It’s been 6 weeks since my treatment and over the last couple of weeks my body has felt the same so I don’t have too much to report.  However, I can wear my jeans again as I don’t have any tenderness anymore so I was excited about that – I love my collection of jeans!

What I have been thinking about is that if anyone was looking for quick results they might find that CoolSculpting takes too long to see results.  However, everyone is different.  Some people might see results as early as the 3 week mark, and yes I can see a slight reduction in my love handles but not my tummy.  But I’m only at the half way mark, it’s not until approximately 3 months when my final results will be visible.

If you are patient and are happy to get the results over a period of time, I personally think CoolSculpting is a great alternative to liposuction or going under the knife for a tummy tuck.  Plus you are in and out, you could do it in your lunch break!

My diet has been good since my treatment, although I have had days where I have slipped a little bit and also forgotten to drink my 8 glasses of water a day.  I need to stick a note in the house as a reminder!  Why is it so hard to accomplish drinking enough water in the day??  I guess I make up for it with the amount of coconut water I drink, I’m absolutely addicted to fresh young coconuts, not the cans or cartons but from a real, straight out of the tree, young green coconut.  They sell them at my local shop and every time I go past I can’t help but have one – yum!  It’s sweet nutty water and they are full of vitamins, amino acids and anti-oxidants.  I always scrape out the coconut meat from inside and eat it up or put it into my cooking or drinks.

Anyway, I’m off to Clinic Aesthetic tomorrow for my treatment follow up.  I’m looking forward to discussing my progress with them and seeing the changes so far.


Following a long corporate career as an Executive Assistant and Office Manager, Ilke set on the path of self development, wanting to learn and grow on a deeper level to really evolve, not just as an individual but as a mum and wife.

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