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Coolsculpting of Lower Abdomen
- posted 1 year ago
- updated 1 year ago
- Worth It
- Cost: $1,200
- Skin Spa Specialist at the offices of Dr. Christine Hamori (Duxbury, MA)
I decided to get coolsculpting done because I was...
- 15 Feb 2012
I decided to get coolsculpting done because I was unhappy with the contour of my body after gaining and losing a ton of weight before and after having a child. After losing the last 20 pounds, my body shape began to become very disproportionate. I have a natural hourglass figure, and as those last few pounds came off, my waist shrunk, leaving localized pockets of fat above and below the waistline. My lower abdomen was much larger than the top, and stuck out a lot.
My goal with this procedure was not to miraculously appear thin. Rather, I simply wanted to shrink the lower abdomen so there was more of a balance between the top and bottom areas of my tummy. I wasn't looking to lose weight, but instead just wanted a more even contour. Needless to say, I had coolsculpting done in September on the lower abdomen. A large applicator was used.
Had another treatment done on 2/22, this time...
- 2 Mar 2012
Had another treatment done on 2/22, this time using a small applicator on both the upper and lower abs. No swelling, no bruising and way less painful than the large applicator. I wasn't going to update until the one month mark, but I've already seen subtle -- yet noticeable -- results in just one week and couldn't help myself. I can't imagine how awesome the results will be in 2-4 months!
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Overall a great experience. My one complaint is that at my 4 month follow-up I was rushed in and out of the office because the specialist "had a patient" and was running late. Last time I checked, I was also a patient, and worthy of the time I was promised to discuss results, concerns and additional procedures. It definitely bothered me.