Its exactly what all the reviews says about how the treatment is like and won't elaborate too much on in. But in a nutshell, it's like a cold vacuum sucking on to your skin for an hour. I think a lot of people overexaggerate on this, but it's better than having anesthesia. When they take it out, it's hard and yes they have to massage it out, but its tolerable.
I did this on March 17th and took a selfie 2 weeks later on March 18th. As you can see the bruising left behind is from the applicators. I did the back and my hips. It does show a dramatic difference in just 2 weeks, but I am not jumping for joy and will totally endorse coolsculpting just yet, I have been vigorously exercising and dropped 5 lbs in 2 weeks. I won't rely just on coolsculpting alone to get the fat out and exercising I believe should be the way to do get results but no matter what I do, that back fat is still there. Hoping that double timing my workouts and eating better will help get out the stubborn back fat and melt it away quicker along with the coolsculpting procedure. I will add another photo in 2 weeks.