Thanks to new technologies we are now able to obtain our dream bodies without going under the knife! It may seem like Emshape is quite similar to Fat Freezing, the popular nonsurgical fat-reduction solution. But the two are actually very different.


The procedure is relatively quick and painless. A pad is placed on the target muscle area, such as your abs, thighs, or buttocks. The pad then produces intense electromagnetic waves that cause involuntary muscle contractions which lasts for 30 minutes.

These contractions trigger the release of free fatty acids, which break down fat deposits and increase muscular tone and strength, similar to the way doing a situp or lunge would!

Like exercising, the body responds to the wear and tear the stimulation causes by rebuilding and repairing muscle tissue, resulting in stronger, firmer muscles. You’ll feel the same soreness after Emshape that you would after a strenuous workout. A single procedure is equivalent to doing 20,000 situps or squats in 30 minutes. This procedure will build muscles and destroys fat cells in the treated area.

The treatment requires four 30-minute sessions — two a week for two weeks — to achieve maximum results. Emshape shouldn’t be used as an alternative to Fat Freezing, as the two offer completely different results. In fact, Emshape can be a great follow-up treatment to Fat Freezing once the fat has been removed to increase muscle tone and definition like abs.


Fat Freezing

Unlike Emshape, which uses electromagnetic energy to stimulate the muscles and firm up the body, Fat Freezing uses a device to freeze the subdermal fat cells, which damages them beyond repair. Then, they’re eliminated through the body’s natural elimination process. Once fat cells like gone they will never come back!

Fat freezing is used for more fat loss and Emshape is used for muscle toning. In addition, people of all sizes can use Fat Freezing, whereas Emshape is best for people who are active, have a lower body mass index (BMI) and who are close to their goal.