Saturday, 17 February 2018

Pulse Light Clinic's Fat Freezing Coolscupting Treatment *

Today's post is all about Pulse Light Clinic based in London and the Coolsculpting Treatment that they offer. Most people have stubborn fat cells in certain areas which just don't seem to want to budge even if you're exercising regulary and eating all the healthy foods. Coolsculpting is a non-surgical, safe (FDA approved) fat freezing treatment which uses the fat freezing technology of Cryolipolysis which freezes the unwanted fat cells and eliminates the fat cells without needing to use needles or surgery. 

The Coolsculpting Pack is placed on the area of unwanted fat and is left for one hour. During the hour you can have a cat nap, read, check on your social media or catch up on your emails. During the hour treatment the fat is frozen which causes fat cells to die and your body will naturally process and then flush out the dead cells which removes them from the area and then eventually the entire body. It is completely safe and FDA approved and it also causes no damage to the surrounding tissue and skin. The treated fat cells are gone for good after the treatment too.

You can have the Coolsculpting treatment on many areas including -

Double Chin
Bra Fat
Abdomen 
Flank 
Underneath The Buttocks
Inner and Outer Thigh


Because the treatment is non-surgical most people can return to normal daily activities right away.  If you are struggling with stubborn fat cells in certain areas then this is definitely a treatment to consider. 

The Pulse Light Clinic offer their Coolsculpting Treatment at their Bank Clinic -

1st Floor, 
Peek House,
 20 East Cheap,
 London, EC3M 1EB 

and is open until 8pm on weekdays and 5pm over the weekend. You can also contact them via phone 0207 523 5158 for further information or if you wish to book a free consultation (also available to do on their website).

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*this post is sponsored by Pulse Light Clinic
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