I Tried EMSculpt at Luminary MD and This Is What I Thought

I Tried EMSculpt at Luminary MD and This Is What I Thought

A few weeks ago I was approached by Dr. Milanes and his staff from Luminary MD. There is a new treatment on the market called EmSculpt. EmSculpt is the first FDA-cleared energy device approved to burn fat and build muscle. It’s a non-surgical, no downtime, no pain procedure that is currently approved for the butt and tummy areas. Basically Dr. Milanes puts this little paddle on your tummy (or two on your butt) and these tiny Tesla pulses happen which make your muscles contract like crazy. The whole procedure takes 30 minutes and the machine is customized to you and the intensity you can withstand.  

I must admit I was so hesitant to try EmSculpt 

Aside from Botox, I really don’t mess around with cosmetic procedures. I tried CoolSculpting once and it was the biggest waste of money. After doing more research, I found out that CoolSculpting only removed 1/8 – ¼” of body fat. Are you kidding me? I just dropped $1,000 to lose a maximum of ¼”?! I could have easily done that with diet and exercise.  

So after a few emails, my own research, and visiting Luminary MD to get a feel for their practice, I reluctantly agreed to doing it. With my general knowledge of the body and how EmSculpt works, I figured, what do I have to lose?  


To my surprise, the results were UNREAL! 

A single EmSculpt session is the equivalent to doing 20,000 sit-ups (for the tummy area) or 20,000 squats (for the booty area). I received 4 treatments and started *honestly* seeing results after the 3rd and 4th treatment. During the first treatment the pulses were intense. I opted to going a little more intense to see maximum results. I was sweating from how much my muscles were contracting! The second, third, and fourth treatment were a piece of cake. It was as if my muscles were already stronger from the first session.  

After my first pregnancy, I had a mild case of diastasis recti. My tummy on a good day looked like I was 2-3 months pregnant because of it. Even though I was back to my pre-baby weight, I still wasn’t happy with my tummy.  

My results speak for themselves.  

Here are my before and after results immediately after my fourth session of EmSculpt. I was blown away. My skin is tighter (even though that’s not really a promised result), my tummy is flatter, and I feel like my diastasis recti is healed! 

 EmSculpt Results From Luminary MD -- via www.katelynnansari.comEmSculpt Results From Luminary MD -- via www.katelynnansari.com


Who is a good candidate for EmSculpt? 

After speaking with Dr. Milanes, a good candidate for EmSculpt is an adult who is already physically active and eating a healthy diet. EmSculpt is great for those people who workout but just can’t seem to get the complete results they desire. At Luminary MD, Dr. Milanes doesn’t just do the EmSculpt and put you on your merry way. Dr. Milanes can guide you through the proper diet and exercise regiment as well to give you lasting results.  

What are the results? 

On average healthy patients who met the criteria above noticed the following results: 

  • 19% fat reduction 
  • 1.5 inch loss in waistline circumference 
  • 11% reduction in diastasis recti   
  • 5x increase in fat metabolism  
  • 16% increase in muscle mass 
  • 96% patient satisfaction 

I am so happy with my results and loved the staff at Luminary MD. I was so hesitant at first to try something that was so “easy” but I am so glad that I did. If you’re in the Orange County area, you should definitely check out Luminary MD for your EmSculpt, Botox, or any other cosmetic procedures. If you let them know Katelynn sent you, you’ll receive my special friends & family discount! 

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