CoolSculpting Twitter Party: Join Us!

By May 13, 2016One Comment

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The CoolSculpting procedure is the #1 non-invasive fat reduction treatment. It’s great for targeting an unwanted double chin. Dr. Paul Nassif (from Botched) is going to join us for a Twitter party to talk about CoolSculpting and answer questions about cosmetic procedures and beauty trends. Read below for all the details and to RSVP!

CoolSculpting #AskDrNassif Twitter Party

Join Us For The #AskDrNassif Twitter Party

  • Where: On Twitter, using the hashtag #AskDrNassif
  • Host: @SITSGirls
  • When: Wednesday, May 25 between 8:00am PT – 9:00am PT / 11:00am ET – 12:00pm ET
  • Prizes: But of course! See below for the goodies we’ll be giving away.

#AskDrNassif Prizes

Everyone who tweets during the Twitter event using the #AskDrNassif hashtag will automatically be entered to win.

Five (5) winners will each receive one (1) $100.00 Visa Gift Card


To enter to win, participate with an original tweet (no retweets) using the hashtag, #AskDrNassif, in response to the Twitter party questions. (5) winners will be selected at random from those who reply to the questions.

*This is a sponsored post written on behalf of CoolSculpting.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY Odds of winning will depend on the total number of entries received. Sweepstakes begins at 8:00 A.M. PST on 05/25/2016 and ends at 9:00 A.M. PST on 05/25/2016. Open to legal U.S. residents (including DC), age of majority or older. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED.  See Official Rules for complete details. Sponsored by: ZELTIQ Aesthetics, Inc. (“Sponsor”), located at 4698 Willow Road Pleasanton, CA 94588.

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