How much does Coolsculpting cost?

The average cost of a Coolsculpting treatment is $2,681.  The cost of your treatment will depend on several factors:

Coolsculpting costs by body area

The cost of your Coolsculpting treatment will depend on the size of the area being treated. Larger body areas require bigger applicators. Each applicator has a disposable tip which is replaced between patients. The larger applicator tips are more expensive for the provider to purchase from the manufacturer and this cost is passed along to the patient. The smaller applicators are billed at a retail price of $750 per cycle. The larger applicators are billed at a retail price of $1,500 per cycle. Many practices will discount the price per cycle when multiple treatments are purchased at the same time.

The most expensive areas of the body to treat are the outer thighs, arms and stomach. The cheapest areas are the chin, arms and inner thighs.

  • Chin: $1,200-1,500.
  • Arms: $1,500-2,800
  • Outer Thighs: $3,000-4,000
  • Inner Thighs: $1500-$3000
  • Stomach: $2,400-2,800
  • Flanks: $1,500-3,000

Coolsculpting cost by location

The average cost of your Coolsculpting treatment will vary by location.

  • New York: $1,800
  • Los Angeles: $1,650
  • Austin: $2,100
  • Denver: $2,200
  • Detroit: $1,900

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Will insurance cover my Coolsculpting treatment?

Coolsculpting is an elective cosmetic treatment and will not be covered by your health insurance company.

Are Coolsculpting treatments ever discounted?

The manufacturer of Coolsculpting (Zeltiq) requires that all practices abide by their treatment pricing and discount guidelines. Within these guidelines, practices can decide how much of a discount they would like to offer a patient. It is common for practices to provide a discount for patients who buy 2 or more treatments upfront.

Coolsculpting financing options

You can finance your Coolsculpting treatment through one of several loan providers listed below:

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