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Celebrities that use Coolsculpting

CoolSculpting was first approved by the FDA in 2010 and gained attention when it was rebranded from minor spot treatment to a noninvasive alternative to liposuction, promising to eviscerate love handles and bra bulge with the wave of a cooling paddle. Most recently, the non-surgical fat reduction tool was cleared to tackle loose skin under the chin, a smaller area that is more difficult to alter through natural means like diet and exercise. Sound too good to be true? According to Roostaeian and Manhattan-based CoolSculpting guru Jeannel Astarita, the technology works. Here, they discuss the ins and outs of fat freezing, from weight loss to health risks.

CoolSculpting procedures use rounded paddles in one of four sizes to suction your skin and fat “like a vacuum.” While you sit in a recliner chair for up to two hours, cooling panels set to work crystallizing your fat cells. It’s a mild discomfort that people seem to tolerate fairly well. The suction and cooling sensations will eventually go numb. In fact, the procedural setting is so relaxed that patients can bring laptops to do work, enjoy a movie, or simply nap while the machine goes to work.

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