How long for cryolipolysis treatments with a non-zeltiq fat freeze machine?
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Should I use a non Zeltiq machine
You have an excellent question because a recent article came out to all dermatologists and plastic surgeons to be careful not to buy knockoff Coolsculpting or Ultherapy machines. There have been documented cases of freezing burns. With Zeltiq, there are many safety features to prevent this.
Be careful with zeltiq knockoffs
Zeltiq CoolSculpting is Trusted for Cryolipolysis
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What Is the Best Fat-Freezing Treatment?
Regarding fat-freezing you mentioned two important points.
First, you say you're happy with your body and you're just looking for maintenance. Fat freezing changes your body by decreasing a fatty bulge by 20 to 25%. It's not a maintenance treatment since it changes your body.
Second, if you do decide to have a bulge treated, don't use any other machine than Zeltiq's CoolSculpting. It is the most effective and safest fat freezing technology available.
Each treatment takes an hour, but if an office has only one machine for a two-sided area, that would take two hours.. In our office we have two machines and are able to double up treatments, which can really save the patient time. The number of areas treated depends on the patient's customized treatment plan.
Click below to see a case of CoolSculpting of the Inner Thighs.
Since your biggest concern is keeping in shape while working a desk job, you might want to invest in an activity monitor such as Fitbit instead.
Good luck with your new job!
Coolsculpting is the gold standard for cryolipolysis
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