According to the official CoolSculpting® website, a typical CoolSculpting treatment can cost between $2,000 and $4,000 per area. However, the exact cost of your CoolSculpting treatment will depend on a number of factors, so the best way to get an accurate cost estimate is to schedule an in-person consultation to discuss your needs and goals.
In the meantime, use this guide to help you understand what goes into the cost of CoolSculpting and what could cause the price to fluctuate.
1. The Size of the Area(s) Being Treated
Generally speaking, the larger the treatment area, the higher the cost. CoolSculpting for your stomach, for example, will likely be more expensive than CoolSculpting to treat a double chin.
Additionally, treating multiple areas of your body at the same time with CoolSculpting will typically increase the total treatment cost. Ask us about any CoolSculpting promotions that might help to offset the cost of treating multiple areas at once.
2. The Number of CoolSculpting Sessions You Will Need
The number of CoolSculpting sessions that you might need will depend on your existing anatomy and goals, and only your CoolSculpting technician can determine what’s best after a thorough evaluation. That said, many people can see excellent results after a single CoolSculpting treatment, with a 20 to 25% reduction in fat in the treated area.
3. Your Location, Your Provider and Other Factors
The cost of CoolSculpting in Sacramento, for example, is going to differ from the cost of CoolSculpting in a smaller city like Pittsburgh, PA.
While the experience level and training history of your provider can also affect the cost of your procedure, this isn’t an area where you want to skimp on cost and risk sacrificing great CoolSculpting results or even your safety. Choose a qualified provider and discuss payment or financing options to make your treatment as affordable as possible.