You know the saying never “cheap out” on sushi, tattoos or plastic surgery? Well, now you do. And the same applies to non-surgical treatments. Never go to a rookie.
That’s why you need to meet “Cool Emily“. Emily is a CoolSculpting® Master at Providence Plastic Surgery who has literally done over 6,000 treatments. Her trick? She loves the treatment herself and is really committed to getting a result for her patients.
And now Emily’s got a new tool in her Cool Box… CoolTone™. CoolTone, the latest innovation in body contouring, tightens and tones muscle. So we asked Cool Emily all about it:
What is CoolTone?
CoolTone is a noninvasive body contouring treatment that uses Magnetic Muscle Stimulation to strengthen, tone, and firm the muscles of the abdomen, buttocks, and thighs.
How does it work
CoolTone works by delivering strong pulses to muscle tissues, inducing involuntary muscle contractions. It’s like exercise, but we’re affecting more muscle fibers than with the voluntary contractions that occur while performing an exercise like sit ups or crunches!
Does it hurt
No! CoolTone is not painful. It simply feels like a series of strong muscle contractions, like when you’re doing sit-ups or crunches.
Does it get results
Yes, so long as you are a candidate, which will be determined at your virtual or in-person consultation.
What areas can be treated
Emily and Providence Plastic Surgery are FDA cleared to treat the abdomen, buttocks, and thighs.
Who makes a good candidate
CoolTone is best for healthy women and men who are at their ideal weight and have not been able to achieve desired muscle definition through their diet and fitness regimen.
Why should you have this now
The gyms have been closed and summer is just around the corner! Following a series of treatments, patients can expect to see results in two to three weeks.
And since we’ve all been in quarantine and not getting into the gym, this is the perfect time for some CoolSculpting or CoolTone.
Cool Emily is offering free consults on June 11 in person (with masks of course!) or virtually.
Email her at [email protected] or call 704.771.1747 to schedule an appointment.