Mommy Makeover With CoolSculpting Procedure

Abdominal CoolSculpting Portland, Oregon | Bridgetown Aesthetics

Treating yourself with a mommy makeover is much needed, especially if your goal is to get your body back, the body that you had before getting pregnant, and giving birth to your beautiful angel. There are coolsculpting services in San Antonio, TX that are included in your all-out mommy makeover, here are some things you need to know when you have your mommy makeover with CoolSculpting Procedure.

How many inches can you lose from CoolSculpting?

At most, you would be able to notice that you could lose about half an inch at most if you want to get rid of some of the fat that you don’t want in small areas, but if you are trying to get rid of some fat from a much larger area, then you would notice about two to three-inch difference, especially if you are trying to remove some excess fat from your chest and your stomach.

Does CoolSculpting work for moms?

Yes, CoolSculpting does work for moms, but it would depend on your situation on whether or not it is safe for you to go through the treatment or not. If you have just given birth, the recommended time before you could go through the whole treatment is 6 months since you are going to have to let your body heal naturally before you could go do anything. As for breastfeeding moms, you have to wait 6 months until after you’re done breastfeeding just to be safe.


The whole treatment would have permanent results since, by your mid-20s, your body is going to stop producing fat cells so once they are gone, they won’t come back. It does not mean you would stop maintaining your body. You still have to do cardio, regular exercise, and go on a healthy diet so that you can maintain your figure and reach your goal. CoolSculpting is just a way that you could get some of the stubborn fats that would not come off despite all of the exercise and dieting.

Is CoolSculpting good for postpartum?

You have to wait at least 6 months after you give birth. If you are breastfeeding, then you would have to wait 6 months from breastfeeding before you could go through your treatment. 


But you are going to need to go to a consultation, where they would assess your situation and give a consultation on what you are going to need to do and whether going on with the procedure at that time is safe for you, or if you are going to have to wait. You have to make sure that your body is healed, and the estimated time for full-body recovery is usually 6 months.

How much fat can be removed in a mommy makeover?

You would be able to remove about 20 percent to 25 percent of fat cells in one CoolSculpting session, but if you are targeting a smaller area of your body, then the treatment would be more effective and more powerful. You could expect 8- percent of your fat cells to be removed in small areas like your underarms and the back of your knees, depending on how much fat you have there. 


Your doctor would evaluate and assess the area and tell you an estimated average before the whole procedure, then tell you how much they were able to remove after. If you are not content with how much was removed and you want more, then you could always come back for another session.

Why is coolsculpting so expensive?

The average cost of CoolSculpting treatment could cost you between $2,000 and $4,000 a session, so it would generally depend on how big the treated area is and how much fat cells you want to be removed. CoolSculpting could be quite expensive because it is not a medical procedure, or not considered as one anyway, so it is not likely going to be covered by insurance. The cost would also depend on where you live, who your provider is, and all of the other follow-up appointments that you may need to make sure that it is effective and it aligns with the goals you have for your body.


If you are interested in going through this procedure, you have to talk to your provider and get a consultation. They would tell you what you are going to expect going into this treatment, what you have to do, how much it is going to cost, and how many procedures or treatments you are going to need.