What is CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting® freezes fat cells for up to 25% of your treatment area. Unlike traditional diet and exercise, it’s quick, non-invasive, and you can see results in as little as one appointment. If you’re looking for the #1 CoolSculpting Provider in the San Francisco Bay Area, you’ve come to the right place!
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Ranked #1 CoolSculpting
Provider in Lafayette.

We do things a little different at Sculptology because you’re different! Your goals and your journey are customized specifically to YOU! We always start with a consultation and from there, we let science go to work!

Best CoolSculpting Spa in Lafayette

CoolSculpting® Elite is non-invasive, permanent, fat reduction. This treatment is non-surgical/invasive and requires no down time. CoolSculpting is FDA-cleared to treat nine areas of the body. The nine areas are the chin, arms, abdomen, flanks, bra fat, inner thigh, outer thighs, distal thigh, and banana roll or the area underneath the butt. CoolSculpting specifically targets subcutaneous fat, which is the pinch-able fat beneath the skin. This fat is considered to be very stubborn, unaffected by all the diet and exercise in the world.
Is CoolSculpting® Elite Safe?
CoolSculpting® Elite is FDA- cleared to target, freeze, and eliminate treated fat cells in 9 different areas using a fat-freezing technology known as Cryolipolysis. This non-invasive process naturally eliminates up to 20-25% of treated fat cells over a 1-3 month period and is a safer option to eliminating stubborn fat then most other methods. Like any treatment, there are side effects. You can learn more in our FAQ section.

What to expect?

What to Expect During & After Your CoolSculpting Treatment.
Get Prepped and Chill!

How it Works

With CoolSculpting® Elite, we can pinpoint the exact trouble spots where you’d like to reduce fat and concentrate the reduction to just those areas. We always ensure that body symmetry, even reduction, and complete coverage are achieved with each customized treatment plan. 

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Many of us have stubborn fat despite diet and exercise
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CoolSculpting® effectively target fat cells underneath the skin without damage to the skin or surrounding tissues. treated fat cells are frozen and then die.
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In the weeks to follow, the body naturally processes and eliminates these dead fat cells. Treated fat cells are gone for good!*

It’s Science

 

CoolSculpting® Elite literally freezes and kills fat cells. Experts spent years developing and refining the process, which they call cryolipolysis. By freezing fat cells (which do not like the cold), they die off and are excreted out of the body through our natural body system (lymphatic). The behavior of these fat cells is critical to why CoolSculpting works. A person has a consistent number of fat cells throughout their lifetime. Fat cells do not regenerate once they die, making CoolSculpting a form of permanent fat reduction. Patients may see results 9-12 weeks after treatment. Each CoolSculpting treatment can reduce an area by 20-25% over this 2-3-month period.

Losing Weight & Eliminating Fat are 2 different things

Weight loss and CoolSculpting are not one in the same! There is a huge difference between losing weight and losing inches. Our goal for CoolSculpting is to change the shape and contours of your body.
Fat vs Stubborn Fat

You have a certain number of fat cells and they expand or shrink as you gain and lose weight through your diet and exercise routine. The number of fat cells varies from person to person, but post adolescence, you do not continue to make new ones. You may have stubborn pockets of fat that are more difficult to reduce, despite a healthy diet and regular exercise. This is where CoolSculpting comes in.

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Our Lafayette CA Location


About Lafayette

Lafayette (formerly La Fayette) is a city in Contra Costa County, California, United States. As of 2020, the city’s population was 25,391. It was named after the Marquis de Lafayette, a French military officer of the American Revolutionary War.

