8 month CoolSculpting review – is it worth it?

Blog, CoolSculpting Fat Freezing

Whether you’re looking to enhance your body shape, get rid of stubborn fat, or just feel confident in your clothes again, CoolSculpting could be suitable for you.

Many of us struggle with shifting stubborn fat, even with a good diet and healthy exercise regime certain fat cells just don’t seem to budge. Losing belly fat, back fat or even a double chin can at times feel out of reach. There are now alternative ways to remove unwanted fat cells with a tailored non-surgical procedure with the highest level trained CoolSculpting practitioners at Pulse Light Clinic. CoolSculpting Fat Freezing treatment is a great alternative to liposuction, with a non-surgical approach with no downtime needed. This treatment does not require any anaesthetic, time off work, no garment post-treatment or weekly massages like liposuction.

Our Client, Elena explained when she started her CoolSculpting treatment in November 2019 “Right before I got pregnant, I was slim, and never had any issues with fat. Still, during pregnancy, I gained more than 25kg and because I had a c-section with post-op complications, I couldn’t train or sign up to the gym for a long time. My belly wouldn’t go back to my usual size, which made me feel so self-conscious when wearing a swimsuit, or any tight clothes to be honest.”

Elena waited the recommended 6-12 weeks for the fat cells to break down whilst maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle, at her final treatment review at 12 weeks Elena mentioned “I would go through with this treatment again, considering the pain. I went from size 10 to size 6 after 3 years of struggling with my fat and lack of confidence.” You can watch a full review on Elenas’ treatment journey here.

We caught up with Elena in June 2020, 8 months post her CoolSculpting treatment and she updated us with her end results and review. Elena explains that although the past few months spent in lockdown she has gained 2kg she has not noticed any increase in fat cells on her abdomen area.