The non-invasive muscle stimulation treatment enables plastic surgeons to help patients strengthen, firm, and tone the muscles of their abdomen, buttocks and thighs.

Today, Cutera Inc announced that truSculpt flex is a Good Housekeeping 2020 Beauty Award Winner for Ultimate Body Product. As reported in the press release, the muscle sculpting technology underwent rigorous testing by the publication’s seasoned team of experts, to earn the honor in the professional treatment category.

truSculpt flex is a non-invasive muscle stimulation treatment that plastic surgeon practitioners can offer male and female patients to help them strengthen, firm, and tone the muscles of their abdomen, buttocks and thighs. Doctors are able to customize the placement of up to 16 handpieces targeting multiple small and large muscle groups. The treatment builds noticeable strength and visible toning results in 45-minutes with as little as four treatments, according to Cutera.

“We are proud to earn Good Housekeeping recognition for truSculpt flex from a publication that embodies the gold-standard of product testing,” says Dave Mowry, chief executive officer of Cutera Inc. “truSculpt flex epitomizes the next generation in muscle toning systems; treating up to eight areas simultaneously, covering the largest treatment area in the body sculpting industry. Its proven clinical results and superior safety profile underscores our commitment to groundbreaking innovative aesthetic solutions and technological advancements.”

truSculpt flex is FDA-cleared for the improvement of abdominal tone, strengthening of the abdominal muscles, and development of a firmer abdomen. It is also cleared for the strengthening, toning, and firming of buttocks and thighs.

[Kelz Media]