The main difference between Zerona and CoolSculpting is what ultimately happens to the fat cell.
CoolSculpting freezes the fat cell and within 1 to 3 weeks from the time of the treatment, the fat cell is killed and eventually removed from the body via the lymphatic system. The client gets skinny in the area that was treated by CoolSculpting.
Zerona reacts with the fat cell to generate adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP reacts with the fat cell membrane. A temporary transitory pore opens and the contents of the fat cell drain out. The fat cell “shrinks” and allows the client to get “skinny”.
CoolSculpting = FAT CELL DIES
Zerona = FAT CELL SHRINKS, BUT LIVES
When a person eventually gains weight, there is 1 PROBLEM with Coolsculpting. Since the fat cell is removed and fat cells are like brain cells, being unable to replicate, the fat now has to go to a different part of the body. This is why you see unproportional people.