Did you resolve to shrink those stubborn pockets of fat in 2019?
Maybe you’re doing it through diet alone, or maybe you’ve thrown exercise into the mix. Or maybe you’re doing both. But even then, a healthy lifestyle may not be enough to tackle fat that’s genetically prone to cling to your abdomen, thighs, or even the underside of your chin.
That’s why you may benefit from CoolSculpting, an FDA-approved fat reduction treatment that requires no surgery or downtime. But how exactly does CoolSculpting work? And how much does CoolSculpting cost?
The Average Cost of CoolSculpting in Denver
According to RealSelf, the average cost of CoolSculpting in the greater Denver and Englewood areas is $2,350. CoolSculpting can be as little as $750 or as much as $4,500. This is because CoolSculpting is priced according to the treatment area. For example, treating the underneath of your chin will be less expensive than treating your whole abdomen.
Regardless of the area you treat, CoolSculpting is a lot more affordable than surgical fat reduction options, making it a great choice for more budget-conscious patients.
How Does CoolSculpting Work?
CoolSculpting is a non-surgical fat reduction treatment that uses freezing energy to target the fat cells just beneath the sub-dermal tissue. This energy is delivered via handpieces, which are placed directly onto the treatment area and moved around for about an hour (the average treatment duration). Over the session, the freezing energy crystallizes the fat cells, causing them to become permanently damaged.
Within the course of eight to twelve weeks, about 24% of fat cells within the treatment area are processed and removed by the body’s lymphatic system, resulting in surprisingly significant inch loss.
CoolSculpting is an excellent choice for patients who already follow a healthy lifestyle but aren’t seeing the fat reduction they’ve been hoping for. Ideal candidates should be within 15-20 pounds of their ideal weight.