Taking picture-perfect selfies and looking fantastic in person is a top priority for many individuals. If you have stubborn fat that won’t disappear with regular exercise and a healthy diet, you need to consider CoolSculpting or Emsculpt to help achieve your desired look. Learn more about each procedure, how it works, benefits risks, and cost. Which one is best for you CoolSculpting or Emsculpt?
Chances are you can pinpoint your trouble areas where fat tends to build up and become highly difficult to lose. These stubborn pockets of fat usually don’t disappear with regular exercise and a healthy diet. The reason is often heredity since the number of fat cells is set during the beginning stages of life and hardly varies in adulthood. It’s likely that family members also store fat in the same areas of the body.
The CoolSculpting procedure uses innovative technology to freeze fat in trouble spots. Research has revealed fat cells freeze at a specific temperature. CoolSculpting uses the exact temperature that safely freezes fat cells which allows your body to naturally eliminate the dead cells. The elimination process happens between one to three months and produces results of 20% to 25% fat reduction in the location where treatment is received.
CoolSculpting is an FDA-cleared treatment that is approved to be used in areas of the body such as under the chin, jawline, flank, abdomen, thighs, upper arm, back and buttocks.
The following are temporary side effects experienced with CoolSculpting:
The cost of the CoolSculpting procedure is based on the area receiving treatment. Generally, the smaller the area the lower the cost for the procedure. However, there are other factors involved such as if multiple areas need to be treated to help create an overall natural look. The average cost for CoolSculpting ranges between $2,000 and $4,000.
The Emsculpt body contouring device is the first FDA-cleared energy device approved to build muscle and burn fat. It is best known for its ability to contract muscle beyond what physical training can do at a gym. Emsculpt improves muscle tone, enhances fat metabolism and produces sculpted and defined muscles after about four treatments.
Common areas Emsculpt is used are:
The price ranges between $750 and $1,000 depending on the area of the body you are treating and the number of sessions needed to achieve the desired look. Generally, most consumers need four treatment sessions which can cost a total of $3,000 to $4,000.
Both treatments are non-invasive and have no recovery time. There are small temporary side effects with both treatments. The main difference between the two treatments is that CoolSculpting freezes fat cells and the body naturally disposes of them over a period of time and Emsculpt uses technology to build and tone muscle.
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