How Emsculpt works
Emsculpt harnesses focused electromagnetic energy to target fat loss to the area of the muscle. The procedure causes contractions which forces the muscle tissue to adapt to such intensity, which releases chemicals that causes the tissue to remodel its inner structure. This manifests when fat cells are signaled to break down their components.
When this happens, those components are released as fatty acids which overtake the fat cells and kill them. They are then absorbed by the body and excreted out. The result of this process is newly-built muscle and a sculpted appearance. When it comes to the buttocks, however, Emsculpt does not harm any fat, as this fat is needed for shape. Instead, the gluteal muscles are built without damaging fat cells.