CoolSculpting is the revolution in the world of cosmetics that has changed the solution for stubborn fats. Thanks to this safer and FDA- approved treatment, our body no longer needs to undergo risky knife-cut procedures just to eradicate body fats and feel sexy. Instead, we can choose safer treatments to enhance our physical attributes in this era, especially in the belly area.
Non-invasive, safe, and FDA-approved are appealing words that will get you hooked if you want to get rid of your lower fat. The question is: Does it really work? Well, the best answer to that is not all of them.
CoolSculpting is for belly fat contouring.
The body image does not only concerns a person’s physical appearance, but it also affects the mental health of the patient that usually leads to anxiety and depression. Countless studies have supported the investigation about the relevance of fats in developing depression. And the result always says that more body fat increases the risk of depression.
Losing weight is a tough and serious battle. At times, even if a person spends an hour or two each day for the whole month inside the gym, little to none happens. However, in some instances, a controlled meal and diet plan are enough to lose more weight than those who go to the gym. And it is not because the gym is not effective, or you overeat, or you did not try hard enough. It is in a particular way that our body works in restoring fats. Our body has different and unique ways of gaining weight and losing fats.
If you are looking for an alternative to completely lose weight and turn your body type like a model, CoolSculpting is not the answer. Unfortunately, many patients of CoolSculpting are people who just want to fit in their jeans, wear crop tops, and dispose of the remaining fats that won’t leave after a thousand sit-ups. And that is what CoolSculpting is.
CoolSculpting is not the answer for total weight loss. Instead, it helps in eliminating the stubborn fats that won’t leave the belly. It is a contouring treatment that kills the fat cells permanently. There is still a lot of stuff that you need to know about CoolSculpting to understand how it works. Read on to find out if you are the right candidate for the treatment.
Subcutaneous vs. Visceral fat
If you have a big and round belly, it is most likely visceral fat. And sadly, it is not the type of body fat that CoolSculpting can eliminate. Visceral fat, or belly fat, imposes threats to your health and makes you prone to diabetes, stroke, heart and artery disease. It is the fat around the major organs.
On the other hand, subcutaneous is the type of fat that CoolSculpting can effectively dispose of out of your body with a safe, non-invasive and non-surgical procedure. It lies just below the skin surface. They can be present as well in the stomach and adds up in the belly fat.
Should you try CoolSculpting
If you fall into the conditions of CoolSculpting, then it is the treatment for you.
For the big belly, also known as the beer belly, although most fats present there are Visceral fats, CoolSculpting can still help contour the stomach and cut down fats to make it look slimmer.
CoolSculpting gets rid of the Subcutaneous fats in the body. These fats do not impose health risks, but for some people, getting rid of those layers of fats will add to their confidence. The body accumulates Subcutaneous fats through several factors, such as:
- Sedentary lifestyle or a lifestyle involving minor to no physical activities (e.g., Call center)
- Lack of exercise
- The calorie intake is more than what the body burns.
You are the right candidate for CoolSculpting if your goal is to smooth and tone your stomach instead of losing weight. If your goal is to lose weight ultimately, you have to undergo a different procedure or consider a more natural way of losing weight and fat such as exercising and diet.
Other conditions may make you want to try CoolSculpting. For instance, post-pregnancy can cause a woman to develop diastasis recti. It is a condition that partially or completely separates two portions of the abdominal muscle, which makes the belly skin look loose. It happens when the tissue connecting them stretches. Unfortunately, a loose tummy is not a condition that CoolSculpting mainly treats. Since the post-pregnancy tummy is primarily loose skin and not fat, CoolScultping cannot give the result that you want. But you can still schedule for a CoolSculpting treatment if you think you have plenty of fats stored under your skin after pregnancy.
How CoolSculpting get rid of lower belly fats
Cool Sculpting freezes fat cells in the stomach through a method called “cryolipolysis.” The frozen fat cells will die and disintegrate from the body. This process will allow you to flush out the fats from your body in a natural way.
Excess bulges in the lower belly are stubborn and hard to eliminate even after doing exercise and diet. CoolSculpting slims down and contours the belly without the use of needles, knives, or stitches. It leaves no mark on the treatment and requires no downtime.
Does it work?
Let’s go back to the first question. Does it work? For a more definite answer, it works in eliminating the Subcutaneous fats in the lower belly. However, it does not eliminate the whole belly fat if you also have Visceral fat there. So for Visceral fat, which is dangerous for your health, CoolSculpting may not give you the result you expect if you want to eliminate the belly fat wholly.
CoolSculpting is the proper treatment for patients who want to eradicate pinchable fats. These types of fats underneath the skin are what the therapy can get out of your body.
CoolSculpting is a cool treatment that freezes the fat cells in the treated area. It is safe, fast, non-invasive, non-surgical, and FDA-approved. If you want to know whether you are a perfect candidate or not, we have a professional team to give you an assessment. But if you are sure that this is the right treatment for you, you can schedule a visit and book for CoolSculpting.