Smoothing Skin with Coolsculpting

January 25, 2018

Smoothing Skin with Coolsculpting

Skin Looseness After Coolsculpting

As non-invasive treatments to lose fat gain popularity over traditional liposuction, women who have undergone treatments such as Coolsculpting are still faced with the problem of loose skin and stretch marks. Truth be told, neither liposuction or Coolsculpting can tighten the skin enough to eliminate stretch marks and skin laxity.

Mommy makeover candidates often have a combination of loose skin and extra fat, prompting a consultation for Coolsculpt, Liposuction, or a combination of both. Treatments for loose skin begin with a daily topical cream regimen of Luminase and Exfolase to stimulate collagen production and to prep the skin for thermal tightening treatments.

Products Recommended:

  • Luminase and Exfolase Twice Daily

Once skin therapy has begun with Luminase and Exfolase, fractional lasers and Exilis Multiplane Tissue Tightening are used to tighten and tone the skin and reduce stretch marks. Luminase and Exfolase used after treatment helps tighten and tone the skin.





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