Tips to Maintain Your CoolSculpting Results

CoolSculpting has been creating a wave of amazing non-surgical results in the plastic surgery world. CoolSculpting works by freezing fat cells shutterstock_217194712but keeping the healthy tissue untouched, leaving you with a slimmer, smoother area. During the weeks following your procedure, your body works to rid of the fat and final results will reach their peak after a few months. So, what now? How do you make sure your body keeps these outstanding results for a slimmer body? Below are tips to help you maintain your results.

  1. The Beginning. CoolSculpting is the perfect way to kick off your transformation to a slimmer you. After you’ve had your procedure, you should continue to exercise and maintain a healthy diet filled with vitamins and nutrients your body needs. This procedure is an excellent way to get your body ready for a healthier lifestyle and you should continue with this lifestyle after your procedure to ensure your results last.
  2. Lose the Calories. Since your body is constantly working to flush out the fat cells, it will almost seem like you can eat whatever you want. To make sure your body is looking good while it is constantly changing, eating a well-balanced diet is vital. This will also help you create the habit of a healthy diet once your results are at their peak.
  3. To take tip number one farther, it is important to make sure that you are mixing up your workout routine and getting the right kind of exercise in. By combining resistance training, strength and cardio, your body will be working to its fullest potential. You could put in the same amount of hours jogging or running as you do with combining strength and cardio, but your results will simply not be to their fullest potential.

Combining all of these tips will leave you not only looking great, but feeling great! For more information on the revolutionary CoolSculpting, contact Dr. Moriatis’ office right away.

 

 

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