Monday, 5 November 2018

Freeze your Unwanted Fat with Pulse Light Clinic


For some, getting rid of that unwanted fat can be a nightmare. For some dieting and exercise alone just isn't enough and there are still parts we aren't happy with. It is at this point you may feel at a loss and wonder what more you could be doing to help with fat loss.

This is where Pulse Light Clinic in London can help.

Pulse Light Clinic is a clinic that specialises in freezing your fat. The treatment is called CoolSculpting and is a non surgical treatment. It is a quick solution to killing fat cels and the best part is that it is needle and pain free.

Some of the common area's that are worked on with cool sculpting are arms, chin, inner thighs, stomach and flanks (love handles).

CoolSculpting uses a fat freezing technique called Cryolipolysis. The way the treatment is done is by a CoolSculpting pack being placed onto the area where you want the fat eliminating. This would be left there for an hour while you sat back and relaxed. As you are relaxing the fat cells are being frozen which causes the fat cells to die. After you have had the treatment you leave your body to do the rest of the work as your body naturally gets rid of the dead cells. It can take from 6 to 12 weeks for the final results to be visible to the body and this is because of its natural way of letting your body do the work.


CoolSculpting is a new effective way of getting rid of fat without having to have any marks or damage to the body. After each treatment you should see 25% fat reduction so more than one treatment is recommended to be able to see the optimum results. 

All the treatment is carried out by a doctor or nurse and is FDA cleared and seen as safe and effective. 

If this sort of treatment is something that you are interested in you can receive a free consultation at the Pulse Light Clinic which is located in London and only 3 minutes walk from Bank/Monument Station. 

Pulse Light Clinic
1st Floor
20 East Cheap
EC3M 1EB



Would a treatment like this be something you were interested in? 


*This is a sponsored post but all words are my own*

4 comments:

  1. it would on my arms but I've seen people have horrendous bruising - does this give you bruising?

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  2. Things like this really intrigue me i really question if they work or not would be interested to see real life results

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  3. Sounds fascinating. I am amazed at how cosmetic science moves on at such a pace. No scars and no anaesthetic. Wonderful! Thanks for the post.

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  4. This sounds very interesting! I'd love to see the before and after results of this treatment. There are so many 'fads' out there now that it's hard to tell what works and what doesn't. If it did work I'd definitely be interested in giving it a go

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