Patients often see signs of improvement after the first treatment, and their full results develop approximately four weeks after the series is completed. Some patients can maintain their long-term results by stepping up their fitness routine and following a careful diet. The results you get from Emsculpt are not technically permanent. But neither are the results you get from exercising regularly.
The reality is that if you want to maintain a toned and fit body, you must live a healthy and active life. Your Emsculpt results will be maintained if you commit to eating well and exercising regularly. Here are some tips to help you maintain those incredible results. Most patients can maintain results with their own workouts and one session every 2-3 months.
EMSCULPT has become an ideal cosmetic option for physically fit women and men who are in general good health and who have a BMI (body mass index) of 30 or less and need additional help sculpting the body. The cutting-edge EMSCULPT technology focuses on causing muscle contractions beyond what is naturally possible with exercise. These supramaximal contractions help tighten muscles and build a more chiseled body structure by eliminating unwanted fat. As muscle tissue undergoes this cellular change, it causes it to strengthen, while excess fat around it is reduced.
However, the muscle mass gained with EMSCULPT treatments is not permanent. On average, patients can enjoy their EMSCULPT results for about six months or more. It is recommended that patients maintain a healthy diet and exercise, along with regular EMSCULPT follow-up sessions every few months. You will feel that the treatment has started working immediately after the session.
The target muscles will feel like they've done an intense workout, but you won't start seeing treatment results until two to six weeks after your first session. You'll likely start to feel happy with the results three months after your first session, but you won't see the final results of treatment until six months after your last session.