Is coolsculpting arms right for you?
CoolSculpting is a weight loss treatment that focuses on one interesting characteristic of fat cells. This characteristic is that they freeze at much warmer temperatures than any other cells that surround them. While a specific temperature may do very little to affect skin and muscle cells, that same temperature will freeze and kill fat cells. So, CoolSculpting is exposing areas of fat to that temperature for a certain amount of time and a certain number of times. This kills the fat and makes it go away but doesn’t harm the other cells in the area. A popular form of CoolSculpting is CoolSculpting in the arms. Many fear the batwing arm or excessive fat in the tricep area, but, no worries, CoolSculpting with NIMA has the solution!
Many practices have started offering CoolSculpting arms as a part of their packages including NIMA Institute. CoolSculpting works on stubborn fat on the upper arms and is one of the most common treatment areas for CoolSculpting. The suction action during CoolSculpting will draw fat cells to the surface of the skin, allowing bothersome cells to be targeted and treated with cold temperatures. Typically, the procedure lasts about thirty minutes to an hour depending on the patient’s needs. Patients often have two treatments of CoolSculpting within a two-month period. Results are up to 80 percent reduction of fat following one single CoolSculpting arm procedure. Many even recommend the treatment to their family and friends! Each patient is unique and the treatment plan will vary depending on the plan formulated by your doctor.
Now that we’ve explained what CoolSculpting is and how it works, let’s talk about who can get CoolSculpting done, because it is, unfortunately, not everyone. Groups that either shouldn’t get CoolSculpting arms done or just can’t get it done are those who have been diagnosed with obesity or those with medical conditions. CoolSculpting arms have been designed to be used on those who are almost at a healthy weight but have been struggling with stubborn fat pockets which means it won’t work on thicker layers of fat. Also, those with medical conditions, sensitive to the cold, shouldn’t get CoolSculpting arms. If you aren’t sure if you can or should get CoolSculpting for your arms, be sure to consult your doctor first.
Why target the arm region? I would expand into what makes this area popular is popular apparel choices of tanks, cut off sleeves, dresses, etc display full arms. With this procedure, you can reshape your body starting with the arms. You may have to do more research or spitball why the Arm region lol.
At NIMA, we provide the necessary tools for those interested in CoolSculpting arms. Our trained qualified experts will walk you through the entire process from start to finish so you are fully aware and prepared for the procedure. Did you know that some clients read or even take a nap during the process? It’s that easy and relaxed as we help you shape your new body! We are qualified and make sure our patients are comfortable throughout the whole procedure. Are you ready to try CoolSculpting your arms? Contact us today to learn about pricing and get a free CoolSculpting consultation! What’s the cost of CoolSculpting?