Coolsculpting is a medical procedure that is used to destroy fat cells present in the body. The main principle of coolsculpting relies on controlled cooling to a temperature of +5 to −5 °C for the non-invasive localized reduction of fat deposits, which in turn reshapes the body contours. This exposure kills the cells of subcutaneous fat tissue without any damage to the outer skin. This procedure is a non-surgical alternative to liposuction. Cryolipolysis or Coolsculpting machines have been developed for suitability in aesthetic clinics and spas, and with the increased risk of complications from more invasive methods such as liposuction, Mediluxe coolsculpting presents a promising method for non-surgical body contouring.
Body contouring is among the most common cosmetic surgical procedures in the United States. Its popularity has grown substantially because of the advantages it has,like aesthetic improvements as well as numerous metabolic benefits. Common treatment areas of coolsculpting include the abdomen, chest, hip/flanks, inner thighs, knee, arms, and ankles. The procedure might differ slightly for these parts, with follow-up length generally ranging from 2 to 6 months.
Does it work?
Coolsculpting is effective for removing certain areas of body fat that are just under the skin to contour a person, and there is enough evidence to support its effectiveness.
Every known side effect of coolsculpting is based on limited data. Transient local redness, bruising and numbness of the skin are common side effects of the treatment and usually subside in a short period of time. The other sensory deficits subside within a month. The effect on peripheral nerves has been investigated and no signs of permanent detrimental effect have been noted. Also, no serious long-lasting side effects were encountered during thefollow-up time of six months.
We can see a surge of novel technologies involving non-invasive, energy-based techniques that have been introduced to the market in recent times.This signals a potential paradigm shift in fat reduction and body contouring practices. One of the major goals of these novel therapies includes volume reduction of tissue, with a possible end point of non-invasive body contouring.With more than 450,000 procedures performed so far, Coolsculpting is becoming one of the most popular procedures for spot reduction of fat tissue. The reason behind its success is its ease of use and limited adverse effects.Due to this, Mediluxe Coolsculpting procedure is becoming the leading technology in non-invasive techniques as well.