We all know that feeling. When you look in the mirror and think — hmmmm, I just wish (fill in the blank). Especially after having a baby. Your body is never quite as it was.
If one of those “I wish” areas is nagging at you — and if you’ve been considering plastic surgery — the Baltimore Center for Plastic Surgery (BCPS) may have a cool solution for you. CoolSculpting.
First thing to note? It’s non-surgical. CoolSculpting effectively freezing away unwanted fat for good without surgery or downtime. During the procedure, a machine is placed on the skin to freeze the body fat, causing the fat to disintegrate. I know what you’re thinking — where does it go? Believe it or not, the cells exit the body the way regular food products do. Results can be seen as early as 3 weeks following treatment, with the most dramatic results after one to three months.It’s FDA approved, and the procedure has been featured in TIME, Vogue, Good Morning America –– even Rachel Ray.
BCPS reached out last week to let us know about a FREE event they’re having on March 16th to introduce Baltimore women to CoolSculpting. Part information, part mini-escape the session will involve a complimentary assessment of the sites (or “I wish” areas), small application of CoolSculpting, and lite fare. If, after an assessment, you decide to book additional treatments, you’ll receive 30% of your package and be entered for a chance to win a free treatment site. Everyone who attends will receive a $20 gift card toward any service BCPS’ spa. The event is free, but you must RSVP in advance. Just call BCPS at 410-828-4123.
So if plastic surgery is something you’ve been thinking about — and hey, we know it’s not for everyone — this might be something to look into. Especially since it’s not invasive and doesn’t require recovery.
And who doesn’t want $20 off a future facial?
about our sponsor
This article is sponsored by The Baltimore Center for Plastic Surgery. BCPS is a premier plastic surgery practice dedicated exclusively to providing state of the art care for individuals desiring body enhancement, rejuvenation, or repair. The Baltimore Center for Plastic Surgery was founded for one purpose: to combat the signs of aging and deformity.