CoolTone FAQ's

How can I benefit from CoolTone?

There are so many ways you can benefit from CoolTone! This innovative treatment can help you tone and strengthen your muscles, lift and tone your buttocks, define your abs and thighs, increase core strength for better posture, and improve your overall appearance, fitness, performance, and confidence.

How does it work?

CoolTone uses magnetic muscle stimulation technology to stimulate muscle contractions and enhance tone and strength. The high-powered magnetic waves bypass your skin and fat to get to the muscles and induce involuntary muscle contractions that strengthen and firms the muscle fibers – providing results beyond what you can achieve through your normal workouts.

Is it safe?

Yes! CoolTone has been cleared by the FDA for toning, firming, and strengthening the muscles on the buttocks, thighs, and abdomen.

What is the difference between CoolTone and CoolSculpting?

The primary difference is that CoolSculpting works to eliminate fat, and CoolTone works to tone and strengthen muscles. Together, these innovative treatments can provide the transformational body contouring results you’ve been striving to achieve.

What areas of my body can I treat?

CoolTone can be used in many areas, including the buttocks, abdomen and thighs.

Will I need multiple treatments?

Yes, for optimal results, most people require about six treatments, within a three-week time frame. After that, maintenance is recommended every three to four months. The number of treatments you need to meet your goals will depend upon your current condition, medical history, and lifestyle. During your consultation, we will work with you to develop a treatment plan to provide you with the results you desire.

Are the treatments painful?

Discomfort from CoolTone is generally minimal. For the first few minutes, patients report feeling warm, intense muscle contractions before the body adapts to the treatment and it’s easily tolerated. Afterward, most report feeling the same kind of muscle soreness they would get from an intense workout.

What should I expect after my treatment?

Following your treatment, you may resume your regular daily activities – no downtime is required. Expect to feel some muscle soreness in the target area, like how you would feel after an intense workout.

Are there any side effects?

Some patients report redness, swelling, tingling, mild muscle soreness and cramping in the targeted area following treatment.

When will I see results?

Results vary from person to person. Some people report seeing noticeable muscle tone and increased ab definition one day after a full treatment cycle. As far as clinical trials go, CoolTone measured a 16% increase in muscle mass and fat reduction two months after the treatment cycle.

Does CoolTone replace exercise?

No. We do not recommend you replace exercise with CoolTone. Regular exercise provides extensive health benefits for your bodily systems, including cardiovascular, dermatologic, endocrine, mental, and many more. CoolTone only helps to enhance the tone and strength of the muscles treated. However, CoolTone can be an excellent adjunct to your working out routine. Many CoolTone patients have reported improvements in their workout performance and stamina after treatment.

How much does it cost?

CoolTone pricing is based on the location and size of the areas you are targeting. The best way to learn about pricing for your procedure is to consult directly with our CoolTone team. During your consultation, we will review all your treatment options and develop a personalized plan that meets all your needs. Only then will be we able to provide an accurate price quote.

How do I know if I’m a candidate?

The best way to learn if you are a candidate for CoolTone is to come in for a consultation. However, if you are in good physical condition with a low body fat percentage and visible muscle movements, you could most likely benefit from CoolTone.

Who is not a good candidate?

People with excess fat or certain health conditions and medical implant devices may not be good candidates. Possible contra-indicators include metal or electronic implants, cardiac pacemakers, implanted defibrillators and neurostimulators, drug pumps, malignant tumors, hemorrhagic conditions, and epilepsy, pregnancy, nursing, menstruation, and recent surgical procedures.