Hi How Long Does It Last the Fat Being Frozen? Thanks C.
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Coolsculpting and length of time
Coolsculpting is a great procedure for reducing the fat in a given area. The abdominal, flanks, inner thighs, and love handles all take one hour to be completed on each side. The new cool smooth adaptor for outer thighs makes two hours on each side. For the best cosmetic results please consult a board certified dermatologist with a great deal of experience with Coolsculpting.
The freezing lasts an hour
Top providers of CoolSculpting Complete are able to offer buy one area and get a second free. Visit a CoolSculpting website in order to find the top providers.
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Lasting effects of Fat Freezing
We have been performing Coolsculpting since it has been FDA approved 3 years ago. The fat loss seen with Coolsculpting is theoretically a permanent loss.
CoolSculpting Fat Freezing
'Frozen' Fat after CoolSculpting lasts for approximately 5 minutes.
After the 1-hour CoolSculpting treatment is complete, the treated area of excess fat appears hard and 'frozen', like a stick of butter. This, however, goes away completely after 5 minutes and the skin looks perfectly normal, but it may remain feeling cold for several minutes after that. This controlled cooling exposure triggers the process of selective cell death of the fatty tissue, and the gradual removal of the dead cells by the macrophages (cleanup cells of the immune system). After three months, a significant reduction of the fatty layer can be noted.
CoolSculpting fat loss by freezing the fat and killing the cells
CoolSculpting freezes the fat for a one hour treatment. Usually, the "slab of butter", referring to a solid bar of butter type of contour and how the skin and fat feel immediately after the CoolSculpting, thaws and flattens out in about 10 minutes after the procedure. Massaging hastens this, and has been stated that it might even help the result. After the fat thaws, the skin still feels cold for another 10 to 20 minutes or more.
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