CoolSculpting for the Red Carpet

CoolSculpting Unexpected Spots Is The Latest Trend In Celebrity Red Carpet Prepgettyimages-600635974

Sculpting facials, detoxing cleanses, bootcamp workouts—prep for award season follows a mostly standard and unsurprising formula. That is, until Danny Holbus, founder of DMH Aesthetics in Los Angeles, started revealing the other ways in which stars are getting ready for the red carpet circuit.

“We have two CoolSculpting machines, and they never stop,” says Holbus, who sees actresses as young as their 20s coming in to freeze

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Best Health Magazine Editor tries CoolSculpting

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Best Health Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Beth Thompson, decides to try out the non-invasive CoolSculpting procedure for fat reduction, to help get ready for bathing suit season.  Read what she has to say about the treatment, including “I’ve noticed that my pants are already looser.  Yay!”

I always feel conflicted when swimsuit season rolls around: ecstatic because it’s summer and I get to ditch the layer of heavy clothes yet miserable because it’s summer and I have to ditch the layer of heavy clothes.

It’s amazing how quickly my body deteriorates over winter: Wobbly bits and scaly bumps that definitely weren’t part of the landscape last season have since taken up residence.

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