(Excerpt) I’ve written about DLK on Avenue on the blog before and shared about my experiences with them on Instagram, and I was so excited to return to them again last year for a whole new experience!
Have you ever heard of Emsculpt NEO before? I had heard a few things here and there about it’s predecessor Emsculpt, but I was so excited to try the Emsculpt NEO after I read more about it.
DLK on Avenue brought in this new technology a couple months ago, and it’s been very popular.
There are always two factors that I look at when deciding to try something new and they are how invasive the treatment is, and what the negatives effects are. Once I heard that Emsculpt NEO was non-invasive AND there were no negative effects after treatment I was ready to give it a try.
Emsculpt NEO is the first of it’s kind technology that combines radiofrequency and (HIFEM+) high-intensity focused electromagnetic technology which results in both fat reduction and muscle growth. It even smooths skin as well.
Typically Emsculpt NEO is done in a series of four 30-minute treatments. Three days before my first appointment it was important to increase my water intake, and similarly after my treatment increasing my water intake was also key to the process. Otherwise there was no other preparation for my first session.
Being back at DLK on Avenue was lovely. The building itself is so pretty, and I love how welcoming the staff is. They are always happy to chat, and offer a water for what always seems like a very short wait until my appointment time.
When it came time for my appointment we did some measurements and “before” photos to track my progress, and then we were ready to go! I wore shorts and a top which made it a bit easier since I was targeting my stomach, but they had shorts on had for anyone who needed a quick outfit change depending on the targeted area they were working on.
The treatment areas you could choose from were the belly, buttocks, arms, thighs and calves. The Emsculpt NEO paddle is placed on your target area (again for me it was the stomach), and then it was time to get started.
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