Are you trying to lose weight? This unconventional approach might make all the difference

CoolSculpting benefits include no downtime, non-invasive procedure

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This article is sponsored by SliMedica.

Do you find yourself finding it difficult to lose weight on your own through dieting and exercise? If so, there is an option that might help you.

CoolSculpting, a fat-freezing technology, is able to freeze and permanently destroy up to 20% to 25% reduction in fat layer thickness after a single session.

Benefits of CoolSculpting include no downtime, a non-invasive procedure, a low-risk procedure for most people, and the skin barrier is not broken or compromised, removing most of the risk of complications, such as infection and scarring and results tend to look natural.

CoolSculpting is FDA-cleared for the treatment of visible fat bulges under the chin and jawline areas, thigh, abdomen and flank, along with bra fat, back fat, underneath the buttocks and upper arm. 

Am I eligible for CoolSculpting? 

You will first be prompted by your provider that offers CoolSculpting to answer some questions about yourself. CoolSculpting has listed these questions for people interested in the service.

Question 1: What is your gender?  

Question 2: Where do you want to reshape your body?

Question 3: Have you ever had a cosmetic procedure to improve your appearance?

Question 4: Would you consider having a nonsurgical fat reduction treatment?

Question 5: Are you generally within 30 lbs. or 13.6 kg. of your ideal weight but have areas of excess fat?

Once you have discussed these questions with your provider, the provider will then have a consultation with you to see if CoolSculpting is the best option.

SliMedica, a total transformation medical clinic, treats each patient with quality care and thorough medical assessments to address each problem from the core to ensure patients are successful with their weight loss and beauty programs.

If you're interested in learning more about CoolSculpting, SliMedica offers the service at its clinic. 

For more information, visit or call 210-361-1480. 



About the Author:

Kiersten has been a Digital Content Creator with KSAT12 since 2017. She graduated from Texas State University with an electronic media degree and previously worked for the Spurs Sports & Entertainment.