CoolSculpting Now FDA Approved For Treating Arms!
CoolSculpting has been a successful, non-invasive method for treating stubborn fat found on the body in areas including the abdomen, thighs, love handles, and chin. The FDA has now approved this unique therapy for treatment of another area that many struggle to see definition: The arms.
“The arms are a major aesthetic concern for many patients,” says Dr. Miriam Hanson, dermatologist and cosmetic expert in Austin, Texas. “It can effect confidence, limit clothing styles, and is something that’s not always easily corrected with diet or in the gym.”
What Is CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting utilizes cryolipolysis technology to freeze fat cells, which are then naturally eliminated through the lymphatic system. “This process typically eliminates about 20% of the fat in the treatment area,” explains Dr. Kellie Reed, a board certified Dermatologist at Sanova Dermatology. Results appear gradually, with full results from treatment expected between 6 weeks and 3 months.
What Can CoolSculpting Do For My Arms?
“We often find ourselves focusing on a certain part of the body when it comes to workouts, hoping to tone the area,” shares Dr. Reed. “CoolSculpting offers a way to strategically target these areas and assist in permanently sculpting them,” she continues. In as little as one treatment, you can begin to see a noticeable change in the size and shape of the arm, which is perfect for a slimmer appearance or accentuate fitness results.
Are you interested in a free CoolSculpting consultation to decipher the best treatment areas for you? Contact us to schedule your appointment today!