Things to Do and See In Lafayette

  • Lafayette Library and Learning Center (near Mount Diablo Boulevard and 1st Street): The Lafayette Library and Learning Center (LLLC) is a library and learning center in Lafayette, California that opened in 2009. The Lafayette Library and Learning Center is also home to the Glenn Seaborg Learning Consortium, a partnership with the region’s leading arts, culture, and educational (…).
  • Lafayette (BART station) (near CA 24 and Happy Valley Road): Lafayette is a Bay Area Rapid Transit station in Lafayette, California. The station consists of one island platform in the center median of State Route 24. Service at this station began on May 21, 1973. In 2011 BART was reported to have spent $2 million on a wheelchair ramp at this station that (…).
  • Lafayette hillside memorial (near Deer Hill Road and North Thompson Road): The Crosses of Lafayette is a collection of crosses, accompanied by a large sign, in Lafayette, California. The crosses are intended to serve as a memorial for soldiers killed in the Iraq War and Afghanistan War, with the sign containing a running total of the death count as recorded by the US (…).
  • Rancho Acalanes (near Oak Hill Road and North Thompson Road): Rancho Acalanes was a Mexican land grant in present-day Contra Costa County, California given in 1834 by Governor José Figueroa to Candelario Valencia.Ogden Hoffman, 1862, Reports of Land Cases Determined in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, Numa Hubert, San (…).
  • Lafayette Reservoir (near Sundale Road and Highlands Road): The Lafayette Reservoir is an open cut terminal water storage reservoir owned and operated by the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD). It is located off of California State Route 24 and a mile from the Lafayette BART station, in Contra Costa County, California (…).
  • Campolindo High School (near Campolindo Drive and Moraga Road): Campolindo High School is a public high school located in Moraga, California, and is in the Acalanes Union High School District. Campolindo offers an advanced education system with particular emphasis on its participation in the Advanced Placement (AP) Program (…).
  • St. Anselm’s Church (Lafayette, California) (near Michael Lane and Glenside Drive): St. Anselm’s Church in Lafayette, California is an Episcopal church noted for its architecture. In 1959, the Episcopal bishop of California, James Pike, hired Olav Hammarstrom to design St. Anselm’s. Hammarstrom was a Finnish architect who worked with Alvar Aalto and later with Eero Saarinen and The (…).
  • Acalanes High School (near Pleasant Hill Road and Park Lane): Acalanes High School is a public secondary school located in Lafayette, California in the San Francisco Bay Area, within Contra Costa County. Acalanes High School was the first of what are now four high schools established in the Acalanes Union High School District (…).
  • Orion Academy (California) (near Park Street and Rheem Boulevard): Orion Academy is a private high school in Moraga, California for students challenged by Asperger’s syndrome, nonverbal learning disorder (NLD), and other neurocognitive disabilities. It offers a special education college preparatory program for grades 9-12 (…).
  • KKDV (near Dunsyre Drive and Camino Diablo): KKDV is an Adult Contemporary radio station located in Walnut Creek, California, broadcasting at 92.1 MHz. With the call letters KKDV (Diablo Valley), it broadcasts under the slogan “Diablo Valley’s Hometown Station (…).
  • Lafayette Morehouse (near Purson Lane and Selby Lane): Lafayette Morehouse, previously known as More University, is an intentional community, or commune, established in 1968 in Lafayette, California. The community is known by residents in the area as “the purple people”, a nickname derived from the community’s characteristic use of the color purple on (…).
  • Leuschner Observatory (near Russel Peak Trail and ): Leuschner Observatory, originally called the Students’ Observatory, is an observatory jointly operated by the University of California, Berkeley and San Francisco State University. The observatory was built in 1886 on the Berkeley campus (…).
  • Louis Guisto Field (near De La Salle Drive and Saint Mary’s Parkway): Louis Guisto Field is a baseball venue in Moraga, California, USA. It is home to the Saint Mary’s Gaels baseball team of the NCAA Division I West Coast Conference. Opened in 2012, the venue replaced the old Louis Guisto Field (the location of which was behind the third base line of the new facility) (…).
  • Walnut Creek (BART station) (near Ygnacio Valley Road and Oakland Boulevard): Walnut Creek is an elevated BART station in Walnut Creek, California, on the Pittsburg/Bay Point – SFO/Millbrae line of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system. (…).
  • Louis Guisto Field (1928) (near De La Salle Drive and Alemany Drive): Louis Guisto Field is a baseball venue in Moraga, California, USA. It was home to the Saint Mary’s Gaels college baseball team of the NCAA Division I West Coast Conference from 1928 to 2011. Named for former Gaels baseball player and coach Louis Guisto, the field has a capacity of 1,000 spectators (…).

Nearby Towns and Suburbs

  • Saranap is 2 miles to the east.
  • Walnut Creek is 3 miles to the north-east.
  • Orinda is 3 miles to the west.
  • Moraga is 3 miles to the south.
  • Contra Costa Centre is 4 miles to the north-east.
  • Waldon is 4 miles to the north-east.
  • Alamo is 5 miles to the south-east.
  • Pleasant Hill is 5 miles to the north-east.
  • Piedmont is 7 miles to the south-west.
  • Danville is 7 miles to the south-east.
  • Concord is 7 miles to the north-east.
  • Berkeley is 8 miles to the west.
  • Kensington is 9 miles to the west.
  • Martinez is 9 miles to the north.
  • Albany is 9 miles to the west.
  • Emeryville is 9 miles to the west.
  • Oakland is 10 miles to the south-west.
  • Clayton is 10 miles to the east.

Get Prepped And Chilled!

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Get Prepped

First we will apply a clear gel pad to create a barrier between the cooling panel and your skin. Depending on your treatment plan, CoolSculpting® Elite’s dual applicators allow you to treat 2 areas at once.

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Start Your Treatment

You’ll feel a slight sucking sensation as the applicator adheres to your body. During the procedure you may experience sensations of pulling, tugging, and mild pinching, intense cold, tingling, stinging, aching, and cramping at the treatment site. These sensations subside as the area becomes numb.

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Chill

We provide all the essential comforts of home food, Netflix, and WiFi! After the applicator is detached, we will do a brief massage on the area(s) to break up the treated fat cells and enhance the fat reduction. That’s it!

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Schedule Follow-Up Appointments

Before you check out, we’ll schedule your mid-point follow up and final reveal. During these appointments, we’ll be taking photos and tracking your progress!

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Welcome To Sculptology Life!

You will receive weekly emails from us with tips and tricks to help maximize your results. You can reach out to us anytime!

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Bye Bye Fat!

You may need more than one treatment to reach your desired results. It is important to note that every body is different and how your body metabolizes will determine when you’ll start seeing changes. Be patient!

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