EVOLVE FAQ

InMode EVOLVE is the only FDA-approved hands-free non-invasive treatment for skin and subdermal fat, and for muscle tone improvement. EVOLVE uses unique bipolar technology for delivering RF energy and electromagnetic pulses, remodels even larger body areas, and improves the appearance of your skin.

Here are some of the important questions about InMode EVOLVE and its proprietary technologies.

What is InMode EVOLVE?

EVOLVE is a non-invasive hands-free workstation by InMode that is designed to remodel the skin, treat adipose tissue, and tone muscles all on one platform.

EVOLVE’s innovative design deploys three proprietary technologies -TITE, TRIM, and TONE - allowing for customized treatment for a variety of body types. 

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Why consider this treatment at bodySCULPT®?

EVOLVE TITE

What is EVOLVE TITE treatment?

EVOLVE TITE procedure is ideal for individuals who are looking for a non-invasive skin treatment to address specific body areas that require remodeling.

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EVOLVE TONE

What is EVOLVE TONE treatment?

EVOLVE TONE is a non-invasive hands-free muscle toning treatment that is ideal for patients who are looking to tone muscles and address areas that require definition, without any downtime.

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EVOLVE TRIM

What is EVOLVE TRIM treatment?

EVOLVE TRIM is a hands-free non-invasive solution designed specifically to reduce the appearance of cellulite. This body & cellulite procedure is ideal for all areas of the body that require fat reduction.

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