Emsculpt is a non-invasive body contouring treatment that uses HIFEM technology to stimulate muscle contractions. During an Emsculpt session, a device is placed on the treatment area and delivers high-intensity electromagnetic pulses that cause the muscles to contract. This helps to tone and strengthen the muscles, resulting in a more sculpted appearance. The treatment is typically done in a series of four 30-minute sessions, spaced out over a two-week period.
Emsculpt NEO is an advanced version of Emsculpt that combines HIFEM technology with radiofrequency (RF) energy. During an Emsculpt NEO session, the device delivers both HIFEM and RF energy to the treatment area. The HIFEM energy causes the muscles to contract, while the RF energy helps to break down fat cells and reduce fat in the area. The treatment is typically done in a series of four 45-minute sessions, spaced out over a two-week period.
The main difference between Emsculpt and Emsculpt NEO is that Emsculpt NEO combines HIFEM technology with RF energy. While both treatments help to tone and strengthen the muscles, Emsculpt NEO also helps to reduce fat in the treatment area. Additionally, Emsculpt NEO sessions are longer than Emsculpt sessions, as they involve both HIFEM and RF energy.
Both treatments are safe and effective for toning and strengthening the body. However, it is important to consult with a qualified medical professional before undergoing either treatment to ensure it is right for you.