Safe & Effective Fat Freezing Treatment
A BBC survey has suggested that nearly 50% of men aged 18-30 might consider having a procedure with 34% wanting a better stomach and chest.
The perfect torso may appeal but it can be very hard to achieve through diet and exercise, while cosmetic surgery for ‘man boobs’ is a drastic step as well as costly.
Now CoolSculpting offers an alternative noninvasive option for tackling excessive fatty deposits on the torso.
CoolSculpting is far safer than surgery and faster than diet and exercise (although it should not be seen as an alternative to a healthy lifestyle!).
Also referred to as ‘fat freezing’, ‘cryolipolysis’ or ‘non-surgical liposuction’, the treatment uses intense cold to destroy the excess fat cells that can build up.
Tests indicate that CoolSculpting® treatment can reduce lower abdominal fat cells by 27% after six months – and the good news is once destroyed, they’re gone for good. After freezing treatment, the body’s natural processes metabolise and expel the fat cells to get rid of them completely. They don’t move elsewhere and don’t reappear (although a healthy diet does need to be maintained to avoid buildup of new fat).
CoolSculpting for Men Results
This patient was keen to reduce the slight bulginess of excess fat around his middle in order to create a leaner and more toned shape. Despite regular gym sessions and good diet, this area had not responded as he wished. The results show much smoother shape with visible reduction in fat.
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 email@example.com for further information or to book an appointment.