WHAT IS COOLSCULPTING AND HOW TO MAXIMIZE THE RESULTS (CRYOLIPOLYSIS)

You’ve been interested in liposuction but it just didn’t seem possible for you since you refuse to go anywhere near a scalpel and an anesthesiologist is completely out of the question. Researching prices for liposuction only further confirmed that it’s not for you. After all, hitting the lottery is a one in a million chance or maybe refinancing your home is an option.

But wait, is it possible to have fat removed from your belly with no cutting, no anesthesia AND at a fraction of the cost of lipo?

Yes it is and I suppose you’ve heard about this –which is why you’ve decided to click on and read this article.

The procedure I’m talking about is called Cryolipolysis also known as cool sculpting or fat freezing. It’s a noninvasive medical procedure administered by a board certified plastic surgeon; or a healthcare provider under the supervision of a physician. This procedure allows stubborn fat to be targeted and eliminated based on a “freezing” technique.

Because cool sculpting is noninvasive, there’s no need for sedation and there’s minimal recovery process. In fact, doctors claim that some patients may decide to have the procedure during their lunch break and return to work right after.

According to patients, the most difficult part of the process, are the weeks following, when your body begins to naturally process the fat and eliminate the dead cells.

After having liposuction, a tummy tuck or any other type of abdominal surgery, the majority of doctors recommend their patients use a compression garment to minimize complications, speed up the healing process and assist in shaping and molding the patient’s figure.

It turns out some doctors also recommend similar advice to patients who go through cool sculpting.

Dr. Sanjay Lalla, a top plastic surgeon located in West Orange, NJ says that he recommends compression after this fat freezing technique to minimize swelling and discomfort

Others Doctors agreed that “compression after cool sculpting has been great for their patients.” He also said that when worn for as little as 3-5 days, patients have gone through less bruising, swelling and discomfort. Also patients have experienced quicker and more effective results from wearing a compression garment.

If you’re planning on getting Cryolipolysis, one of the best things you can do for your body after having the procedure is to use some type of compression garment.

Where can I get a compression garment?

Now that you understand the benefits of wearing a compression garment after Cryolipolysis, you probably realize that wearing one is completely necessary, but where do you get it?

The answer to that is simple –The Pink Room. The Pink Room has 2 locations to accommodate you and provide you with all your shapewear needs. One location is in Union, NJ and the other is in Elizabeth, NJ.

Don’t worry if you are too far away to visit these locations. With our easy to use website and our secure checkout, you can conveniently shop from the comfort of your home, just by visiting www.inthepinkroom.com.

Can’t I just order a compression garment from any online site?

Don’t waste your money.

Accept NO substitutions nor any fly-by-night lingerie store that sells compression garments made from cheap materials that don’t last.

The Pink Room was established in 2008. We offer one of the largest selections of shapewear, waist cinchers, bodywear, corsets and other compression garments. Our business is successful because we value our customers. We serve both men and women of all ages, shapes, and sizes. Our staff is friendly and professional and our customers appreciate our low prices, great service and quality products.

If you’ve never heard of The Pinkroom prior to reading this blog, you have now. We invite you to come to our store or visit our site at www.inthepinkroom.com.

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