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About CoolSculpting

CoolSculpting is a developer of non-invasive procedures for the reduction of unwanted fat tissue through lipolysis. The procedure utilizes a patented method that is designed to kill fat cells near nerves, muscles, and bones, without causing injury to the skin or other tissue that results from liposuction. The treatment is based on the principle that fat cells will undergo programmed cell death, or apoptosis when exposed to certain cool temperatures.

Headquarters Location

4698 Willow Road Suite 100

Pleasanton, California, 94588,

United States


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CoolSculpting Patents

CoolSculpting has filed 70 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Plastic surgery
  • Transcription factors
  • Cooling technology
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Conditions of the subcutaneous fat, Transcription factors, User interfaces, Dermal and subcutaneous growths, Cooling technology


Application Date


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Related Topics

Conditions of the subcutaneous fat, Transcription factors, User interfaces, Dermal and subcutaneous growths, Cooling technology



Latest CoolSculpting News

Jessie Poole Nominated As 2023 National Trainer For CoolSculpting

Mar 1, 2023

Share The founder of Element Body Lab has been nominated to serve for another year as an Allergen Medical Institute Faculty Member, making her a national trainer for CoolSculpting technologies. Dallas, TX - March 1, 2023 — CoolSculpting technologies offer innovative ways to provide cosmetic procedures without the need for surgery. As the technology grows in popularity, trainers are needed to give support and tutorage on the best practices to businesses and new providers. Allergan Medical Institute is in place to ensure that businesses get the right level of training by the leading professionals nationwide. Each year, CoolSculpting technicians are nominated to serve a term as an Allergen Medical Institute Faculty Member, who then offer support and training to the United States. In 2023, Jessie Poole was nominated and agreed to serve as a National Trainer for CoolSculpting, continuing her tenure from last year. It’s rare that individuals are nominated multiple years in a row, but Jessie is “honored to carry on and offer insights and support to fellow providers.” Jessie, along with the rest of the AMI Faculty will train hundreds of CoolSculpting providers across the US, including in her home city - Dallas, Texas. The Founder Of Element Body Lab Jessie Poole is a certified CoolSculpting specialist and the founder of Element Body Lab . She operates a woman-owned and operated business that provides a wide array of CoolSculpting and CoolTone services for clients in Dallas, Texas. In 2022, she received her first nomination to become a National Trainer for CoolSculpting, as she joined Allergen Medical Institute as a Faculty Member. This role meant she spent many months of the year traveling around the country, educating CoolSculpting providers and business owners on how to get the most out of this innovative technology, including how to provide better patient outcomes. This year, she has been nominated for a second term and is now officially continuing as a National Trainer in 2023. She hopes to reach more businesses across the country, sharing her expert knowledge on all things CoolSculpting. Advancing Excellence In Medical Education The title of Allergan Medical Institute Faculty Member is awarded based on a nomination system. Allergan Medical Institute is an organization that’s dedicated to helping customers get the best possible outcomes from aesthetic and cosmetic procedures. It does this by offering a wide range of training programs and educational pathways for clinical providers to embark on. As an Allergen Medical Institute Faculty Member, Jessie has access to all of these incredible resources, allowing her to train others to an equally high standard. She will serve another year as a National Trainer for CoolSculpting before nominations come in again. From Jessie’s perspective, “it’s an honor to be a Faculty Member and I hope to continue serving as a resource and trainer not just this year, but in 2024 and onward. There’s so much I learn from my peers, and I love that we all grow and do better when we invest in continuing training opportunities.” About Jessie Poole Jessie Poole is the founder of Element Body Lab, a cosmetic services business focused on providing expert body contouring services. She has many years of experience delivering CoolSculpting and CoolTone treatments and training other providers across the country. In addition to being a National trainer and CoolSculpting, she’s the owner of the leading business offering CoolSculpting in Dallas. She’s also a wife, a mother, and actively involved in philanthropy in her community as a member of the Junior League of Dallas. For more information on Jessie or her business, visit the website here: . Contact Info:

CoolSculpting Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was CoolSculpting founded?

    CoolSculpting was founded in 2005.

  • Where is CoolSculpting's headquarters?

    CoolSculpting's headquarters is located at 4698 Willow Road, Pleasanton.

  • What is CoolSculpting's latest funding round?

    CoolSculpting's latest funding round is Acq - P2P.

  • How much did CoolSculpting raise?

    CoolSculpting raised a total of $93.8M.

  • Who are the investors of CoolSculpting?

    Investors of CoolSculpting include Allergan, Advanced Technology Ventures, Frazier Healthcare Partners, Venrock, Aisling Capital and 3 more.

  • Who are CoolSculpting's competitors?

    Competitors of CoolSculpting include OrthAlign, Cagenix, Triangle Biosystems, InaVein, BeneChill and 11 more.

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