Vanquish ME vs. CoolSculpting: What's Best for You?
Updated: Apr 25
Exercising regularly and maintaining a healthy diet can certainly improve your body's condition, but there may still be persistent fat that refuses to disappear. Non-surgical fat reduction treatments could be the solution you need. These treatments focus on sculpting your body and eliminating fat cells in targeted regions like the abdomen, sides, or under the chin, ultimately reducing unwanted fat deposits without undergoing surgery.
In fact, these procedures have gained immense popularity, with over 400,000 treatments performed in 2017 alone.
Vanquish ME and CoolSculpting are two leading non-invasive body sculpting devices available today, both with proven track records of permanently destroying fat cells. While they might not remove as much fat as traditional surgical liposuction, they are highly effective at minimizing localized fat deposits. Furthermore, they are more affordable, require no recovery time, and carry a lower risk than liposuction.
It's important to note that neither Vanquish ME nor CoolSculpting are intended for weight loss. Unlike certain medications designed for weight loss like Phentermine, Vanquish ME and CoolSculpting primarily address problematic areas that are unresponsive to exercise and proper nutrition.
About Vanquish ME
Vanquish ME is an innovative advancement in non-invasive fat removal treatments. It utilizes focused-field radiofrequency technology to heat fat tissue to a level where fat cells undergo apoptosis (cell death). This approach selectively targets and efficiently disrupts unwanted fat cells. For optimal results, it is recommended to undergo 4-6 sessions, each lasting approximately 45 minutes. With no need for anesthesia or concerns about side effects, Vanquish ME stands as the most secure and pain-free fat removal procedure available today.
An Overview of CoolSculpting
CoolSculpting eliminates fat cells by freezing them. Unlike Vanquish ME, it targets smaller fatty tissues one at a time. The device remains in one specific area for roughly an hour, suctioning away the fat before moving to another part. It has FDA approval for treating nine body areas: under the chin and jawline, thighs, abdomen and flanks, back, beneath the buttocks, and upper arms. One of its most impressive features is its ability to prevent damage to adjacent cells, significantly reducing harm to the skin and underlying tissue. After the procedure, patients might experience temporary redness, swelling, bruising, tingling, stinging, tenderness, cramping, aching, itching or skin sensitivity – thus a brief period of rest is advised.