Pulse Light Clinic reveal the celebrity secret for sculpted abs, EmSculpt

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Lucy Dawe explains how EmSculpt is known for its impressive muscle toning and fat burning properties

"The EMSCULPT is a non-surgical procedure to help both women and men build muscle and burn fat. Additionally, the EMSCULPT creates the world’s first non-invasive buttock lifting procedure. The non-invasive procedure generates powerful muscle contractions not achievable through voluntary contractions. When exposed to supramaximal contractions, the muscle tissue is forced to adapt to such extreme condition. It responds with a deep transformation of its inner the structure that results in muscle building and burning fat.

EMSCULPT creates a unique electromagnetic field that penetrates the skin to impact muscle tissue as well as belly fat. The energy induces almost 20,000 supramaximal muscle contractions per session, something that can’t be achieved at the gym. All this happens while you are lying on a bed during treatment.

When will EMSCULPT results start to show?
Depending on the clients body type they may notice an increase in muscle tone one day following treatment. Clients may report results after two to four weeks and continue to see results over the course of 2 months. There is roughly a 16% increase in muscle mass and a 20% reduction in fat. Whilst maintaining a healthy diet and exercise routing post treatment the results can last from 18 months or longer.

Does EmSculpt have any side effects?
Post treatment clients may feel slight soreness to the area treated but this is often described as a similar feeling after an intense workout. EMSCULPT is a non-invasive and non-surgical treatment which requires no downtime or preparation.

What areas can be treated?
EMSCULPT can be carried out to help sculpt arms, define your abdomen, butt lift and tone legs. This treatment cannot be carried out on the face.

How much does it cost?
The prices may vary depending on your body transformation goals but at Pulse Light Clinic each session will cost £750. A recommended course of four treatments is required over a two week period which will bring the total cost of treatment to £3000."

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