Behind the Scenes with Molly Sims and CoolSculpting!
Molly Sims: It's awesome. I'm so lucky. It's very busy. It's very hectic. It's hard to kind of find that balance of taking care of me and taking care of them. If I take care of myself, I feel better with them. I think that's been really good for my head space, especially on the second one. It's really just try to find that balance and not being too hard on yourself.
I ended up gaining almost 82 pounds, so I ended up having a thyroid condition. Oh my god. I've got to lose all of this. As much as you think, oh, you can do it in three months or six months and you have so much pressure on you from being in the public eye or just pressure on you from yourself, it took a really long time and it was hard.
I ultimately tried the coolsculpting procedure because I had the last little bit that I felt like, aw, it's such a stubborn area and I kept doing my sit ups, and I'm like, it just won't come off. I did the treatment, and within four to six weeks I noticed complete results. I think for me as a mom, I was worried about going under. I didn't have a lot of time, so I think what appealed to me most was that it was noninvasive, no anesthesia, and it was such little down time.
I think the best advice my mom ever gave me is try to be the best you can be because the better you are, the better you're going to feel, and if you feel good, you look good and if you look good, you feel good. So, I always tell women if you want to do something that's going to change you and make you feel better about yourself, do it. You couldn't do 7,000 sit ups a day. Okay. So, you got a little coolsculpting treatment instead. I just think it's okay to help yourself out.