A sculpted or contoured body appears firmer, younger and sexier. Various scenarios would warrant for body sculpting to give your body a better shape such as;

  • Drastic weight loss that leaves sagging skin on your body
  • Post pregnancy body that has excess fat and skin
  • Gravitational push and pull that comes with aging


Stubborn fat and sagging skin do not always go away with exercise and diet, which often leaves a lot of people frustrated. The good news is that there are various body shaping methods available in the market that you can use to sculpt your body. Some of the techniques are body shaping cream, surgery, and fat freezing.

Ways of sculpting your body

Fat freezing

Fat freezing is a minimally invasive body contouring method. The sculpting method uses either radio frequency or ultrasound to target and destroy fat cells.  The body shaping method is excellent for the following areas;

  • Belly
  • Upper arms
  • Thighs
  • Love handles


Although the technique is minimally invasive, it has some side effects such as;

  • Mild pain
  • Swelling
  • Bruising and tenderness
  • Redness


Also, bear in mind that you might need two or more sessions depending on your body’s severity. You must also have a body mass index of between 18.5 and 24.9 which experts consider being ideal for fat freezing.


Using a body shaping cream

A body contouring cream can hydrate your body and keep it firmer and slimmer. The creams work by targeting swollen tissue cells such as cellulite and using micro-circulation to destroy them. The best thing about this method is entirely non-invasive, meaning that;

  • It has no downtime
  • No bruises or swelling
  • No risks like those associated with surgery; scarring, downtime, excess bleeding and anesthesia allergies


An example of cream that works on well on sculpting the body is Clarin’s Body Shaping Cream. The cream works on any skin type.


How to use the cream

  • Identify an area of the body that you need to work on such as hips, abdomen, love handles, or upper arms
  • Use circular motions to massage the cream on the area deeply
  • For best result, ensure that you use the cream every day


Body sculpting surgery

A body sculpting surgery is an invasive surgery, and is also commonly referred to as “going under the knife.” Your surgeon will inject you with anesthesia to numb surgical pain and make you sleep through the entire process.

Although body contouring surgery can help re-design and reshape your body, there are some assessments that your surgeon must carry out, to determine if you’re fit for surgery. You must possess the following qualities to pass surgical criteria.

  • You must not be a smoker
  • You must not have diseases that may increase surgical risks such as heart disease heart disease, kidney disease, hypertension, asthma or diabetes
  • You must have realistic goals, i.e., you must be doing the surgery for yourself and not to please someone else
  • You must commit to a healthier lifestyle after your operation such as adopting a healthy diet and working out.

If you’re frustrated by not getting a slimmer and shapely body type despite dieting and exercising, several other approaches can work for you. Try other contouring techniques like using a body shaping cream, surgery, and fat freezing to reshape your body. Before choosing your method, bear in mind that some methods are more invasive than others.