CoolSculpting Cycle vs Treatment
Are you spending hours at the gym and following a healthy diet, but still can’t seem to get rid of those stubborn fat pockets? While you may believe that your only option is liposuction, there is now a noninvasive option available: CoolSculpting! Read on to learn more about this treatment and its process regarding cycles and treatments.
CoolSculpting: An Overview
CoolSculpting is the only FDA-cleared, non-surgical fat reduction treatment that uses controlled cooling technology to eliminate stubborn fat. It can be used in many areas of the body including a double chin, upper arms, abdomen, flanks, and inner and outer thighs to help address “problem” areas in both men and women. Plus, because there are no incisions or stitches, there is no downtime required, so you can return to your everyday routine as soon as you feel comfortable!
Cycles vs Treatments
When it comes to the difference between these two terms, cycles consist of one specific treatment area. For example, if you are treating your thighs, your right thigh will be one cycle and your left thigh will be another cycle; that is considered one treatment. Then, a month later, you would come in for your second treatment which, again, consists of those two cycles.
How to Get Started
The first step on your CoolSculpting journey is to schedule a consultation at our office. Our CoolSculpting experts will speak with you about your aesthetic goals, and if you are a good candidate, an individualized treatment plan will be made up for you!