How Quickly Can You See Results With CoolSculpting?

Typically you can't effectively spot reduce problem areas on your body through diet and exercise alone (via Healthline). However, that doesn't mean that you can't try other intervention methods for eliminating unwanted areas of fat. For example, liposuction can remove excess fat, but it's invasive and expensive (via Allure Laser and Med Spa). According to Plastic, you can choose from several non-invasive procedures to help reduce problem spots. These include CoolSculpting, Vanquish, SculpSure, and Kybella. Each method utilizes a different way to target and destroy unwanted fat from your body. None are cheap, though, with prices ranging from $650 to $2,000 per area. 

One of the more affordable options for reducing fat when diet and exercise haven't helped you reach your goals is CoolSculpting. At $650 to $800 per area, it offers an affordable way to eliminate unwanted volume through a process that freezes unwanted fat cells, which you then pass naturally. While the results aren't immediate, for a non-invasive procedure at a reasonable price point, it's certainly worth considering.

Here's how soon you can see results from CoolSculpting

When you get CoolSculpting, which is FDA-approved, a technician applies a device to the treatment area that uses cryolipolysis to help kill unwanted fat cells permanently (via Allure Laser and Med Spa). The procedure, which isn't invasive, can reduce your fat deposit by about 25% with no downtime, and it only lasts about 35 to 60 minutes. In addition, because of the numbing from the freezing, you feel little to no pain during the treatment. 

Perhaps one of the most exciting benefits of CoolSculpting is that you can see results in as little as four weeks (via Allure Laser and Med Spa). Because you won't have any swelling, you see what the newly slimmed area looks like as soon as your body eliminates the dead fat cells (via Plastic However, if you have cryoglobulinemia (inflammation of the blood vessels), cold agglutinin disease (an autoimmune disease that causes the destruction of red blood cells), or paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria (a rare type of anemia), Healthline warns that you should not undergo this procedure. While CoolSculpting seems to have few, if any, downsides, it's crucial for you to discuss it with your doctor before scheduling a treatment.