WHAT IS COOLSCULPTING®?
The CoolSculpting® fat- freezing procedure is a leading non-surgical fat reduction treatment.* It uses controlled cooling to eliminate that stubborn fat that’s difficult to shift, even with diet and exercise. So now there’s a way to help you achieve your ideal look.
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Feel confident about CoolSculpting® technology
Favourable procedure safety profile
CoolSculpting® technology delivers precisely-controlled cooling to target the fat cells underneath the skin, whilst leaving the skin itself unaffected. † It doesn’t use needles, and there is minimal downtime after treatment. CoolSculpting® is available in over 74 countries, and to date over 11 million treatment cycles have been carried out worldwide. ‡
Favourable clinician safety profile
CoolSculpting® clinicians have undergone in -depth training, and we provide ongoing support to clinics to help ensure high standards of care.
Favourable device safety profile
CoolSculpting® systems are controlled cooling devices designed with built-in safety measures. If sensors detect that the skin is getting too cold, the system will shut down automatically.
Reshape your body
The CoolSculpting® fat-freezing procedure destroys fat cells in different areas around the body.*
Clinical research has produced 70 publications on the subject
More than 11 million CoolSculpting® treatment cycles have been performed worldwide‡
High patient satisfaction
No wonder so many people feel confident about CoolSculpting® treatments.
From ice lollies to CoolSculpting®
Years ago, scientists at Harvard University observed that some children who ate pop ices got dimples in their cheeks. This led Dieter Manstein, MD and R. Rox Anderson, MD, to realise that ice can selectively damage small pockets of fat cells.†
This idea that cold can target fat cells— without damaging the skin or surrounding tissue— was the insight behind cryolipolysis, the science on which the CoolSculpting® procedure is based.†