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CoolSculpting (medical term: cryolipolysis) is also called fat-freezing. This technique uses extremely low temperatures to break fat cells down in the body. It is one of the most popular techniques for nonsurgical fat reduction. Around 4,50,000 CoolSculpting procedures have been performed all over the world. The origin of CoolSculpting (destroying fat cells by freezing) has an interesting story behind it. Read more: Does Coolsculpting Really Work? Article

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