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Fight Persistent Fat with CoolSculpting

Is constantly trying to get rid of fat unsuccessfully exhausting you? Fight persistent fat with CoolSculpting at AesthetiCare Medical Spa in Kansas City!

You have probably heard it all before, “If you eat healthy and exercise three times a day, you will lose your weight!” While we agree that living a healthy lifestyle is incredibly important, we also know that sometimes body fat can be difficult to shed, no matter how intensive your diet and exercise plans are. What if we told you that you had another option that was free of surgery and intensive diet restrictions? AesthetiCare can help you fight persistent fat with CoolSculpting in Leawood!

How is CoolSculpting different than other procedures?

CoolSculpting, an FDA approved procedure, works by crystalizing (freezing) your fat cells in a controlled setting. This procedure is gentle while allowing your fat cells to die. Eventually, your body will naturally process your fat cells in this way, causing your shape to be sculpted exactly how you dreamed it would be.

AesthetiCare is the only medical spa in the Kansas City area that utilizes the integrative combination of CoolSculpting and ZWave. ZWave is designed to allow CoolSculpting to work more quickly with less treatments and less pain. Due to this harmonious combination, you get your results faster and with more accuracy than treatments without the ZWave.

I am ready to shed my unwanted fat. Where can I have CoolSculpting done?

AesthetiCare was the first medical spa in the Kansas City to offer CoolSculpting for the double chin. In addition to the double chin, CoolSculpting can be used to improve the look of your inner and outer thighs, stomach, and love handles.

Free yourself from body fat. Contact AesthetiCare Leawood today to inquire about fighting persistent fat with CoolSculpting!

If you are interested in learning more about AesthetiCare’s CoolSculpting and ZWave procedure, click here.

*Results may vary

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