Losing the Mummy Tummy the ‘Cool’ Way

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I’ve been a size 14 all of my life, yet recently my muffin top and wobbly thighs are starting to look worse, in no small way thanks to having a child and the joys of ageing.

Although I’ve learned to live with my body, I’m still open to ways of improving it. Just having my hair cut does wonders for my confidence, if only I could find that boost for my body. The problem is, I hate exercise and I barely have time with a child in tow…

The Cool Way

I read about ‘Fat Freezing’ and decided to investigate. The process targets stubborn fat cells that even a good diet and healthy exercise can’t always budge. It can target belly fat, back fat, flabby thighs, love handles, saggy bum and even that dreaded double chin. If you ticked several of these don’t worry, you’re not alone…

With over 15 years of expertise in skincare, I headed to The Pulse Light Clinic website, since they specialise in such treatment. Reassuringly, they use a revolutionary, safe, effective and FDA treatment called ‘CoolSculpting’. It uses the fat freezing technology of Cryolipolysis and is surgery free. As such, it doesn’t use needles and causes no harm to the surrounding tissue and skin.

With offices in  London’s, Fenchurch street it’s easy to access and they have built a solid reputation in the heart of London.

How does it work?

The CoolSculpting pack is placed over the area of fat to be treated and left for one hour. An hour of your day just to yourself, think about it!

During this time, the fat is being frozen and the fat cells die. Words I long to hear. These are removed using the body’s natural process, flushing out dead cells.

Intrigued? You should be, take a look cool sculpting in progress here:

Fat Free Future!

I’m no medical expert, given – but I’m pretty sold on the non-invasive procedure. It seems like a great alternative to surgery, especially for those stubborn areas, such as the familiar Mummy Tummy.

The Clinic offers a free consultation, or you can visit their branches in Bank and Tottenham Court Road, what’s to lose… other than the flab!?