This week brought lots of beauty studies and stories to the forefront – the good news is that there are so many choices to help everyone get and stay beautiful. We started out this week with our CoolSculpting study. The non-invasive procedure is highly effective at reducing subcutaneous fat volume and is associated with few adverse events. The results of our study are published in the August issue of the Aesthetic Surgery Journal.
More news about CoolSculpting today in this great article in the Los Angeles Times. It’s amazing how popular it has become, and the price is right for those of you who have been frustrated about not losing those last few inches of fat – check out CoolSculpting here – www.freezethefat.com.
This weekend, I am in Torrey Pines, CA, at the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Board of Directors and Strategic Planning Meeting. We have launched a new campaign called, “Knowledge is a Beautiful Thing,” with Smart Beauty Guides to help patients learn as much as possible about plastic surgery procedures. You can pick up brochures at our office to learn more.
Have a wonderful weekend! WGS