Article Originally Posted At Vanity Fair by SUNHEE GRINNELL on October 22, 2015Read Full Article >>HERE<<
More and more women are looking every day for solutions to deal with excess fat here and there (i.e., the tummy, thighs, love handles, back fat) that just won’t go away no matter how much exercise they do. This is where CoolSculpting comes in: a non-invasive treatment that launched in the U.S. in 2010 and that has been a popular alternative to surgery.
This unique procedure, developed by Harvard scientists, is based on the proprietary science of Cryolipolysis, which demonstrates that when fat cells are exposed to extreme cold they die and are eliminated naturally from the body. There are more than 50 published clinical papers reporting on the successful outcomes of more than 4,000 CoolSculpting-clinical-trial patients, and you can read these studies yourself.
At CoolSculpting-approved locations throughout the U.S., where procedures are performed under the supervision of a physician, treatment plans are customized to meet the individual’s goals. But remember, CoolSculpting is not a weight-loss solution and is best for those who are near their ideal body weight but have love handles, a double chin, or an area on their thighs (inner and outer) or stomach that is resistant to diet and exercise.
And this is where Molly Sims comes in as an advocate of the treatment, as she had firsthand experience prior to becoming a spokesperson for the CoolSculpting brand. After having children, she had unwanted, leftover belly fat. Yes—supermodels are human, too! Guided by her cosmetic dermatologist, Dr. Karyn Grossman, she had results that were excellent enough to talk about. Treatments per area run from approximately $750 to $1,500.
So, herewith, my Q&A with the Everyday Supermodel on CoolSculpting………… Read More