Aqualyx Treatment – Fat Dissolving Injections

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Close-up photo of man before and after double chin fat correction procedure

WHAT IS AQUALYX?

Aqualyx is a non-surgical solution that can help minimize and remove stubborn pockets of fat. If you exercise regularly and maintain a healthy diet but still have some areas of fat that won’t go away, Aqualyx may be a good option for you.

This technique, known as Aqualysis or Aquaplasty, involves injecting the solution into localized fat deposits. Aqualyx treatment consists of phosphatidylcholine – a natural substance which, when given in higher doses, can cause the destruction of fat cells.

WHAT AREAS OF THE BODY CAN BE TREATED?

Aqualyx can be used on various areas of the body in order to dissolve any unwanted fat deposits. These areas include:

  • Upper limbs – around the triceps
  • Folds on the back (below the ribs)
  • Belly
  • Loins
  • Breeches
  • Outer buttocks region
  • The inner side of thighs
  • The inner side of knee
  • Double chin / Jaw contouring

Aqualyx can also be used for the following:

  • -To help those who go to the gym regularly but can’t seem to get rid of the last bit of fat to define their six-pack.
  • -For people with lipomas, Aqualyx can be injected into them.
  • -For people with a buffalo hump, Aqualyx can be used to reduce its size.
  • -People who have uneven lumps of fat after other treatments, such as Vaser or liposuction, can have smoothness restored with Aqualyx.
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HOW MANY TREATMENTS ARE REQUIRED?

HOW MANY HOW MANY TREATMENTS ARE REQUIRED?

The time taken for a treatment session will depend upon the size of the area being The time taken for a treatment session will depend upon the size of the area being treated and the indication being treated. Treatment can take between 30 – 60 minutes per treatment and you will typically require 2 – 8 treatments, 4 weeks apart. Some people may see significant results after 1 or 2 sessions. Treatment for pockets of fat underneath the neck and chin, for example, may require 1 – 3 treatments of 2 – 3 injections, while treatment for fat pockets on the hips and thighs may require 8 treatments.

WHICH CLIENTS ARE MOST SUITABLE FOR AQUALYX?

We are looking for clients who are close to their ideal body weight but have isolated areas of stubborn fat deposition. These can be genetically predetermined and can prove very difficult to get rid of in other ways. The ideal client must be able to pinch at least 1.5cm of fat for an area to be suitable for treatment. Clients who have lost considerable weight often have loose skin rather than significant fat deposits. If we feel this is the case for you then we will suggest Aqualyx is not appropriate for you.

WHAT IS INVOLVED IN AN AQUALYX TREATMENT?

WHAT IS INVOLVED IN AN AQUALYX TREATMENT?

WHAT IS INVOLVED IN AN AQUALYX TREATMENT?

Initially, we’ll have a consultation to discuss the areas you’d like to focus on and to get a better understanding of your medical history. This will involve weighing you, examining you, and taking some photographs to document your starting point.

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After that, we’ll mark the areas where we will be performing the treatment and ask you to look in the mirror to confirm that this is the area that bothers you. You will then be positioned on the couch in a way that gives us best access to the area being treated.

HOW IS THE TREATMENT DONE?

Two injection spots are required for each area being treated. The treatment will be repeated between two and eight times depending on the nTwo injection spots are required for each area being treated. The treatment will be repeated between two and eight times depending on the number of small pockets of fat tissue to be reduced. The injections are repeated every three to four weeks.

Patients report good tolerance of the treatment and an anaesthetic solution is normally added prior to injection for greater comfort. After each treatment, patients can expect some swelling, redness and skin irritation and tenderness in the area treated, which will subside after four to six days.

DOES AQUALYX HURT?

Aqualyx is a solution that is mixed with a small amount of lignocaine, which is a local anaesthetic drug, to make the treatment more comfortable for the patient. The needle used for this procedure is very fine and most people have described the treatment as being a little uncomfortable but not painful. If you are concerned about the treatment, you can take Paracetamol tablets an hour before the scheduled appointment. Number of small pockets of fat tissue to be reduced. The injections are repeated every three to four weeks.

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Patients report good tolerance of the treatment and an anaesthetic solution is normally added prior to injection for greater comfort. After each treatment, patients can expect some swelling, redness and skin irritation and tenderness in the area treated, which will subside after four to six days.HOW IS THE TREATMENT DONE?