Many of us have put away our winter sweaters, but some of us are extremely hesitant to give away our most comfortable body camouflage. Bulky, winter clothing can be our best friend if we have unwanted bulges and rolls. We can almost forget what lurks beneath them!
A muffin top hides beneath a wool sweater but becomes very visible in a tank top. Saddlebags nearly disappear under long layers but are clear as day in a pair of spring shorts. Bra fat and back fat are evident when the blazer comes off and those uncomfortable abdominal rolls are prepped to poke out when you sit down in your summer khakis.
Luckily Laser & Vein Center of North Jersey has an FDA approved device that destroys fat cells without surgery.
CoolSculpting at Laser & Vein Center of North Jersey is a state-of-the-art process that involves using cool energy to remove fat from areas without surgery. It is the first FDA approved device that destroys fat cells without surgery.
Scientifically speaking, results from CoolSculpting occur because of the process called cryolipolysis. Cryolipolysis is the non-invasive cooling of fat cells which causes the fat cells to break down without affecting other tissues. Cryolipolysis is based on the principle that fat cells are more vulnerable to cooling than surrounding tissues. A non-invasive applicator is attached to the targeted area to extract energy from the underlying fat tissue, while protecting the skin, nerves, muscles and other tissue. The cooled fat cells are gradually eliminated during the body’s natural waste removal process, thus reducing the thickness of the fat layer.
Once the fat cells are destroyed (dead), the body recognizes that they are no longer needed and a gradual process occurs where the fat cells and fat material is cleared away. The fat cells are degraded by enzymes. The actual fat is transported through the lymphatics, and converted to energy.
To learn schedule your complimentary CoolSculpting consultation at laser & Vein Center of North Jersey, call 973.408.8346 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org