Town & Country asks Adriana Martino ‘What is CoolSculpting?’
Town & Country’s Roxanne Adamiyatt asks Adriano Martino “What is CoolSculpting?” And provides answers in the magazine’s article “Everything You Need to Know About CoolSculpting (and Were Too Afraid to Ask.”) The article introduces CoolSculpting as “one of the most prevalent,” non-invasive procedures for reducing stubborn fat that resists diet and exercise. When answering, “What is CoolSculpting” Town & Country summarizes the revolutionary fat freezing treatment, explaining, “CoolSculpting is a non-invasive body contouring treatment. It cools fatty tissue and, according to studies, destroys up to 25 percent of fat cells in the treated area through a process known as cryoliposis.”
What is CoolSculpting Treatment like?
Town & Country explains what CoolSculpting treatments are like, beginning with “The machine (which looks like a small box) is placed over the area you’ve chosen to contour, where it applies a strong suction and freezes the fat cells underneath. In the weeks after the treatment, the crystalized fat cells will be broken down and eliminated by the body’s lymphatic system as waste. (Your skin cells experience cell death after a much longer exposure, so they are unaffected.)”
What is CoolSculpting Intended for?
Town & Country explains that CoolSculpting is intended for healthy men and women who live active lifestyles but still struggle with isolated areas of problematic fat that resists diet and exercise. The fat reduction treatment can target:
- The abdomen (belly fat)
- The flanks (love handles and hip fat)
- Below the buttocks (banana roll)
- Upper arms
- Submental region (neck fat and double chins)
- Armpit fat (bra bulge)
- And more
Adriano Martino Answers “What is CoolSculpting” & other FAQ
Town & Country provides several other answers to common asked questions about CoolSculpting from the nation’s leading CoolSculpting NYC experts, including Adriana Martino, founder of SKINNEY Medspa, the #1 selling CoolSculpting provider in the world. Town & Country asks Martino if CoolSculpting hurts? “For the first five to ten minutes of the treatment can be quite uncomfortable. Adriana Martino, founder of New York City’s Skinney Medspa, adds that after that initial discomfort, the area becomes numbed.”
How Much Does CoolSculpting Cost?
After learning what is CoolSculpting, most patients want to know how much CoolSculpting costs. Town & Country again quotes Martino to answer this common question: “Treatments start at around $600 per area, depending on your goals and the number of treatments that you will need to achieve them.”
What is CoolSculpting Not Intended For?
While fat freezing is a non-surgical alternative to Liposuction, CoolSculpting is not intended for everyone. Furthermore, CoolSculpting is not a weight loss treatment, nor intended for individuals with obesity. As Town & Country tells its readers, “CoolSculpting should be seen as a way to eliminate fat in specific problem areas—it’s not an alternative to diet and exercise and won’t result in major weight loss. ‘CoolSculpting is most effective when it is used as a supplement to a healthy and balanced lifestyle,’ Martino says.”
Is CoolSculpting permanent?
Another popular question after learning what CoolSculpting is, is whether the fat reduction is permanent? Martino tells Town & Country “Yes…However, you should try to maintain a healthy weight—and thus your results—as best you can.”
Is CoolSculpting Right for Me
You’ve learned what is CoolSculpting, now find out if the fat freezing procedure is right for you by scheduling a complimentary consultation with SKINNEY Medspa, the #1 CoolSculpting NYC provider. Contact SKINNEY online or call (212) 754-6639.