Excess fat in stubborn areas can be an issue for many men and women, despite exercise and a good diet. These fatty areas sometimes just don’t want to budge, but the likes of liposuction may seem too extreme a solution. That’s when Aqualyx Fat Dissolving Injections comes to help!
An alternative to liposuction is Aqualyx Lipotherapy: a fat removal therapy which reduces stubborn fat deposits in tricky areas such as the stomach, outer and inner thighs, and the chin area. Dr. Nyla’s Medispa clinics in Cheshire, Liverpool and Harley Street London are one of the few clinics that are trained in providing Aqualyx Lipotherapy to patients.
Aqualyx Fat Dissolving Injections are a specially-formulated compound solution which is injected by a specially trained doctor into the problem area. It works by attaching to fatty deposits, breaking them down over time. The fat is then naturally dissolved and flushed out by the body. Results are effective, quick, and minimally invasive.
Aqualyx Fat Dissolving Injections can be used to treat almost all small deposits of fat, but the most popular treatment areas are on the chin, thigh, arm, and stomach.
A solution is injected into the localised deposits of tissue into areas which liquefies the fat cell and destroys it permanently. The lipids are then released which is eliminated naturally through the lymphatic system.
It's effective and minimally invasive.
Results are fast but it's recommended to have between two and five sessions to see a significant effect. Younger patients are more likely to see results after a longer period of time.
This treatment can only be performed by a qualified doctor or surgeon because it follows a strict and precise protocol which Dr Nyla is one of the few doctors within the UK has been trained in this treatment. The treatment uses specialised needles to administer the solution into the fat deposits and therefore should only be done by those who've had special training with the product.
You will be required to have a full consultation but generally this treatment is not suitable for those classed as clinically overweight or under 18 and over 60.