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Freeze your fat with CoolSculpting!

Freeze your fat with CoolSculpting!

New Delhi [India]: Skin Alive, in association with Anna Ruch, Clinical Training Manager and International Consultant, is hosting a Cool Sculpting Event on the May 18, 19 at the Skin Alive Clinic, here.

CoolSculpting is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment which requires freezing of fat cells and is the world’s No.1 non-surgical fat reduction treatment.

It is the only FDA-cleared treatment that uses controlled cooling to eliminate stubborn fat that resists all efforts through diet and exercise. The results are proven, noticeable, and lasting to make you look great from every angle.

CoolSculpting technology safely delivers precisely controlled cooling to gently and effectively target the fat cells underneath the skin while leaving the skin itself unaffected.

CoolSculpting treatments are performed only in a medical office under the supervision of a licensed professional to guarantee the highest standards of care.

CoolSculpting systems are the only controlled cooling devices that are designed with built-in safety measures. If sensors detect that the skin is getting too cold, the system will shut down automatically.

Anna Ruch, Clinical Training Manager – APAC.A Global Fat Freezing Expert, has worked with the CoolSculpting technology for the past four years. Prior to assuming the Clinical Training Manager role, she ran the treatment center out of CoolSculpting’s corporate office in California where the latest techniques are developed.

She has worked with patients all over the world including London, Berlin, Seoul, Sydney, Mexico City, Taipei, Bangkok, and Tokyo.

Dr. Chiranjiv Chhabra is one of the leading dermatologists in India today. She has obtained her MBBS and PG in Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology from Maulana Azad College, here. She also specializes in Laser Surgery and Medicine. Having received various specialized trainings from world renowned doctors, today Dr. Chhabra is imparting her expertise to doctors in India and worldwide. (ANI)