CoolTone vs. Emsculpt

CoolTone vs. Emsculpt

If you are looking to gain muscle mass and definition, then a toning treatment like Emsculpt or CoolTone may be just what you need to take your physique to the next level.

While CoolSculpting is known as a safe and effective treatment for non-surgical fat removal, its counterpart CoolTone sets its sights on strengthening and building muscle.

Although this is an impressive feat, Emsculpt was the first non-invasive technology to target and tone muscles. Emsculpt can also reduce subcutaneous fat in the treated area for a slimmer and more sculpted appearance.

To learn more about CoolTone vs. Emsculpt, including the differences and similarities, read on.

What Is CoolTone?

CoolTone is a revolutionary body sculpting technology that bypasses skin and fat to strengthen underlying muscle fibers.

As a result of this precise muscle toning, the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, back, and arms appear more sculpted and defined.

The non-invasive, FDA-approved treatment is an excellent stand-alone option for women and men seeking increased muscle mass.

It can also be combined with its counterpart CoolSculpting to produce a total body transformation.

How Does CoolTone Work?

CoolTone uses high-powered coil electromagnetic stimulation applicators to deliver Magnetic Muscle Stimulation (MMS) to the abdomen, buttocks, and thighs.

By specifically targeting muscle fibers with electromagnetic energy, CoolTone induces a range of muscle contractions.

These contractions are much stronger than what can be achieve through traditional exercise and excite fast-twitch muscle fibers, causing them to grow thicker and firmer.

Accordingly, the treatment area becomes more toned, defined, and chiseled.

CoolTone vs. Emsculpt

When discussing CoolTone vs. Emsculpt, it’s important to note that both muscle-building modalities are FDA-approved, non-invasive, and use electromagnetic energy.

“As one of the first adapters of the EmSculpt technology, my office has vast experience with the device,” Board-Certified Dermatologist Nicole Hayre, MD. “Patients have been consistently excited about the results that they not only see, but feel!”

Emsculpt was the first muscle toning technology to receive clearance from the FDA and enter the aesthetic market.

Emsculpt also has the ability to simultaneously burn fat, while building muscle. CoolTone, on the other hand, only acts on muscle and doesn’t reduce unwanted fat.

What Areas Can CoolTone Treat?

CoolTone is uniquely designed to strengthen, firm, and tone common trouble spots for both men and women. These include the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, arms, legs, and back.

Learn More

If you are considering CoolTone or Emsculpt, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with board-certified dermatologist Dr. Nicole Hayre.