DIY COOLSCULPTING DOESN’T WORK AND IT’S RISKY
DIY CoolSculpting is gaining more momentum in hopes of saving on fat reduction costs. Ice packs strapped next to your skin is not the answer. Attempting to reduce your fat will lead to lost effort and frustration. Fat cells need the appropriate chilling temperatures to create cryolipolysis or cold-induced cell death. Ice begins to melt once it hits room temperature.
Unregulated ice to the skin can be risky. The emergency room is only a visit away for potential blisters, burns, and frostbite. Read on to learn why a Medspa can engage in fat reduction treatments while protecting the patient and their well-being.
HOW COOLSCUPLING REDUCES FAT
CoolSculpting is a non-evasive treatment for the reduction of fat cells. Proper equipment is required to work with stubborn bulges. When subcutaneous fat cells are exposed to cold, they protect themselves by pulling away from the skin. This creates a problem. However, a specialist trained in fat reduction can fix it using a proprietary applicator. The purpose of a hand applicator is to suction up the cells and store them in the applicator for chilling. The device then blasts the fat with temperatures between 39- and 41-degrees Fahrenheit. At this point, the fat cells rupture, causing no harm to the skin. The body no longer requires these fat cells and excretes them via the lymph system.
Safety plays a significant role in Coolsculpting, which has been cleared by the FDA for fat reduction. That’s why using proper equipment is so important. Sensors in applicators come with gauges that consistently monitor the time and chilling process. This also protects the patient. DIY CoolSculpting doesn’t provide the necessary equipment or protection for reducing fat. However, a Medspa will use experts and proper equipment. Devices that reduce fat and protect the patient
DIY COOLSCULTING DOESN’T REDUCE FAT
Ice packs can’t maintain consistent cooling temperatures. How effective is ice when it begins to melt at room temperatures? It’s not. Also, subcutaneous fat cells protect themselves from the cold by pulling away from the skin. DIY CoolSculpting has no way to suction these cells back to the surface. Suction is essential in the chilling process of fat reduction.
DIY COOLSCULPTING IS RISKY
DIY risks don’t always outweigh the costs. Potential injuries can result in downtime, lost wages, and pain. Not to mention the stress it can cause. Skin injuries can be severe and lead to sustaining damage. Attempting to reduce your body fat with ice doesn’t work and is risky.
FREEZE YOUR FAT THE RIGHT WAY
The best way to protect your skin and create cryolipolysis or cold-induced cell death is at a reputable Medspa, such as the New England Center for Body Sculpting. There you will receive professional care by experienced physician, Dr. Julia Edelman. Save 25% off CoolSculpting cost when you schedule a free consultation. Contact the New England Center for Body Sculpting by filling out the online form below or calling (508) 947-0800.
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