Enough to Achieve My Dream Body?

January 3rd, 2020 by Dr. Michael Glass

Some parts of the body are prone to storing stubborn pockets of fat no matter what we do. This is a relic of our cavemen ancestors who relied on this fat to help them survive periods of famine.

Women particularly, especially those who are in their reproductive years, tend to store fat in their hips, thighs, and buttocks. From a biological perspective, this provides pregnant and nursing women with energy to nourish and support their children.

As a result of these factors, spot reduction—the belief that specific exercises can reduce fat from certain areas of the body—doesn’t always work. Instead, where and when fat comes off someone’s body is determined by their genes, hormones, gender, body type, body composition, and diet, among other things.

The good news is that you can still have the body you want … with CoolSculpting.

How CoolSculpting Can Help

CoolSculpting is a non-invasive technique that targets and cools unwanted fat cells. The body then naturally carries those fat cells away leaving you with a slimmer, more toned appearance. Typically, you can expect to notice visible results within just weeks of getting the treatment done. before and after coolsculpting on arm

But perhaps best of all, CoolSculpting is ideal for targeting stubborn pockets of fat that can’t be eliminated by diet and exercise alone, like:

  • Upper Arms
  • Under the Chin
  • AbdomenFlank (AKA Love Handles)
  • Under the Buttocks

Unfortunately, as wonderful as CoolSculpting is, it cannot treat obesity. For that reason, the best CoolSculpting patients typically are within 30 pounds of their ideal weight.

Want to find out if you’re a good fit for CoolSculpting?

Your next step is to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Glass at Esteem!

How Can I Schedule My Complimentary CoolSculpting Consultation at Esteem Medical Spa?

To schedule your complimentary consultation at Esteem Medical Spa, call us at 775.204.3508. We’re conveniently located in Reno at 6522 S. McCarran Boulevard.