I went through a major weight gain of 70 lbs a couple of years ago. I lost all of the weight through diet and exercise (weight lifting and cardio). I continue to eat a low calorie diet and exercise 3-4 days a week, with one day per week with a trainer. However, I have a double chin that will not disappear with weight loss. It makes me look heavy when I am actually thin. I avoid letting people take photos of me now. I decided to find a procedure to get rid of it that will work for me. I went to a cosmetic clinic this week and I met with a consultant to ask about Kybella injections. They advised me to go with cool sculpting mini and said I would only need one treatment. I've done reading online about cool sculpting the double chin and it looks like some people got results but I am still skeptical? The cost is affordable and the ability to go back to work with no down time is appealing. I wonder if I should meet with an actual cosmetic Doctor now for a second opinion rather than a consultant and ask about chin/neck liposuction? I know lipo will cost more and I would have to use my vacation time for recovery rather than going on a trip I planned to go on. So it would be a real inconvenience. I want reliable results though, especially for the high cost cool sculpting and lipo have.