When it comes to permanent hair removal, most people trust laser treatments to get results, so it's no wonder the industry expands every year. But the method so many turn to is probably younger than you think. The FDA first approved it in 1997. However, its story began long before that. The History of Hair
CoolSculpting has received overwhelming recognition over the past few years. As the "cool" way to remove stubborn fat that can't be eliminated with diet and exercise alone, it's no wonder.CoolSculpting is based on the science of cryolipolysis, which oddly enough was first discovered when someone observed that children who ate lots of popsicles developed dimples.