If you’ve tried exercise and a healthy diet, but still can’t get rid of that last little bit of stubborn fat, there’s a way to reach your fitness goals that’s effective, painless, and affordable. CoolSculpting is a noninvasive procedure that helps you reduce fat and achieve that perfect body you’ve always wanted.
Why Try CoolSculpting?
Most of us have one or more areas on our body that seem to be resistant to any amount of dieting and exercise. However, with FDA-approved CoolSculpting, you can be in and out in an hour with no recovery time necessary to resume your normal schedule.
CoolSculpting has a very high success rate and reduces fat in the area the procedure targets by up to 25 percent  which is why more and more people are interested in this quick weight loss treatment. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons  reports that CoolSculpting procedures are on the uptick and the number of performed treatments has risen by 20 percent in the last year.
How Does CoolSculpting Work?
The way CoolSculpting works is in its name. The procedure gets rid of fat cells by freezing them and you can target more or less any part of your body. During the procedure, a certified technician places an applicator on your skin and uses cold temperatures to get rid of fat cells while not harming any other cells in your body which makes this procedure 100% safe.
At first, patients can feel very cold temperatures around the targeted area, but the area usually goes numb in a few minutes. No anesthesia is required for CoolSculpting, so you can go back to your daily schedule as soon as the procedure is over and your body will get rid of the fat cells naturally in the following months. Note that it might take up to half a year for full results.
Weight Loss with CoolSculpting Is Lasting
CoolSculpting was developed for patients who are near their ideal weight but have problems getting rid of the last few remaining areas with body fat. You can boost your weight loss efforts when combining CoolSculpting with a healthy diet and exercise regiment, and reap the benefits of this procedure for months.
Best of all, a research paper from 2015 from Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery  found no indication that CoolSculpting causes serious side effects such as scarring, liver damage, or bleeding.
How Much Does CoolSculpting Cost?
First of all, CoolSculpting is a cosmetic procedure, so your insurance probably won’t cover it. Luckily, you will only have to pay about $2,000 – $4,000 depending on the clinic, the experience of the doctor, and the size of the areas you want to treat, according to the official CoolSculpting web presentation. 
The best way to get a precise estimate or a procedure is to schedule a consult with a clinic that performs the procedure. During your appointment, you will talk about goals and expectations with a clinician who will then give you a quote.
Before you book an appointment, we recommend that you research online and compare at least three or four options to find the best price and location for your CoolSculpting procedure. You can also check out the pros and cons and find out whether this is the right treatment for you.