Our philosophy is simple. Focus on 1 thing and be the very best at it. For us, that’s CoolSculpting technologies. Whether you’ve got unwanted fat or are looking to increase muscle tone, our team of providers is here to help you meet your goals.
We are a team of coolsculpting Specialists
At Element Body Lab, our providers are not only certified and highly trained, but specialize in only one thing: body contouring. Whereas other providers at a med spa offer hundreds of procedures, day in and day out we’re focused on delivering the best possible results with CoolSculpting technologies. When it comes to stubborn fat, we offer the best and most convenient options. Looking for the best CoolSculpting expert in Dallas? Look no further.
meet our providers
Jessie Poole – Founder + body contouring specialist
Jessie Poole is the founder of Element Body Lab. She was born and raised in Dallas and is proud to lead the premier practice for CoolSculpting treatments in DFW.
Jessie has worked in the aesthetic industry since 2012, during which time she has dedicated over 7 years specifically to the CoolSculpting portfolio.
She currently offers the CoolSculpting procedure and CoolTone, under medical director supervision. She also serves as a national trainer on CoolSculpting and CoolTone as an Allergan Medical Institute Faculty Member.
Prior to opening the doors of Element Body Lab, she worked for the makers of the CoolSculpting technology as a Practice Development Manager, assisting practices in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oklahoma.
Jessie is a huge advocate for self-care and partnering non surgical fat reduction services with healthy eating and healthy lifestyle choices, including exercise efforts.
Jessie is a wife, a mother, an avid puzzle-lover and board game enthusiast.
Jenn mcgregor – lead body contouring specialist
Jenn McGregor is the Lead CoolSculpting Specialist at Element Body Lab. She is the top-rated CoolSculpting provider in Dallas and the #1 provider in DFW as of 2023.
Jenn is passionate about delivering results that matter. She has attended CoolSculpting University, as well as CoolSculpting University, Clinical – Masters Programs. Her clients describe her as compassionate, patient, and honest.
Jenn is certified in CoolSculpting and CoolTone and offers treatments under a medical director at Element Body Lab.
Jenn loves to travel, spend time with her husband, and experience new things. She says her favorite place to visit is Japan, where her family is from as she has a deep connection to its culture and history.
we only use our own before and after photos.
All hairdressers use scissors, but not all haircuts are good. That’s why we only use our own CoolSculpting Before and After Photos on our website and during consultations. Not only do we believe in the technology, but we know we have the skills to deliver exceptional results for the right candidate looking for CoolSculpting Dallas.
We offer the most up to date CoolSculpting Treatment: CoolSculpting Elite and CoolTone
CoolSculpting Elite is a non invasive procedure that uses controlled cooling to destroy fat cells in targeted areas and noticeable bulges, like the abdomen, bra fat, bra line, double chin, outer thighs, or upper arm. The precisely controlled cooling used during a CoolSculpting Elite treatment will freeze fat cells, triggering a programmed cell death after just one treatment. Fat cells freeze at a higher temperature that other tissue, like skin, blood, and muscle, which is how CoolSculpting works.
How Many CoolSculpting Elite Treatments are Needed?
Most patients have a few treatments to any area. By doing multiple sessions to the same treatment areas, you’ll see a more dramatic result in the treated fat cells. Most patients return for their second or third session a few weeks after the first, ideally at 6–8-week intervals.
The cold used during treatment is cold enough to change the texture of fat in the targeted areas, but not cold enough to harm any surrounding tissues. The dead fat cells are flushed out of the body by your lymphatic system. The entire process is completely non invasive and you can return to normal activities immediately after treatment.
Clients looking for a more toned appearance can pair CoolSculpting with CoolTone.
What is the difference between CoolSculpting Treatment and CoolSculpting Elite treatement?
The CoolSculpting Elite body contouring treatment is a more evolved version of the same technique we’ve come to know and trust. The handpieces were redesigned to better accommodate many patients natural anatomy. The redesign caused an improvement in CoolSculpting results for many patients.
Additionally, the new machines allow our providers to target multiple stubborn pockets of fat at once, cutting treatment time in half or more. Want to understand more about CoolSculpting Elite? Check out this blog on the differences in the technology or schedule a free consultation with our team.
Who is a good candidate for CoolSculpting Elite?
Most practices offering CoolSculpting treatment offer multiple different med spa treatments and their providers don’t specifically specialize in fat reduction techniques. Our office offers specialists to fine tune our recommendations to your specific goals and anatomy.
We don’t believe that someone can be too big or too small for CoolSculpting. Instead, we want to ensure that our recommendations align with your ideal outcome.
Some clients with excess fat who are looking for a weight loss solution would be better served by alternatives help prevent weight gain.
Alternatively, other clients looking for the best option to address unwanted skin would be better served by invasive procedures, like a tummy tuck , skin excision, or face lift.
While our office exclusively offers CoolSculpting, our recommendation with vary depending on your goals. We love CoolSculpting for specific clients when we know we can achieve the outcome they’re looking for.
Clients who are at or near their ideal weight and looking for spot reduction in specific areas like the lower abdomen, banana roll, double chins, or other FDA approved areas can simply relax and know they’re in good hands for the treatment area transformation.
Who is not a good candidatE?
It’s important to remember that CoolSculpting is a medical procedure. There are many reasons to not pursue treatment, including any known contraindications, like paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria, cold agglutinin disease, or hemoglobinuria.
Other considerations for treatment include skin laxity in the targeted area, if your goal is to prevent any weight gain, recent scar tissue, and more. Read the full patient safety data sheet here.