08 Mar Emsculpt for a Tighter Tummy in 2 Weeks (Really!)
Do you suddenly need to show off that six-pack, but it’s winter, and you haven’t toned your abs since last summer? Refined Dermatology offers Emsculpt, a revolutionary non-invasive procedure that forces the abdominal muscles into 20,000 supramaximal contractions in just 30 minutes. That’s the equivalent of 20,000 perfect crunches that target all those little ab muscles that are hard to work out.
The intent to show your stomach isn’t a pre-requisite for Emsculpt, but it is the reason many clients seek it out. Whether you’re heading to a tropical getaway or you’ve been invited to an Indian wedding and plan to wear a sari, there are many occasions you’ll want to have a tight and toned tummy. It makes you feel and look better in any outfit, too.
However, achieving a toned stomach takes a lot of work, time, and it simply isn’t achievable for a lot of busy people. Targeting all of the abdominal muscles is exceptionally challenging even for avid gym-goers. Emsculpt is a proven “cheat” that isn’t a cheat at all. Muscles grow, or are “toned,” when they contract and are forced to repair themselves. It doesn’t matter if this happens from crunches or Emsculpt. The results will be the same.
Nobody has the capacity to tackle 20,000 crunches in 30 minutes, and they certainly can’t perform them flawlessly. Emsculpt makes that happen with no sweat or effort. You can expect to be sore afterward since your body did just complete 20,000 sit-ups. You’ll also need to feed your body protein immediately after an Emsculpting session to help with tissue repair. But otherwise, you can go about your day confident that you’ll have visible results in as little as two weeks.
Schedule Your Appointment with Refined Dermatology Today!
Emsculpt is available for both the belly and booty, and many clients quickly choose to sign up for both to maximize results. The best part? Emsculpt only requires two weeks to showcase impressive results. Schedule your Emsculpt appointment with Refined Dermatology today.