Cryolipolysis / CoolSculpting®

Facts on Cryolipolysis / Coolsculpting®

Areas of application:Chin, upper arms, back, waist, gluteal folds, thighs, stomach, shoulder area, hips
Treatment duration:1-4 hours, several treatments as required
Post-treatment:Conscious healthy nutrition, exercise
Presentable:Practically right away
Costs:per area from 500 €, cheaper package prices for further areas

Stubborn fat deposits often become a major burden to those affected. As a result, many people try to improve these problem areas through exercise and a healthy, nutritious diet. However, if such measures fail to yield results, aesthetic medicine has a range of effective methods to reduce body fat.

In cryolipolysis (also known as ‘CoolSculpting®’), we offer our patients an innovative and exceptionally gentle treatment method. This minimally invasive treatment involves cooling fat tissue in a controlled procedure. It is a method without any scarring or long recovery periods.

At Central Aesthetics, we offer professional CoolSculpting® as a gentle treatment for various areas of the body. Thereby we can offer our patients a method to eliminate troubling fat deposits without the need for a surgical procedure. For more information on this innovative fat removal method, simply get in touch with us. We’d be happy to tell you more about the procedure and advise you on the potential results in your specific case.

Frequently asked questions on Cryolipolysis / Coolsculpting®

What is ‘CoolSculpting®’?

CoolSculpting®, also known as cryolipolysis, is a minimally invasive method for treating local fat pads. It works by cooling fat tissue in a targeted procedure. In this treatment, the therapist uses a special device that cools fat cells to around 4 degrees Celsius.

What areas of the body can CoolSculpting® treat?

Cryolipolysis is primarily suitable for any part of the body to which the treatment device can be properly applied. At Central Aesthetics, we particularly use CoolSculpting® to treat the hips, stomach, upper arms, neck and chin, as well as the inside of the thighs.

However, the procedure is less suitable for use in regions where the tissue is very flat and firm.

Can cryolipolysis help to treat cellulite?

To treat cellulite, Cryolipolysis is suitable only to a limited extend. Cellulite forms as a result of connective tissue fibres which run between cells and therefore cause contractions in the skin. Aesthetic medicine has a range of effective therapies which can be used to combat the problem. Of course, we would be happy to advise you personally.

Do I need to follow a special nutritional diet after CoolSculpting®?

We recommend that our patients consciously monitor their diet after a CoolSculpting® procedure.

How many sessions are required before the effects become visible?

Exactly how many sessions you’ll need depends on your desired outcome. To begin with, we’ll carry out the treatment once. Afterwards, your therapist will work with you to decide on any further treatment sessions.

What are the advantages of cryolipolysis compared to liposuction?

Cryolipolysis is a minimally invasive fat reduction method which requires neither surgery nor anaesthetic. As a result, there is no risk of infection or other surgical risks which apply to classic liposuction. What’s more, in contrast to liposuction, we don’t make any incisions in the skin or remove fat tissue with cannulas.

You only need to schedule a short rest period at the most after CoolSculpting®, and can go about your social obligations as normal straight away.

Contact us

Here at Central Aesthetics, we use cryolipolysis as a gentle way to treat stubborn fat deposits without any scarring and with practically no resting period required. We’d be happy to discuss CoolSculpting® with you in detail in a one-to-one consultation. You can contact us via our contact form or by telephone at +49 (0)69 902 871 13. We look forward to hearing from you!

Our Practice



Mainzer Landstraße 65
60329 Frankfurt am Main
Phone 069 902 871 13


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