Emface & Emsculpt Neo
There is no question that muscle tone and strength effects both how we look and feel. What if technology could help you “cheat” your way to even better results in record time? Sounds too good to be true? It’s not!
The Science of Emsculpt
High Intensity Focused Electro Magnetic Energy (HIFEM) was introduced in 2018 after years of research. This energy stimulates the nerves that stimulate muscles, making them contract with a speed and intensity that is not achievable naturally, called supramaximal contractions. This causes the muscle to quickly adapt and remodel, building muscle and even reducing fat in the treatment area. 20,000 muscle contractions could be delivered in just one 30 minute treatment cycle.
The next generation to receive FDA clearance, the Emsculpt Neo, included a second type of energy called Radiofrequency (RF) which warms up the muscles and surrounding tissue, in addition to even more contractions per treatment, and delivers even more dramatic results. When fat cells get to a certain temperature they undergo a form a cell death called apoptosis, so while building muscle there is also a reduction of not only subcutaneous (superficial fat), studies have shown a reduction in visceral fat (intra-abdominal fat), which is not accessible with plastic surgery procedures.
A similar concept of toning muscles was then taken to the face. High Intensity Facial Electrical Stimulation (HIFES) is applied to the delicate muscles in the upper face and forehead that provide lift, improving their strength and resting tone. Radiofrequency (RF) has long been a workhorse to combat the visible signs of aging, and the combination of both forms of energy has had remarkable results on the muscle, supporting deep connective tissue, and even improvements in the skin.
A series of 4 treatments every 1-2 weeks is recommended as a starting point for both the Emsculpt Neo and Emface. Maintenance treatments are also recommended every 3-6 months based on individual preferences and needs.
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