Lipolysis treatment for dissolving fat?
The Lipolysis treatment is a new way to remove fat without incisions and without injections. Lipolysis treatment will break down the fat cells and eliminate them naturally. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, and three or four treatments can be performed in a year, depending on the individual case.
Injection Lipolysis It involves the injection of a special gel into fat deposits in problem areas of your body. This causes the breakdown and removal of deposited fat by stimulating the release of growth factors. The released growth factors are integral to promoting and regulating fat cell metabolism and growth, which results in an overall reduction of adipose tissue.
There are two kinds of fat. The first is adipose tissue, which is where fat is stored. The second is called visceral fat, which is fat that lodges itself in deeper layers of the skin. Lipolysis is used for fat that is in the deeper layers of your skin.
What can Lipolysis be used to treat?
Injection lipolysis is a great technique for eliminating fat in areas such as the neck, chin and upper arms. It usually takes just one session of treatment to see a significant improvement, with results continuing beyond the first session.
Benefits of Lipolysis
The main benefit of lipolysis is that it can be used to remove fat and create a more defining body shape. It can also be used in combination with other types of cosmetic surgery, including breast augmentation and tummy tucks.
Aqualyx Treatment in Brighton & Hove
For Lipolysis treatment in Brighton and Hove, we use Aqualyx, the most popular injectable for fat dissolving.
Aqualyx is a gel-based aqueous solution, which dissolves fat and is biocompatible and biodegradable.
Aqualyx® works by causing the dissolution of fat cells. The body then expels the released fatty acids naturally.
What are the side effects of Lipolysis ?
The main side effect of lipolysis is that the fat dissolving ingredients can cause some irritation or redness to occur. This is most likely to happen in sensitive areas such as underarms, knees and thighs. Your doctor will give you instructions on how much time should elapse after treatment before you can shower, so that any residual solution can be rinsed off properly. Lipolysis lasers also tend to cause some temporary inflammation and swelling after treatment; which may last for a few days.