NBC – TODAY Show Puts CoolSculpting to the Test

TODAY Show Hosts, Savannah Guthrie and Jenna Bush Hager try CoolSculpting

The TODAY anchors revealed their before-and-after photos following a series of treatments with the trendy cosmetic treatment that claims to reduce fat.

Clinical studies reviewed by NBC News showed average fat reductions of up to 25 percent in the area treated. Most patients, including Savannah and Jenna, experience minimal side effects.

“When you thaw, it does hurt a little, that’s all I’ll say about that,” Savannah said.

NBC News had the results for Savannah and Jenna independently examined by Dr. Anthony Youn, a plastic surgeon from Troy, Michigan, as well as Dr. Brian Glatt of Premier Plastic Surgery Center of New Jersey. Both found a “significant” reduction in fat in the areas treated.

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