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How does CoolSculpting ® work?

CoolSculpting ® targets and freezes unwanted fat cells in the selected area to induce a noticeable, natural-looking reduction in fat bulges. Each CoolSculpting treatment results in an average 20% reduction of fat in the treated area.

Cryolipolysis (CoolSculpting) uses controlled cooling that freezes fat cells and eliminates them from the body through apoptosis. The process pops the fat cells which are then eliminated through your liver over a period of time. The process doesn’t stress the liver as it gradually happens over a period of two months.

How much does CoolSculpting cost?

Here is a breakdown of the costs of the different applicators used and how much CoolSculpting costs at Medical Rejuvenation Centre in Vancouver.* All treatment plans are customized to the requirement of each patient, hence we recommend you contacting us to get a better estimate.

CoolSculpting CostPrice
Small Applicator$750
Large Applicator$1200

Is CoolSculpting safe?

CoolSculpting is an FDA approved procedure that has been performed millions of times worldwide and is recognized as a safe and effective treatment for visible fat bulges in the submental area, thigh, abdomen, and flank.

Unlike other procedures that use heat to reduce body fat, CoolSculpting doesn’t affect internal organs as it uses cold to freeze and pop the fat cells in stead.

CoolSculpting before and after

CoolSculpting treats inner and outer thighs with different applicators, or when thighs are rubbing together when standing; it also helps with achieving a thigh gap. Other areas include sides of the knees, banana rolls, love handles. CoolSculpting also helps with double chin and sides of the face around the jaws.





Contact us to learn about our CoolSculpting treatment options. We will help you find a solution best suited to your needs including: stubborn fat, love handles or any other area of concern. Click here to learn more about CoolSculpting.


*Please note the prices mentioned above are estimates and may change based on the number of treatments patients may require.

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