Some say it is just too good to be true. But does it really work? Who invented it and what is the science behind CoolSculpting? First, you will never believe what gave scientists the first clue about the CoolSculpting procedure. Doctor Dieter Manstein and Doctor R. Rox Anderson of Harvard Medical School and the Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts observed that children who ate a lot of popsicles growing up got dimples, and they attributed this to the fact that the freezing popsicle killed fat cells in children's cheeks. This observation led to the groundbreaking discovery of a science called Cryolipolysis™.
They results were first published in the journal, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine and illustrated that subcutaneous fat cells are naturally more vulnerable to the effects of cold than other surrounding tissue. These studies and several others confirmed that fat cells, when exposed to precisely controlled cooling for a sustained period of time, undergo a gradual reduction and cell death. This non-invasive process can reduce body fat without damaging surrounding organs or tissue, including the outer layers of skin.
While it does sound too good to be true, CoolSculpting has actually become the number one non-surgical fat removal process in the United States, and people across the country are turning to the procedure to solve those troublesome areas that just won't seem to go away no matter how hard you try. I encourage you to set an appointment for your complimentary consultation. The highly skilled medical professionals at Vitality Skin & Body are ready to listen to your personal goals, and discuss how the CoolSculpting procedure can help you reach those goals. Also, there is a CoolSculpting "Get Ready for Summer" special going on right now, so be sure to take advantage of this great offer. And remember that the Vitality Skin & Body medical spa difference is professionally trained medical staff that take the time to listen and genuinely care about your beauty goals. Vitality Skin & Body medical spa is onveniently located just west of Loop 101 on Shea Blvd in Scottsdale, it is easy to get to for people from Tempe, Scottsdale, Phoenix, Peoria, and Glendale, Arizona. Don't wait, summer is just around the corner.
A woman on a beauty journey with the help of the Vitality Skin & Body staff!