The Best Time to Schedule CoolSculpting (Cheat Sheet + Treatment Video!)

CoolSculpting freezes fat off the areas that exercise can’t touch. CoolSculpting is effective and safe, but it works best when you’re smart about the timing of your treatments. Use this cheat sheet to help you plan out your appointment for best results!

The Best CoolSculpting Treatment Schedule

The best time to book your free consultation is right now. An expert practitioner can get you on a customized schedule to help you meet your goals. Usually your expert practitioner will recommend two treatments, and they will always help you time the treatments for maximum results. You may start to see changes as quickly as 3 weeks after your treatment, but you’ll see the biggest difference after about 2 months. Your body will still continue to flush out fat cells for up to 4 to 6 months after treatment.

CoolSculpting for the New Year

If you’re planning to celebrate the new year without that annoying bulge, make sure to book your treatment for this October or November. You’ll be going sleeveless with confidence with results like these:

Fat reduction arm treatment coolsculpting

The popularity of CoolSculpting for smaller areas was highlighted in Allure magazine, “The surge of pre-awards procedures hasn’t been on the midsection, thighs… or chin. ‘I can foresee trends coming, but I never thought women were going to want their upper bra area. It’s crazy how many people we’ve been doing it on.’ – Danny Holbus.”

CoolSculpting to Get Summer Ready

The winter months are a great time to try CoolSculpting. Should you experience swelling (most CoolSculpting patient do experience mild swelling) looser winter clothing will keep you comfortable until you’re unveil your results in the summer. If you’d like to get bikini confident in 2018, now is the time to start!

abdomen coolsculpting before after

CoolSculpting Before a Wedding or a Big Event

TIme to let stubborn fat know it’s not invited! For full results get started 4 to 6 months in advance, as this is the time period we see the last of the fat cells officially RSVP “no.”

What CoolSculpting Feels Like

Our expert practitioner Pinky Elliott, RN, BSN, CANS, Aesthetic Nurse Specialist describes CoolSculpting as “a warm prickly feeling even though it’s cold. The most discomfort I experienced was during the massage afterwards, which I tolerated because Amaris [SkinSpirit expert practitioner Amaris Murphy, RN, BSN] told me that she was destroying more fat cells so I was like you go girl!” ⠀

See this reaction video from Pinky after the first hand piece went on one side of her abdomen:

How does Coolsculpting ❄️ feel? | @SkinSpirit⠀ This was @facebypinky ‘s reaction after the first hand piece went on one side of her abdomen. ⠀ The sensation builds for the first couple of minutes and then the area starts to feel numb while you wait for the cycle to finish, which is about 35 minutes. ⠀ For Pinky, it’s best described as a “warm prickly feeling even though it’s cold . The most discomfort I experienced was during the massage afterwards, which I tolerated because [ @SkinSpirit expert practitioner @glamarisrn ] told me that she was destroying more fat cells so I was like you go girl💪🏽!” ⠀ To learn more about @coolsculpting ❄️ schedule a free consultation. Link in our profile: @SkinSpirit – move fast as our $100 off special ends soon! Book on the phone or online to get your appointment in.

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Via @facebypinky

She explains, “the sensation builds for the first couple of minutes and then the area starts to feel numb while you wait for the cycle to finish, which is about 35 minutes.”  

To learn more about CoolSculpting and get on a customized treatment schedule, set up a free consultation online or over the phone. Call 855.383.7546 or click here to schedule.
P.S. – Watch a CoolSculpting treatment LIVE in action! Tune in online on Wednesday October 25th at 12pm PDT. Get details and RSVP here: CoolSculpting Lunch and Learn  

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