EMSculpt produces an average 19% reduction in fat stores after 2 to 4 weeks after treatment, that is, slightly less than CoolSculpting. But it excels when it comes to building muscle. Patients achieve an average 16% increase in muscle mass in their target treatment zones. It's important to note that Emsculpt NEO and Coolsculpting are superior in different ways when comparing the two procedures.
Coolsculpting can attack blows ranging from the double chin to the fat pockets above the knee with precise temperature control. The abdomen and buttocks are the only parts of the body that can be treated with Emsculpt NEO. On the other hand, EMSculptNeo compensates for its lack of adaptability with innovative technology. Compared to Emsculpt NEO, Coolsculpting lacks the ability to strengthen, tighten, and build muscle to sculpt the body.
The results of these 2 treatments are quite different and difficult to compare. For those looking for a more shredded or ripped look (and who are already quite thin), EmSculpt is the clear winner. For those looking to eliminate “pinchable” fat rolls, CoolSculpting is the clear winner. But most patients are somewhere in between these two extremes, and that's where a doctor's analysis of underlying problems (skin, fat, or muscle) will help you determine the best option.
Emsculpt Neo works quite differently, not only reducing fat, but also increasing muscle mass at the same time. To reduce fat, Emsculpt Neo uses warm radiofrequency energy to cause fat cell apoptosis (cell death). So instead of freezing fat, Emsculpt heats fat cells to 42 degrees Celsius, causing fat cells to die. As with Coolsculpting, dead fat cells are removed from the body through the lymphatic system.
EMSCULPT NEO is a non-invasive, FDA-approved body contouring treatment that targets and burns fat cells while building muscle mass. Because Emsculpt and CoolSculpting excel in their own important area of body contouring, many patients, looking for a complete transformation of their appearance, combine Emsculpt with CoolSculpting. CoolSculpting and Emsculpt Neo can provide truly acceptable results in very obese patients, however, multiple treatments are required. However, while Emsculpt NEO may seem to mimic the benefits of exercise and perhaps help you “lose weight,” the thickening and strengthening of muscles it creates can make your garments significantly tighter.
The combined powers of HIFEM and RF energy in the EMSCULPT NEO provide greater blood supply to muscles, causing them to contract more quickly and develop muscle cells at a faster rate. Emsculpt Neo uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic technology (HIFEM) and radiofrequency energy to induce involuntary supramaximal muscle contractions in the treatment area and destroy fat cells. But the real magic happens when you approach both at the same time, which is exactly what's possible when you combine CoolSculpting with EMSCULPT NEO. One of the benefits of CoolSculpting and EMSCULPT NEO is that their results take a few weeks to fully develop.
In fact, many doctors recommend first using Coolsculpting and then Emsculpt NEO as a follow-up treatment to achieve better results. If you want to see greater muscle strength and definition in your abs, thighs, buttocks, arms or legs, and lose fat, Emsculpt Neo may be the best option. Because Emsculpt Neo uses electromagnetic energy, it cannot be used in patients with metal or electronic implants, such as an artificial joint in the area or a pacemaker. If you want to reduce fat, CoolSculpting performs this task well, especially in small areas where Emsculpt Neo cannot be used, such as fat in the bra and under the chin.
Emsculpt NEO is supposed to provide considerable improvement in muscle tone four weeks after the final treatment, comparable to what you can expect after several months of exercise. Emsculpt Neo is the only device that can decrease visceral fat (the fat behind the abdominal muscles). . .