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The last thing we desire in winter is to be cold—but this chill comes with some serious benefits.
Part of Canberra’s iconic CAPS Clinic, The Frosted Away Clinic was established in 2014 to offer body sculpting to Dr Taylor’s clients who were not suitable or ready to have liposuction. The featured treatment at Frosted Away Clinic is CoolSculpting, a non-surgical technique developed by Harvard University scientists to freeze and destroy fats cells.
Laura, who is a CoolSculpting Certified Clinician at Frosted Away, explains that the technique works by targeting fat cells, which are frozen and then eliminated from your body for permanent results with no downtime.
“CoolSculpting is not a weight-loss tool, but it is great for our clients who have pockets of stubborn fat that just aren’t being reduced by diet and exercise,” she explains. “We are talking about those annoying bulges under your chin or around your arms, back, flanks, waist, thigh, hips or buttocks.”
Treatment times vary depending on the number of cycles required but can be as quick as 35 to 60 minutes. You can generally go straight back to your usual activities afterwards too.
The Frosted Away Clinic has successfully treated a diverse range of clients, helping them to prepare for special events and Laura says that now is the perfect time to invest in a treatment program.
“It is the perfect time to book in for your complimentary consultation and get started on your body sculpting program, as peak results are seen around the 12-week mark.”
SPECIAL OFFER FOR HERCANBERRA READERS
The average Coolsculpting patient has 4 to 8 cycles to achieve their body sculpting results which means they can take advantage of the 4th Cycle Free offer.
Book and complete four CoolSculpting cycles within one treatment session and the fourth CoolSculpting cycle will be free!
Terms and Conditions can be found on the website. Individual results may vary.
What: CoolSculpting at The Frosted Away Clinic, part of The CAPS Clinic
Where: 7 Phipps Close, Deakin
Phone: (02) 6282 1155