DIY CoolSculpting For Fat Reduction

Many of us are looking to reduce the amount of fat on our bodies without the pain that comes with exercising and the torture that comes with cutting out our favorite foods. There are many effective and easy ways to burn off body fat and shed off a few pound for a more slimming, sculpted figure. One of the ways to effectively burn excess fat is with CoolSculpting or Cyolipolysis (learn more here). With CoolSculpting, the cold temperature has the ability to sent chills right to the skin and reduce fat by causing underlying fat cells to naturally die away. This fat freezing technique will give you the look you have been wishing to have within two months after treatment.

Usually, after one treatment, 1.4 oz/40 g of fat and 7 mm of thickness is burned off after those two months. Temperatures as cold as -5c to -10c aid in fat reducing process you are guaranteed to see within a few short months.

Engaging in this fat freezing treatment can cost a pretty penny when you decide to use commercial equipment, but there are cheaper alternatives for those who want to be apart of the fat freeze movement without spending a ton of money. You can implement your own DIY solution to burn off fat, which is effective and way more cheaper. Although it is recommended to use authorized provider, you can find inexpensive equipment on eBay. As a note, when used improperly and incorrectly, DIY sculpting can come with a few risks.

Some of the risks that some previous users have experienced is:

  • Skin redness with some bruising and numbness
  • Mild or moderate pain
  • Severe pain during the first five minutes (4% of users)
  • Wounds from frostbite
  • Paradoxical increase in fat thickness

Many of these risks are very easy to avoid when you properly go about this procedure. Frostbite can be prevented as long as the user doesn’t go to temperatures as low as -10c/ 14f. Overall full effect of fat reduction takes place by three to four months. Long-term weight loss isn’t guaranteed and solely dependents on the individual’s upkeep of the procedure.