What Areas of Fat can be Targeted with CoolSculpting?

In recent years, CoolSculpting has become one of the most popular ways to achieve the coveted look of toned, flat abs. However, the procedure can do much more than eliminating abdominal fat. CoolSculpting can battle the bulge in areas that can’t be targeted with dieting and exercise alone. As an additional benefit, it’s completely non-invasive and requires virtually no downtime. If you’re considering a procedure to reduce a stubborn patch of fat or two, here are four surprising areas of the body where CoolSculpting can be applied.

Areas of the Body for CoolSculpting

1. Submental Area AKA Double chin

The area under the chin is notoriously resistant to the natural methods of fat reduction. Dieting alone fails to target this specific area. Meanwhile, there are very few exercises that can realistically contribute to reducing or eliminating the dreaded double chin. For these reasons, the submental space, or the area under the chin, is an ideal area for CoolSculpting treatment.

2. Upper Arms

Many people in the U.S. feel self-conscious about their arms, whether it’s that they are too thick, not toned enough or too saggy. Aging adults may also notice a change in the way their body holds onto fat, so they may begin to notice more fat in their arms than they’re used to. If you’re one of those adults who avoids wearing tank tops because of arm insecurity, CoolSculpting can provide fast and noticeable results.

3. Back Fat

People are prone to developing back fat as they age due to a combination of factors. They begin to lose overall muscle tone as they age, leading to pockets of fat in unexpected areas, including the back. Lifestyle factors, such as a job that entails sitting all day at a desk, can also exacerbate the presence of back fat. Thanks to CoolSculpting, it’s now possible to tone the back as well as the front of the torso.

4. Underneath Buttocks

The area underneath the buttocks is prone to storing fat, especially for women. What makes this area difficult is that it doesn’t correspond to any specific muscle group. Traditionally, the only ways to improve the appearance of this area were to tone the muscles around it or surgery. However, CoolSculpting provides a non-invasive option that doesn’t require incisions, anesthesia or any surgery at all.

Are You a Good Candidate for CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting is for spot-treating fat and is not a weight loss solution. Therefore, people considering CoolSculpting should be generally healthy and close to their target weight. They should also have enough fat to treat and have realistic expectations from the procedure.

The best way to figure out if CoolSculpting is right for you is to schedule a consultation. The friendly experts at MDSkin Lounge are ready to answer your questions. Contact us by filling out this form to begin your CoolSculpting journey.

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