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Inner Thigh Fat Treatments at The Cosmetic Skin Clinic
Inner thigh fat is a term used to describe the accumulation of subcutaneous fat stores around the inner thigh area, between the legs. This type of fat is the shallow, wobbly type that sits just below our skin. Where your body stores fat is largely dependent on genetics. However, women tend to store excess fat in their hips, thigh area and lower belly, more so than men. Although men can also gather fat in this body zone.
Many factors can cause us to build up inner thigh fat. Whether it is a lack of physical activity, bad eating habits or weight gain, we start to accumulate pockets of fat across several areas of the body as we age, particularly as our metabolism starts to slow down. This can make thigh fat a particular problem for older men and women, although any age group can suffer from the condition.
While we may be lured by promises of slimming down thighs in a week or burning inner thigh fat fast with exercise, there are only two ways to lose inner thigh fat successfully.
The first is surgical liposuction – but an inner thigh lift under the knife means scarring, bruising and recovery time. The second is a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure for a noticeable and long-lasting thigh fat reduction in unwanted inner thigh fat bulge: CoolSculpting®.
CoolSculpting is the only FDA-cleared, non-surgical fat reduction treatment which delivers proven results without surgery, anaesthesia or downtime. This non-invasive, fat freezing (cryolipolysis) treatment is a body contouring method that reduces fat cells in inner thigh fat with results that are long-lasting and noticeable. Learn more about thigh reduction in our ‘CoolSculpting for Thighs‘ blog post.
Your practitioner will use the CoolSculpting applicator to target the thigh fat specifically. This is one of the best inner thigh fat removal treatments on the aesthetic market today, and requires zero surgery or recovery time. We also offer CoolSculpting Elite, an improved dual applicator system that allows our practitioners to reduce fat across multiple body areas at the same time as carrying out a standard thigh fat removal treatment. Contact our clinics for information or visit our CoolSculpting Elite treatment page for further details.
The Cosmetic Skin Clinic is the most experienced CoolSculpting fat freezing clinic in the UK and Western Europe, having treated the highest number of patients, with a reputation for superlative results.
CoolSculpting Inner Thigh Fat Removal Before and After
EMSculpt Neo small applicators can sculpt your inner thighs in only 20-minutes. This revolutionary treatment can reduce fat and lift your thighs by contracting your muscles over 20.000 times. To learn more about this incredible non invasive inner thigh fat removal treatment, please explore our EMSculpt Neo dedicated page.
To find out more about these fat reduction for thighs treatments and our other available treatments, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our expert practitioners today at our clinics in London and Buckinghamshire!
The Cosmetic Skin Clinic in London is within easy walking distance of Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Baker Street tube stations. It is also quick to reach by train via Paddington and Kings Cross St Pancras Train Stations.
The Cosmetic Skin Clinic in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire is near to Gerrards Cross – Chiltern Railway, Slough’s – First Great Western station. It also has great transport links via the M25, M4, M40 and A40 roads, making the clinic very easy to reach from Wembley, Richmond, Kingston upon Thames and the Surrey area.
For more information about our clinic’s locations and the best ways to reach us by train, bus, car or by foot, please take a look at our dedicated pages.
*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.