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At New Essence Skin Care, we understand that stubborn body fat can be frustrating and challenging to overcome. Our CoolSculpting® procedure is designed to target specific areas such as your abdomen, flank, upper arm, inner thigh, outer thigh, back, chest, and double chin. With one to two sessions, you can see significant results. Our procedure presents minimal risk of skin lesions and does not alter the surrounding tissues.

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What is CoolSculpting®

CoolSculpting® is the nonsurgical fat reduction treatment used most by doctors—and most recognized by patients. With personalized treatment plans, the transformations are clear.

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The CoolSculpting® Story

Our story started with popsicles.

In 1970, two doctors coined the term “popsicle panniculitis” in the New England Journal of Medicine. Their research highlighted that some infants who frequently sucked on popsicles developed dimples in their cheeks, suggesting a link between the cold and fat loss.

We discovered that freezing away fat cells works!

In 1999, two scientists at Harvard University were inspired by this research. They spent years developing and refining an innovative and safe way to selectively freeze and destroy small pockets of fat cells, without damaging the skin or surrounding tissue.

This process of cryolipolysis, what we now know as CoolSculpting®, first became FDA-cleared in 2009 to treat stubborn fat. “Cryo” means “cold” and “lipolysis” means “to break down fat.”

CoolSculpting® is the treatment doctors use most for nonsurgical fat reduction.

Continuing to innovate!

After initially establishing the safety and efficacy of CoolSculpting® for treatment of the flanks in 2010 and the abdomen in 2012, our R&D team continued to develop new applicators for treating additional areas of the body.

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