Lipolysis is an effective local slimming, regional fat melting method. Phosphatidyl choline derived from soy is used in practice. While it was used in very small amounts in mesotherapy cocktails in the form of different compounds (compounds prepared with lineloic and oleic acid), lipotherapy is also applied in pure and large amounts.
In addition to some tissue stimulating and blood flow enhancing agents, the added auxiliary agents vary depending on whether the tissue is hard or soft, saggy or fit. When the appropriate patient is selected, it is a very effective treatment method as it gets results close to liposuction.
Phosphatidyl choline has been used in very high doses for about 10 years as a cholesterol lowering, helping to control blood pressure, and intravenously for similar purposes in stroke patients. For this reason, it is an active ingredient with proven efficacy and reliability and approved by the FDA. It is a phosphoglyceride found in most cell membranes of developed organisms.
As it shows its effect by increasing the fluidity and permeability of the fat cell membrane, it facilitates the exit of the ipidic compound out of the cell. As a result, it brings the fat cell to normal sizes and even destroys the fat cell.
For what purposes is lipolysis used?
Lipotherapy is used for deformities due to fat, cellulite treatment, gynecomastia, removal of lipomas and fat around the eyes, under-eye bags. It has been effective in eliminating custody fats, which are known as cholesterol deposits, for about five years. It can also be applied in the treatment of deformities that may occur after the removal of fat surgically. It is especially effective
in eliminating the orange peel appearance caused by cellulite. It is also used in the treatment of back fat deposits in men.
In which regions is lipolysis effective?
Lipolysis can also reduce the fat under the chin, the fat under the chin or the bags under the eyes. Liposuction is also very effective in the armpit area, which is difficult to do. It can also be applied on arms, abdomen, waist, hips, hips and legs. As long as a balanced diet is applied and supported by exercise, the results are long-lasting.
How many sessions should be applied for lipolysis?
How many sessions the lipolysis will be successful depends on the weight, age and the amount of fat in the body. Generally, at least two to four sessions should be applied to problem areas. 80 percent of the patients notice the change in their body after the second session. After each session, the body resets the naturally dissolved fat waste on its own. In very frequent applications, total fat loss may result. It is possible to exceed the effect you want to achieve in high dose applications. The application is made at intervals of 4-6 weeks by observing the effect.
It was observed that the effect started to be seen after the third week, gradually peaked and continued after 6 weeks. It is possible to see the main effect after the second session. After this period, patients can observe that the thinning is also noticeable from the environment. Although the number of sessions is planned as 4-8, it is the amount of medication used and the size of the target fat mass that determines this. The dose to be applied in one session is determined.
Is there any discomfort after the sessions?
There may be mild bruising in that area. There may be itching, some burning and redness, especially immediately after the medicine is injected. But these can disappear spontaneously within a few days. Otherwise, you should consult a doctor.
Who is not suitable for this?
• Patients under the age of 18,
• Pregnant or breastfeeding women,
• Cancer patients,
• Patients with liver or kidney disorders, patients with an existing infection,
• Those with drug allergies.
How does lipolysis work?
This method of treatment can eliminate regional fat deposits in the body without causing loosening of the skin. Because it increases fat burning naturally. Expected cosmetic results take place between 4-8 sessions.