can guide you and help you learn more about the procedure.
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