CoolSculpting

Tuesday, July 2nd I went to Skin Anti-aging Lounge for my CoolSculpting appointment. As I mentioned in a previous blog, I attended their GLOW into Summer event back in June and got to see an actual procedure being done. Chris was the technician that was there answering questions and performing the treatment.

I know I’m not alone when writing this, but I have areas of my body that cause insecurities. My chin area is definitely one of them. I was intrigued to find out there was a treatment that I could do to remove excess fat with no down time.

I had two separate treatments done along my jawline. One along the right side and one on the left side, they overlapped in the center. Each treatment took roughly 40 minutes long. I would say I tolerate pain really well, and this was a painless procedure. Other than sitting very still for each timed treatment, there wasn’t any discomfort. I literally took mini naps while each treatment was going on.

Some cool facts about CoolSculpting are that the treated fat cells are completely eliminated, where when you lose weight fat cells shrink but do not go away. Also, for me my individualized treatment plan I only had a single treatment, meaning I shouldn’t have to come back again.

I am so excited for the results. I was made aware that results are not immediate that I should start seeing results in a few weeks. With full results in up to 3 months, as the body naturally processes the fat and eliminates those dead cells.

See below my time line of pictures.

Day of treatment, July 2nd.
Top – before procedure.
Bottom – 60 days after procedure.
Top – 60 days after
Bottom – 90 days after

Check out my CoolSculpting Highlight on my Instagram page.

I am beyond thrilled by these results. I know that a proper diet and exercise will now help define my jaw line even more. But at least I know with this permanent treatment, I won’t miss those annoying fat cells any longer!!

Plus I’m a sucker for anything beauty, I’ll try anything if it’s going to help me look thinner, younger, or healthier.

If you have any questions, please let me know. I’d be happy to answer them.

Xoxo,

Ambur

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