How you can literally freeze away unwanted bulky areas and bulges

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CoolSculpting is an innovative way to contour your body by freezing unwanted fat away with no surgery and little to no downtime. The results are CoolSculpting is FDA approved, and permanently reduces the fat in each area by 25-30%.

Representatives from Spa Trouve joined us today to explain more about the treatment. They said CoolSculpting is specially designed for those who have unwanted fat in targeted areas. Good candidates for the CoolSculpting procedure have noticeable bulges in certain areas they’d like to get rid of. Many people want a non-surgical alternative to liposuction. They explained that you will meet with a CoolSculpting Director during a one on one consultation. Your specialist will take the time to discuss a holistic approach to your goals for reshaping your body. Together, you’ll look at your whole body from different angles and then focus on specific areas where you want to eliminate fat.

They mentioned that as the name suggests, the CoolSculpting procedure can be a little chilly. Controlled cooling is delivered via an applicator to freeze the targeted fat. Though you may feel intense cold initially, this feeling usually subsides within 5 to 10 minutes as the area numbs. Because most applicators use a vacuum to draw fatty tissue into the applicator cup, you may also feel some pulling, tugging, and/or mild pinching. While some patients may see results as early as three weeks after their first treatments, the most dramatic results are usually seen between one and three months following treatment. 

Spa Trouve will be hosting a three day fundraising event for the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation September 26-28 at their Salt Lake City, Orem, and Draper locations. Cycles will be $200 off and $10 per cycle will be going towards the foundation. 
 
Visit spatrouve.com for more information.

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