look and feel stronger with cooltone
CoolTone® is an FDA-cleared, noninvasive treatment
that uses magnetic muscle stimulation to tone, firm,
and strengthen muscles.
Is CoolTone right for me?
- For most patients, 4 treatments are recommended over the course of 2 weeks to reach their body contouring goals
- Maintenance treatments are recommended. Talk to your provider to learn more
- Follow your usual diet and exercise routine to maintain treatment results
Ready to schedule a CoolTone session?
Scheduling your first CoolTone session is easy. Call us at 336-765-8620 or text Danielle, our Cosmetic Concierge, at 336-443-6313. You can also just click the button to schedule an appointment online. We hope to see you soon!
WHAT IS COOLTONE?
CoolTone is a device that uses magnetic muscle stimulation technology to strengthen, tone and firm muscles. It’s safe, FDA approved and effective.
APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
Call us at 336-765-8620 or email our Cosmetic Concierge at email@example.com to book a CoolTone Consultation today. We are offering free 15-minute demo appointments so everyone can experience this incredible new technology.
HOW DOES COOLTONE WORK?
Using magnetic muscle stimulation (MMS), CoolTone technology penetrates into the muscle layers and induces involuntary muscle contractions. The body responds to these contractions by strengthening its muscle fibers, resulting in improved muscle conditioning. Whether targeting abdomen, buttocks or thighs, CoolTone strengthens, tones and firms the muscles in the treated area, resulting in a more defined and toned appearance. CoolTone has 50 percent more magnetic intensity than the leading competitor (1.35 T versus 0.9 T) at the point of contact.* The clinical significance of this data has not been established.
QUICK COOLTONE CHECKLIST
If you have any of the following contraindications, please do not participate in the CoolTone demonstration or have a CoolTone treatment:
- Application over menstruating uterus
- Application over areas of the skin that lack normal sensation.
- Metal or electronic implants in the treatment area.
- Implanted defibrillators.
- Implanted neurostimulators.
- Drug pumps
- Malignant tumor
- Hemorrhagic conditions
- Recent surgical procedure
- Pulmonary insufficiency