Surgery-Free Body Contouring Coolsculpting: Non-Surgical Fat Reduction

Surgery-Free Body Contouring

Facts at a Glance


  • CoolSculpting is a licenced non-surgical cooling technique proven to shrink fat pockets in focused areas for Surgery-Free Body Contouring
  • This method was chiefly introduced to remedy specific pockets of fat that will not respond to regular weight loss techniques.
  • Based on cryolipolysis, CoolSculpting has been scientifically proven to freeze and destroy fat cells by exposing them to targeted cold temperatures.
  • CoolSculpting has proven to successfully reduce the amount of fat cells. Especially effective in some of the most troubling areas such as: the abdomen, sides, the inner and outer thighs, the upper arms and chin.

Record of Safety: Surgery-Free Body Contouring

  • In 2012, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved CoolSculpting.
  • To date, around 4,000,000 procedures have been performed worldwide.
  • Since the procedure is non-surgical, it does not require anesthesia.
  • Some individuals report acute side effects. These typically go away on their own in a few days following treatment. These minor side effects can include bruising, swelling, and sensitivity.
  • If you have a history of severe sensitivity to cold temperatures or Raynaud’s disease, CoolSculpting may not be right for you .
  • Men are the fastest growing segment of the population using Coolsculpting


  • The typical procedure lasts between 1 to 3 hours.
  • There is little to no recovery time. Most people return to their normal daily routine immediately after the procedure.
  • CoolSculpting is available in a variety of locations. It can be administered by a plastic surgeon or a properly trained physician.



  • Studies show up to 80 percent fat loss in the treated area following a single cryolipolysis procedure.
  • Over 85 percent of people show improvements after three months.
  • Almost 75 percent of patients reported satisfaction with the procedure.
  • Over 80 percent of those that received a treatment would recommend it to a friend.
  • Over 95 percent report none to tolerable discomfort during the procedure.