Emsculpt Neo and Coolsculpting are two popular body sculpting treatments that can help you reduce fat. But which one is better?
What is the difference between Emsculpt Neo and Coolsculpting?
Emsculpt Neo uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic energy to destroy fat cells and build muscle. The results are visible after the first treatment, and you will usually need a series of three, 30-minute treatments.
Coolsculpting freezes fat cells and results take a few months to show. It is a 60-minute treatment across the problem areas.
Which of these two treatments is superior? It all depends on your specific goals. If you want immediate changes, the Emsculpt Neo option is your best bet. However, if you don’t mind waiting a few months for effects, Coolsculpting may be a better choice – it really depends on the area in question.
How do Emsculpt Neo and Coolsculpting work on different areas?
Coolsculpting works on stubborn areas of fat such as love handles, stomach, chin and bingo wings. While Emsculpt Neo is better for areas that need to build muscle such as abs, bottom or tricep/bicep areas.
If you are looking for a treatment to reduce fat and build muscle, then Emsculpt Neo is the better choice. However, if you are just looking for a treatment to reduce fat, then Coolsculpting may be the better choice.
Can you blend Coolsculpting with Emsculpt Neo treatments for different results?
Absolutely. In fact, we often recommend combining Coolsculpting with Emsculpt Neo treatments for best results. This way you can achieve both fat loss and muscle building at the same time! A common example of this is if you want to change the distribution of fat in key areas and change your natural shape; for example reduce fat on the top of the hips (muffin top area) and build out your booty. Emsculpt Neo will help you to achieve 30,000 squats in just half an hour while Coolsculpting will reduce stubborn pockets of fat we’re naturally born with.
If you’re not sure which treatment is right for you, book a consultation with us and we can help you decide. Thank you for reading! I hope this article was helpful in deciding which treatment is best for you.