Fat Freezing for Women and Men
Quinn Clinics has revealed fabulous ‘before and after’ results from its CoolSculpting cryolipolysis non-surgical liposuction treatment.
Many people struggle with stubborn areas of fat despite sensible diet and exercise regimes. CoolSculpting is a noninvasive procedure specifically designed to tackle such issues. It is a safe and effective way to get rid of excess fat cells in targeted areas, delivering excellent results for patients in a smoother and leaner body shape with a visible difference.
These images show the benefit of CoolSculpting treatment for two very different patients.
This patient was keen to tone the middle area. CoolSculpting has delivered a flatter, more toned stomach area with more definition in the waist. Not surprisingly the patient is thrilled.
This patient was keen to reduce the slight bulginess of excess fat for a leaner and more toned shape. The results speak for themselves.
How CoolSculpting Works
CoolSculpting applies very cold temperatures to the fatty buildup. This works to destroy fat cells, which are then simply broken down and expelled by the body’s own metabolic processes. Once expelled, the fat cells are gone from the body, so results can be long-lasting provided sensible diet/exercise are maintained.
It is a completely non-surgical procedure with no incisions, needles or scalpels involved and is suitable for a wide variety of areas of the mid, lower and upper body.
CoolSculpting is available at Quinn Clinics in Redland, Bristol.
Quinn Clinics was established in 2006 and offers a full range of cosmetic, medical and laser skin treatments.
As well as anti-ageing injections performed by the clinic’s owner and founder, Dr John Quinn, the clinic can offer the latest laser technology including IPL, laser and CO2 fractional laser, radio-frequency and the M22 multiple skin technology system for a host of sophisticated, combined treatment results.
Please call 0117 924 4592 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to book an appointment.