Fat Dissolving Injections
Fat Dissolving Injections are a safe, effective treatment that reduces fat cells in the treated area. It produces long-lasting results, which means you can banish those annoyingly wobbly bits.
Deso is a fat dissolving injection that helps treat localised, stubborn pockets of fat on the face and body that just won’t shift with diet and exercise.
There are two types of fat-dissolving injection treatments, Desoface and Desobody. Both types of treatment are known as lipolytic injections and work by liquifying the fat so that the body can break it down naturally using the lymphatic system. The procedure does not change the level of cholesterol or triglycerides in the bloodstream.
By separating the products into a face or body concentration, there are much fewer side effects than other brands on the market.
This treatment requires skill with the administration to obtain the best results. The injections may only be administered by a trained professional.
- Under the chin and jowls
- Thighs and Saddle Bags
- Bingo wings
- Top of the back
A cannula is used to reduce the risk of bruising and the product is mixed with lidocaine anaesthetic to reduce discomfort during the procedure.
15 minutes after the treatment a patient may feel an itching sensation from the treated area along with redness and discomfort. These usually calm down after 2 hours but there can be some sensitivity if the area is pressed for the next few weeks.
Depending upon the area treated and the amount of fat involved, several sessions may be required to achieve the desired result.
We will review the treatment progress after 1 month but the full affect of the treatment usually peaks around 2 months following the procedure.
Do not try to complete any high intensity or vigorous exercise for 4 weeks after the treatment.
Do not apply cosmetics to the treated are for 24 hours after treatment.
Not suitable for
- Patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding
- Patients with untreated hormone disorders (eg. Thyroid, Renal issues)
- Patients with an allergy to the substances required for the procedure
- Patients with severe Auto Immune Disease
- Patients with active infection
- Patients with Body Dismorphic Disorder