LONDON (PRWEB) June 09, 2020
Surgical body treatments have been around for many years but latest advancements in body sculpting technology allows many clients to get that beach body in easier steps with new technology like EmSculpt and CoolSculpt. Pulse Light Clinic explain the treatments in further details.
How does EMSCULPT work?
The EMSCULPT machine uses a unique electromagnetic field that passes through the skin to impact muscle tissue as well as destroying fat all in the same session at the same time! EMSCULPT causes 20,000 muscle contractions in 30 minutes, this targets fat loss to the area of the muscle.
Pros of EMSCULPT
Results can be felt instantly
16% increase in muscle mass and a 20% reduction in fat 2 months
20,000 situps in 30 minutes
First FDA approved device to burn fat and build muscle
Cons of EMSCULPT
The results last from 18 months
Not suitable for those with more than 1 inch body fat
Targets muscle cells not fat cells
Only suitable for arms, thighs, abs and buttocks
Costs: £3000 for 4 treatments
How does CoolSculpt work?
The CoolSculpting hand-piece is placed over the area of the unwanted fat area to be treated and left for 35 minutes. During this time, you can rest, read, check your emails or even nap! While you relax the fat is being frozen, causing the fat cells to die and the body’s natural processes then flush out these dead cells, removing them from the area and eventually the entire body.
Pros of CoolSculpting
Treatment time is only 45 minutes
Removes unwanted fat cells and stubborn fat
Great for targeted fat reduction
Cons of CoolSculpting
Remaining fat cells can still enlarge if weight is put on in the future and can therefore affect results, but typically if you regain the same weight and BMI (Body Mass Index) as treated your results will be visible.
Results seen from 6 weeks - 12 weeks
side effects include redness, swelling, blanching, bruising, firmness, tingling, tenderness, cramping, aching, itching, skin sensitivity and numbness
Costs: Dependant on area and number of applicators (usually minimum of two required), a small applicator starts from £400.