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Lipolysis

What is injection Lipolysis and how does it work?

There are many nonsurgical options for aesthetic treatments. Nonsurgical fat reduction or minimally invasive options for fat reduction include technology that uses an injected medication to reduce fat cells. These technologies are usually based on the release of regional fats and a more aesthetic body. Lipolysis is an effective treatment method based on the subcutaneous injection of PPC (phosphaditylcholine) derived from soya, which naturally induces your local excess. Instead of Liposuctuon surgery, is this nonsurgical procedure more popular, because it reduce costs and faster recovery.

What parts can be treated with injection lipolysis?

Fat deposits on shoulders, arms, legs, double chin, inner and outer tights, lower and upper parts of the abdomen, neck and back.

Lipolysis effects and about the treatment

In the application of lipolysis, PPC material is injected with very fine needles in the area where regional fat deposits are. This substance increases the permeability of fat cells by breaking down and destroying by the liver.

Then the body’s natural lymphatic system is throwing it out. The body does not have any sagging areas like after liposuction surgeries because the fat leaves the body naturally. The effects of lipolysis begin immediately after treatment. Between one and two months the patient provides a noticeable thinning.

Is lipolysis right for every person?

Not with patients with:
Persons with heart failure

Patients with diabetes
Persons with liver or kidney disease
During pregnancy or nursing
lipolysis is also not performed in patients during anticoagulants therapy.

It is not used as a treatment for obese people, but only for areas with fat deposits.

Session:

Duration of the session will be between 15-45 minutes. The sessions are determined by the expectations of the patient. After 2-6 sessions between 2 and 4 weeks satisfying results are obtained.

Warnings:

Alcohol should not be taken during the treatment and healing period because the liver destroys the fat cells.

Sunbathing and solarium should be avoided during lipolysis treatment.
At the end of the treatment, there is no harm in sunbathing after the sensitivity and bruising are over.