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Emsculpt NEO


Emsculpt NEO


EmSculpt Neo vs CoolSculpting:
The best body contouring treatment

The idea of transitioning from being overweight and unfit to slim and healthy might appear far-fetched in our era of instant satisfaction. Nonetheless, there are numerous paths to achieving this goal, whether it’s through gym attendance, following influencers on platforms like YouTube or Instagram, or taking advantage of nearby hiking opportunities. While all these options are effective for improving fitness, they require a significant time commitment. Balancing daily responsibilities such as school, work, and social engagements can make squeezing in another activity feel like a daunting task. Furthermore, even with a nutritious diet and regular exercise, eliminating stubborn fat or enhancing muscle tone can be challenging.

Fortunately, there are medical devices available that offer quicker and more effective solutions for fat reduction and muscle toning. CoolSculpting and EmSculpt Neo stand out as the top non-surgical technologies, both approved by the FDA as alternatives to liposuction. However, EmSculpt Neo, being a newer innovation, delivers more comprehensive and proven results compared to CoolSculpting. Let’s delve deeper into their similarities, differences, and why one surpasses the other.

NONE - Possible bruising
4 - One Week Apart
4 - One Month Apart
Possible Contour Deformity
Possible Adipose Hyperplasia
Posible Paresthesia
2-4 weeks after last session
Best results after 3 months
3-4 months after last session
As much as 6 months for some
right diet and exercise
right diet and exercise

The similarities between EmSculpt Neo and CoolSculpting:

Both CoolSculpting and EmSculpt Neo are non-invasive procedures for reducing fat, requiring minimal downtime (typically limited to minor soreness) and boasting short treatment durations. Patients can promptly return to their daily routines following the procedure. Ensuring safety remains paramount, both treatments have obtained FDA approval. CoolSculpting has been accessible for over five years, whereas EmSculpt Neo underwent rigorous safety validation in seven clinical trials spanning two years before its public release in 2018.

The differences between EmSculpt Neo and CoolSculpting:


CoolSculpting: CoolSculpting operates by subjecting fat cells to extremely low temperatures, causing them to crystallize and ultimately break down in a process known as cryolipolysis, or fat freezing. During treatment, subcutaneous fat tissues undergo crystallization before the body naturally eliminates the fragmented cells over time. The CoolSculpting device employs cooling cups to precisely cool the skin, effectively and permanently eliminating fat tissues without harming surrounding muscles and nerves.

EmSculpt Neo: EmSculpt Neo utilizes HIFEM energy (high intensity focused electromagnetic energy) to penetrate muscle mass and trigger muscle growth. This technology induces supramaximal muscle contractions, surpassing the intensity of a typical gym session. These contractions stimulate rapid metabolic reactions within fat cells, simultaneously strengthening muscles and burning fats without causing harm to surrounding tissues. Each 30-minute session is equivalent to 20,000 manual crunches or squats. Consequently, muscles undergo remodeling and reinforcement, leading to increased muscle mass and fat loss concurrently.


CoolSculpting harnesses the body’s natural metabolic processes to metabolize and eliminate damaged fat cells, resulting in permanent fat loss. Although it may take several weeks for the full effects to become apparent, most patients observe improvements within a few weeks. Consistent maintenance of a healthy lifestyle, including balanced nutrition and regular exercise, is crucial for sustaining results. It’s important to note that while fat cells are permanently lost through CoolSculpting, remaining fat cells can still expand and contract in response to overall weight fluctuations. Thus, achieving maximum results may require prior weight loss efforts.

EmSculpt Neo is reported to significantly enhance muscle tone within four weeks after the final treatment, akin to the results achieved after several months of exercise. Studies have shown that EmSculpt can reduce fat by an average of 30% after three months of treatment, with patients experiencing an average increase of 25% in muscle mass in targeted treatment areas. Many individuals notice a firmer, more sculpted physique approximately four weeks after completing their final treatment session.


CoolSculpting: The standard duration of a CoolSculpting session ranges from 35 to 60 minutes. Typically, two treatment sessions suffice. However, for individuals targeting multiple areas, we may suggest up to six treatments spaced one month apart to achieve optimal results.

EmSculpt Neo: EmSculpt sessions typically last around 30 minutes each. To attain the best outcomes, patients generally undergo four sessions, spaced 5-10 days apart.

The takeaway – EmSculpt Neo vs CoolSculpting

The advancements in fat loss over the past decade are undeniably remarkable. The decision at hand involves choosing between a treatment that solely targets fat pockets or one that simultaneously reduces fat and tones muscles with quicker outcomes. The answer is clear: EmSculpt Neo stands out as the superior choice. Opting for EmSculpt Neo ensures efficient fat destruction and muscle toning in as few as four sessions. Achieving comparable results would require 12-16 weeks of gym time, totaling approximately two hours of treatment time. Who wouldn’t want to feel like a champion? EmSculpt Neo offers the winning solution, transforming you into a winner with its innovative body contouring treatment.

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