EMS Machine

$160

Time: 30 Mins Pain level: None Downtime: No Downtime

Our EMS Machine is a revolutionary body sculpting system clinically proven to simultaneously build muscle and burn fat.

The EMS Machine works by using high-tensity electromagnetic energy. During the treatment, an applicator sends this energy to the target muscle area (abs, buttocks, arms or legs) to induce 20,000 muscular contractions. These intense contractions work to boost your metabolism and stimulate fat breakdown while deeply reshaping the internal structure of your muscles.

Our Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation treatment feels like an intensive workout, only you can lie down and relax during the treatment. One 30-minute session is equivalent to doing 20,000 sit ups or squats. This treatment is pain-free, non-invasive and requires no downtime.

We recommend a minimum of four sessions to see the best possible results.

All body consultations include a 3D Styku body scan.

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About the treatment

Non-invasive body sculpting device for burning fat and building muscle, now available at our Brisbane clinic.

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Am I suitable for the EMS Machine?

If you are in good shape and looking for extra definition and tone, this treatment is for you!

Is the treatment painful?

Our EMS Machine does not cause any pain or discomfort. However, as your muscles undergo a vigorous series of contractions, the treatment does feel like an intensive workout.

When will I start seeing results?

Results will develop over time. We recommend at least 4 treatments to see the best possible results.

Why choose us?

CBB Blvd offers a unique collection of the best skin and body treatments hand-picked from around the world delivered by expert and experienced staff in a state-of-the-art clinic.

Using skin analysis technology, we formulate a unique treatment plan for you and your skin that suits your budget, time and skincare routines.

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