Are you looking to change up your appearance without resorting to surgical intervention?
Well, have you considered the pros and cons of the new CoolSculpting Elite for your needs?
Read on to learn all about the benefits of CoolSculpting Elite.
The new CoolSculpting Elite has far fewer risks than other treatments, particularly invasive surgical treatments, so it’s far less risky.
CoolSculpting can have side effects like temporary numbness and redness, but they are short-term side effects without long-term complications.
On the other hand, liposuction can have much more serious risks and complications. When getting liposuction, you’re at risk for kidney or heart problems, fat embolisms, infection, and other surgical complications.
Of course, some people aren’t eligible for CoolSculpting and CoolSculpting Elite. That includes people who are currently pregnant, breastfeeding, or trying to become pregnant in the near future.
Other people who don’t qualify for CoolSculpting include people who take blood thinners, who have severe anxiety disorders, people who have some nerve or skin conditions (including psoriasis, dermatitis, or diabetic neuropathy), and people with some allergies.
CoolSculpting Elite can target specific areas you want to reduce, so you’ll get the results you’ll actually want. Plus, there are tons of different areas that CoolSculpting can be effective for. That means that CoolSculpting is effective when used as a spot treatment, unlike other forms of intervention.
CoolSculpting can target your stomach area, thighs, love handles, neck and chin area, upper arm, back, and many other areas. This is particularly great for people who have lost some weight, but still have areas of their body they aren’t particularly comfortable with. The newly upgraded CoolSculpting Elite treatment is FDA-cleared to eliminate fat in 9 different areas of the body including under the chin and jawline area, thights, abdomen and flanks (love handles), along with bra fat, bak fat, underneath the buttocks, and upper arms.
If you’re looking to save some money while changing your appearance, you should definitely look into CoolSculpting Elite. This procedure is much less expensive than the average surgical procedure, so you’ll get the results you’re looking for without breaking the bank.
The average cost of CoolSculpting Elite is estimated to be around $1,481 per treatment, though it can be significantly higher or lower depending on the area that you wish to target. Liposuction, one of the surgical options similar to CoolSculpting Elite, ranges from $2000 to $8000, a significant jump.
That doesn’t include other costs involved with liposuction, such as aftercare or anesthesia, which aren’t needed when receiving a CoolSculpting Elite treatment.
If you can’t afford to take a lot of time off work, CoolSculpting Elite is a great choice for you. The procedure itself doesn’t take a lot of time, depending on which part of your body you are targeting.
At most, your CoolSculpting Elite treatment should take under an hour. You won’t have to wait around after the fact, either — usually, as soon as your treatment is done, you’ll be able to make your way home!
CoolSculpting Elite, with its newly upgraded equipment, offers even quicker times than the previous CoolSculpting treatment, making it even more convenient.
With CoolSculpting Elite you can target multiple areas of your body at the same time with the new dual applicators, reducing the time the procedure takes even further! At Pure Aesthetics Gainesville, we have two CoolSculpting Elite machines, meaning you can treat up to 4 areas at once – which is what we call QuadSculpting.
And, you won’t have to take time off to recover after the fact, either. You don’t have to take any time off work at all, if you don’t mind the few minor physical side effects!
While there may be some stinging early in your CoolSculpting Elite procedure, it’s not nearly as painful as comparable surgical procedures. CoolSculpting Elite doesn’t use any needles or incisions in your skin. So, people with phobias can rest easy when considering a CoolSculpting Elite procedure.
Some side effects after getting a CoolSculpting treatment can be uncomfortable. But, they’re nothing when compared with their surgical counterparts. Most people won’t even need to take non-prescription painkillers after their CoolSculpting procedure.
So, you can rest easy knowing you won’t be struggling after you get your CoolSculpting done.
Just because CoolSculpting Elite is a non-invasive procedure, doesn’t mean that the results don’t last. In fact, Coolsculpting can last a lot longer than other, comparable treatments.
As long as you maintain your lifestyle, continue to eat a healthy diet, and exercise regularly, you’ll be enjoying your CoolSculpting Elite results for years to come.
It may take a few months (most people report between 2 and 6 months) to see your initial results, but once you see them you’re sure to love them.
Because of the CoolSculpting Elite’s ability to target the areas you want and lack of recovery time, you’ll be able to feel great about your new look in no time at all. So, your self-esteem will go up, and you’ll be able to hold your head up high in any situation. As the old adage goes, when you look better, you feel better!
If you feel uncomfortable in some of your clothing, for example, CoolSculpting can reduce your anxiety by improving your shape, which can help you feel less insecure about your body.
Plus, CoolSculpting Elite results appear gradually. That means that the procedure is a perfect complement to a healthy diet and exercise routine. You’ll improve your results overall, which is sure to impress your friends and loved ones!
If you’re already close to the end of your wellness journey, CoolSculpting can be a great way to celebrate a milestone and put the polish on your new look.
So, have any of these CoolSculpting Elite treatment benefits caught your eye? While it’s a personal decision, clearly the Coolsculpting Elite has clear advantages over surgical options. So why not give it a shot?
Looking to get a Coolsculpting Elite treatment in the Gainesville area? Book a Free Consultation with us today.