The six-pack abs journey involves hard work and discipline. Even if you exercise self-restraint at the dining table and work your core out to the max, results are not always guaranteed.

Each of us has different genetic makeup, body condition, weight, and amount of body fat. Although not having six-pack abs doesn’t mean you are unfit or that you are not in top physical condition, having a washboard tummy is highly desired by many people.

Unveil what’s hidden by subcutaneous fat

Believe or not, the muscles in your abs are there, and they are just hidden underneath layers of fat. While core training exercises do help, they do not address the most critical issue – eliminating the stubborn layer of fat that is preventing the muscles from showing. This is where CoolSculpting® comes in.


CoolSculpting is the only non-surgical fat reduction treatment approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It utilises cryolipolysis technology to freeze and destroy fat cells, which are then disposed via the body’s natural elimination process.

For the abdomen, it helps to remove the subcutaneous fat around the waist, which is the primary reason why your six-pack is not showing. The stubborn fat around your tummy cannot be removed through spot toning exercises, which explains why doing stomach crunches alone will not give you the flat and toned washboard tummy. But with the help of CoolSculpting, you are removing excess fat around the waist, giving yourself a better chance of getting your hidden abdominal muscles to show. CoolSculpting is also a treatment to consider if you are simply looking for a more toned stomach, helping you get rid of that “stomach apron” that your gym regime is not helping you with.

If you are looking to sculpt other parts of your body, CoolSculpting has various applicators in different sizes to treat stubbornt fat from different parts of our body. This includes the chin, chest, bra fat, arms, flank, lower back, buttocks, outer and inner thighs, and above the knee. Finally, be sure to consult a doctor on what is the best way to achieve your body goal. A six-pack may seem like the holy grail of fitness but it isn’t. A strong, healthy body comes in all shapes and sizes so don’t let the media (or social media) make that definition for you.