Does ChillSculpt (Fat Freezing/Cryolipolysis) Really Work? – Part 2

Lumps, bumps and bulges are all just a part of life, but sometimes we want to get rid of that muffin top or see if we can shake stubborn pockets of fat that no amount of exercise seems to budge. That’s where fat freezing or cryolipolysis seems like the idea solution. Described as non-invasive liposuction, it targets pockets of fat and freezes away the fat cells.

Professionals do caution that this is not a weight loss treatment, but for people like me who had gained just a little weight that didn’t seem to want to shift it seemed like an ideal solution. To read the start of my journey, check out part 1, and find out about the results of my journey below.

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4-6 50 minute sessions is recommended to treat an area with results showing up from the third session onwards. I had 5 sessions and saw very little result (so little the pictures didn’t show it). I treated my thighs and stomach and the biggest thing I noticed was that after the 5 sessions, the area of my thighs I had treated, I could sort of feel that there were less fat cells there. The measurements done by the clinic I visited also showed me losing 8cm off the waist, but I couldn’t visually see the difference.

So for me, maintaining healthy eating and exercising is still the way to go. I know I struggle to find enough time in the day to exercise, so if you’ve found the solution to that particular problem, please do comment below.

But if you have the time, money and tolerance for the uncomfortableness of ChillSculpting, it could be worth a go to target a specific area.

Krystal xx

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