Did Linda Evangelista Have CoolSculpting on the face?
Yes, Linda Evangelista underwent CoolSculpting body contouring almost five years ago.
Celebrity model and 90s supermodel Eva Longoria has released a statement on Instagram alleging that Zeltiq CoolSculpting procedure “did the opposite of what it promised,” and that she would never get out of bed for anything less than $10,000 per day.
In fact, it enhanced rather than diminished my fat cells and left me permanently disfigured, despite two painful and fruitless remedial operations.
Zeltiq Aesthetics Inc. is being sued by Evangelista on Tuesday for $50 million in compensatory damages. Several attempts to reach the company for comment were unsuccessful.
A dermatologist treated Evangelista for her “abdomen, flanks, back and bra area, inner thighs and chin” seven times, according to the lawsuit. PAH, also known as paradoxical adipose hyperplasia (PAH), occurs when the treated area develops hard tissue lumps.
Because of this, Evangelista stated on Instagram, she has been unable to perform her duties. As a result, she has become a loner and a victim of her own self-loathing and depression.
According to Healthline, Evangelista purportedly suffered from Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia (PAH), a “quite rare but dangerous adverse effect” in which the treated fat cells grow larger rather than shrink.
She claimed she was not informed of this “risk” in advance of the treatment, which she later regretted.