Women's Health

Muscles… From a Machine?

Ever since I can remember, I’ve had a two-inch pinchable ring around my belly button, which I lovingly call “my doughnut.” It’s a stubborn little thing that hasn’t budged even with weight loss, a squeaky-clean diet, or five-times-a-week workouts.

So when I heard about Emsculpt, a new noninvasive, FDA-cleared, no-risk treatment that promises to build ab muscles and help flatten tummies, it sounded like the miracle I’d been waiting

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