Men Are Turning to CoolSculpting® to Get Rid of Stubborn Belly Fat!

Say goodbye to the ‘Dad Bod’ and hello to the ‘Summer Bod’, because we have one COOL treatment men all over are asking for by

Say goodbye to the ‘Dad Bod’ and hello to the ‘Summer Bod’, because we have one COOL treatment men all over are asking for by name!

Have you noticed your jeans hugging you a little too snug? Your favorite polo just not fitting like it used to? Stubborn fat doesn’t just affect women, and thanks to the CoolSculpting® treatment, it doesn’t have to affect men either. Men are turning to CoolSculpting® to freeze away stubborn fat with the number one fat reduction treatment*.

What Areas Can I Treat With CoolSculpting®?

One great aspect about the CoolSculpting® treatment are the number of areas that can be treated. CoolSculpting® is FDA-cleared to treat visible fat bulges in 9 different areas: the abdomen, flanks, banana roll, thighs, bra fat, upper arms, back,  the submental area (double chin) and the submandibular area (below the jawline). CoolSculpting® is also FDA-cleared to affect the appearance of lax tissue with submental area treatments.

The Next Step in Your CoolSculpting® Journey

Next, you'll want to meet with a CoolSculpting® clinician in your area to come up with your complete treatment plan. With this unique treatment plan, you'll be one step closer to achieving your body sculpting goals. With the assessment out of the way and treatment plan established, you can set up an appointment for treatment, so you can kiss those pesky bulges goodbye!  

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