Body contouring treatments and devices can have mild side effects, such as redness, swelling, tenderness, and bruising at the injection or treatment site. These effects may last for several hours to several days before disappearing on their own. Non-surgical body contouring has very few side effects, which are usually mild and should go away a few hours after the procedure. CoolSculpting can cause mild side effects such as irritation and pain. In rare cases, fat cells may grow larger instead of getting smaller.
During the process, you may feel a pull or tug on your skin and an intense cold. Afterward, you may experience pain as if you had been exercising and some swelling. The CoolSculpting method is considered a safe and effective way to reduce the number of fat cells in a small target area, with the only noticeable side effects usually being mild and only occurring around the treatment area. The CoolSculpting method is relatively new, so the full extent of risks, side effects, and complications associated with it is still unknown. If you're looking to tone and stretch your figure, non-surgical body contouring might be the best option for you.
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