How Much Does Cool Sculpting Cost?

Cool Sculpting is a relatively new procedure that removes body fat without the need for surgery. Created by two Harvard doctors, it has been cleared by the FDA and is rapidly gaining approval within the medical community.

Worldwide, more than 400,000 Cool Sculpting treatments were performed during the past year alone. In many cases, the process takes as little as four treatments or less over a three- to four-month period.

Cool Sculpting Chin

Many people are self-conscious about the amount of fat under their chin, especially if the fat is enough to cause a “double chin” effect. The areas under the chin and the jaws are two of the hardest areas to reduce by diet and exercise. However, Cool Sculpting has been shown to be very effective in removing fat bulges from both areas.

The procedure takes about 35 minutes per session and costs approximately $1,400. Patients sometimes experience a reduction in chin fat up to 80 percent and more than 80 percent of patients who have had the procedure recommend it.

Cool Sculpting Legs

There are several causes for excessive leg fat, including Lipedema, which affects up to 11 percent of women, and regular obesity.

Regardless of the cause, Cool Sculpting can often be used to remove stubborn fat from the upper areas of the legs, which are often referred to as “sandbags.” This gives the legs a more balanced, symmetrical look.

Typical costs range from about $3,000 to $4,000. Cool Sculpting can also give the knees a more natural look. However, that procedure usually comes at an extra cost.

Cool Sculpting Stomach

The stomach is one of the most common body areas for Cool Sculpting because of the difficulty in getting rid of excess body fat due to age and life events, such as pregnancy. It is popular with both men and women of all ages.

Cool Sculpting can produce a slimmer, flatter stomach in a short period of time. Sessions last between 35 and 60 minutes and two sessions are usually required at a cost of about $1,500 per session. Therefore, the total cost runs about $3,000.

Cool Sculpting Bum

Cool Sculpting works well on the bum, an area that is notorious for storing fat. It can also remove so-called “banana rolls.”

The cost of Cool Sculpting a bum varies more than some of the other procedures because the amount of fat varies more from person to person. Typical costs range from $1,200 to $1,500 or more per session.

Prior to Cool Sculpting a bum, a consultation is necessary to make sure the patient is a proper candidate for the procedure.

Cool Sculpting Arms

Cool Sculpting is also very effective at reducing upper arm fat. This area is a common problem for many women because fat deposits are pulled down by gravity, earning the name of “chicken wings.” This area is also known to resist improvement by diet and exercise.

The procedure to remove fat by Cool Sculpting typically takes about 35 minutes per arm. Average cost runs about $650 per arm.

Cool Sculpting Waist

Anyone can have excess fat around their waist, but it seems to be more of a problem for men than for women. Even though diet can contribute to a large waistline, many men are predisposed to a large waistline because of genetics.

The good news is that the waist can be reduced by Cool Sculpting for about $900 to $1,500 in most cases. It typically involves two treatments about four weeks apart.

Excess fat can be removed from all around the waistline. Moreover, many patients have reported excellent results with this technique.

Cool Sculpting Thighs

In the same way that men tend to gain excessive weight around the waistline, women tend to build up excessive fat in the thighs and the bum. There are several reasons for this, including genetics and hormones.

Cool Sculpting can be used to remove excess fat from the thighs, which will help shape the thighs and upper legs, providing a more attractive look. It works well on both the inner and outer thighs. The cost runs about $1,800.

Conclusion

Although Cool Sculpting is relatively new, it is gaining widespread acceptance among medical professionals as well as patients.

It provides a way for patients to reduce stubborn fat without having to undergo surgery. Recovery times are less than with other fat-reducing procedures, and prices are significantly less than cosmetic surgery. So, anyone who has been unsuccessful in reducing fat through diet and exercise should look into Cool Sculpting.

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