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What Is Coolsculpting Treatment In Delhi

Table of Content

  1.  Introduction

  2.  What Is Cool Sculpting?

  3.  What Is The Process Of Coolsculpting?

  4.  Are You a Candidate For Coolsculpting?

  5.  When Should You Avoid Coolsculpting?
    5.1 Cryolipolysis helps you kill fat cells in specific areas such as:
    5.2 Cryolipolysis does not help in areas where there are:

  6. Cost of Coolsculpting in India.

  7. Coolsculpting Alternatives

  8. Conclusion 


This treatment helps you reshape your body. Coolsculpting is a medical treatment that is a non-surgical procedure for liposuction. The doctor relies on controlled cooling reduction to reshape body contours. The cooling exposure kills fat tissue without damaging your overlying skin. They use expensive machines in aesthetic clinics and spas with high-cost services in other countries. However, in India, the Coolsculpting cost is not that high, and that is why foreign patients come to India for coolsculpting with the best quality treatment at the best prices.

What Is Coolsculpting?

Coolsculpting is known as the fat-freezing method. The method of killing fat cells in certain parts of your body is cryolipolysis. Cryolipolysis cools your fat because the fat freezer has a higher temperature than the skin. Cryolipolysis devices cool your fat to a temperature that destroys fat tissue but cryolipolysis does not harm your skin or other tissues. Coolsculpting was approved in 2010 by the FDA.

What Is The Process Of Coolsculpting?

Coolsculpting does not use needles or any surgery. The device is used by doctors to hold your body part, and the device wants to target between two paddles. The doctor leaves the paddles in place for about half to one hour. The paddles cool quickly, destroying fat cells in the targeted area by about 20% to 25%. You may start seeing some changes within a few weeks. Your immune system slowly clears the dead fat cells. See the doctor if you want to reduce fat and reshape your body.

Are you a candidate for Coolsculpting?

You are a candidate for cryolipolysis treatment when your doctor might suggest cryolipolysis when diet and exercise are not giving results. Cryolipolysis is not a way to lose weight. It helps to destroy fat tissue/cells in your body and helps you to reduce unexpected fat from specific areas.

When Should You Avoid Coolsculpting?

Doctors will suggest you should avoid cryolipolysis treatment if:

  • You have obesity
  • You are pregnant
  • You have loose skin
  • You have cold urticaria
  • You can not handle cold
  • You have Raynaud's phenomenon
  • You have paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria

Coolsculpting helps you kill fat cells in specific areas such as:

  • Thighs
  • Jawline
  • Upper arm
  • Under butt
  • Under the chin
  • Sides and back
  • Along the bra line

Coolsculpting does not help in areas where there are:

  • Varicose veins
  • Nerve problems
  • Rashes or lesions

Cost of Coolsculpting in India

How much you will pay for cool sculpting depends on smaller areas, such as the arm, would cost less than more extensive areas, such as the stomach, and several things like:

  • How many sessions do you take
  • The body part you want to treat
  • Who does your procedure it depends on your location.

The cost of Coolsculpting in Delhi is approx 10k to 50k.

Coolsculpting Alternatives

There are some other procedures to remove or break down fat including:

  • Liposuction (a type of plastic surgery that removes fat)
  • Sculpsure (a heat treatment that uses a laser to remove fat)
  • Zerona (a cold laser treatment that shrinks fat tissues/cells)
  • Vanquish (a radiofrequency procedure that kills fat tissues with heat)


Coolsculpting is a low-risk option for removing fat that is difficult to remove with exercise and diet. People interested in Coolsculpting treatment in Delhi should discuss it with a doctor. A doctor can help you decide whether it is the right option. A doctor at Ayushman Skin & Cosmetology Centre will tell you if there is any other suitable way to remove unwanted fat.



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