CoolSculpting, an amazing, non-invasive, Harvard-scientist-developed procedure offered by Skinique, uses cooling technology to freeze and eliminate fat cells (leaving other cells unharmed) - and it's the latest Hollywood rage.
As an official spokesperson for the brand, the model-turned-actress says CoolSculpting helped her deal with leftover abdominal fat after two pregnancies. "There was no downtime. It's perfect for busy moms!" Sims said in an interview with Vanity Fair. "I had a wonderful experience, and I plan on doing it again." (With a third baby on the way, we don't doubt that she will!)
It's hard to believe someone so seemingly flawless as this former Friends star would possess an ounce of stubborn fat on her body, but word on the Sunset Strip is that Aniston, who told InStyle she "loves lasers and non-invasive treatments," has used CoolSculpting to target some trouble areas. With zero knives or needles involved, she certainly chose the right procedure!
This reality star has really transformed her look, slimming down and toning up through diet and exercise - and a little CoolSculpting, to boot. The 32-year-old told New Beauty magazine that, though she's still a "Botox virgin," she has "done CoolSculpting and treatments for the stretch marks on my butt." (Rumour has it that her equally if not more famous sister, Kim, loves the fat-freezing treatment, too.)
Not even a former beauty queen and model can escape the hard-to-beat blubber that can come with age. Landry underwent an hour-long (and surprisingly relaxing) CoolSculpting treatment on behalf of E! News, with specific focus on her belly. "I always had to wear Spanx to suck it in," she said of her so-called "pooch," adding that she could detect a difference immediately. "Two months later … I can see my waist again!"
About to undergo a second CoolSculpting treatment at a London skin clinic to the stars, this once-controversial actress gave a raving testimonial on YouTube. "My love of all things cryo just went up a notch," she revealed, referring to cryolipolysis, or cold-assisted fat breakdown. "We don't always want to go to the gym all the time but there's a balance to it … so I'm really excited about this."
Though Carey can be selective about what she reveals when it comes to maintaining her figure (though she recently did spill about a strange diet that consists solely of Norwegian salmon and capers), an unnamed source close to the curvy chanteuse told Radar that part of Carey's slimmed-down look of late can be attributed to CoolSculpting.
There you have it - six stunning stars who count on CoolSculpting to keep their bodies beautiful. Ready to learn more? Contact the specialists at Skinique today!