Cool Lipo Reviews
Cool Lipo is among the most efficient Laser Lipo Techniques. Cool Lipo utilizes a 1320nm laser beam in order to remove fat! You can find more information on Cool Lipo at our detailed report! We strongly believe its crucial to read as much testimonials as possible before opting for a specific procedure and this is why we present the following testimonials:
I had an all-around Cool Lipo “refurbishment” a couple of years ago, in 2011. By “all-around”, I mean that the procedure was performed on my stomach, my flanks and my thighs, as there was nothing more I could do to wipe out those nasty fat deposits on those areas. The operation involved some pain (which was tolerable though) and the recovery was relatively trouble-free, but the drainage and the compression garment I had to wear for several days proved to be irritating.
Anyway, all these are back now. In terms of the outcome, it was satisfactory in general, as that was the first time since I was a teenager that my stomach, flanks and thighs were freed from that extra fat (although the latter not completely). However, there is also no doubt that those results are far from being considered as faultless; the most visible problem are the dips and lumps that now cover my stomach – and that’s nothing to cheer about. The doctor who had performed the operation was willing to retouch those defects with no extra charge, but there was little improvement, and that uneven appearance is still there, even after 3 of those extra visits.
All things considered, Cool Lipo is an effective type of liposuction, yet it’s not lacking in blunders. However, a doctor I trust, during a little chat we had the other day, added a variable that I should have taken into consideration from the very start: NEVER have procedures like these conducted by doctors who are not certified as plastic surgeons! That was a mistake, and now I have to pay for that by having a supplementary procedure, this time performed by a proper cosmetic surgeon. So, wish me luck!
A friend of mine tried Cool Lipo a couple of years ago for her thighs and legs, getting some decent results on her ever-present fat. So, I decided to give it a go as well, although initially I was so hesitant that it took me over a year to finally have the operation. Anyway, my problem had to do with the flab on my lower abdomens, which wouldn’t go despite my laborious efforts. Luckily, the operation was pretty OK, with negligible pain during it (thanks to lidocaine), while it was kind of interesting as well, as I was awake for the whole time, being able to actually watch that fat finally getting out of my body, liquidated!
After the operation, my discomfort lasted only for 2-3 days. After a week, I could start jogging and working out again; there was also some drainage but nothing really special. Then, it just took about 3 weeks to see the results, which were superb! My stomach was flatter and the excess fat that haunted me had gone! What a wise choice Cool Lipo turned out to be!
I wasn’t satisfied with the look of my face, so I trusted Cool Lipo for a rejuvenating touch on my neck and jowls. The operation was performed a month ago and it turned out to be a disaster! First of all, the numbing after it was immense, and so was the bruising and the pain, which lasted for ten torturing days and then finally begun to fade.
As you can imagine, the post-op days were just the bad beginning of an equally dreadful outcome… When the swelling fell back, the image I encountered in the mirror was nasty: The skin on my neck was fluffy, making me lose my mind! When I looked at photos of myself some months before the operation, I was convinced that my face now was worse than before! Not only wasn’t the sagging skin firmed up but now it was looser than ever, plus I inherited a nice scar, just to remember my stupidity.
So, what am I going to do now? Well, I am too baffled to decide at the moment, but sooner or later I ‘ve got to consult a plastic surgeon, because I want to believe there is still some hope to reverse the situation. Oh, and maybe I’m going to sue the clinic and the doctor, although I’m not sure that they are to blame and not Cool Lipo itself