You don’t have to be a supermodel to benefit from CoolSculpting, but you can be!

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Think supermodels have an easy time reclaiming a camera-ready body after pregnancy? Not true, says actress, supermodel and mother of two Molly Sims. In a recent interview with Extra TV, the formerSports Illustrated swimsuit model and lifestyle personality shared her frustrating experience trying to tone up after having her second child—and how CoolSculpting proved to be just what she needed to finally regain her shape, not to mention her self-confidence!

The Scoop on CoolSculpting

If you’re happy with your overall body weight, but have an annoying bulge of fat that won’t respond to diet or exercise—as was Molly’s case—that fat probably isn’t going to go anywhere on its own. CoolSculpting is designed specifically to target stubborn bulges such as a belly pooch or love handles. It works by delivering intense cold that selectively freezes fat cells in the problem area, reducing the size of a bulge by up to 25%.*

CoolSculpting is completely non-invasive, there’s no downtime or special diets you need to follow, and the affected fat cells leave the body gradually and naturally.

While Molly Sims may consider it her “secret weapon,” we’d argue that the secret is out! In fact, CoolSculpting is one of our most requested non-surgical body contouring procedures here at Plastic Surgery Center of Hampton Roads.

Want to check it out for yourself? Read more about CoolSculpting at PSCHR here, or cut right to the chase and contact us for a free personal consultation.

*According to a 2014 study published in Clinical, Cosmetological & Investigational Dermatology.