We have seen customers lose an average of 6.5 cm from the waist, 7.2 cm from the hips and 3.9 from the thighs – at least two dress sizes – after 12 BodySculptor sessions (4 to 6 weeks). However, results do vary from one individual to another. They depend on an individual’s metabolism and health practices.
Except for a formal contraindication for pacemaker wearers, there are no specific contraindications for the low-frequency alternating bioenergetic fields produced by the device, which are totally harmless. However, in the interests of being completely safe, we do not recommend our devices for: • Pregnant women; • Seriously ill patients; • Patients with skin problems or lesions (cuts, bruises, etc.). The contraindications for the BodySculptor’s micro pressure feature are: • Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) • Infections (erysipelas, lymphangitis, etc.) • Severe arterial disease (stages 3 and 4) • Untreated heart conditions • Haemophilia • Capillary fragility
Electrical muscle stimulation only targets striated muscles, while BioStimology technology acts on the stimulation of the calcium exchange to stimulate both striated and smooth muscles. Electrical muscle stimulation has to be performed as part of an active fitness programme. BioStimology generally uses static treatment, carried out on a massage table.