Cool Sculpting For The Thigh Area Available For Entire State Of New Jersey

October 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - NJ Center for CoolSculpting, based in Summit, New Jersey, has announced that they are offering CoolSculpting for the thigh area for people living in the state of New Jersey. People can also claim a coupon that would be good for up to $1200 off the price of the CoolSculpting procedure. They want to point out that this procedure is ideal for those have been frustrated in not being able to get rid of the fat on their thighs despite dieting and exercising. This is an FDA-approved non-invasive procedure that can offer the solution for people who want leaner and more sculpted thighs.

Hardik Soni from NJ Center for CoolSculpting says, “To look and feel your best, even recapturing your sexiness, you should give CoolSculpting serious consideration.”

He adds, “Along with targeting fat on the inner thigh, CoolSculpting works incredibly well on the outer thigh. Although both men and women struggle with the same issue of having too much fat on the upper legs, this is a particular challenge for women. The reason is that the physiology of fat storage differs between the two genders. CoolSculpting, which is the only nonsurgical and FDA-approved treatment for reducing fat, delivers proven results without needles, surgery, anesthesia, or downtime.”

Although this non-invasive procedure is often used for getting rid of bulges of fat on the belly, it has been found to also work well with fat on the thighs. The treatment consists of the physician putting a gel pad and applicator on the targeted area. Through the applicator, controlled cold is used to target and kill fat cells. These fat cells on the thighs die due to apoptosis, which is programmed cell death. Some of the fat cells will die immediately but others will only die after a number of weeks or even months. The dead fat cells get processed by the body over time and are eventually excreted through the liver, as stools. Those who would like to know more about NJ Center for CoolSculpting can check out their Facebook page.

For the inner thighs, CoolSculpting has also been found to be effective in eliminating fat cells in that part of the body. Previously, the applicators were only for the stomach but through advances in medical technology, they now have applicators that have been specifically designed for use on the thighs. And the procedures also works well for the outer thigh area. For optimum results, the physician will likely suggest that the patient adopt an exercise program or be involved in some kind of physical activity that focuses on the muscles of the upper legs, and also to keep a healthy diet.

It should be noted, however, that CoolSculpting will not be able to fix the problem with thigh cellulite. This is because cellulite is a skin issue. Nevertheless, by getting rid of a bulge of fat under the skin, patients would be able to have smoother, tighter, and more sculpted thighs. It will also provide women with their desired thigh gap, which is a space between inner thigh area when standing erect. The thigh gap provides women with a sexier and slimmer appearance.

For those who are concerned that the procedure may cause pain, this is extremely rare although patients are likely to experience some sensations. They may notice some cramping, tingling, tugging, aching, stinging, and sensitivity to touch. These sensations are minimal and will not last long.

Aside from the belly and thigh areas, CoolSculpting can also be used to removed stubborn fat from the arms, breast, buttocks, and the chin area. People who have a double chin and are embarrassed by it can use this as the solution, particularly for those who want to avoid surgery. The procedure has also been found to be effective in treating jowls.

Those who want to know more about CoolSculpting treatment for the thigh area or other parts of the body at NJ Center for CoolSculpting can go to their website at, or contact them through the phone or via email.


For more information about NJ Center for CoolSculpting, contact the company here:

NJ Center for CoolSculpting
Hardik Soni
+1 908-273-5400
89 Summit Ave Suite 100

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