CoolSculpting® Elite and Why It Pairs Great with Semaglutide

Embarking on a weight loss journey can be very exciting, especially if you imagine the reward at the end of it. The problem is that 92 percent of people fail to achieve their weight goals. Some are stuck in the weight loss stage, and those who shed it off end up with stubborn fat in certain areas. 

There are various methods to sculpt your body and reach your aesthetic goals, including semaglutide and CoolSculpting® Elite. Many use these treatments separately, but the best results are often achieved when paired. In this blog, we will discuss why semaglutide and CoolSculpting® Elite work so well with one another. 

What Is Semaglutide?

Semaglutide treatments mimic the GLP-1 hormone, which occurs naturally in your gut while eating. It informs your brain that you are full and must stop eating. This treatment reduces your appetite even if you do not eat much, which can help you shed excess weight much faster. 

Semaglutide also works by delaying the gastric emptying process for about four hours, reducing calorie intake. Since you won’t feel hungry as often, this can cut your meals and potentially reduce your cravings.

How Does CoolSculpting® Elite Work?

While semaglutide is an internal treatment delivered through an injection, CoolSculpting® Elite is an external one that uses handheld tools. The technique employed by this procedure is called cryolipolysis, which is essentially the process of freezing fat. The coolness is delivered using two handheld devices over the target area, damaging the fat without piercing the skin.

Once the fat is frozen, it is compromised, and the fat cells are killed, with no way of recovery. The body will proceed to remove the damaged cells through your lymphatic system. Within one to three months, most patients can reduce up to 25 percent of the fat from the target area. 

Why Pair the Two Treatments?

CoolSculpting® Elite and semaglutide have different mechanisms that help you lose fat, which makes them work nicely together. Below are some of the reasons why you should combine the two.

  • Maintaining Long-Term Results

As we already know, body sculpting is an entire journey. The problem is that even if you succeed and lose weight, it doesn’t mean that the effect is permanent. For instance, you may have reduced some of the fat with CoolSculpting® Elite, but new fat cells could deposit there unless you do something about your appetite. For this reason, you should also consider getting a semaglutide treatment, as the receptors should train your stomach to no longer need as much food.

  • Targeted Fat Treatment

While losing weight with semaglutide feels rewarding on the scale, it might not be the same when you look at yourself in the mirror. You might have lost the extra pounds, but the stubborn fat still clings to areas like your love handles, belly, or chin. These areas can be challenging to approach on their own, so procedures like CoolSculpting® Elite can help target them better. This can help you obtain the body you can be proud to show off!

  • Dramatic Weight Loss

CoolSculpting® Elite might be a good option for reducing stubborn fat from your body, but that’s more or less its extent. It just smoothes your contour, targeting only the subcutaneous fat. However, semaglutide targets the visceral fat that hides deep inside your body. This can lead to more dramatic results, allowing you to obtain the physique of your dreams.

Reach Your Weight Loss Goal With CoolSculpting® Elite and Semaglutide!

CoolSculpting® Elite and semaglutide are like siblings that complement one another so that you can reach your goal. One helps you lose excess weight, whereas the other enables you to reduce stubborn fat. Contact Artistry Skin & Laser and schedule an appointment for semaglutide and CoolSculpting® Elite!


For more information about CoolSculpting® Elite and semaglutide, please contact Artistry Skin & Laser at 720-593-1816. We can answer any question that you may have so that you can make the right decision. As an alternative, you can fill out our online contact form, and we will get in touch with you to make an appointment!

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