Coolsculpting side effects?
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Fat Is Evenly Distributed
Coolsculpting and side effects
Coolsculpting is a fabulous procedure for freezing the fat in a given area. The best results are achieved if you get to your ideal weight and have a bulge to freeze. Each treatment will reduce the bulge by twenty percent. There is no down time for the procedure. Unlike liposuction there is no dimpling of the skin or lumps after the procedure. For the best results please consult a board certified dermatologist with experience I'm coolsculpting who has all of the new applicators.
Weight gain post Coolsculpting
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Gaining weight will go to the fat cells that exist
Fat redistribution following CoolSculpting
Fat is deposited in various parts of the body according to your genetic instructions and the cell receptors which determine which cells to absorb the fat components.
CoolSculpting (CS) will non-surgically reduce up to 20% of the fat volume treated by each CS applicator. This leaves 80% of the fat cells to create more fat and enlarge the remaining cells. Well performed liposuction can reduce and contour up to 90% of the fat in an area leaving 10% of the fat cells remaining to re-enlarge.
In both cases, you have lost fat. If you eat the same number of calories and don't increase your calorie output, ie exercise, you will enlarge fat cells in the same areas according to the residual fat cell content or re-distribute fat according to your genetic instructions.
I hope this explanation was helpful. All the best!
Gaining weight after Coolsculpting - where does fat go?
If you have the procedure but then disregards these recommendations, the fat cells in other parts of your body may hypertrophy. With weight gain, the distribution is really all over the body rather than specific bumps.
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