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How Much Does CoolSculpting Cost?

By now most people have heard of the revolutionary, non-invasive CoolSculpting Treatment. CoolSculpting is a non-surgical body-contouring treatment that freezes fat under the skin using a technique called cryolipolysis. This procedure freezes away fat cells without damaging surrounding tissue. Your body’s own metabolic processes then flush away the dead fat cells.

Now that so many people are ready to take the plunge in order to change their appearance and their lives for the better by freezing away stubborn fat cells, the big question at hand is, “How much does CoolSculpting cost?

 

Consider the Alternative

In the past, one of the only options for people wanting to reduce the fat cells in their problem areas was liposuction surgery. In addition to the obvious costs of having a surgical room, an anesthesiologist, the doctor, the medical supplies, painkillers, and the hospital room where you stay overnight a day or two, you also had to include the cost of missed work during your recovery time at home and surgical scars that need time to heal. 

Now that CoolSculpting has entered the scene. There are no knives, no suctioning, no needles, no scars, and no downtime and therefore NOT AS MUCH of a financial or time investment. It can literally be done on your lunch break on a normal workday.

Consultations Available Now

Take the first step. Get your questions answered and find out which treatment option is best for you by meeting with one of our knowledgeable providers at Skinatomy Laser Clinic for an in-person consultation. Simply fill out the form on this page, and one of our experienced team members will reach out to you promptly to schedule your consultation.

What Will It Cost?

The cost varies from person to person based on the treatment area, the number of treatments that will be needed, and the patient’s ultimate goal. Another factor in the cost is the type of applicator used for different areas of the body. For example, Cool Max has the largest application. It covers the most ground and is used for volume treatment. On average, Cool Max will cost $1250 per hour.

Smaller applicators will cost less. There are several varieties of the smaller applicators such as Cool Care which is most commonly used on the abdomen, Cool Curve which fits the love handles, and Cool Fit which is a straight applicator for around the inner thighs and backs of arms. The cost of using these is approximately $500-750 per hour.

Since most insurance companies do not pay for elective cosmetic treatments, many physicians and clinics will offer payment plans which can make CoolSculpting treatments more accessible. Keep in mind that the only way to get your exact cost is by scheduling a consultation with the medical professional who will be performing your CoolSculpting treatments.

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