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What we Offer


Pockets of Fat

Excess fat is stored in certain body areas called “pockets of fat” or adipose tissue. These areas can be found in various body parts, including the abdomen, thighs, hips, arms, and neck.

Various factors, including genetics, diet, exercise patterns, and hormonal imbalances, can influence the storage location of body fat. When there is an excess of body fat, the possibility of health problems such as diabetes and heart disease increases.


As we age, the skin on our face, neck, hands, and forearms can develop wrinkles in creases, folds, or ridges. These lines are more noticeable in areas frequently exposed to the sun.

Genetic factors can influence our skin’s structure and texture, but environmental factors like sun exposure, pollution, and smoking can speed up aging and increase the chances of developing wrinkles.

Loose Skin

Loose skin can be a cosmetic concern for some people, but it is generally not a health issue. Loose skin has lost its elasticity and appears to be sagging or wrinkled.

This can happen due to various factors, such as aging, weight loss, pregnancy, and sun damage. As we age, our skin loses collagen and elastin, responsible for keeping our skin firm and supple.

Muscle Strength

The lack of an active lifestyle can often lead to muscle weakness; women may experience muscle separation and an overall weaker core after pregnancy. EMS Body Sculpting can help you rebuild muscle strength and minimise muscle separation while burning fat.

Mummy Makeover

A mummy makeover is a proven set of cosmetic procedures designed to assist women who have undergone childbirth and breastfeeding. It is a highly effective way to regain their pre-pregnancy physique.

The makeover is a highly effective solution for women who want to regain confidence and feel comfortable in their skin.

At HiSculpt, we create personalised plans for mums ready to transform their bodies after pregnancy/pregnancy; starting this journey with HiSculpt will motivate you to improve your overall lifestyle holistically.

Double Chin

The accumulation of fatty tissue under the chin area, also known as submental fat or double chin, is not limited to those who are overweight or obese. It can develop in anyone, regardless of age, gender, or body type, due to various factors.

It is important to note that genetics can play a significant role in developing a double chin. Even if one maintains a healthy lifestyle, their genetic makeup may cause excess fat storage in the chin and neck area. Additionally, as we age, our skin tends to lose elasticity, which can contribute to the appearance of a double chin.


Electromagnetic muscle stimulation (EMS) is a non-invasive body contouring technology for strengthening, firming, and toning the abdomen, buttocks, arms and associated thighs. It is also known as neuromuscular electrical stimulation.

This process strengthens and repairs tissue, particularly muscles that have become shortened or weakened. The treatment helps to treat muscle separation after pregnancy.


Cellulite is a common cosmetic concern that affects both men and women, although it’s more prevalent in women. It’s characterised by lumpy, dimpled, and uneven skin texture caused by underlying fat deposits pushing against the connective tissues under the skin.

Cellulite typically appears where fat is commonly stored, such as the thighs, hips, buttocks, and stomach. It’s often associated with aging, weight gain, and hormonal changes, such as during pregnancy.