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Lipolytic Mesotherapy

Obtaining a slim figure without cellulite and excess weight is a challenge for most people. A sedentary lifestyle, improper diet and metabolic disorders lead to the formation of fat deposits and the notorious “orange peel”, making it difficult for people to achieve their ideal physical bodies. Modern pharmacology offers lipolytics, substances that can hydrolyze fatty deposits. We introduce our lipolytic injection that uses the most-known effective fat-burning lipid called phosphatidylcholine.

Phosphatidylcholines (PPC) are a class of phospholipids that incorporate choline as a head group. They are a major component of biological membranes and can be easily obtained from a variety of readily available sources, such as egg yolk or soybeans, from which they are mechanically or chemically extracted using hexane.

Phosphatidylcholine (PPC) is a cell membrane component that is prepared solubilized, injectable formulation. Prior to its experimental use in treating lipomas (benign fat deposits), PPC preparations had been used for cosmetic reductions of local fat deposits and had been studied for prevention and treatment of various metabolic abnormalities, including hypercholesterolemia and plaque build-up in vessels.

The use of injected phosphatidylcholine, otherwise known as injection lipolysis, claiming the procedure can break down fat cells, and thus serve as an alternative to liposuction. The procedure is very simple and effective with a little discomfort due to needle use, but is totally tolerable.  to the highest purity of raw materials.

Before beginning the procedure, the cosmetologist should perform an initial consultation with the patient to learn about their medical history, determine the problem areas and take the initial measurements, in addition to estimating how many injections per session and how many treatment sessions are needed to achieve the desired results. The procedure should take place under sterile conditions, which eliminates the risk of infection. It is then injected with the thinnest single-use needle into the subcutaneous fat of the areas requiring correction. The process is no more painful than any other injection and, to make it as comfortable as possible, an anaesthetic cream is used in most cases.