It’s an issue we can all relate to: No matter how much you diet or exercise, you still have those stubborn areas — love handles, inner or outer thighs, waistline, hips, you name it — that don’t look as fabulous as the rest of you. Wouldn’t it be great to find an easy, painless, non-invasive way to banish those trouble spots for good?

Welcome to coolsculpting. It’s an effective alternative to liposuction that doesn’t entail anesthesia, needles, sutures, uncomfortable drains and stitches, or compression garments to aid recovery. Yet this simple in-office procedure can eliminate 20 to 25% of unsightly fat in treated areas. It’s one coolway to get a hotbody.

How does coolsculpting work? Basically, through an innovative new fat-freezing technology called cryolipolysis. This groundbreaking technique can pinpoint fat cells in the body with great precision, leaving surrounding tissue untouched. These targeted fat cells are effectively ‘frozen’ and naturally eliminated over the course of weeks and months. Bonus: Because coolsculpting provides gradual rather than sudden results, people are likely to complement you on doing double-time at the gym! Because all they see is your stunning new sculpted figure.

Coolsculpting is an individualized procedure, normally entailing several treatments at 4-6 week intervals. Patients are usually able to recline comfortably with a book or iPad, or leisurely snooze during the process; the only slight discomfort might be a slight tugging or pulling sensation which quickly subsides as the freezing progresses. And there is no downtime: you can even leave our spa and go straight to the gym or yoga studio.
The best candidates for coolsculpting are within 15-20 pounds of their ideal weight—the treatment is designed to target problem areas, not treat obesity. Is coolsculpting for you? Find out more by calling the specialists at Medical Aesthetics of the Hudson Valley at 845 339 LASER (5293). Or fill out this form and we’ll get back you within 24 hours. We’ll help you sculp your way to the best body ever.