Trans­form your body with­out surgery or down­time

Burling­ton clinic now of­fer­ing the state-of-the-art CoolSculpt­ing pro­ce­dure

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425 Lo­cust Street, Burling­ton 905-340-0401 www.restor­ing­nat­u­ral­

It’s called stub­born fat for a rea­son: no mat­ter how much you eat healthy and ex­er­cise, it’s vir­tu­ally im­pos­si­ble to lose those an­noy­ing muf­fin tops, love han­dles, and belly pooch. You’re left with two op­tions: live with them or think surgery.

Thanks to the rev­o­lu­tion­ary pro­ce­dure, and now Burling­ton’s Ad­vanced Re­ju­ve­na­tion, there is a third op­tion.

“I am ex­cited and proud to an­nounce that we are now of­fer­ing CoolSculpt­ing at Ad­vanced Re­ju­ve­na­tion,” Dr. Jeans, owner and op­er­a­tor of Ad­vanced Re­ju­ve­na­tion ex­plains.

Devel­oped by Har­vard sci­en­tists, the unique, FDA-cleared and Health Canada ap­proved patented pro­ce­dure uses a tar­geted cool­ing process that kills the fat cells un­der­neath the skin, lit­er­ally freez­ing them to the point of elim­i­na­tion. Only fat cells are frozen. Once crys­tal­lized, the fat cells die and are nat­u­rally elim­i­nated from your body.

“Stud­ies have shown that you lose, on av­er­age, about 25 per cent of the fat cells in a treat­ment area,” Jeans adds.

Hav­ing been do­ing fat-melt­ing treat­ments with in­jec­tions for many years, Jeans has de­cided to add CoolSculpt­ing to her list of ser­vices be­cause of its su­pe­ri­or­ity to sim­i­lar treat­ments.

With other procud­ures such as Lipodis­solve, Jeans could only treat a 15cm x 30cm area ev­ery eight weeks. For some­one who sought treat­ment in sev­eral ar­eas, it would take a long time to treat all of the ar­eas ad­e­quately. Af­ter the treat­ment, you would have three to five days of swelling and the po­ten­tial for low blood pres­sure and faint­ing so treat­ments had to be timed care­fully to fit into your work and so­cial sched­ule. If you didn’t al­ter your diet, the fat seemed to re­turn fairly eas­ily.

“With CoolSculpt­ing, I can treat an un­lim­ited num­ber of ar­eas in a short time­frame and there is lit­tle or no swelling after­wards. Each ses­sion is only an hour. I am re­ally ex­cited about this be­cause I can give my clients true trans­for­ma­tion in a rel­a­tively short pe­riod of time.”

Re­sults can start to be seen as early as three weeks af­ter treat­ment and will con­tinue to im­prove for three to four months. Even with any fu­ture weight gain, re­sults will last be­cause the fat cells are no longer present.

The ac­tual treat­ment is nearly pain-free. “You feel some ini­tial pulling when the hand piece is first ap­plied as the vac­uum draws the tis­sue in,” says Jeans who has had the treat­ment. “For me, this pulling sen­sa­tion was eye-wa­ter­ing for less than a minute; as soon as the cool­ing kicked in, the sen­sa­tion waned and I was numb for the rest of the treat­ment.”

CoolSculpt­ing is ap­proved in Canada for treat­ing any­where from the neck down. The con­sul­ta­tion process in­cludes map­ping the treat­ment ar­eas with tem­plates that de­ter­mine which of the four hand pieces will fit best on your body. This gives us a good idea of how many treat­ments will be re­quired.

How­ever, Jeans is also quick to stress that this tech­nol­ogy will not work for ev­ery client. “By the same to­ken, if the tem­plate doesn’t fit an area, we will know in ad­vance that we can­not treat it.”

CoolSculpt­ing is a safe and ef­fec­tive method of get­ting rid of un­wanted fat de­posits. If you have fat that you want to get rid of, Jeans in­vites you to come for a com­pli­men­tary con­sul­ta­tion to find out how CoolSculpt­ing can help you.

For be­fore and af­ter pho­tos, plus more study re­sults, visit www.coolscult­ For more in­for­ma­tion about Ad­vanced Re­ju­ve­na­tion Med­i­cal Spa lo­cated at 425 Lo­cust Street in down­town Burling­ton, call 905-340-0401 or visit www.restor­ing­nat­u­ral­



BE­FORE 16 WEEKS AF­TER COOLSCULPT­ING* SES­SION (Sin­gle side treat­ment) Pho­tos cour­tesy of Eric Bach­e­lor, MD, FACS

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