Cosmetic ‘surgery’. That’s the answer to the title of this article. But it’s not cosmetics like you’ve heard of or seen of before. There’s no savagery, overly taut faces or ditzy archetypes more concerned with their crows feet than how much their procedures actually cost their stereotypically cashed-up husbands…
Unlike what you might know of cosmetic surgery, CoolSculpting aims to permanently remove fat cells by freezing them (so, ‘cool’ in more ways than one, heh…) and is non-surgical and non-invasive.
Despite a relatively unknown presence, it has been taking off in Australia over recent years.
And that’s because CoolSculpting is a relatively affordable, new and now safe practice (FDA approved) which has been delivering results for clients in Sydney since 2010. According to Cosmos Clinic, CoolSculpting has resulted in an average of 20% body fat reduction for patients in preliminary trials.
The study, which found the above statistic, involved 60 men and women who received the work on their chins and according to the overseeing medical practitioners, proved to be highly effective.
The CoolSculpting Mini was initially inspired by the observation of babies losing their chubby cheeks as they grew older and has been developed to enable doctors to target smaller areas.
But understandably, not everyone would consider such a procedure. And that’s totally fine and normal. It’s not for everyone, because nothing ever is. Although you might benefit from a speedy metabolism or daily routine that incorporates lots of exercise and time to cook healthy food, others might not be so lucky. And it’s those people who may benefit most from CoolSculpting.
We’re all entitled to feel self-conscious about our bodies and our appearances and I think it’s a good thing that CoolSculpting exists as a long lasting, clinically applied, researched solution for those who would prefer it over a healthy diet, lifestyle and exercise regime.
This post was written with support from Cosmos Clinic.