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Raleigh CoolSculpting Complete is Now Offered at Blue Water Spa; Twice the Fat Reduction in Just One Hour
Date:2/1/2013

Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) February 01, 2013

CoolSculpting Complete in Raleigh, offered at Blue Water Spa, eliminates fat without surgery, injections, or down time. CoolSculpting Complete provides some wonderful advantages over traditional CoolSculpting. With two CoolSculpting devices, patients can get twice the amount of fat eliminated in one hour as with traditional CoolSculpting in Raleigh. In addition to the actual CoolSculpting treatment, which eliminates fats cells through a cooling process, Blue Water Spa provides each patient a compression garment to assist with comfort level and aid in achieving the best results. Plastic surgeons have been using compression garments for years following tummy tucks and liposuction. This garment should be worn 24 hours a day (or as much as possible) for the first 2 weeks. The patient would then transition to using the compression garment at night for an additional 2 weeks. Another added benefit of CoolSculpting Complete in Raleigh, North Carolina, is the treatment of vibration therapy.

The concept of vibrational therapy is simple. Step onto an oscillating platform that vibrates 7 to 28 times per second, and these vibrations fire off contractions in the muscles. Using vibrational therapy will help increase circulation and lymphatic drainage which may aid in the elimination of waste from the body, including fat cells damaged following a CoolSculpting procedure. Blue Water Spa includes vibrational therapy and a compression garment to their patients at no additional charge.

The CoolSculpting Complete treatment lasts about one hour while the patient may read, work on their computer, or simply relax. Results can be seen after just one session of CoolSculpting Complete, but some people require more than one session for ideal results. During the consultation,

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