National Leaders in Cosmetic Cool Sculpting on Stomach in New Jersey

October 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Many people have an area of their body that they aren’t completely satisfied with. Very often it just seems to be stubbornly staying the same despite careful diet and regular exercise. Putting all that effort into looking good with little or no result is incredibly frustrating.

There is a relatively new technique for physically contouring these stubborn areas of which the stomach is the most problematic for most people. Available right now, it is offered at the New Jersey Center for Cool Sculpting, a division of the well-known Ethos Spa in Summit, New Jersey.

Fat freezing treatments on many problem body areas have been offered for some time, but thanks to improvements to existing techniques it is now available for one of the most problematic areas of all, the stomach. CoolSculpting on Stomach is now the procedure of choice for those trying to improve their stomach’s physique.

“This minimally invasive treatment delivers impressive results for both male and female patients,” said Dr. Hardik Soni, the medical director of the Ethos Spa, Skin and Laser Centers in Summit and Englewood, NJ. The results are indeed impressive and there is a gallery of “before and after treatment” patient photographs on their website that should be viewed by anyone interested in improving themselves in this way.

The New Jersey Center for CoolSculpting has a thoroughly professional staff of board-certified physicians, certified aestheticians, as well as licensed physician’s assistants. Patients choosing to undergo stomach fat freezing there can be confident that they are in good hands and they have made the right choice.

“Dr. Soni has a very good reputation,” said Mara Thompson, a New Jersey Center for Cool Sculpting patient. “He is truly a caring person and he takes the time to make sure you are very clear on what your choices are and the results you can expect from each option. It makes it much easier to choose.”

“I have been to other cosmetic treatment centers and they always seem to be trying to pressure you into doing this or that extra treatment and it can be very confusing. Dr. Soni never does that,” Thompson continued. “Just the opposite in fact. He actually tried to dissuade me from some procedures I was thinking about doing. I decided to follow his advice and went with the Cool Sculpting procedure. I have to say I am very pleased with the results I got from the recommended treatment.”

Many patients will get the best results from a series of treatments rather than a one-off procedure. Because of this the Center for Cool Sculpting currently has an available promotion that allows clients to get up to $1,200 off selected Cool Sculpting on the Stomach treatments. This is a substantial saving and is the biggest discount they have ever offered. See their site at for contact details to find out more information.

In addition to the financial aspects of such a procedure, people also wonder about just how this system works and what to expect. The treatment itself causes the body to flush the unwanted fat cells out after they have been frozen. Most people do not experience any pain from the treatments.

Unlike many treatments offered elsewhere, there are no incisions involved at all. All this happens with the correct application of cold temperatures. Results will vary from person to person, but most people experience a reduction of between 20% and 26% of their unwanted stomach fat over time from a series of Cool Sculpting treatments.

The center makes it clear that the results don’t happen immediately. “The best candidates for this treatment are people who are currently active and pay attention to their diets,” Dr. Soni said.

Those interested can find out more about the services offered by visiting their Facebook page at This useful resource gives a great deal of information about the treatments, what to expect, and the experiences that other patients have had.


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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