CoolSculpting uses revolutionary freezing technology to cause apoptosis, or cell death, to reduce subcutaneous fat. One of the new applicators launched, that we at PHI have the pleasure of using, is CoolAdvantage Petite, specifically designed for use on smaller pockets of fat, like those on the upper arm, above the knee, and on the mid back. Unlike some of our other treatments, CoolSculpting can be performed all year round.Book consultation
Results can be seen from just one 35 minute treatment of CoolAdvantage Petite, but depending on the area treated, more sessions may be needed. The interchangeable applicators are designed to provide a comfortable fit for every patient during treatment, for fat reduction in such a challenging area.
This clinically effective treatment boasts up to 95% patient satisfaction, with millions of sessions conducted all over the world.
By freezing fat in a controlled manner, the CoolAdvantage Petite eliminates targeted fat cells without affecting tissue surrounding it, in a completely non-invasive way for measurable results in a lower-risk treatment. It is the only fat reduction measure of its kind that is FDA-approved for use on upper arm, which is the third most common area of concern, according to ZELTIQ’s (the manufacturer) data.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many sessions you need all comes down to the individual, you will have to see a clinician for a consultation for a comprehensive treatment plan.
One of our experienced Nurses or Aestheticians will perform this treatment.
A suitable candidate will have small areas of stubborn fat that is difficult to reduce through diet and exercise alone. This treatment is not suitable as a weight loss alternative, and should be used in conjunction with healthy diet and regular exercise.
The CoolAdvantage Petite is suitable for use on the upper arm, above the knee, bra fat, and banana rolls.
Downtime is minimal, but side effects can include some bruising, swelling, and redness in the area treated, that should subside soon after treatment. It is always important that you disclose your medical history honestly with your assigned.