How much does CoolSculpting Cost?

Getting rid of stubborn fat bulges has become a lot easier in recent years, thanks to revolutionary treatments like Coolsculpting.  CoolSculpting is a hugely popular body contouring procedure that uses cooling technology to reduce fat in targeted areas.  But how much does CoolSculpting cost.

What is CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting is a non-invasive fat reduction technology that eliminates unwanted fat by freezing it.  The device selectively and precisely targets the fat cells, without damaging nearby nerves or tissues.  The treated cells crystallize and die, and are subsequently removed from the body through the lymphatic system (learn more).

How much does CoolSculpting Cost?

According to the CoolSculpting website, the cost of CoolSculpting can range from $2,000-$4,000 per session.   The cost will be impacted by the specific areas being treated, as well as the number of treatments required.

Most practices price CoolSculpting per treatment area, therefore it generally costs more to reduce a large area like the abdomen, when compared to a smaller area like the arms.  CoolSculpting will also be more expensive when treatment is being done on several areas, because the applicator can only treat one area per cycle. 

A single CoolSculpting treatment reduces fat in the targeted area by 20-25%, so patients that would like to lose a few more inches may need another treatment.  However, the results of CoolSculpting take 1-3 months to show, so patients are advised to await the final outcome, before making the decision to undergo additional sessions.

Who is a good candidate?

CoolSculpting is ideal for men and women with stubborn fat bulges that are resistant to diet and exercise.  Popular treatment areas include the abdomen, inner and outer thighs, flanks, and submental area (below the chin).

Are you ready to book a CoolSculpting consultation?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Guilford & New Haven, CT areas, The Langdon Center is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling (203) 717-9592.

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