Top CoolSculpting® Provider In New Haven County, Fairfield County & Middlesex County: CoolSculpting Patient Says “My Stomach is SO FLAT!”

Top CoolSculpting® Provider In New Haven County, Fairfield County & Middlesex County: CoolSculpting Patient Says “My Stomach is SO FLAT!”

CoolSculpting Cosmetic Before and After in Guilford Connecticut at The Langdon Center We were so happy to recently receive this CoolSculpting testimonial from one of our more-than-satisfied New Haven County patients. Have you been curious about the fat reduction benefits of non-surgical, no downtime CoolSculpting in CT? Read the testimonial below!

“I wanted to write and say thank you for your excellent service. I’m very, very happy with my results so far with CoolSculpting. My stomach is SO FLAT! My friend saw me in a bathing suit and said, ‘you have six pack abs!’ When I sit down, no more muffin top. I really appreciate your help, and if I had any fat left on my stomach, I’d get more CoolSculpting, but I think the two sessions I had froze it all away. Thanks again!”

In addition to reducing unwanted fat on the abdomen without surgery or downtime, CoolSculpting safely and effectively reduces love handles, muffin top as well as inner and outer thigh fat. While the satisfied patient who wrote this testimonial underwent two treatments, many of our patients see noticeable results in just one.

That’s because each CoolSculpting session results in a 20-25% reduction in fat cells in the area treated. During a CoolSculpting treatment, fat cells are cooled until they solidify (about 50 degrees). This allows fat cells to be destroyed without damaging your skin. In the weeks and months following your CoolSculpting treatment, the targeted fat cells are naturally eliminated from your body, resulting in true fat loss.

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By |2018-12-07T09:37:13-04:00October 13th, 2014|Before and After, Body Sculpting, CoolSculpting|0 Comments
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