Fat Freezing System

CoolSculpting® is the world’s leading cryolipolysis system, offering proven results in the permanent reduction of stubborn pockets of fat.

The demand for CoolSculpting fat freezing treatments is so high that it is now available in select clinics over 74 countries, and to date over 5 million fat freezing treatment cycles have been carried out worldwide.

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A CoolSculpting® fat freezing treatment delivers precisely controlled cooling to the body, targeting the fat cells that lie underneath the skin. These fat cells are then frozen and destroyed by the change in temperature as fat cells tend to shy away from the cold. After a fat freezing treatment, the frozen cells are destroyed over time, and your body naturally processes and eliminates these dead cells to reveal a more sculpted physique.

CoolSculpting® fat freezing treatments are suitable for use across almost the whole body. Our aesthetic therapists are able to deliver tailormade fat freezing treatment plans for the chin, male chest, arms, bra fat pads, abdomen, flanks, buttocks, as well as the inner and outer thigh area.

Most clients will see results start to appear after one to three months of CoolSculpting® fat freezing treatments.

Coppergate Clinic are proud to use the CoolSculpting® system within the following procedures:

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