In today’s fast-paced world, non-invasive cosmetic treatments like EMSCULPT NEO® have emerged as popular tools to help men and women achieve their cosmetic goals without the downtime associated with surgery.
One of the most common questions we hear from those considering EMSCULPT NEO is, “How much weight will I lose?” In this quick guide, we explain how to best measure your EMSCULPT NEO results and how to see if this popular body-sculpting treatment could be right for you.
Fat Reduction vs. Weight Loss
In clinical trials, EMSCULPT NEO has been shown to reduce fat by up to around 20% and build up to 25% more muscle mass in the treated areas. This more accurately translates to a loss in inches around your waist (or other target area) rather than pounds lost. This is because you are building muscle while reducing fat at the same time. Thus, it is better to think of EMSCULPT NEO as a body-sculpting tool rather than a weight loss tool.
If you are mainly focused on weight loss, there are many ways to achieve that goal without a cosmetic procedure. EMSCULPT NEO, like CoolSculpting and even surgical options like liposuction, is all about improving your shape, not specifically about seeing a lower number on the scale.
Which Areas of the Body Can EMSCULPT NEO Treat?
EMSCULPT NEO has three available applicators: a large applicator, small applicator and edge applicator for hard-to-reach areas like the flanks. Thanks to these advanced applicators, EMSCULPT NEO can burn fat and build muscle in a number of areas, including your:
How EMSCULPT NEO Can Work For You
If you want an extra boost of muscle building and fat reduction to complement your results in the gym, EMSCULPT NEO could be the non-invasive you’re looking for. It works well for the most diehard gym rat as well as more casual fitness enthusiasts who want to see better muscle tone and definition.
To learn more about how EMSCULPT NEO could help you achieve your fitness goals and to see if you could be a good candidate for this popular cosmetic treatment, call our Plymouth office today at 612-213-1111 or contact us online to schedule your consultation.