If you have some stubborn fat on your body or face that just won’t budge no matter what you do, then these injections could be something that you need to consider. The injections liquefy the fat and permanently destroy them before being removed through the lymphatic system.
How Does It Work?
The fat dissolving injection will be injected into the fat deposit using a needle. This then causes the fat to liquefy and break down before they are removed through the lymphatic system. The process of removal can take time, so you could be looking at a few weeks before you are seeing the kind of results that you are looking for due to one of the ingredients in the injection taking time to work in the tissue.
Where Can It Be Injected?
The simple answer is wherever there is stubborn fat, the Deso Body fat dissolving injection can be used. Some of the most common areas that people choose to have treated are back fat, double chin, thighs, stomach, and bottom, but this is not an extensive list. If the area that you want to be treated is on your face, then you are going to need a different injection to the one for your body.
What To Do Before
Before you have this treatment, you need to make sure that you are fully informed about the procedure, so you know exactly what you expect. You can go through all of this with the practitioner as well as ask them any questions that you might have.
Make sure that you aren’t taking any kind of anti-inflammatory such as Ibuprofen for at least five days before you have your treatment. You also want to try and avoid alcohol for a couple of days before your treatment to reduce the risk of any bleeding. Make sure that you have disclosed any and all medication and other relevant medical information that your practitioner may need to know.
There are some cases where you might not be eligible for this treatment, so do check this out with the practitioner before you book your treatment.
What To Do After
Try not to complete any kind of high intensity or vigorous exercise for around four weeks after your treatment and do not apply any kind of cosmetic to the area for at least 24 hours. Your practitioner will go through all of this information with you, but you do want to avoid any kind of extreme hot or cold temperatures.
Are There Side Effects?
As with all treatments, some people experience side effects after having this treatment, so here are some of the more common ones that you can look out for:
- Pain lasting a few weeks
- Allergic reaction
- Nodules but these usually sort themselves out
- Results that are not as expected, such as loose skin or stubborn fat.