How One Woman Got Toned From Head-to-Toe in Less Than an Hour

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Caitlin Mitchell

Achieving a toned physique isn’t easy. Many of us have spent hours in the gym trying to achieve a more defined look, only to have our results fall short of our ideal outcome. Luckily, the development of in-office body-sculpting treatments has made it easier than ever to get a more sculpted body—all without having to double down on your workouts. 

As someone looking to visibly tone her physique quickly, influencer Bianca Jade decided to give Emsculpt NEO a try. She opted for the treatment—which is a noninvasive procedure that uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology paired with radiofrequency (RF) energy to strengthen muscles and kill fat cells—to specifically target her glutes. Emsculpt NEO claims to deliver visible results in just a few 30-minute sessions, and studies have shown that this treatment can produce up to 24,000 muscle contractions in a single treatment, with an average increase of 25 percent in muscle mass and a 30 percent decrease in fat occurring after a full series of treatments.

Before Emsculpt NEO (left); After Emsculpt NEO (right)

But that’s not all Jade was looking to treat. She explains that her second area of concern was her face, where she wanted a more lifted look—this is where Emface came in. From the same parent company as Emsculpt, Emface is a facial rejuvenation procedure that simultaneously treats the facial muscles and skin to lift and sculpt the contours of the face. “It feels like a futuristic face massage,” says Jade.

According to Jade, this 20-minute treatment gives a more natural, lifted look to her face (she’s been skipping Botox and filler for months because of it), and the two treatments combined is “one of the easiest treatments” she’s ever done on her face and body “because they’re noninvasive and take less than an hour.” 

Before Emface (left); After Emface (right)

Unsurprisingly, experts agree it’s a good idea to combine Emsculpt NEO with Emface for a “total tone up” of both the face and body. “For many years now, patients have loved the muscle building they have achieved with the original Emsculpt device, and now the newer Emsculpt NEO,” explains New York City dermatologist Arash Akhavan, MD. “With the arrival of Emface, patients are becoming more aware of the benefits of increased muscle tone in the face. Improved muscle tone is healthy and youthful, whether on the face or on the body.” 

Dr. Akhavan confirms that patients come from a very broad demographic, and both the Emsculpt NEO and Emface procedures are extremely popular with women and men of all ages. “Both procedures are also attractive to patients who desire aesthetic procedures that are comfortable, have no downtime, and yield natural results,” he adds.

While Jade decided to target her glutes and face with these treatments, it’s important to note that Emsculpt NEO isn’t only for the buttocks. In fact, you can use it on the abs, thighs, calves and arms, too. So, for those looking for a “total tone up,” you can book Emsculpt NEO on multiple areas of the body and pair it with Emface for a full head-to-toe muscle building experience. 

Ultimately, using these treatments together is a great option for anyone who is looking to visibly tone specific areas of their body, and it perfectly complements exercise and a healthy-eating routine. As with any procedure, consult with your doctor to make sure Emsculpt NEO and Emface are ideal options for you.

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