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Those small yet troublesome areas of excess fat on our bodies, such as bra fat and fat on inner arms, knees and ankles (‘cankles’) have been, until now, notoriously difficult areas to treat. And no matter how much you diet, it can seem almost impossible to lose a double chin.

Fortunately, there is an innovative and non-invasive treatment with long term results: the CoolMini™ from CoolSculpting® by Allergan®. The CoolMini is a nifty fat-freezing treatment applicator specially designed to treat smaller areas of fat bulges, such as unwanted double chins.

 

CoolSculpting® is a fat freezing treatment that reduces unwanted body fat with lasting results. It is the only Medical Grade, FDA-cleared machine in the world, non-surgical fat reduction (cryolipolysis) treatment.

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 CHIN   £1,000

Payment plan – deposit £500 & £100 for 5 months*

 

BELLY FAT 6   £2,880

Payment plan – deposit £1,440 & £288 for 5 months*

 

BELLY FAT 8   £3,990

Payment plan – deposit £2,000 & £398 for 5 months*

 

FLANKS   £1,000

Payment plan – deposit £500 & £100 for 5 months*

 

THIGHS   £1,200

Payment plan – deposit £600 & £120 for 5 months*

 

TUMMY + FLANKS   £4,980

Payment plan – deposit £2,500 & £496 for 5 months*

 

BACKS

Payment plan – deposit £500 & £100 for 5 months*

 

KNEES

Payment plan – deposit £500 & £100 for 5 months*

 

BINGO WINGS

Payment plan – deposit £500 & £100 for 5 months*

 

BRA FAT 

Payment plan – deposit £500 & £100 for 5 months*

 

MALE BREASTS

Payment plan – deposit £500 & £100 for 5 months*

 

ANKLES

Payment plan – deposit £500 & £100 for 5 months*

*0% Interest Finance Available on all Payment Plans

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*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.