Every day we are reminded that we may not like the appearance we see in the mirror. We are our own most prominent critics in almost every regard, from our work to our bodies. Still, it’s good to be reminded that everyone is beautiful in unique ways, no matter how harshly we self-judge.
Being confident in our own skin is something every individual deserves. Many look to improve certain parts of their figure, because, at the end of the day, it’s about being happy with what you see.
With so many treatment options for reducing body fat, ranging from liposuction to noninvasive procedures like CoolSculpting, it takes considerable research to determine just what is the best choice for you.
Let’s take a more in-depth look at CoolSculpting, starting from the very beginning when, in 2004, the concept of fat-freezing was first discovered by scientists as a way to help eliminate fat cells. They realized that although diet and exercise shrink fat cells through the freezing process, now called cryolipolysis, could potentially destroy the fat cells.
CoolSculpting was then created in 2008 using controlled-cooling technology and flat pads called applicators, which were created to isolate fat pockets on the body and administer the low temperatures. After the cells are destroyed, the body then flushes out the dead fat cells through natural processes.
Like most technology, with time comes improvements, and that is there Clatuu comes in. It has been suggested that because Clatuu innovated upon the idea of the CoolSculpting technique, that means it offers more even more freezing capacity on the targeted area. In reality, the difference between the two processes is not all that clear.
The Clatuu process uses two applicators, which allows patients to undergo treatment in two separate areas in one session. Because of this versatility, a patient will have to come into fewer sessions to see the results that they are looking for. The cooling speed of the technology is also an added benefit to these sessions. CoolSculpting already offers the fantastic advantage of requiring no downtime after a round of cooling, and Clatuu claims it freezes 30 percent faster than that. So not only will you need to come in for less session, but when you do come in, you will be spending less time waiting.
Now that you know the benefits of this noninvasive procedure, your next worry will likely be its cost, and rightly so. When thinking about other cosmetic surgeries such as the invasive counterpart to cryolipolysis, liposuction, you may be concerned that those prices don’t vary. You may even believe that because of the advancements in technology and all of the benefits that it would be more expensive, but lucky for you, that is not the case. The average cost for Clatuu should be relatively comparable to that of CoolSculpting, ranging in the $1,000 to $2,000 dollar range. However, the price for your cryolipolysis treatment will vary according to the number of areas targeted, the number of procedures required, and the size of the body part.
Clatuu is the newer process that freezes fat; with just a bit of slight discomfort, you may soon enjoy the exact results that you were looking for. No need to hit the gym five days a week or avoid all of your favorite foods. Once the fat cells are eliminated from the body, they do not grow back. So enjoy the benefits of Clatuu and call your doctor today.