Actual patient. Treatment results may vary.

CoolSculpting® is the leading, non-invasive, body contouring treatment option to reduce fat1‡.

CoolSculpting® uses cryolipolysis, a non-surgical procedure to reduce subcutaneous or ‘pinchable’ fat cells2,3. It works by cooling targeted stubborn fat cells to induce the death of these cells without affecting surrounding tissue4*.

CoolSculpting® eliminate that stubborn fat that’s difficult to get rid of, even with diet and exercise5-7 from different areas, up to 9 areas, around the body*2,10-22 with minimal expected downtime after treatment8,9.

Product Status: Medical Device
Device Technique: Cryolipolysis

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CoolSculpting®, the CoolSculpting® logo, and the Snowflake design are registered trademarks of Allergan Aesthetics. CoolSculpting® systems, applicators and cards are medical devices Class I or Class IIa CE0197. ZELTIQ® Is part of Allergan Aesthetics, an AbbVie company. All rights reserved.

The suitability of CoolSculpting® treatment on an individual patient basis should always be considered as part of the assessment and consultation process. CoolSculpting® is not suitable for all patients. Please consult the Directions for Use prior to the procedure. Patient results may vary.

‡ Based on HCP tracking market research in the US, UK, Germany, Canada, Brazil, China, and Australia (N=526), and global market research of the overall body shaping and skin tightening market
* Data obtained from cryolipolysis investigations using a pig model
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