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WLM | Woman STUBBORN FAT BRINGING YOU DOWN? Consider Coolsculpting at Cheyenne’s Adora Day Spa M by Adora Day Spa Images courtesy of Adora Day Spa any of us have stubborn fat that won’t go away, regardless what we do. Working out faithfully and sticking to a nutritious diet doesn’t cut it! Now with CoolSculpting, we can destroy unwanted mommy bellies and love handles with no down time, surgery, scar tissue or incisions. (In fact, patients often spend procedure time with a good book, relaxing!) This innovative technology freezes fat without damaging other tissue. The fat cells are permanently destroyed and absorbed by the body’s macrophages, which act like tiny ‘clean up crews’ that clear out the debris, so to speak. Because the body doesn’t make new fat cells, individuals from adolescents to adults can see lasting, natural looking results as early as three weeks after treatment, with the most dramatic results seen after one to three months. CoolSculpting is for individuals who already engage in a healthy lifestyle - proper diet, regular exercise, etc. It is not to be used as a weight loss method; rather, it is designed for individuals who just can’t lose that stubborn fat, despite their healthiest efforts. Results can be enjoyed longer by maintaining that healthy lifestyle after treatment. Wagons West Realty LLC * 1933 Main Street * Torrington WY 82240 307-575-2894 * 307-532-3771 * shellyduncanrealtor@gmail.com 26 Wyoming Lifestyle Magazine | Spring 2015 Cheyenne’s Adora Day Spa (housed in the same complex as Cheyenne Skin Clinic, at 123 Western Hills Boulevard off of Yellowstone Drive as well as in the Historic Plains Hotel), has offered CoolSculpting since 2012, helping many patients achieve exciting results. The best part about considering CoolSculpting at Cheyenne’s Adora Day Spa is your consultation is complimentary! To learn more about CoolSculpting at Adora Day Spa in Cheyenne, call their office at 307.773.8520 and visit them online at adoradayspa.com. Adora Day Spa has two locations: 123 Western Hills Blvd., and in the Historic Plains Hotel, 1600 Central Avenue Suite 200, in Downtown Cheyenne. W L M