CoolTone is a safe, FDA-cleared technology that builds, strengthens, and tightens major muscle groups. Benefits include washboard abs, a firm, toned buttocks, and lean, sculpted thighs.1 This advanced treatment comes from the makers of CoolSculpting, the popular fat-freezing procedure. By targeting muscles (a significant part of body composition that fat reduction treatments neglect,) CoolTone is a real game-changer in the area of non-invasive body contouring.
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CoolTone before and after images reveal the impressive contour and definition of this muscle-building treatment. As with all body contouring procedures, results may vary.* These CoolTone before and after pictures, however, offer an excellent reference for results of real patients who received this technique sensitive treatment from a skilled and experienced specialist.
To understand how this procedure works, think of it like exercising at the gym without the weights or sweat. When you exercise, your muscles contract. This same process is duplicated by the Cool Tone device using a revolutionary process involving electromagnetic energy.
During the Cool Tone treatment, electromagnetic currents pulse deep into the muscle tissue.1 The muscles are stimulated, contracting, and relaxing at supraphysiological –superhuman—speeds.2 A single treatment produces more than 20,000 of these super-powerful contractions.3
Therefore, many people call Cool Tone, the “superman’s ab workout.”
Cool Tone reviews reveal that most people are happy with the results and that they would recommend it to a friend. Research in the medical field also confirms that the process is efficient and safe. More than 90% of the patients were happy with the outcome after just a few months.2
Cool Sculpting is a popular fat reduction treatment that freezes stubborn fat cells to death.
Cool Tone focuses on your muscles. The Cool Tone procedure was developed to complement Cool Sculpting. Together, these treatments provide a powerful “one-two punch” on fat and muscles targeted to help adults transform their general physical appearance so that they can look trimmer, fitter, and healthier than they ever thought possible.
A patient’s specific needs determine CoolTone cost. Therefore, cost varies per patient. Factors that influence CoolTone prices include:
At your consultation, there will be a detailed introduction to the procedure, followed by a careful evaluation of your candidacy for this treatment. If Cool Tone is right for you, we will curate a treatment plan tailored to your goals and budget.
For optimal results, most patients undergo four treatments, spaced 2 to 3 days apart. Enhancement to the treated muscle groups is typically seen within 2 to 4 weeks after the procedure. Improvements may continue for up to 6 months. As with any body shaping treatment, experiences may vary.*
Cool Tone is FDA-approved as a safe, non-invasive procedure. During extensive clinical evaluation, no Cool Tone side effects were reported. Muscle soreness, comparable to the after effect of an intense workout, can be present for a day or two following the Cool Tone treatment.
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¹ “High intensity focused electromagnetic therapy evaluated by magnetic resonance imaging: Safety and efficacy study of a dual tissue effect based non‐invasive abdominal body shaping.” Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2018. Link.
² “Safety and efficacy of a novel high‐intensity focused electromagnetic technology device for non-invasive abdominal body shaping.” The Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. 2018. Link.
³ Review of the Mechanisms and Effects of Noninvasive Body Contouring Devices on Cellulite and Subcutaneous Fat. Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism. 2016. Link.