FAT DISSOLVING
Treatments

Stubborn fat can be difficult to remove, even with exercise and a healthy diet in some people. Whilst fat dissolving treatments are effective, they are designed to be used alongside am exercise regime, not as an alternative.

Working hard at becoming healthy and getting into shape but not being able to shift that last part of fat, this is where we can help.


What areas can be treated?

The following areas can be treated;

  • Localised fat deposits from the body contour
  • Abdominal folds
  • Chin
  • Upper Arms
  • Thighs
  • Buttocks
  • Knees
  • Waist

It can also be used to get rid of lipomas and in liposuction treatments.

How does it work?

We use a mesotherapy technique to inject vitamins, enzymes and hormones that dissolves fat, rejuvenates and tightens the skin. If you have stretch marks or cellulite as a result of the excess skin, we can also use micro-needling to improve the appearance.

Do I need to avoid anything before and after treatment?

Although a safe procedure, there are certain activities you should avoid afterwards.

  • Excessive heat such as hot tubs or saunas
  • Avoid massages for 48 hours
  • Keep treated areas out of direct sunlight for about 2 weeks
  • After 48 hours, baths and showers are recommended to assist with the healing process.

Summary of Treatment

*results can be different in each individual


Procedure Time - The Aesthetics Room
Procedure Time

30 minutes estimated

Back To Work - The Aesthetics Room
Back To Work

Immediate estimated

Anaesthetic - The Aesthetics Room
Anaesthetic

No anaesthetic necessary

Full Recovery - The Aesthetics Room
Full Recovery

24 hours estimated

Sensitivity Period - The Aesthetics Room
Sensitivity Period

1 hour estimated

Duration of Results - The Aesthetics Room
How often is the treatment

2-3 weeks apart*

Risks & Complications - The Aesthetics Room
Risks & Complications

redness, stinging, and burning within 15 minutes to 2 hours after treatment, and later, swelling and bruising, which peaks between 6-72 hours