Fat Freezing Thighs – Thighs Gap Fat Reduction
CoolSculpting® can remove the fat from the inner thighs which causes rubbing when walking or running, and revive a younger or thinner look on the legs.
Inner thigh fat can lead to chafing and be a problem for many to lose, but fortunately, CoolSculpting® can reduce this area without surgery or downtime and helps to regain the thighs gap and youthful body shape.
What to expect at your Coolsculpting consultation?
At your free consultation, the senior technician will assess the thigh area and check your eligibility for the treatment by evaluating the amount of pinchable fat you hold on the thigh area.
The senior technician will go over the recommended treatments/number of applicators you require to get your desired results to reshape your thigh area with CoolSculpting Fat Freezing Treatment. Our senior technician will take into account your preferences for treatment and tailor this to your treatment plan. At Pulse Light Clinic, we offer same-day treatment as your consultation, so you don’t need to be put on a waiting list.
The CoolSculpting hand-piece is placed over the unwanted thigh fat area to be treated and left for 35 minutes. During this time, you can rest, read, check your emails, watch Netflix or even nap! While you relax the fat is being frozen, causing the fat cells to die.
Follow Up Treatment & Consultation:
At your consultation, the senior technician will go through your body goals and transformation plan. Then at your first treatment, your photograph will be taken and documented to track your fat reduction journey and ensure you get the desired results.
The second photograph will be taken 6 weeks post-treatment; at this stage, you are able to have a second session if you desire. Your final appointment consists after 12 weeks where your photos and weight will be taken for the last time to give you a spectacular before and after.
CoolSculpting Near me
Pulse Light Clinic has 2 CoolSculpting clinics in London, one in the heart of the city, within a few minutes from Monument and Bank stations and one on Tottenham Court Rd.