Aqualyx Fat Dissolving Injections
AQUALYX contains desoxycholan-acid, a secondary bile acid. With the assistance of bacteria, our body is able to produce this acid itself in the liver in order to aid the digestion of fat. The fat-dissolving effect of this acid was utilised by Prof. Pasquale Motolese, the inventor of AQUALYXTM, who developed a synthetically manufactured variant.
The active substance locks on to the fat cell walls and starts to operate, resulting in the cell wall becoming unstable and releasing the fatty acid that is stored within. Cell residue is removed by the body’s defences and the non-attached fatty acids are metabolised and converted into energy.
Which areas of the body can be treated with a Aqualyx?
- Used for the dissolution of fat depots, AQUALYXTM can be
- administered all over the entire body. For Example:
- Double chin
- prejowl sulcus
- upper arms
- saddle bags
- augmented fat depots located on buttocks, chest and the inner thighs
- AQUALYXTM is also a possible treatment of pseudo-gynecomastia and buffalo humps.
How many treatments are required?
The amount of treatments varies according to the desired degree of amendment, the dimensions of the fat depot and the individual reactions of the fat tissue. On average you will have to expect around 3 to 5 appointments, with 3-week intervals, until you can actually perceive the results. A treatment with AQUALYXTM does not result in weight loss. Healthy nutrition as well as an exercise regimen are an absolute necessity to ensure success of the treatment.
Results may vary based on each patient’s physical health, diet and exercise, and adherence to the course of treatments. Any treatment results described in testimonials or photos are not typical for every individual. No treatments will be given unless a clinical need exists based on a consultation, examination and current medical history. All information contained within this site is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health problem, nor is it intended to replace the advice of a qualified practitioner. No action should be taken solely on the contents of this website. Always consult your GP or qualified health professional on any matters regarding your health or on any opinions expressed within this website. The information within this website is believed to be accurate at the time of publication.