What is lipolysis?
Lipolysis is an effective procedure aimed at removing fat deposits through local injection of substances that break down adipocytes.
The lipolysis process is quite complex. When lipolytic enzymes are injected into the tissue, triglycerides in the fat tissue are broken down into fatty acids and glycerol, which are then used by tissues as a source of energy through esterification or oxidation.
As a result, excessive local fat tissue can be removed from particularly stubborn areas, such as saddlebags, double chin, or abdomen. Active ingredients used in lipolysis usually include phosphatidylcholine, deoxycholic acid, and other substances accelerating lipase reactions.
- local excessive fat tissue on the back, abdomen, buttocks, thighs, double chin, back of arms
- compact and edematous cellulite
- local body contouring
- pregnancy and breastfeeding
- allergy to the ingredients of the product, e.g. soy
- acute infection
- scarring-prone skin
- treatment with anticoagulants
- thyroid diseases
- autoimmune diseases
- acute skin inflammation
- liver diseases and lipid metabolism disorders
- severe obesity
- blood coagulation disorder