Finish Off Your Weight Loss Journey With CoolSculpting®

After months of hard work, nothing is more accomplishing than hitting your goal weight. That said, stubborn pockets of fat can prevent you from achieving the trim figure you expected after losing weight. Sound familiar?

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, with offices in Blaine, Eden Prairie, Maple Grove, and Coon Rapids, Minnesota, we understand how you feel and have the perfect solution to help finish off your weight loss with CoolSculpting®CoolSculpting® is available at our Eden Prairie and Maple Grove offices only.

Freezing the fat to finish your weight loss

When it comes to getting a perfect body, diet and exercise aren’t always enough. As frustrating as that sounds, all is not lost. And with advances in aesthetic technology, invasive surgery with lengthy downtimes aren’t necessary for improving your body shape. That’s why we offer CoolSculpting to help you get the body you’ve already earned.

The nonsurgical innovative body sculpting tool uses advanced cooling technology to target fat cells under your skin without impacting other tissue. The treated fat cells crystalize and die. Your body naturally removes the dead fat cells from the area and out of your body.

With CoolSculpting, we can remove up to 25% of fat layer thickness after only one session. Though the body sculpting treatment helps get rid of unwanted body fat, it’s not a weight-loss tool. You get the best results from CoolSculpting when you're at or close to your goal weight. 

Treating trouble spots

We use CoolSculpting to trim and slim many areas of the body prone to stubborn pockets of fat. Our body sculpting device can trim the excess fat around your belly and waist, as well as your thighs and buttocks. We also use CoolSculpting to get rid of back fat, bra fat, and upper arm fat.

The body sculpting tool is also FDA-cleared to treat fatty bulges under the chin, also called submental fat, and along the jawline. CoolSculpting technology can even tighten loose skin under the chin.

Trimming fat without changing your routine 

CoolSculpting is a nonsurgical, noninvasive body sculpting tool. What does that mean exactly? Unlike surgical body sculpting techniques like liposuction, there’s no need for downtime or any change in your routine after your CoolSculpting session. 

Additionally, our offices are equipped with the most advanced CoolSculpting tools. We can have you in and out in less than an hour. 

You should start to notice an improvement in your shape within one to three months with final results appearing around six months. To maintain your trimmer figure, we recommend you continue to eat a healthy diet and engage in regular exercise. 

Nothing should keep you from reaching your ultimate body goals after you’ve worked so hard to lose the weight. Let us help you finish your weight loss journey with CoolSculpting.

To schedule a consultation with one of our award-winning physicians, contact us by phone or online today.

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