EvolveX Treatment Areas

Published on
July 10, 2023
Lindsi McAlister
Lindsi McAlister

There are more treatment options and flexibility when it comes to EvolveX treatment areas vs Emsculpt Neo treatment areas. This flexibility makes EvolveX a more versatile treatment option in many cases, allowing us to target more areas of the body to help our clients achieve their desired results.

While both treatments have their places in body contouring, as a Royal Oak Michigan Inmode EvolveX body contouring specialist, we're going to focus on how EvolveX can be used to target multiple areas of the body.

Understanding all the ways that EvolveX can be used to help you achieve your aesthetic goals can help you determine if this body contouring procedure is right for you. The more informed you are, the easier your decisions are to make. So let's take a look at EvolveX treatment areas.

EvolveX vs Emsculpt Neo

Before we talk about the areas of the body that can be treated with EvolveX, it's important to us that you understand how it works. Both EvolveX and Emsculpt Neo use similar technologies. They're almost identical, in fact. The main difference is the strength of those technologies.

Both EvolveX and Emsculpt Neo use radiofrequency (RF) technologies to target and melt fat and electromagnetic stimulation (EM) to tone muscle and tighten skin. They're both non-invasive and pain-free and require no downtime. Both of these technologies have a focus on fat reduction and muscle toning. However, Emsculpt Neo uses EM technology that is far more aggressive than EvolveX.

Emsculpt Neo uses a form of EM called High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) stimulation to produce incredibly strong muscle contractions, and its RF technology is geared toward targeting deep fat stores. On the other hand, EvolveX focuses its RF technology on targeting cellulite and a weaker form of EM that focuses more on skin tightening than muscle toning, although it does some muscle toning, as well.

Think of Emsculpt Neo and EvolveX in terms of sculpting tools - because they are in a way Emsculpt Neo is like a hammer and chisel designed to remove large pieces of marble while EvolveX is like a fine file designed for finishing work. Both are effective and both have their places, but at Avenue1, we prefer to focus on the finer details of our clients.

EvolveX Treatment Areas

Because EvolveX technology is geared more toward finishing work, as it were, it can be used on more parts of the body. Emsculpt Neo is rated for patients with a BMI of up to 35 and uses aggressive technology which limits its effective areas to the abdomen, buttocks, arms, legs, and calves. EvolveX is rated for lower BMI indexes, focusing on cellulite instead of major fat stores. This allows it to effectively treat areas like the flanks, hips, thighs, and knees in addition to the areas that can be treated by Emsculpt Neo.

Thanks to its less aggressive technology, EvolveX gives people looking for body toning in Royal Oak Michigan more options. Using this technology, we can target cellulite and tighten the skin in a variety of areas. This allows for visible fat and crepe reduction and increased skin tone in various areas of the body that just can't be achieved with other methods. We can:

  • Reduce fat in the targeted areas.
  • Improve skin tightness and tone.
  • Moderately improve muscle tone.
  • Reduce the appearance of crepe skin.
  • Reduce the "cottage cheese" look of cellulite in almost all major areas of the body.
  • Reduce the "floppy" look on the underside of the arms.
  • Tone and slim the hips and thighs.

Body Contouring in Royal Oak Michigan

If you're in the Royal Oak Michigan area and need help reaching your goals, we can help. We offer Inmode EvolveX body sculpting in Royal Oak Michigan along with a variety of other services to help you feel your best in your own skin. We're here to help you achieve your aesthetic goals. Schedule a consultation today, and let us help you get the results you want and deserve. 

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