Kybella Vs. Cooslculpting Mini

Double chin??

We can solve that with our November Special 20% off 1 treatment of Kybella or 20% off 1 Session of Coolsculping, both including 2 sessions of Juvashape Skin Tightening!!!

How they work:

 Kybella: is an FDA-approved injection containing a naturally occurring molecule that dissolves fat, which your body then flushes out. Essentially it ‘bursts fat cells with medication’. The best candidate is someone with good skin and a very distinct appearance of fat under the chin.

Coolsculpting Mini: is a new FDA-approved attachment for Coolsculpting—a procedure that freezes fat cells away. (More specifically: It creates ice crystals in fat cells, which ultimately destroys them.) One session takes roughly an hour and can freeze up to 25% of the fat from under your chin. It’s a great treatment for those who dislike injections: “There are no needles involved, and there’s no downtime.” The treatment works best for anyone with looser, more mature skin.

Final results for both procedures typically appear within one to two months.

 

The side effects:

Whichever route you go, expect to some swelling in your neck, possible bruising and soreness too. With Kybella, there’s also a chance the area will feel numb for up to a month and will be red for a few days. There could be numbness and redness with the CoolMini as well, but it disappears a little sooner.

 

The cost:

The more affordable option really comes down to the number of sessions needed. Kybella typically requires a series of three treatments (each four to six weeks apart), which costs around $600/ vial. CoolMini costs about $1,000 per treatment. Most people need one or two CoolMini treatments, depending on the amount of fat under the chin.

 

Bottom line: If you’re interested in either treatment, your best bet would to come in for a complimentary consultation.