Sunday, December 30, 2012

Get rid of fats withouts Scars and Needles

Good news for Overweight people!!

Now you can get rid of the extra fats from your body without an operation, or use o needles and scalpels - and obviously no scars too - thanks to the emerging technology and medical science.

Leah Hardy tried new procedure CoolSculpting, a non- invasive alternative to liposuction
Leah Hardy, who filed this report on Mail Online herself tested the CoolSculpting (Photo: Nick Holt/Mail Online)

CoolSculpting is the new procedure which is making headlines in USA and UK - a non- invasive, no needle, no scalpel, no scar alternative to liposuction. 

Demand for the procedure that sucks up fat and freezes it to death was reported to be at an all-time high in the U.S. last week, reports Leah Hardy at Mail Online.

The ideal candidate is within two stone of their ideal body weight and has pockets of pinchable soft fat on muffin tops, flanks, back fat, abdomen and inner thighs.

CoolSculpting works by cryolipolysis, which means fat cells are cooled to near freezing, crystallise, shatter and die. Normally people are worried that all the dead fat would get into their bloodstream and raise blood fats or put liver under strain. but the studies show dead fat cells are digested by white blood cells in the immune system. 


The studies also showed the treatment wouldn't damage the skin or nerves, and that a single one-hour procedure could shrink the fat in the area being treated by an average of 20 to 25 per cent.

Sounds impressive, but in reality, this equates to a reduction in fat depth of just four millimetres - though you can repeat the treatment as often as you like (or can afford) as one time treatment costs £800. However, in studies the fat loss from follow-up treatments tended to be less drastic.

However, before adopting CoolSculpting, one muct weight its pros and cons, including price vis a vis regular exercises and other weight reducing techniques.

Read more about it at: Mail Online

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