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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Lipolysis?

Lipolysis is a non-surgical, injectable solution used for localized fat reduction. It contains a compound called deoxycholic acid, which emulsifies and breaks down fat cells. Lipolysis is commonly employed to contour areas of the body that may have stubborn fat deposits.

How does Lipolysis work?

Lipolysis works by disrupting the cell membrane of fat cells, causing them to rupture. The released fatty acids are then metabolized and eliminated by the body's natural processes. This leads to a reduction in localized fat deposits, helping to reshape and contour specific areas.

What areas of the body can be treated with Lipolysis?

Lipolysis is suitable for treating areas with stubborn fat pockets, such as the chin, jowls, abdomen, thighs, and flanks. It is often chosen for body sculpting in regions where diet and exercise may have limited impact.

Is Lipolysis a weight loss treatment?

No, Lipolysis is not intended for overall weight loss. It is designed for targeted fat reduction and body contouring. Individuals considering Lipolysis should be at or near their ideal weight and use it as a complementary treatment to address specific problem areas.

Is Lipolysis a painful procedure?

Lipolysis injections may cause some discomfort, such as a stinging or burning sensation, but it is generally well-tolerated. We often use topical anesthetics or cold packs to minimize any potential discomfort during the procedure.

How long do the results of Lipolysis last?

Results can vary, but many clients experience long-lasting results. Once the treated fat cells are eliminated, they do not typically return. However, maintaining a healthy lifestyle through proper diet and exercise can contribute to sustaining the benefits of Lipolysis treatments over time.