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Q: Do at-home CoolSculpting devices really work?
A: At-home CoolSculpting devices do not work , and should not be attempted, because there is skill and technique involved with performing the procedure. Fremont Laser & Skin Care professionals undergo hours of training, are licensed, and perform the procedure on clients multiple times a day.
Q: Can You DIY CoolSculpting at home?
A: “DIY CoolSculpting” claims usually involve ice cubes, icy gel packs, machines or fat freezing products available for sale online that claim to work like CoolSculpting does. However, the actual CoolSculpting procedure is not done at home.
Q: Is it possible to do CoolSculpting at home?
A: This is definitely not recommended. Attempting CoolSculpting at home is not only ineffective, but also potentially dangerous. CoolSculpting is known for “freezing” fat cells, but there’s much more to the process. During your treatment, your provider uses a small applicator that also sucks out some of the frozen fat cells.
Q: How to do CoolSculpting at home?
A: Target stubborn areas with dual-action gel packs that focus on lingering surface flab and reduce its … Our durable,super-soft neoprene cold belt sleeve protects skin from burning and irritation while … Use our product developed using study-supported science,to ~30 degrees Fahrenheit to achieve a …