Malin Akerman Appointed As Ambassador For CoolSculpting

The ‘Rampage’ and ‘Couples Retreat’ actress has been named the first Allergan Aesthetics body contouring partner.

“CoolSculpting® was a treatment I had been researching before this opportunity presented itself!” explains Malin Akerman. “I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to speak to experts in body contouring. For me, it was important to maintain the figure I have now, while shaping and contouring those trouble areas that have bugged me for quite some time now. Like any working woman, I have a lot to juggle daily. On top of that, I do my best to eat right and maintain an active and healthy lifestyle, but even so, I have some stubborn areas of fat just won’t budge and muscle groups I would like to tone and strengthen.”

As the U.S. ambassador, Akerman will be supporting the two new Allergan Aesthetics body contouring campaigns and encouraging consumers to take their body contouring goals further with CoolSculpting® and/or CoolTone™.

Consumers have the opportunity to:

  1. Shape Your Moment with CoolSculpting® and purchase a $300 CoolSculpting gift card for only $150 now through November 30. Terms and conditions apply. [
  2. Set The Tone with CoolTone™ and purchase a $300 CoolTone™ gift card for only $150, now through December 31. Terms and conditions apply. []

As part of her partnership with the brand, Akerman will appear in marketing materials, digital advertising and on CoolSculpting® social channels, as well as participate in public relations activities, where she will share her body contouring journey.

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