What is the definition or description of: coolsculpting?

Noninvasive fat loss. CoolSculpting takes advantage of the fact that fat cells are more susceptible to cold than other cells. It essentially freezes the fat cells and then your body breaks them down and disposes of the cells as waste. It results in a permanent reduction of 20-25% in the fat layer. For more information on CoolSculpting see: http://www.omahacosmeticsurgery.com/non-surgical-procedures/coolsculpting/
Cryolipolysis. CoolSculpting is a commercial term to describe a machine that draws fat into a suction cup and then cools the tissue. The cooling freezes the fat. The fat cells die. Improvement in contour is usually seen 8-12 weeks later.
Freeze the fat. A non-surgical method of subcutaneous fat reduction by the application of cold temperatures.
Freezing cells. Essentially this is a cosmetic procedure that freezes cells and claims to better define muscle and make you look thinner.
CoolSculpting ? CoolSculpting is a non-surgical procedure that uses a controlled device to freeze and destroy fat. Fatty areas are gently pinched between the CoolSculpting applicator, which cools the area to a temperature that causes fat cells to crystallize and die. .
Fat freeze. Fat freezes at a higher temperature than skin cells....So a suction-like device is placed on the body part you wish to treat and the temperature cools inside the device. When done, the area is raised, red, and looks much like a stick of butter. Over the next few months, the fat cells die and are reabsorbed by the body.