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Freeze away unwanted fat cells under the chin with CoolSculpting
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CoolSculpting®.
Freeze away unwanted fat cells under the chin with CoolSculpting®
For years, I have aspired to lose weight and I have. Slowly over the past several years, I have lost 75 pounds and I am working hard to lose more plus to maintain my current weight loss.
However, even after all of that weight loss, I still have a pesky double chin and I desperately want to get rid of it. No matter how much I diet and exercise, it seems that the double chin is here to stay.
Or so I thought. A few weeks ago, I happened upon a CoolSculpting® commercial that explained how this procedure can help with double chins. I immediately became enamored and knew that I needed to find out more. I finally found a solution for my double chin!
Since the CoolSculpting procedure is now available to treat double chin (YAY), I thought that I would share more about this “completely non-invasive, clinically proven, safe and effective way to freeze away unwanted fat cells under the chin without needles, surgery or downtime.” Did you know that CoolSculpting is the first and only procedure to do this?
How does CoolSculpting® work?
CoolSculpting technology, developed by Harvard scientists, is based on science of Cryolipolysis®. Cryolipolysis is a process that demonstrates that when fat cells are exposed to extreme cold, they die, and are naturally eliminated from the body for good.
During the your CoolSculpting procedure, a non-invasive applicator is delivered to precisely control cooling to the treatment area. This specifically targets that underlying fat which leaves surface skin and other surrounding tissue unaffected. How great is that?
Get CoolSculpting® now!
You can now get CoolSculpting through an elite network of CoolSculpting centers worldwide. Visit CoolSculpting.com for a complete list of licensed dermatologists, plastic surgeons and leading aesthetic practices.
Join us tomorrow for the #AskDrNassif Twitter Party where you can ask questions and learn more about the CoolSculpting procedure. Jump on Twitter on Thursday, March 3 from 9:00-10:00 AM PST/12:00-1:00 PM EST.