EmSculpt Cost

If you’re one of the people who although workout a lot and have strict exercise and diet regimens still don’t seem to get closer to their desired toned and lean muscle definition, this article might be for you. Are you finding yourself far from that sculpted six-pack regardless of how many sit-ups or squats you do?

It might be time to discover a new body-contouring technique called EmSculpt®. So what exactly is EmSculpt and how much does it cost?

How Much Does EmSculpt Cost?

The average cost of EmSculpt treatments is somewhere around $3,200, according to reviews from patients who have already gone through the process. The price will differ based on factors like whether you need the arms, thighs, buttocks, abdomen, or a combination of them treated, as well as the provider you’re working with.

As a general rule, you can expect a start of about $2,000 to $2,500 for a package of 6 treatments, including 4 treatments in a two-week period followed by 2 maintenance treatments over 6 months.

The number of treatments you need will also affect the final cost of the EmSculpt® treatment. Experts recommend that clients book a number of four treatment sessions that should be split between three to four days and then prepare for a couple of maintenance treatments for the best outcome. Although a minimum of 2 maintenance procedures would suffice, a lot of patients say they like the appearance benefits and strength they get from more than two visits.

You might also like our articles about the cost of AirSculpt, Skinny BBL, or Thigh Lifts.

As soon as you think you’ve reached the results you were aiming for, you can schedule maintenance sessions farther apart, with three to six months between them. These will be intended to keep your muscles fit and toned, although according to newer studies, you will still maintain your initial benefits even without maintenance treatments, at least for the first year.

Emsculpt, as well as EmSculpt NEO, can also be combined with treatments like Coolsculping for even better results, although this will also mean an additional cost to consider.

What is EmSculpt®?

EmSculpt® is known as the only non-invasive body contouring procedure that can not only reduce fat but also build muscle, during the same process.

EmSculpt ProcedureMany patients choose to go on the EmSculpt® route to get a toned look, which is usually hard to attain through your average proactive gym routine.

Many people choose EmSculpt when they want to get a more toned, flatter stomach, as it helps with creating leaner muscles, shortening the path to your dream six-pack. For rounder, lifted buttocks, EmSculpt can also be of great help.

As opposed to other beauty treatments, this one will help patients perform better in their sports activities and workouts and feel stronger, aside from looking a lot better.

Some providers state that their patients only start EmSculpt when they know they will have to experience planned surgery or other types of physical setbacks. You can also use this procedure when you are recuperating from a long illness or injury that made you go out of shape or lose your strength in some areas.

It is also known to reduce the separation between the abdominal muscles post-pregnancy, which is why it is commonly used postpartum, after 3 months of recovery.

Are you a good candidate for EmSculpt?

Great candidates for EmScuplt® should:

  • Not have metal IUDs, rods, or other metal implants in their bodies;
  • Not have pacemakers or other electrical implantable devices;
  • Want to get more defined and stronger more quickly,
  • Not be more than 30 pounds from their ideal weight.

How Does EmSculpt Work?

With the help of a high-intensity focused electromagnetic energy that is patented, this body contouring treatment will stimulate definition and muscle growth.

It will also destroy your fat cells, which is a nice bonus. EmSculpt procedures take roughly 30 minutes and will be used to contract treated muscles up to 20,000 times per minute. This will give a great boost to patients who need to get a better shape.

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