EMSculpt has garnered rave reviews from many celebrities looking to tone and strengthen their muscles. Because this treatment is non-invasive, doesn’t require any downtime, and only takes about 30 minutes per session, actors, models, and athletes can easily incorporate EMSculpt into their busy schedules with ease.
Celebrities and TV personalities are using EMSculpt to help them look red-carpet ready and you can, too! If you’re looking for a way to build a strong core, burn fat, lift and tone your buttocks, supplement your existing workout routine, or build a strong foundation for a new one, EMSculpt can help. Don’t just take our word for it. We’ve rounded up some real feedback from celebrities who use EMSculpt.
Perhaps the most iconic beauty influencer of our time, Kim Kardashian was seen getting an EMSculpt treatment on her abs in a recent episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians (Season 17, Episode 3). On the show, she says of the experience, “It feels like you’re doing stomach crunches, but you’re not. I’m into it.”
The EMSculpt machine uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic technology (or HIFEM® for short) to cause intense supramaximal contractions in the muscles beneath the skin, which is why patients sometimes say it feels like you’re doing crunches. In one 30-minute treatment session, a patient will experience 20,000 muscle contractions. That level of intensity can’t be achieved through a voluntary workout alone, and it’s part of what makes this a great supplement to an existing workout regimen.
Kim Kardashian is renowned for her beauty and not shy about showing off her fit physique. It’s no surprise she has added EMSculpt treatments to her arsenal of health and wellness tools.
If you follow Cary Deuber on Instagram, you’re probably very familiar with her love of EMSculpt. While her feed is full of photos of shopping sprees, trips to dreamy destinations, and dinner parties with the likes of Kris Jenner, you’ll also find an inside look at what EMSculpt treatments are really like.
In addition to her appearances on The Real Housewives of Dallas, Deuber is known for her work as a CRNFA (Certified Registered Nurse First Assistant). She not only uses EMSculpt herself but assists with patients receiving the treatment where she works.
Along with a stunning side by side photo of her abs and butt before and after EMSculpt treatment, Deuber gushed, “Talk about WOW factor!”. We couldn’t agree more.
Kim Zolciak Biermann
Kim Zolciak Biermann, who is known for her appearances on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, posted a Snapchat video of herself while receiving EMSculpt treatment on her butt. In the video, she talks about how EMSculpt therapy penetrates 7 centimeters into the muscle tissue and mentions that the technology was created by Tesla co-founder, Elon Musk. Biermann also shares that she sought EMSculpt treatment on her abs because she had been experiencing back pain.
Because EMSculpt helps build muscle tissue rapidly, it is often recommended for patients recovering from certain injuries, and it can be used in conjunction with physical therapy. Strengthening particular sets of muscles, such as your abdominal muscles, can alleviate pain symptoms in patients suffering from a range of acute and chronic injuries.
Another star who adores EMSculpt is Lisa Rinna. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star who is also known for her work on Days of Our Lives and Melrose Place, shared a video during her fourth EMSculpt treatment. The video shows her getting EMSculpt on her abs while she tells her fans, “I’m obsessed. I love it! My body’s morphing into a 21-year-old’s body, just saying.”
Lisa Rinna might be in her 50s, but it certainly doesn’t show. Her youthful appearance and personality radiate in every photo and video on her Instagram. At least now we know part of her secret to look so good.
As the new spokeswoman for EMSculpt, Drew Barrymore has been very open about her experience with this treatment and how it has helped her. Her reasons for pursuing EMSculpt are unique in that they are focused on functionality. In a video available online, Barrymore said she cares about “athletics and being capable and a strong woman.”
Barrymore began EMSculpt treatments to help with conditioning. She explains that her main reason for choosing EMSculpt was that she wanted to be able to “exercise regularly without injury.”
In addition to being one of Hollywood’s most beloved stars, Drew Barrymore is a mother of two daughters. In her video, she spoke about her struggles after giving birth saying, “My body isn’t the same after having two kids, and even just on a functional level, if I would try to work out, I kept injuring myself.”
She went on to say that, “When women have kids, nobody talks about how broken the body is, and you’re trying to get back to where you were, but you’ll never be in the same place… Me as a mother who couldn’t put her body back together the right way… that was why I did it… I just wanted health and wellness in my life.”
EMSculpt works best when it’s used as a supplement to physical activity, and that’s exactly what Barrymore does.
“I had been doing a lot of core work, so I did EMSculpt in tandem, and it completely changed my foundation. It’s just really changed my life. I get to go workout with my girlfriends and do dance cardio. I feel better when I’m picking up my kids. I’m just exercising smarter because I’m stronger.” said Barrymore, “I’m just getting to live the life I want to. I look better. I feel better, but I’m working out consistently without landing in a physical therapist’s office because I’ve overdone it or thrown my back out.”
Before her first session, Barrymore asked some of her friends about their experience with EMSculpt, and she says that she “found out all the cool girls were already doing it.” While we don’t know which of Barrymore’s esteemed and likely famous friends she talked to, we do know that the number of celebrities who use EMSculpt is rising.
International models preparing for photoshoots and runway shows have been posting selfies and videos of their EMSculpt treatment sessions, and Dolores Catania recommended EMSculpt in a recent interview with New Beauty magazine. Kathy Lee Gifford tried EMSculpt and documented her results on the TODAY show. She reported that her tightest pair of jeans felt looser after just one session, and she shared before and after photos at the end of her four sessions.
EMSculpt is an FDA-cleared device that is approved for use on the abdomen, buttocks, arms, and legs. And while it does appear that all the cool girls are getting this treatment, men are totally welcome to use EMSculpt, too. If you’d like to learn more about EMSculpt, book a consultation at Aspire Regenerative. Our clinicians can answer any questions and help you determine if EMSculpt could help you reach your health, wellness, and beauty goals.