Manchester (PRWEB UK) 14 March 2013
Many have started the year with all the best intentions of leading a more active & healthy lifestyle in a bid to get in shape, but after religious gym visits and strict diets, it can feel disheartening when there are stubborn areas of fat that no amount of will power can remove.
But help is finally at hand - these pockets of fat can now be removed non-surgically with CoolSculpt, a clinically proven new procedure. CoolSculpt doesn’t require a general anaesthetic as would be required for liposuction and is far more effective than the other non-surgical alternative, laser liposuction.
Enquiries for CoolSculpt increased by 32% during January alone, according to Transform Cosmetic Surgery Group, the UK’s longest established cosmetic surgery provider.
Its popularity is due to its effectiveness for sculpting areas of the body such as the back, flank, stomach or bingo wings. Perfect for smoothing out any areas that refuse to tone up.
This new technology works by freezing stubborn fat cells, which are then broken down to be expelled naturally through the body’s lymphatic processes. Imagine a bottle of champagne is left in the freezer: as it begins to freeze the bubbles expand and eventually burst, causing the bottle to explode. This is similar to how the body reacts to its fat cells being frozen.
A typical CoolSculpt session lasts between 1-2 hours, but as no anesthetic is required, this time can be used to read a magazine, shop online or just lay back and relax. After the procedure normal activities can be undertaken straight away. Results vary from patient to patient but the treatment can result in a 20% reduction in the targeted fat layer.
The most dramatic effects will be seen after two months, with the body flushing out fat cells for up to four months.
This non-surgical option is ideal for anyone who doesn’t want to consider a surgical procedure such as the traditional liposuction but requires a more intensive treatment than laser liposuction.
The procedure is available in Transform’s Bowdon clinic in Cheshire. Plus consultations can be taken at Transform clinics throughout the north.