Following its success with CoolSculpting, Allergan recently launched a new body contouring treatment called CoolTone.

CoolTone is designed to build and strengthen muscles in the abdomen, buttocks, and thighs and is recommended for fit women and men who want to take their bodies to the next level.

But despite the buzz surrounding its release, some people have their doubts and want to know: Is CoolTone worth it?

Continue reading to learn more about CoolTone’s efficacy and how it compares to Emsculpt.

Is CoolTone Worth It?

If you are researching noninvasive muscle building treatments, you likely want to know: Is CoolTone worth it?

The answer to this question depends on who you ask. CoolTone’s muscle-building capabilities are limited to lean individuals who haven’t been able to achieve desired tone and definition through diet and exercise alone.

It’s also worth noting that CoolTone is a relatively new technology and has been on the market for less than a year. As such, it may be too soon to draw conclusions about its efficacy, predictability, and longevity of results.

How Does CoolTone Compare to Emsculpt?

While CoolTone is a recent addition to the body contouring space, Emsculpt has been on the market for years, has a proven-track record, and has a more trusted-reputation among providers and patients alike.

Emsculpt also boasts a dual mechanism of action and can simultaneously burn fat and build muscle. This makes it a more effective, comprehensive, and inclusive body contouring solution.

In addition, Emsculpt’s ability to eliminate bulges and add definition reduces the need for two separate treatments, such as CoolSculpting and CoolTone, which saves patients time and money.

Request a Consultation for Non-Invasive Muscle Building

If you are interested in a comprehensive fat burning and muscle building solution, please call our office today to schedule an Emsculpt consultation with board-certified dermatologists Dr. Dale Isaacson and Dr. Marilyn Berzin.

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