Finish Off Your Weight Loss Journey With CoolSculpting®

Are you frustrated with troublesome pockets of fat that just won’t budge no matter how hard you exercise? Everyone’s body stores fat differently, and that’s why some people struggle with belly bulges while others complain more about the shape of their inner thighs or their arms — especially after you’ve worked hard to lose weight.

Regardless of where you’re struggling, body sculpting can help you get rid of unwanted fat and enhance your shape. That’s why Dr. Arash Moradzadeh offers CoolSculpting® at our two California locations. Here, Dr. Moradzadeh highlights the benefits of CoolSculpting and why it’s the perfect way to finish off your weight loss journey.

What is CoolSculpting and what can it do?

CoolSculpting isn’t a weight loss tool. This body contouring treatment permanently eliminates unwanted fat from troublesome areas, including that dreaded muffin top or double chin.

CoolSculping harnesses the power of cold energy to damage fat cells without hurting your skin. Once the fat cells are damaged, your body’s lymphatic system flushes them out of your body, making the fat loss permanent. 

You can use CoolSculpting to help you address unwanted pockets of fat:

Regardless of which area you target, the procedure is nonsurgical. While it’s common to experience a feeling of coldness or even a slight tugging sensation during your session, once your treatment is over, you can get back to your daily schedule without any interruptions.

Real results, backed by science

CoolSculpting doesn’t just give the appearance that you’ve slimmed down. It’s FDA-approved and clinically shown to eliminate 20%-25% of fat in targeted areas. As your body continues to flush out those damaged fat cells for up to three months after your treatment, you see your results appear.

More reasons to consider CoolSculpting

If you’re near your goal weight but just need a little boost achieving your ideal silhouette, CoolSculpting may be the answer you’re looking for. Here are five more reasons to say yes:

  1. CoolSculpting is 100% noninvasive — no needles or incisions
  2. CoolSculpting is nonsurgical and doesn’t require any general anesthesia
  3. There’s no downtime required, and you can even go to work immediately after your session
  4. Your unwanted fat cells aren’t just made smaller; they’re removed from your body
  5. Starting your treatment in the winter gives you plenty of time to get your body ready for the beach this summer

The results you get with CoolSculpting can also boost your self-confidence!

Is CoolSculpting right for you?

If you’re frustrated by pesky areas of fat that seem immune to diet and workouts, consider this remarkable body contouring treatment. 

To set up a CoolSculpting consultation with Dr. Moradzadeh, call 310-659-9900 to make an appointment at either office — in Santa Barbara or Beverly Hills, California. You can also book your visit online today.

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