What is it
It is a treatment aimed at reducing the amount of adipose tissue in selected areas of the face or body. It allows for non-surgical reduction of body fat. It is not a treatment for obesity. However, it is the most effective non-invasive procedure thanks to which we can remove fatty tissue from various parts of the body. It is a safe and effective therapy for those patients who want to get rid of excessive fat tissue while avoiding surgery - liposuction. It can be used for both women and men.
- FACE: double chin, "hamsters”
- BODY: excess body fat on the abdomen, flanks, buttocks, thighs, hips and around the shoulder blade, shoulders, armpits and knees.
How it works
The injectable preparation dissolves the fat cells, which are then transported to the liver, metabolized there and then excreted. The preparations used for lipolysis include substances that dissolve fat cells in a way that allows their safe transformation and removal from the body. The most commonly used substances are: caffeine, phosphatidylcholine, sodium deoxycholate and special cocktails.
Performed only by a doctor. It consists in injecting the right amount of lipolysis preparation deep under the skin, into the fatty tissue. The amount and type of preparation is always selected individually for each patient and body area. All preparations used for lipolysis should be CE certified. Punctures are made at small intervals with a thin needle. The procedure takes about 20-30 minutes. After injection lipolysis treatments, manual massage or dermomassage is performed, which facilitates and accelerates the elimination of metabolic products from the body after the procedure.
Is the procedure painful
Before the procedure, superficial anesthesia can be performed, then the procedure is almost painless.
Recommendations after injection
Slight swelling, redness or swelling may appear at the injection sites. These symptoms usually disappear within a few days.
How often is the procedure performed
Therapy is usually 1-3 treatments, at intervals of about 4 weeks. The changes are visible after the first treatment.
Most often they are short-term and transient, soreness at the injection sites, swelling, bruises.
Pregnancy, breastfeeding, allergy to ingredients, liver and kidney diseases, diabetes, skin inflammation, autoimmune diseases