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The EMSCULPT procedure is one of the most cutting-edge and innovative body sculpting procedures. It is the only operation that does not need invasive surgery and simultaneously burns fat and builds muscle to produce a more contoured look. It is a novel cosmetic therapy that is a game-changer for body sculpting.

It allows healthy men and women to forego a surgical operation and skip a lengthy healing process.

EMSCULPT may aid individuals who are not just healthy but also looking to shed one or more inches off their waistline.

Some people are not ideal candidates for the EMSCULPT system. People with a lot of body fat distributed evenly throughout their bodies won’t see a significant difference from using EMSCULPT.

How Does it Work?

EMSCULPT is an electromagnetic technology used for body contouring. The gadget can be attached to the target location, including the abdomen and buttocks. The device causes the muscles to contract similarly to when performing squats or crunches.

This movement, referred to as a supramaximal contraction, is repeated up to 20,000 times throughout a 30-minute session. The energy necessary for this causes the body to break down and metabolize the fat in the target area.

Benefits and Expectations

Patients who choose EMSCULPT for their body contouring requirements can anticipate muscle growth and fat removal. The area of interest will remain firm and taut without sagging skin.

After treatment, the muscles will grow and become more noticeable. The procedure can burn approximately one inch of fat from the waist, resulting in a more toned and thin physique.

If you believe EMSCULPT is appropriate, you can consult our professionals as IPAL Clinic. The professional will assess your demands and design your optimal body contouring therapy.

If you wish to lose substantial weight, there may be an alternative treatment that meets your goals better than EMSCULPT. Treatment can commence when we determine that EMSCULPT is appropriate for you and appropriately specify your end objective.