Despite making all the changes — exercising regularly, switching unhealthy snacks for whole foods, and cooking your own meals — you’re still fighting to lose those last 5 to 10 pounds. It seems no matter how hard you try, you can’t get rid of the stubborn fat, whether it has surfaced as your muffin top, love handles or belly rolls. But don’t think this means you have to throw in the towel just yet.
When it comes to fat reduction procedures beyond diet and exercise, there are many options on the market, including lasers, lights and radio-frequency treatments. However, for many people, even just the thought of a suction hose, needle, laser or knife makes them head for the hills. In fact, the notion of damaging your skin to be skinnier seems counterintuitive to living a healthy lifestyle. But then we heard about CoolSculpting.
Created by Harvard scientists (which means it’s got to be good!), CoolSculpting is a new, patented and clinically-proven procedure that involves freezing fat cells without damage to your skin. Yup! You read that right, freezing! There’s no downside to the treatment, and you don’t have to take any pills or supplements as long as you maintain a healthy lifestyle. After the FDA-approved procedure, the fat cells are naturally removed from your body over the following months, leaving a thinner, healthier you. In fact, people have experienced a 20 percent reduction of fat in the treated area after only one visit.
Although it is a new treatment, people are already talking about CoolSculpting, including the media. CoolSculpting has been featured on several TV shows, including Good Morning America, the CBS Early Show, The Rachael Ray Show and Extra.
So are you ready to lose those last stubborn pounds? Are you ready to look and feel your best? Take the CoolSculpting 12 Weeks to Change Challenge. Enter the contest for a chance to win a free CoolSculpting procedure valued at $1,500 and other weekly prizes! The sweepstakes ends August, 6, 2011, so sign up now! To learn more about this incredible fat reduction procedure, please visit http://www.coolsculpting.com . CoolSculpting is also on Facebook, which means you can like and spread the word at http://www.facebook.com/coolsculpting.
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