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Bodysculpting Melbourne

Cosmetic Medicine

Body sculpting treatment in Melbourne 04, Emsculpt results

Bodysculpting Melbourne

What is Bodysculpting?

Who doesn’t hate those stubborn pockets of fat on the most undesired areas?

Who doesn’t wish they had a slimmer, fitter body without needing to spend hours on the gym?

Bodysculpting is a revolutionary treatment that promotes fat loss and muscle building by using electromagnetic stimuli to targeted areas, giving you that body you always wanted!

It is painless and has no downtime, and can be used as much as you want. 

One session of bodysculpting causes thousands of muscular contractions is equivalent of doing 24000 squats or crunches!

What is the Procedure Like?

The practitioner will discuss which areas you want to target and then place the pads on the sites. They will then be turned on and you will feel ‘waves’ of contractions on the areas. 

You will be connected to the pads for approximately 30 minutes per area and then your treatment is done! 

How Does it Work?

Bodysculpting works by sending electric impulses that mimic your body’s natural stimuli to contract a muscle. Your muscle in response contracts as if you were working out and lifting weight!

The contractions are very intense and cause a deep remodelling of the muscles structure, which results in muscle build up. That improves the tone and strength of the targeted muscles, reducing pains, aches and making you look better. 

Body sculpting with Emsculpt results 14, Essence Healthcare

Which Areas Can Be Treated?

Virtually any muscle can be targeted with the bodysculpting machine. 

The most commonly treated areas are:

  • Buttocks
  • Abdomen 
  • Thighs
  • Arms 
  • Back 

Is It Painful?

There is no pain during the treatment. Naturally there are strong muscular contractions which can be uncomfortable. Also, you can have that after gym feeling with muscle soreness. 

When Will I See Results?

Results are gradual. Normally we recommend having 2 sessions minimum per week and having a minimum 6-8 sessions to start seeing results (just like going to the gym doesn’t help overnight!)

What is the Downtime?

There is no downtime!

What are the possible risks/complications?

You can experience cramping, discomfort, muscular rupture, but there are no serious risks or complications 

Why chose Essence Healthcare?

At Essence Healthcare we provide optimized individual comprehensive facial assessment rather than the usual in and out injectable clinics. We pride ourselves for being and excellence cosmetic clinic which only counts with expert cosmetic injectors that have been in the industry for long time and are well recognized as industry leaders lead by Dr Lucas de Siqueira, a nationally and internationally recognized cosmetic trainer. At Essence you will have time to talk about the procedures, discuss best options available, and count with a variety of services that combined will give you the best possible outcomes. 

The success of the treatment will depend a lot on the material used. At Essence Healthcare we are always up to date and only use the latest technology available. 

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