RADIOFREQUENCY & HIFEM+
2 Procedures In A Single Treatment
For Even More Fat Reduction & More Muscle Growth
EMSCULPT NEO® is CE Cleared for:
Treatment of obesity by fat reduction through neuromuscular stimulation, radiofrequency induced lipolysis and increase of the blood flow.
EMSCULPT NEO® is FDA cleared for:
Improvement of abdominal tone, strengthening of the abdominal muscles & development of firmer abdomen.
Strengthening, Toning and Firming of buttocks, thighs and calves
Improvement of muscle tone and firmness, for strengthening muscles in arms.
Non-invasive lipolysis (breakdown of fat) of the abdomen and thighs with Skin Type I to Skin Type III.
Reduction in circumference of the abdomen and thighs with Skin Type I to Skin Type III
EMSCULPT NEO: Normally, two standalone procedures (Radio Frequency Heating and High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Waves) are needed to treat both fat and muscle.
As of October 2020 however, EMSCULPT NEO, is now the first ever FDA cleared procedure to combine the two procedures into a single treatment and simultaneously melt fat while building muscle.
An EMSCULPT NEO session is only 30 minutes and results from seven thoroughly researched newly published clinical studies show an average of: 30% fat reduction & 25% muscle mass increment!
Areas Of Treatment
Arms (Muscle Tone, Firm & Strengthen)
Patients with higher BMI
Time to see results
Staff and space required
AVERAGE FAT REDUCTION
Superior Patient Results
New Studies For
RF + HIFEM+
Average Fat Reduction
Average Muscle Mass Increase
Waist Circumference Reduction
Mendis Aesthetics News & Features
Is EMSCULPT NEO Healthy and Safe?
Yes, this treatment is completely safe.
Are there any side effects?
There are no side effects.
How long is a session?
Each session is 30 minutes and abs/buttocks contract equivalent to 24,000 crunches/squats.
How long does it take to see results?
Results are usually reported 4 weeks after the last session and continue to improve for several weeks following the treatments.
How long do results last?
Clinical studies show that irreversible fat death (apoptosis) occurs and confirms that muscle gains last for at least 6 months.