What celebrities have used Coolsculpting?

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When celebrities undergo any treatments to alter their looks it is usually top secret. Deny, deny, deny is the standard response from them their agents and PR teams. Coolsculpting is different. As it is a non-invasive procedure with minimal downtime it has proved popular with celebrities.

They don’t need to fear being pictured leaving a clinic or hospital wrapped in bandages, bruised or struggling to walk which fuels gossip and is impossible to hide if you are always being followed by the paparazzi

Coolsculpting even has brand ambassadors who promote the FDA cleared treatment. In 2018 they signed up Golfer Ian Poulter and former ice skater, Olympian Johnny Weir and now NBC Sports correspondent.

Previously, celebrities like Debra Messing and Molly Sims have been CoolSculpting brand ambassadors. With Coolsculptings popularity increasing with men it made sense for them to bring male brand ambassadors to promote the procedure amongst men.

Celebrities like Kris Jenner, Gretchen Rossi and Ali Landry have all openly spoken about how Coolsculpting has help them achieve their ideal look. Landry was delighted at no longer having to wear Spanx when she spoke to E! News, saying , “I always wore Spanx to suck it in,”. Two months after CoolSculpting she went on “I can see my waist again!”

As there is very little stigma attached to Coolsculpting lots of celebrities have openly talked about what they have had done and where. Many have shared their experience with CoolSculpting and how much they love it and most importantly the results they achieved through it.

Molly Sims

Molly Sims is an American model and actress. She plays Delinda Deline in NBC’s Las Vegas and is  noted for her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue appearances. During a Vanity Fair interview she revealed the reason behind choosing Coolsculpting. After giving birth she was left with hard to shift stomach fat which Coolsculpting got rid of. She was so happy saying it’s perfect for busy mums and plans on doing it again.

Jennifer Anniston

One of the most high profile and most recognisable actresses for the last 20 years Jennifer Annistons has public spoken about her use of Coolsculpting. The famous actress spoke to InStyle saying she is a  fan of non-invasive treatments and also lasers. She turned to CoolSculpting to improve areas where stubborn fat could not be removed with exercise and diet alone.

Khloe Kardashian

With hundreds of millions of followers across social media the Kardashian’s enjoy looking good for their fans. Khloe has contoured and sculpted her body with great effect with the combination of diet, exercise and CoolSculpting. She spoke with New Beauty magazine saying she had CoolSculpting alongside other treatments for stretch marks. There are also unconfirmed reports that Kim has also undergone Coolsculpting too.

Lindsay Lohan

Childhood star and actress Lindsay has talked about her CoolSculpting appearance on Youtube. She declared a “love of all things cryo”. Cryo refers to Cryolipolysis which is the scientific name for fat freezing with CoolSculpting being the leading brand.

Mariah Carey

Singer Mariah Carey is known for being fiercely private. Keeping her fitness, diet and love life away from public scrutiny. However, a source told Radar she previously used CoolSculpting to regain her enviable hourglass figure.

As more and more celebrities talk about their positive experiences with Coolscculping, it’s popularity continues to go from strength to strength. Most celebrities were already in good shape, eating healthily and exercising regularly. Nobody would claim that Jennifer Anniston or Khloe Kardashian were dangerously overweight. This makes them ideal candidates for Coolsculpting. If you have done everything possible but still find those annoying stubborn pockets of fat clinging around your waist or arms then Coolsculpting could be the answer.

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