Do you have resistant fat bulges that you can’t get rid of, even with diet and exercise? If you do, it may be time to get some help from a non-surgical fat reduction procedure like SculpSure or CoolSculpting. They are quick fat reduction fixes that can give you the shape you want with little downtime. But how do they stack up against each other, and what is the difference in results.
SculpSure is a fat reduction system that uses light-based technology to destroy fat cells. It can be used on the abdomen and love handles. Treatment takes 25 minutes, and most patients require only one treatment to achieve their desired outcome.
CoolSculpting uses a system of controlled cooling known as Cryolipolysis to freeze and destroy unwanted fat. It is typically used to treat fat on the abdomen, thighs, flanks, and back. Each CoolSculpting session takes 35-60 minutes.
What is the difference in results
SculpSure reduces the treated fat cells by up to 24%. The figures are similar for CoolSculpting, as the procedure decreases treated fat by 20-25%.
Initial results can be seen after about 6 weeks with SculpSure, and final results take up to 6 weeks. With CoolSculpting there is noticeable improvement after 3 weeks, but final results can take up to 2 months.
Both SculpSure and CoolSculpting can bring about a smoother, more contoured body for the right candidate. However, some physicians have observed that the results with SculpSure are more consistent and predictable, than those achieved with Coolsculpting.