INJECTION LIPOLYSIS WITH FAT-AWAY SYRINGE
FOR FACE AND BODY
Every one of us knows small pockets of fat that just won't go away, even with exercise, dietary changes etc. And it is precisely here that you can consider the possibility of injection lipolysis. Injection lipolysis is better known to many under the term fat-removal injection. It is important to understand that this procedure cannot and should not replace surgical liposuction. It is also not intended for massive weight loss and does not replace dieting. It is an option for reducing smaller, stubborn pockets of fat. But it is always worth a try. With the help of small cannulas, the active ingredient Phoshatidylcholin (PPC) is injected directly into the fatty tissue.
THE BIOCHEMICAL PROCESS AFTER THE INJECTION
After the injection, a biochemical fat dissolution begins that lasts for several weeks. The so-called "lipolysis" triggers a removal of the fat cells in the respective treated area. After this removal, a lasting effect can be expected.
The extent to which an effect has been achieved will only become apparent after a few weeks. A little patience is therefore required. After that, you can decide whether the result is sufficient or whether another repetition of the procedure is necessary. Sometimes the procedure has to be repeated two to three times.
- Sagging cheeks
- Double chin
- Axle fold
- Upper arms
- Inner thigh
AT A GLANCE
30 – 45 minutes
If desired, painkilling cream before the treatment
Outpatient and after treatment approx. 15 minutes in the clinic
Usually none, possible slight swelling and bruising, redness and itching on the treated body parts. The area can always be cooled slightly at home for a short time.
starts with € 350
GOOD TO KNOW
Please refrain from sports, sauna and solarium for one week after the treatment. Avoid direct sunlight. Wearing sunscreen in the treatment area is recommended. Make-up may be reapplied on the day of treatment. Please do not massage the treated area directly after the treatment. There may be redness, swelling and itching in the treated area for up to a few days afterwards.
Lipolysis treatment should not be carried out for pregnant women and during breastfeeding. Likewise, do not use lipolysis if you are taking antibiotics from the amino-glycoside group at the same time or if you have a general intolerance to hyaluronic acid, if you have a coagulation disorder or if you have been taking ASA or Marcumar for a long time.
There should be no inflammation, eczema or herpes in the treatment area before the treatment.