Life before and after Coolsculpting

Imagine you’re getting ready for a night out on the town with your friends. You’ve been through your closet at least twenty times. Your closet is now practically empty and the bed is a chock full of rejects that didn’t make the cut.  Nothing looks right. Nothing fits the way you want it to. You might as well throw on a pair of sweats and a t-shirt and call it a night. Why even bother going out if you’re going to be self-conscious about that belly pouch and those love handles that are pouring out for all to see? People will undoubtedly be staring at you and making judgments.


In reality, no one will even notice. In fact, it’s not half as bad as you’re making it out to be. Sure, you could afford to lose 15-20 lbs., but who couldn’t? Most people find themselves in the same boat. You know it’s true. But, here’s the thing. Whether or not it’s true, one thing is for sure. It’s not the first time those extra pounds have caused you unhappiness. You’ve tried countless diets and workout regimens, but alas nothing seems to work. But that’s only because you haven’t discovered coolsculpting.


If you’re thinking it’s probably just another gimmick trying to give you false hope, think again. Here’s the scoop.


What exactly is coolsculpting?

Coolsculpting is a non-invasive cosmetic dermatology procedure that freezes fat cells and eliminates stubborn pounds. You know…. the ones that are so resistant to diet and exercise.


Is it dangerous?

No, not at all. In fact, the procedure has been cleared by the FDA. It’s the only procedure of its kind to get this seal of approval.


How does it work?

It is a non-surgical day procedure that targets fat cells underneath your skin. The idea is that the fat cells become crystalized from the cold and die off. Your body naturally eliminates these cells.


Will it require time off from work?

No, because the procedure is nonsurgical. You can go in, have it done and then resume your normal activities.


Are there side effects?

The side effects of the procedure are minimal, but you may experience some redness, bruising or temporary numbness. However, there are no serious or long-lasting effects that have been reported.


Is it a new procedure?

No, coolsculpting has been around for several years. In fact, many of those “perfect” San Antonio bodies you aspire to obtain, have already benefited from this cosmetic dermatology procedure.


Can it replace diet and exercise?

No. A healthy diet and exercise should NEVER be replaced by anything. A balanced diet and exercise are about so much more than the way you look. It’s crucial for health and longevity and helps in the prevention of disease. The procedure is to help boost your results and helps with those last few stubborn pounds.


Vanity is real. We all want to look and feel our best. And there’s certainly nothing wrong with that. If you’re otherwise healthy, there’s no reason that having a procedure can’t give you that extra boost of confidence you crave.


Now that you know more about coolsculpting, let’s picture life after the procedure. Imagine you’re getting ready for a night out on the town with your friends. You go to your closet and pick something to wear. You try it on. You look in the mirror and you look and feel great. You head out for the evening and have a blast. Not once do you feel self-conscious about how you look. The end.


This could be your story.