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COOLSCULPTING

CoolSculpting is a non-invasive body contouring treatment that uses controlled cooling to freeze and eliminate stubborn fat cells. By targeting specific areas, it triggers natural fat cell elimination over time. This procedure is performed without surgery or downtime and is commonly used for reducing fat in areas like the abdomen, thighs, love handles, and double chin.

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The Photo Biotech Ice

Coolsculpting treatment process involves a targeted fatty area of the body being sucked into a suction cup-type device and cooled. Different shapes of suction cup and different programming in the machine are used for different areas of the body. Typically, an individual treatment lasts under one hour for each part of the body being treated and involves two treatments, eight weeks apart. The number and duration of treatments vary.

Cryolipolysis

Is the term for using cryogenics to induce lipolysis. Adipose tissue is cooled causing localized cell death and inflammation. The degree of exposure to cooling causes the apoptosis (cell death) of subcutaneous fat tissue, without apparent damage to the overlying skin, for a non-invasive, localized reduction of fat deposits, in order to reshape the contours of the body.

Fat Cells After Photo Biotech Ice Procedure

The fat-freezing procedure actually reduces the number of fat cells in treated areas by up to 40% overtime* These fat cells are naturally processed and eliminated, so they won’t migrate to another area of your body. there’s no change to fat cells in untreated areas.

Coolsculpting $299/ area, buy (3) treatment for $900 and get 1 free, applies to any treatment areas.

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How CoolSculpting Works

CoolSculpting uses controlled cooling to freeze and eliminate fat cells. The treated fat cells are gradually eliminated by the body over time, resulting in a slimmer and more contoured appearance. It is a non-surgical procedure with minimal downtime.

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