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Totality Medispa Coolsculpting Charleston

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CoolSculpting Totality Charleston

I.

Fat Reduction vs Weight Loss - The number of fat cells in our bodies typically becomes a fixed number sometime in our teenage years. Losing or gaining weight generally does not increase or decrease the number of fat cells. Instead, it changes the size of fat cells.

  • Losing weight makes fat cells smaller

  • Losing weight does not make fat cells go away

  • Your body has a fixed number of fat cells that get bigger or smaller as you gain or lose weight.

  • When you have the CoolSculpting treatment, fat cells freeze and start to die off.

  • During the process of cell death, fat cells begin to collapse.

  • Over the weeks following your procedure, other cells consume the dead fat cells, which are naturally processed and eliminated from the body.

II.

Am I A COOLSCULPTING Candidate?

Follow this link to get your answer: https://www.coolsculpting.com/am-i-a-candidate/

III.

YOUR TREATMENT PLAN: CUSTOMIZED TO YOUR BODY

Your CoolSculpting clinician will work with you on the best treatment plan tailored to your needs. It may take as little as one office visit to achieve your goals. With different applicators to choose from, your clinician can design a treatment plan that can give you your desired results.

ELIMINATE FAT WHERE THE BULGES REALLY BOTHER YOU

For some people, a customized treatment plan may include more than one CoolSculpting treatment. For example, you may want freeze away fat from your inner and/or outer thighs—and also get rid of that muffin top. Some practices have multiple CoolSculpting systems and can treat different body areas at the same time.

IT’S A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO YOUR BODY-SCULPTING TRANSFORMATION

Your physician will provide a clinical recommendation of which areas should be treated and how many treatments you will need. The result? The sculpted shape you want.

*DISCLAIMER

Individual results vary. Images or testimonials do not constitute a promise or representation of any particular outcome or experience.