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2 Body Contouring Treatments to Be Super Thankful For

With the holiday season upon us once again and you’re busy shopping, cleaning and cooking, you might think that there’s no time to spend on yourself. Well, think again! There are two nonsurgical body contouring treatments that can help you look and feel your holiday best without extensive downtime.

See the benefits of EMSCULPT® and CoolSculpting® for yourself to decide which one could be right for you.


An innovative body contouring treatment aimed at helping you burn fat and build muscle at the same time, EMSCULPT uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM®) technology to deliver 20,000 muscle contractions per 30-minute session. This level of muscle building is not possible with exercise alone, making EMSCULPT an effective addition to your workout routine.

While EMSCULPT is most popular to tone and tighten the abs, it can also be used on the buttocks as a nonsurgical butt lift.


CoolSculpting can be used to treat a variety of trouble spots, including the hips, waist, stomach, upper arms, thighs and chin.

Similar to EMSCULPT, CoolSculpting burns away stubborn, exercise-resistant fat by using a controlled cooling process called cryolipolysis. Expect to see your results develop gradually over the next weeks and months.

It is worth noting that for both EMSCULPT and CoolSculpting, you will see the best results if you come as close as you can to your target weight before starting your nonsurgical body contouring treatment.

For more information about EMSCULPT or CoolSculpting or to schedule a consultation, contact us online or call our Plymouth office at 612-268-6997

2 Body Contouring Treatments to Be Super Thankful For
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2 Body Contouring Treatments to Be Super Thankful For
What are the benefits of EMSCULPT and CoolSculpting? The body contouring experts at SpaVie in Plymouth, Minnesota compare the two and explain the benefits.
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