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Have You Tried Coolsculpting?

Posted on February 9, 2015 at 9:03 am

Resolutions and fitness goals are set high at the beginning of January. Changing old bad habits is challenging, but there is a helping hand called Coolsculpting! This procedure results in eliminating unwanted fat. Coolsculpting targets fatty tissue on the abdomen, back, love handles, and inner and outer thighs. More than 1 million treatments worldwide have proven time and time again it is one of the most effective non-invasive fat treatments available.

At Audubon Dermatology, an assessment is scheduled prior to treatment to answer questions and to create a customized treatment plan. Coolsculpting treatments are performed by our certified coolsculpting Aesthetic team. The patient is comfortably placed in a treatment room for the length of the procedure (1-3 hours) on average. Pain medication is not necessary and you can expect to return back to normal activities that day.

Results become apparent 3-8 weeks after treatment. During that time the body naturally expels the destroyed fat. More than one treatment may be necessary to obtain your sculpting goals. Exilis skin tightening is a great option after this treatment to help firm lax skin.

Coolsculpting is designed to sculpt the body areas and treat stubborn pockets of fat. It does not take the place of diet and exercise, and is not intended for weight loss. If the fat is pinchable on abdomen, thighs, or flanks you’re a candidate!

How long does it last?
When you lose weight fat cells shrink; when you gain they get larger. Coolsculpting reduces number of fat cells permanently!

CoolSculpting in New Orleans, LA


Schedule a complimentary coolsculpting consult this week. Mention this blog and lock in our 1 time introductory pricing for the month of February plus receive a FREE Skin Ceuticals glycolic peel. ($75)

We are grateful to be back in the office serving our patients. We continue offering the highest standards of cleanliness, safety and sanitation including: Prescreening phone calls prior to appointments, temperature checks and screening upon arrival, and seeing patients on a limited basis only to minimize occupancy.

The safety of our patients and staff continues to be a top priority. Please call us at 504-895-3376 to schedule an appointment today.