Our bodies tend to store excess fat in areas such as hips, thighs, arms and back. This can be due to the wrong diet, insufficient exercise, hormones and genetics – and, of course, age.
Bra fat bulges appear either side of the bra strap, with the straps making these back bulges appear worse. For many women, a bra overhang can make wearing swimsuits and sleeveless dresses impossible.
The CoolMini™ applicator from CoolSculpting® is ideal treat problem areas such as back bulge around the bra area and to banish unwanted underarm fat. It is the ONLY Medical Grade, FDA-cleared, non-surgical fat freezing (cryolipolysis) treatment.
“YOU CAN RESHAPE, REDEFINE AND RE-CONTOUR YOUR BODY NON-SURGICALLY WITH LITTLE DOWNTIME!”
Body fat, whether saddle bags, mummy tummy, muffin tops, love handles or double chins, can be hard to reduce despite dieting or exercise. CoolSculpting® is a fat freezing treatment that reduces unwanted body fat with lasting results. It is the only FDA-cleared, non-surgical fat reduction (cryolipolysis) treatment.
EVEN THE MOST REGIMENTED DIET OR EXERCISE ROUTINE MAY NOT BE ENOUGH FOR THOSE IMPOSSIBLE-TO-SHIFT AREAS OF UNWANTED FAT, EXCESS WEIGHT AND SKIN LAXITY. WHETHER STUBBORN FAT POCKETS APPEAR AS BELLY FAT, BINGO WINGS, LOVE HANDLES OR POST-PREGNANCY TUMMY, SIMPLE YET EFFECTIVE TREATMENTS CAN DEAL WITH ALL MANNER OF AREAS OF UNWANTED FAT AND SAGGING SKIN ON THE BODY.
For lasting fat loss, CoolSculpting® fat freezing technology is the ONLY Medical Grade, FDA-cleared, non-surgical fat reduction (cryolipolysis) treatment, with a vast array of treatment applicators to treat:
Belly fat & mummy tummy, muffin tops, back fat, bra fat, love handles, thighs (inner and outer), moobs (male breasts), knee fat, double chin fat & ankle fat (cankles)
CoolSculpting will often cause skin tightening as well as long-lasting fat reduction.
PRICES & PAYMENT PLANS
BRA FAT - £2,000
PAYMENT PLAN - DEPOSIT £800 & £100 FOR 12 MONTHS
OR £200 FOR 6 MONTHS
*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.