What to Expect During a CoolSculpting Procedure


Getting new bangs? Lovely. Before you go bang crazy at the salon, have you thought about a CoolSculpting treatment? This non-invasive procedure eliminates stubborn fat over the next 20 days or so. You can take the day off for your appointment or fit it in on your lunch break. If you want to know more, these questions will help you figure out if the CoolSculpting procedure is right for you.


CoolSculpting is a very popular non-invasive cosmetic procedure that can help people achieve a slimmer silhouette. It works by freezing and reducing the fat cells in the target area. During the procedure, the doctor will apply a cooling device to the area to make sure the fat cells are destroyed.

This technique helps to pull the fat cells out and create a smoother surface. Along with pulling, the doctor may use massage techniques or other modalities during the process to make it more comfortable.


CoolSculpting tugging is a procedure that is used to help promote fat reduction and body sculpting. During a CoolSculpting tugging procedure, a handheld device is used to gently massage the skin over a targeted area of the body.

This helps to encourage the body to release fat from the targeted areas and cools the treated area during the procedure to help reduce the risk of permanent damage to the skin. During a CoolSculpting tugging procedure, a patient may experience a tugging sensation, which is a feeling similar to a massage.

Mild Pinching

CoolSculptingDuring the procedure, patients may experience a mild pinching sensation as the device is applied to their skin. Patients report that this sensation is generally quite bearable and is only temporary.

The applicator is consistently cycled on and off, which helps to maintain a comfortable temperature that may result in a pinching sensation each time it is turned on and off.

Intense Cold

Intense cold is a key component of the CoolSculpting procedure. The patient will typically feel a cold sensation on the CoolSculpting treatment area, followed by a tugging sensation due to the vacuum, and may even feel a pulling or pinching sensation.

This is due to the fact that the cold temperatures being used during the procedure attack and freeze areas of fat cells. The intense cold triggers the body’s natural response to protect itself, inducing the body to cut off circulation to the area in order to keep warmth within peripheral tissues.


Cramping during a CoolSculpting procedure is not unusual and is generally not a cause for concern. While the treatment is non-invasive, it can still cause some uncomfortable sensations, as the cold temperatures cause muscle contractions and cramps.

Patients may also feel a pulling, tugging, and pinching sensation at the start of the procedure. To avoid painful sensations, it is important for patients to keep moving and to stay as still as possible during the treatment.

If you’re finally ready to go under the knife, consider CoolSculpting at Little Lipo.

Find Out What You Can Expect During a Coolsculpting Procedure

CoolSculpting is an excellent option for people who want to reduce fat without the risks and recovery time associated with surgery. It is important to discuss the procedure with your doctor to make sure it is the right choice for you.

If the CoolSculpting procedure is the right fit, you can make an appointment with a certified provider and enjoy the benefits of a fat reduction procedure that is non-invasive and with minimal side effects.

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