There are plenty of non-surgical body contouring treatments available out there; two of the most popular are SculpSure and CoolSculpting.
Both promise to reduce a significant amount of body fat without requiring any incisions or downtime. Both are excellent choices for clients who want to feel more comfortable and confident in their clothing.
But when it comes down to it, which one is right for you: SculpSure or CoolSculpting?
How Do Non-Surgical Body Contouring Treatments Work?
A non-surgical body contouring treatment is a unique procedure that uses freezing energy, laser heat energy, or ultrasound energy to damage and eventually destroy fat cells clustered underneath the dermal tissue. Once these fat cells are damaged, the body’s natural waste removal processes flush the cells out of the system, resulting in noticeable inch loss at the treatment site.
Non-surgical body contouring treatments require little to no downtime, making it an excellent choice for clients who want to fit more comfortably in their clothing.
SculpSure vs. CoolSculpting
While both SculpSure and CoolSculpting are non-surgical body contouring treatments, they approach their processes in different ways. SculpSure uses laser heat energy to reduce up to 24% treated fat cells; CoolSculpting uses freezing energy to reduce fat cells by up to 23% with freezing energy.
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Why SculpSure is the Better Choice
If you’re looking for a quicker body contouring treatment that’s still affordable, SculpSure may be the better choice for you. Here are a few additional reasons why you should pick SculpSure over CoolSculpting:
- SculpSure can treat more body areas (4) at once than CoolSculpting (1). If you want to treat more body areas with CoolSculpting, you have to introduce additional CoolSculpting machines – and that means more treatment fees.
- SculpSure doesn’t use suction technology to deliver its body-contouring benefits, which means there’s less bruising and swelling than with CoolSculpting.
- Some patients have found that SculpSure is much more comfortable than CoolSculpting, as it doesn’t require suctioning or concentrated freezing energy at the treatment site.
Finally, one of the most compelling reasons why SculpSure is a better choice can be boiled down to the treatment time: while CoolSculpting takes about an hour to perform, SculpSure can be performed in as little as 25 minutes.
I recently had SculpSure done at Dr. Keusch’s and the experience was fantastic! Everyone treats you like family and its always a pleasure to be there. Not to mention that I am extremely pleased with the results!!! I recommend highly!
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