CoolSculpting

CoolSculpting® Why You Don’t Even Have to Ride a Horse Naked in Winter

Young beautiful woman in winter with beautiful white horse.

Young beautiful woman in winter with beautiful white horse.Saddling up sans pants might not seem like the most conventional form of weight loss out there, but it is part of the inspiration for CoolSculpting®, which can help freeze fat away and contour your body. Before you disrobe and mount up, hang tight. Can you do CoolSculpting at home? On a horse? No. You don’t have to be naked on a horse, unless you really want to. And even then, please don’t.

Horse-riding Thighs

It all started when some interesting researchers noticed that the thighs of some female horseback riders lacked fat where their body met the cold leather saddle of winter riding. We’re not going to question why the researchers were focusing their sights there, but a trend was noticed. This became the inspiration for CoolSculpting, which uses targeted cryolipolysis to freeze away fat cells.

Dismount

But you don’t need to hop in the saddle to freeze away fat. In fact, don’t do that. Unless, of course, you actually like horseback riding. Schedule a consultation with a professional who can work with you to target your problem areas and meet your goals. Don’t DIY this one. The procedure’s cryolipolysis is so targeted and strong that stepping into a freezer or saddling up isn’t going to achieve the same results you’re looking for. So dismount and quit Googling “can you do CoolSculpting at home?”

 

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CoolSculpting® Why You Don’t Even Have to Ride a Horse Naked in Winter
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CoolSculpting® Why You Don’t Even Have to Ride a Horse Naked in Winter
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Can you do CoolSculpting at home? Nope! And Dr. Martin E. Everhard of Savannah, GA explains why riding a horse won't give you CoolSculpting results.
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