We all strive to enhance our shape, and regardless of whether you are a man or woman, everyone wants to look and feel their very best. Fortunately, CoolSculpting has emerged as one of the safest and most effective modern technologies to reduce stubborn bulges of fat. Treatment areas include, the abdomen, flanks, under the buttocks, outer thigh, inner thigh, chest, upper arm, and chin.
CoolSculpting is revolutionary and does not follow the conventional trends of other fat removal methods. Unlike liposuction, where recovery can take several months, CoolSculpting is a non-invasive body contouring treatment with no downtime. Studies have shown that a massage after CoolSculpting can help to optimize your results. This is something we strongly believe in here at Chrysolite Aesthetics. However, that isn’t the only thing we can do to help ensure maximum results from nonsurgical body contouring.
Think of this as your guide to your post-CoolSculpting routine so you can see the best possible results. For optimal fat reduction, we recommend that you occasionally get a lymphatic massage. This will help the body further to get rid of the dead fat cells more efficiently. Being that CoolSculpting intentionally damages fat cells, the body responds with inflammation. This process can take up to 30 days to show after the procedure. So, to get the most out of your CoolSculpting experience, you need a series of lymphatic massages to remove the fluid and dead fat cells.
CoolSculpting is not meant to substitute for healthy lifestyle habits like eating a balanced diet and getting regular exercise. So pairing your fat freezing with healthy choices will help you get the most out of CoolSculpting and reach your fitness goals.
How Lymphatic Drainage Helps Heighten Fat Reduction
All destroyed components of the fat cells are processed and eliminated through the lymphatic system. The fat cells are then permanently eliminated from the body. The lymphatic system is a secondary circulatory system that runs throughout the body. Two of its main jobs are to drain swelling and remove waste from the body. “Waste” is anything that the body needs to get rid of. That can be the byproducts of normal cell function or it can be the broken down parts of dead cells like the fat cells that have died as a result of CoolSculpting.
The lymphatic system gathers up this extra fluid and broken down fat cells, then delivers them back to the bloodstream. It is then the job of the liver to break down any remaining bits of fat cells. Then, following to the kidney where you can excrete out what can’t be broken down. Staying hydrated is also an important factor to your overall health in general, but it’s especially important after your CoolSculpting treatment. Drinking more water will help your body flush away your fat cells more efficiently. Proper hydration also helps to maximize your body’s natural healing process.