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I can finally share my before and after photos from my CoolSculpting appointments at Marina Plastic Surgery. They say “good things come to those who wait.” Good things in this case are a thinner chin and arms. And yes, both were very worth the wait!
I am blown away with my results. I had three sessions each on my chin and upper arms, with a six to eight week waiting period between each appointment. Here are three things I learned…
• CoolScuplting isn’t a quick fix.
It took five months until I saw the full effect of the three treatments. (That includes the waiting period between each.) You need to give your body the time to process and eliminate the fat after each treatment.
(Read more about that in my first post.)
• CoolSculpting isn’t for quitters.
Every person I spoke to who only did one treatment reported results ranging from the lukewarm “Meh” to the steadfast “It didn’t work.” I personally did see slight results after just one treatment, but the most noticeable results came after my second treatment and increased with my third. Listen to your practitioner when they tell you how many appointments you need.
• CoolSculpting works.
I mean, just look at those photos! There is no denying that my chin and arms are visibly thinner.
Coolsculpting Neck Results Photos
Can I just take a moment to say how mortifying it is to post those before photos for the world to see?
I spent YEARS (honestly, years) hiding my arms and double chin. Working the angles in photos, strategically placing layers in my hair, sporting shrugs.
To, quite literally, let it all hang out there is hard.
Coolsculpting Arm Results Photos
But I’m so happy with the results that it even gives me the confidence to show you where I started. I wore a tank top and a ponytail last week. Not to be too dramatic, but that’s major for me.
As mentioned in my previous post, it doesn’t come cheap.
Sessions with the CoolMini are $1000 a treatment and CoolSculpting is $700 per area (but Marina Plastic Surgery does offer discounts if you purchase multiple treatments). But knowing now how well it worked, I’d pay it in a heartbeat.
(Well, not a heartbeat. But I’d skip my latte a day habit and totally start a savings account for it!)
If you have stubborn fat in areas that seem to be resistant to diet and exercise, I highly recommend CoolSculpting. If you go see Rachael (and, you should!), tell her we heart this sent you.