Finish Off Your Weight Loss Journey with CoolSculpting

If you’ve lost weight through a diet and exercise program, that’s fantastic! Being in a healthy weight range is wonderful for your health, but even at your ideal weight, it’s common to have frustrating trouble spots on your body that just won’t go away.

You’re not alone if you’ve recently lost weight but still have fat in specific areas. At Skinworks Dermatology in New York City, Dr. Javier Zelaya offers a revolutionary procedure called CoolSculpting® that helps you get rid of those problem areas once and for all.

Learn more about this simple, body revitalizing procedure and how it can help you fully regain your body after weight loss.

How does CoolSculpting work?

CoolSculpting uses cryolipolysis to eliminate fat. Cryolipolysis is a technique that effectively kills fat cells by using technology that freezes and suctions off the cells.

After receiving the CoolSculpting treatment from Dr. Zelaya, your body uses its natural healing to rid your body of the dead cells, shedding the unwanted fat deposits. You’ll start to see results in as little as one month.

What areas can CoolSculpting treat?

The CoolSculpting treatment works on nearly all areas of the body where stubborn fat collects, including the arms, stomach, under the chin, back, thighs, and hips.

Who should get CoolSculpting?

Most healthy women and men can get CoolSculpting. You’re an ideal candidate for this treatment if you’re at or close to your ideal weight and have specific fat deposit trouble spots that won’t go away with a healthy lifestyle.

CoolSculpting is a spot fat reduction technique and isn’t intended as a tool for weight loss. Therefore, you’re not a candidate for this procedure if you’re significantly overweight or obese.

What to expect during the procedure

CoolSculpting is a straightforward outpatient procedure that takes place in Dr. Zelaya’s office. During the treatment, Dr. Zelaya places on your skin a hand-held device with a gel pad on it, which is attached to applicators.

Dr. Zelaya moves this device over the treatment area for up to one hour. You won’t feel any pain but might experience some minor sensations of pulling or pinching on the skin.

Once your treatment is complete, you can immediately go back to your daily routine. The number of sessions you need for full results depends on your individualized treatment plan, but many people get the results they desire after just one session.

If you’ve recently reached your target weight, finish attaining your ideal body by getting CoolSculpting. With this easy, pain-free technique available, there’s no need to put off fully claiming the physical appearance you desire.

With offices in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, Skinworks Dermatology is easily accessible to people throughout the greater New York City area. Finish your weight loss journey today by requesting an appointment online or calling us at the office nearest you.

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