Get Rid of a Double Chin with fat-freezing treatment at Pulse Light Clinic

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Pulse Light Clinic uses fat-freezing treatment to reduce fat by up to 30% in a tailored, safe, effective and non-surgical way in 45 minutes.

Seeing a double chin in the mirror can often lead to thoughts of how to achieve that strong jawline. The layer of fat around the neck sags and the reason we get a double chin could be due to many factors. Many clients may see that they have it in their genes which highlight they have a family history of skin with little elasticity. This can also be due to looser skin resulting from aging. A diet high in calories and unhealthy foods can also increase your chance of developing a double chin as the excess fat creates areas to store.

Various diets and fat reduction methods can often leave clients without achieving any long term results. The CoolSculpting technology is used by freezing the fat through the Cryolipolysis method and it is disposed of through the body's digestive process. An alternative to at home face workouts and stretches, CoolSculpting's non-surgical approach means no downtime off. This treatment does not require any anaesthetic or continuous massages. Compared to opposing fat freezing and fat removal techniques, there is no need for diet and exercise.

When trying to get rid of a double chin, it can be a long process that takes patience. Unless liposuction or laser lipolysis is carried out, it won’t disappear overnight. Results with CoolSculpting usually show from a minimum of 8 weeks.

Pulse Light Clinic offers a free consultation with a senior technician who will asses the chin area. A client's eligibility for this treatment will be carried out by measuring the amount of pinchable fat that is present on the chin area. The senior technician will then go over the recommended number of treatments and applicators required to get the client’s desired results. Prices start from £1000, Pulse Light Clinic is the only clinic in the City of London that has two CoolSculpting machines, enabling the team to do two areas of the body at the same time.

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