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 areas. Both EmSculpt and CoolSculpting are excellent treatments for reshaping the body.
But each of them excels in different aspects of body contouring. CoolSculpting removes fat and thins areas you may be self-conscious about. EMSculpt builds muscle and tones the body. CoolSculpting uses cold to achieve its result.
Instead, EMSculpt uses electromagnetic energy. CoolSculpting can be used on more parts of the body than EmSculpt. EMSculpt is a treatment you'll want to repeat to maintain results, while CoolSculpting results are permanent if you maintain your weight. CoolSculpting treatments will only reduce fat.
Emsculpt treatments, on the other hand, tone muscles and burn unwanted fat. Emsculpt is the best choice for those who don't have much excess fat in the target area and want more definition. Coolsculpting and Emsculpt are non-invasive body contouring devices. But that's where the resemblance ends.
Coolsculpting uses fat freezing to reduce pockets of unwanted fat. Whereas Emsculpt uses rapid muscle contractions to build or sculpt muscle. So think about defined abs or butt lifts; however, it has some localized fat reduction properties. 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.
One of the best things about EmSculpt is that you can quickly get to the body of your dreams with EmSculpt. Although both Coolsculpting and Emsculpt are body contouring treatments, Coolsculpting focuses on localized fat reduction and Emsculpt focuses on muscle toning, with some fat reduction benefits.