Wish You Had More Muscle & Less Fat? Meet EMSCULPT

Muscular man in tank top and shorts tying shoesTrading in your dad bod for a beach bod is hard work. And sometimes, even after you’ve put in a whole lot of sweat equity, you’re still not satisfied with the result. That’s where EMSCULPT® comes in. This novel approach to body contouring doesn’t just zap away fat — it also helps you build muscle.

So what is EMSCULPT and how does it work? This quick guide will take you through everything you need to know.

What Is EMSCULPT?

EMSCULPT is a nonsurgical device that uses non-invasive high-Intensity focused electromagnetic field technology to stimulate muscle contractions. But these aren’t just any muscle contractions. These are called supramaximal contractions, and there’s no way to replicate them through exercise. The result is stimulated muscle growth and safe and effective fat cell removal.

Essentially, EMSCULPT is the equivalent of doing 20,000 crunches in 30 minutes.

Is EMSCULPT Right for Me?

If you’re close to your target weight but don’t quite see the muscle definition you’d like, you could be the perfect candidate for EMSCULPT. Since it’s nonsurgical, you won’t have to worry about taking time off work or away from your family while you recover.

But if you’re also struggling with skin laxity, a tummy tuck might be your best option.

What Results Can I Expect?

After one 30-minute EMSCULPT treatment, you should see a noticeable improvement in your figure. You may see even more complete results after a series of around four sessions, but this can vary from person to person. Around 2 to 4 weeks after your final treatment, you should be able to enjoy your full results, no downtime or sweating necessary.

 

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What is EMSCULPT? Eugene board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Lee B. Daniel explains what this amazing new body contouring technology is and how it works.
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