How much does Coolsculpting Cost

If you are interested in non-invasive body contouring treatments, you’ve probably heard about CoolSculpting.  CoolSculpting is a unique fat reduction procedure that freezes away stubborn fat without surgery or downtime.   But the big question is – how much does CoolSculpting cost. 

How much does Coolsculpting Cost

CoolSculpting can cost anywhere from $2,000-$4,000 for a series of treatments.  The cost varies depending on the areas of concern, the number of sessions required, and the type of applicator being used.  

The CoolSculpting system has several applicators that come in different shapes and sizes, so treatment can be customized for each patient.  The CoolMini is the smallest applicator, and is designed to treat small areas of stubborn fat such as knee fat and submental fat (fat under the chin).  The average cost of a CoolMini treatment is about $995 per session.

The CoolAdvantage Plus is the largest applicator, and can be used to treat large areas like the abdomen and thighs.  The cost of a CoolAdvantage Plus treatment starts at about $1,500.

An in-office consultation with an experienced CoolSculpting provider is the only way to get an accurate cost estimate for CoolSculpting treatment.  The provider will assess your problem areas, and provide a quote based on your aesthetic goals.  Most practitioners offer discounted treatment packages for patients doing multiple CoolSculpting cycles.

How does CoolSculpting Work?

CoolSculpting works using precisely controlled cooling technology known as cryolipolysis.  The system selectively freezes and breaks down fat cells by exposing them to freezing temperature.  The treated fat cells die and are then processed and discarded by the body over the following weeks.

Would you like to learn more about CoolSculpting?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Memphis, Collierville, or Jackson TN areas, Levy Dermatology is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling (901) 295-0183.

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