Can CoolSculpting Get Rid of My “Bat Wings” by Summertime?

Can CoolSculpting Get Rid of My “Bat Wings” by Summertime?

Spring is right around the corner, and there’s lots to look forward to, like barbecues, beaches, and spending more time outside. However, there’s one thing many people dread about warmer weather — short sleeves, tank tops, shorts, and bathing suits.

Fortunately, we have good news. CoolSculpting® Elite can help eliminate all of those stubborn jiggles and bulges, including those pesky “bat wings” under your arms. And, if you start right now, you’ll be ready to ditch those bulky sweaters and jackets by summertime.

Juan-Carlos Caballero, MD, at Warrenton Dermatology & Skin Therapy Center in Warrenton, Virginia, understands that even the most diligent diet and exercise plan can only go so far when it comes to eliminating fat. That’s why he offers CoolSculpting Elite treatments to help your figure get to the finish line when traditional approaches fall short. 

If you’ve ever wished you could have liposuction but didn’t want to have anesthesia or go through the pain or expense of surgery, it’s time to explore CoolSculpting Elite. 

How CoolSculpting works

CoolSculpting is a revolutionary and scientific approach to fat reduction. However, unlike surgical treatments that cut or suck fat out of your body, CoolSculpting is completely noninvasive, which means there’s absolutely no downtime.

Instead, when you undergo CoolSculpting treatments, special applicators expose your fat cells to very precise and low temperatures. This cooling effect causes the cells to freeze and die. Then, your body flushes them from your system.

The best part? Only your fat cells respond in this way, because they freeze at a higher temperature than other tissues in your body, such as your muscles, organs, and skin. That means you can safely reshape and define any part of your body, such as:

Dr. Caballero and his team of fat-freezing specialists can even use CoolSculpting to reduce fat under the chin and enhance the jawline.

Defining and reshaping your body with CoolSculpting

It’s important to note that CoolSculpting is a body shaping treatment, not a weight loss solution. As a result, Dr. Caballero usually recommends being within 30 pounds of your ideal body weight. Your body mass index should also be 30 or less.

Similarly, while CoolSculpting can provide 20-25% fat reduction in an area after a single treatment, you won’t notice results immediately. CoolSculpting freezes your fat cells, and your body flushes them from your system. But, this process happens over time, and it can take 1-2 months to see initial changes, with final results taking three months or more.

For the best results, Dr. Caballero usually recommends a series of CoolSculpting treatments. However, his staff works closely with you to create a personalized treatment strategy after conducting a one-on-one evaluation. So don’t wait to get started if you want to eliminate those bat wings by the time things heat up this year.

Do you want to see if CoolSculpting can help get your body summer-ready? To learn more, call 540-212-7081 or request an appointment online with Warrenton Dermatology & Skin Therapy Center today.

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