There is so much focus today on having a perky, lifted butt. Squats, lunges, leg lifts – it seems like no matter how much and how hard you work out, you can’t seem to attain your desired results. Up until more recent years, there have been several butt lift surgeries that have been the best solution. The bad thing about these surgeries is that they involve incisions which can lead to scarring and the recovery period is long.
These procedures were always looked at as the only solution to getting a bigger backside, especially with so many celebrities getting the procedure done. But it quickly became obvious that they weren’t as safe as they claimed to be. The Brazilian Butt Lift, for example, has a questionably high complication rate. Plasticsurgery.org reports that these complications include:
- Anesthesia risks
- Poor wound healing
- Fluid accumulation
- Damaged fatty tissue
- Bad scarring
While buttock surgeries are still a trend among some women today, there are many who are looking for safer alternatives to these risky procedures. Emsculpt® is a perfect alternative. It is a relatively new procedure that has hit the market and gained plenty of attention. Emsculpt® sticks out from other butt lift procedures because it is non-surgical, safe, and can help to lift the buttocks and tone muscles – without any downtime. It is perfect for those athletic individuals who want to amp up their workout routine. Emsculpt® is essentially equivalent to doing approximately 20,000 sit-ups or squats in 30 minutes. One of the biggest benefits Emsculpt® has for the buttocks is that it treats isolated muscle groups, as opposed to trying to create more muscle. Typically, when you do a lot of squats, it makes your thighs become bigger, which might not be the desired result. With Emsculpt®, you isolate just the buttocks, which reshapes and tightens, and doesn’t affect the thighs.
Emsculpt® is not a solution to weight loss but is a tool to help you along the way. The procedure will give you the advantage you need to get the results you desire – without the need for surgery.