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FAT DISSOLVING INJECTIONS (body & face contouring)


FAT DISSOLVING INJECTIONS (body & face contouring)

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Everyone wants to have a slim and sculpted body, and to get it requires the removal of subcutaneous fat.
Liposuction is an expensive surgical procedure, often requires general anesthesia, and may cause life-threatening complications.
From here came the alternatives to the surgical procedure, the fat dissolving injection, this technique of injection lipolysis is relatively new. It has been in use for nearly twenty years,
which is an effective way to remove fatty deposits at the injection sites.
The fat dissolving injection breaks down small to medium fats and reduces the number of fat cells at the injection site through its chemical component, which includes an acid called Deoxycholic acid and Phosphatidylcholine, which break down and kill fat cells.
Deoxycholic acid is a US FDA approved fat dissolving material and a naturally occurring human bile acid, which is a metabolic by-product of human intestinal bacteria. In the human body, deoxycholic acid is used in the emulsification of fats for absorption in the intestine
Phosphatidylcholine, also known as lecithin or PPC, is a normal compound found in our cell membranes.
If cell membranes are suddenly given an extra dose of PPC, they become too fluid and fragile, and break down. So, a dose of PPC into fatty tissue will cause the fat cells to break and open and release their fat. PPC also facilitates the breaking down of the fat itself

Both techniques, mesotherapy and fat dissolving needles ensure complete efficacy with maximum comfort for both men and women, as well as a sense of confidence in your body curves after getting rid of annoying fat lumps



However, the question remains, is the fat dissolving needle safe?

Now that summer is coming, you might be wondering if fat-dissolving injections are safe to use to help you lose those annoying fats in some areas in your body. Non-surgical fat removal injections lipolysis is becoming more popular than their surgical counterparts, such as liposuction, for several reasons. They are a safe, low-risk form of treatment.


Are Fat Dissolving Injections suitable for me?

If you are maintaining a healthy lifestyle and are close to your ideal body weight but have isolated stubborn areas of fat, then injectable dissolving might be suitable.

Popular areas that can be treated are double chins, moobs, saddle bags, inner thighs, 'cankles' and abdomen - including defining a six pack.

If you have significant weight then fat dissolving is not suitable for you, but other body contouring treatments we offer maybe. If you have recently lost significant weight, then the area concerning you may be loose skin which it can be improved with skin tightening treatments.
A consultation with your therapist will determine the correct treatment plan for you.

Fat dissolving is not suitable if you:
• Have diabetes.
• Have liver or kidney disease.
• Have active skin problem in the area to be treated.
• Are taking blood thinning medicine ex. warfarin.


Side effects?

You may experience swelling, bruising, itching, pain, sensitivity to pressure and excessive warmth at the injection site however, this is usually resolved within three to five days.

How Long Does It Take to See Results?
It may take a few treatments to see results. The procedure is repeated every three to four weeks until the desired results are achieved, with an expert consultant advising how many sessions they would recommend for each patient. Results aren’t immediate after each treatment — swelling may take a few weeks to subside, and it typically takes three to eight weeks for fat deposits to become noticeably reduced.


How Often Will I Need Treatment?

How many rounds of treatment you’ll need varies between individuals and the volume of targeted fat deposits. It’s typical for patients to require at least two treatments to achieve their desired look. On average, three to five sessions of treatment are necessary, with injections being administered every three to four weeks.




Comments (4)

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    April Grosvenor
    2022-12-12 02:53:32

    I have found the best results come from consistency of use mixed with good diet and some form of exercise. But also adding liporase to the treatment session by injecting it into the areas you will place the fat dissolver It helps in several ways but the biggest they say is to help the fat be excreted after treatment. -instruction for liporase are Specific dependent on treatment type so ull add diff dilution amount depending in filler dissolving or using for lipolysis - so read carefully!

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    April Grosvenoe
    2022-12-12 02:48:23

    I used to kill myself in the gym and be in constant restriction. Now I can treat those trouble spots that are seemingly impossible to get rid of and be comfortable and confident in my own skin with out the self torture. I’d recommend them to anyone who has already been working on their dream box for awhile or someone who has a busy lifestyle and no time for the gym or atleast not the time u used to have (that’s me). It’s life changing. And if afraid of needles one can always use a jet injector (hyaluron pen)-also sold at fillerhouse.

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    Adriana Mac-Arango
    2022-06-07 22:10:33

    Had to go over this article again, for tips. With all the new products that assist in zapping fat, hard to decide what will work for me. I hv purchased some, with no success but I'm sure it's something I'm doing wrong or that item is just not for me since I believe results are also dependent on a person's body make-up.
    Thanks for this information. Very helpful.

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    Adri Mac
    2022-05-29 10:39:40

    Great info.
    Ultimately at the end, vest way to lose weight is diet and exercise but if there are new lotions & potions to help with the journey of weight loss, sign me up!

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